Apple announced iOS 13 yesterday, and as usual, it turned out to be a massive release of new features and improvements. We can't imagine there being an iPhone user out there who wouldn't want to get iOS 13 on their device, once it becomes available this fall.This, however, raises the question of iOS 13 device compatibility. Which iPhones and iPads are going to support iOS 13?The good news is we won't have to wait until September to know, as Apple has already announced all the supported models.iPhone 6 and 5S will not be supportedLast year's iOS 12 was a terrific release, which markedly improved system performance for a huge range of iPhones - from the brand new iPhone X, all the way to the venerable iPhone 5S. This year, however, Apple is finally dropping support for the two oldest generations: iPhone 5S and iPhone 6.Yep, those guys were starting to get a bit long in the tooth alright, with their aging A7 and A8 processors, not to mention the very limited amount of RAM they pack. I … [Read more...] about All iOS 13 supported iPhone and iPad models
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ARCore is Google's Augmented Reality (AR) platform. Not every Android phone has what it takes to be included among the devices supported by ARCore. To be on that list, Google checks a phone's camera image and motion sensor to see how well the device "moves through the real world." Google also makes sure that the handset is equipped with a CPU that is powerful enough to make the necessary calculations in real-time to make AR work smoothly.Besides going through the certification process, each Android phone on the ARCore supported devices list is required to sport three things. It must have Android 7.0 or higher installed, it must ship with the Google Play Store installed, and it must have internet access in order to receive ARCore updates disseminated by Google over the air.ARCore also supports several Apple iPhone and Apple iPad models. They must be compatible with Apple's ARKit AR platform and have iOS 11 or higher installed. Supported iPhone models include the iPhone 6s and later … [Read more...] about Is your Android or iOS phone on Google’s ARCore supported devices list?
The next major update for Apple's mobile operating system is underway and will be officially unveiled at the beginning of June. iOS 13 is expected to introduce a number of significant improvements and new features, some of which were initially planned for iOS 12, but Apple reportedly held off on introducing in order to further polish user experience.Information about dozens of new features is starting to trickle down, and though we're still in the early stages of iOS 13 rumors, we have run into enough interesting details to warrant a more extensive look. That's why we decided to take everything we know about the next big update for Apple's iPhone and iPad operating system and compile it in one place. In this article, we are going to go over the key new features that are expected to go live in iOS 13, and share our expectations about the release date and availability of the update. Let's jump right in!iOS 13 best new featuresDark Mode concept for iOS 13Dark ModeDark Mode has … [Read more...] about iOS 13 release date and best rumored new features
iOS 12 features are already popular among iPhone and iPad users, according to new data that shows high usage of Apple's fresh take on its mobile operating system. But the changes don't stop there. Apple is already testing iOS 12.1 beta. We outlined all of the major iOS 12 features below, include Grouped Notifications, Memojis, Screen Time, and better performance for older iPhones. But later this month, the iOS 12.1 release date will add new emoji and Group FaceTime and more than 70 new emoji among other perks, maybe when the iPhone XR launches on October 26.Apple has made its mobile operating system competitive in the wake of Google's Android Pie update and next week's Google Pixel 3 launch. Here's everything you need to know about iOS 12, whether you're upgrading an older iPhone (that will be faster), or getting it out of the box with iPhone XS Max.What's the difference between the latest phones showcasing iOS? Watch our handy explainer to find out:Here's what is in the iOS … [Read more...] about iOS 12: new features and the iOS 12.1 release date
Apple’s iOS 12 is already installed on over 50 percent of actively-used iOS devices (iPhones and iPads): This is why it matters:You get new apps first, and old ones get better fasterThere are real advantages to developing for mobile devices. The market is massive and massively diverse. There are viable opportunities to create niche interest solutions.Development takes time, of course: and one thing that sucks so much time and resources from small development teams is the need to test software against multiple hardware and software configurations.When building apps developers must think about how many old OS versions they will support. If they choose to support a five-year old OS, will they then define their application’s feature set by what that OS supports, or build completely different apps for each OS? Each one of these decisions has a real impact on the cost and time it takes to build the solution.That’s not the case on iOS because developers can create apps … [Read more...] about 7 reasons iOS 12 adoption matters to you