Today we are going to see how to identify apps draining iPhone battery life in iOS 12.
Face ID is Apple’s primary focus for biometric security these days, leaving Touch ID in the past and trudging forward wit the face unlock feature.
Up until recently, if you wanted to use Apple CarPlay and a navigation app, you had to use Apple Maps. But Apple finally changed that with the launch of iOS 12.
We have some great news for jailbreakers. Security researchers at Alibaba’s Pandora Labs have been able to jailbreak iOS 12 public release.
Less than 24 hours after releasing iOS 12 to the public, Apple has released the first beta of iOS 12.1 to developers and advanced beta testers. Alongside iOS 12.1, the company has also seeded the first beta of watchOS 5.1 and tvOS 12.1 to developers.
The first batch of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max reviews are out, and just like every year, Apple is being praised for its latest iPhones. Compared to the iPhone X, the iPhone XS (and XS Max) offer an even improved display, better battery life, improved performance, and an even more impressive camera.
Every time Apple releases a new version of iOS, it ends up killing at least a couple of apps and services. Apple keeps a keen eye on the market. What the other players are doing and what’s popular on its own App Store. Some of the new features in the new version of the OS end up being similar to competitor’s offering. Sometimes, Apple just rips off whole independent apps from the App Store.
Along with the first batch of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max reviews, the first batch of the unboxing videos of both handsets is now also live on YouTube.
The first batch of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max reviews are out before the devices hit the retail store later this week. As usual, Apple has managed to set a new benchmark with its latest iPhones in many departments, though the devices do fall short in many aspects as well.