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On Tuesday, October 6, Apple released the next version of its running beta for developers for its upcoming tvOS.
Apple has just seeded the fourth beta version of iOS 9.1 (build number: 13B136) to developers. The third beta version comes just a week after seeding the third iOS 9.1 beta.
Microsoft unveils Surface Pro 4 and its first-ever laptop, the convertible Surface Book with 13.5-inch removable touchscreen
Low Power Mode can be enabled manually at any time through the Settings app, and you get an option to enable it when you get an alert when 20 percent and 10 percent battery is remaining. Once enabled, you can either disable it manually, or your iPhone will turn it off automatically when it hits 80 percent charge.
A sketchy rumor that has originated from Japan claims Apple’s super-sized iPad Pro will go on sale during the first week of November — alongside the new Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.
Live Photos is a nice feature for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Simply put, the camera records 1.5 seconds before and after you snap a photo. The resulting image can be viewed as an animated Live Photo. Due to the image being combined with a .MOV, the file size is about twice as large as a regular photo. Twice as large means it takes up, twice the amount of space on your phone and when sending that image off. However, you can quickly convert a Live Photo into a regular photo.