The upcoming iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 have quite a few new gestures. As the OS matures, the complexity also increases. And this is something we are seeing with iPadOS 13. Apple is now adding features to the iPadOS that are clearly meant for pro users. This means new and hidden gestures that can sometimes be a bit too confusing. Here are all the new gestures in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 that you should know about.
Lately, Mattel has been trying to add a digital touch to its toys. The company has now launched Hot Wheels Smart Track Kit, Race Portal, and Hot Wheels ID vehicles. The new range of toys will exclusively be available on Apple Store and is expected to arrive on Android later this year.
Apple is consistently adding health-related features to the Apple Watch. Dexcom is a company that offers FDA-approved blood glucose monitoring kit. In the past Dexcom has partnered with Fitbit to display glucose monitoring data on the Ionic smartwatch. Recently, the CEO of Dexcom has teased a collaboration with Apple.
A startling report details that the official LaLiga app was being used by the officials of the soccer league for spying and surveillance purposes. LaLiga is Spain’s top professional soccer league and the app is used by millions of people to follow the game, player rankings, statistics and more. The app was reportedly downloaded over 10 million times.
Foldable phones were supposed to be the future and 2019 was going to be all about them. Samsung’s Galaxy Fold wowed everyone before Huawei unveiled the Mate X and stole the Korean company’s thunder. The Galaxy Fold was on the verge of being launched before Samsung was forced to pull it back due to reliability issues with its design. And now, Huawei is doing something similar.
Apple’s position in the smartphone industry allows it to extract the best deal while negotiating with small carriers and retailers. A CNBC report highlights such cases in which Comcast and Charter as a part of their agreement with Apple to sell iPhones were also required to sell a large number of other Apple devices.
It’s 2019 and it’s time to go wireless! If you’ve been waiting to join the wireless headphones gang over price tag concerns, meet the Sinji Bluetooth Headphones. These sound solutions let you embrace the convenience of going wire-free without hurting your wallet. They’re available now for just $25.99 in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub. That’s 67% off the usual MSRP of $79.95.
Apple has finally fixed a big issue on macOS Mojave Boot Camp. The issue affected iMac and Mac Mini machines using a Fusion Drive. With the patch in place, iMac and Mac mini users can use Boot Camp on their system.
The US Patent and Trademark Office has published a patent application from Apple. The patent deals with devices, systems, and methods for the stereoscopic 360-degree rendering of a 3D object. According to the patent, the technology will help eliminate Eye Strain or Nausea while using VR headsets by creating smoother CGI scenes.