Whether you’re an uber busy person or you just like the sounds of Siri’s soothing tones, we have a tip today that you’ll like. If you don’t want to break from what you’re doing to check out every single notification noise on your iPhone, then did you know how to make it read out notifications? It’s not quite Siri, but it is using Siri’s voice bank. Read on to find out, how to configure your device, and things to watch out for.
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When Apple introduced FaceTime over cellular feature in iOS 6 last September, AT&T only allowed customers with a Mobile Share plan to use the feature.
Apple’s foray into the retail market was a genius move, one that’s paid off brilliantly for the company over the past few years. A new analysis by Horace Dediu reveals another metric of this success — Apple earned $57.6 in revenue for every person who visited an Apple Store in the U.S. during the last quarter.
According to AppleInsider, the Japanese website Macotakara claims to have inside information that Apple is currently testing 1.5 inch OLED screens for a product that’ll likely end up being their first wearable. The report says Apple originally wanted to go with a 1.8 inch display, but that during testing they found it to be a bit on the big side.
Few days back, a hacked carrier update enabled Release 9 DC-HSPA+ on the T-Mobile iPhone 5, which improved download speeds for some users.
Apple did something really weird last year, they launched two full sized iPads. Now granted, anyone who has ever played with a third generation iPad will tell you that it just wasn’t as smooth as the second gen model. That was due to the poor Apple chip inside struggling to cope with the new screen resolution. In that respect, then yes, the fourth generation iPad makes a lot of sense. Now that we’re approaching the second half of the year though, it’s time to talk about the newer, better, brighter, lighter fifth gen iPad.