iOS 9 will reportedly support Force Touch in the ‘iPhone 6S’, changes coming to iMessage, keyboard and Apple Pay
The next iPhone, which is already being called the “iPhone 6S,” will herald the launch of not only new hardware, but also the public launch of the next iteration of iOS, believed to be iOS 9. It could also mean the introduction of Force Touch on the iPhone, too.
With how easy it is to access content just about anywhere, we wind up viewing things on the small screen of our phones on a regular basis. But you can blow that image up to the size it should be with the AirServer Mirroring Receiver. Get it on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
IllLookLater: Jailbreak tweak prevents apps from waking your iPhone’s screen when you receive notifications
Sometimes, it gets quite annoying when your iPhone’s screen wakes up every time you receive a notification. If you’d still like to get notified of new notifications while preventing your iPhone screen from waking up, you should check out a new jailbreak tweak known as IllLookLater.
Jony Ive’s new role as Chief Design Officer at Apple gives him the opportunity to oversee a broader range of design projects, which, in theory, means he’ll play a bigger part in shaping the image of Apple and its products. But some believe the position isn’t all that it seems.
I’ve gone back and forth between wanting a MacBook Pro and wanting a MacBook Air. The similarities between the 13-inch in both models are pretty great, and even if the Air is positioned as the ultraportable of the two, the MacBook Pro is still plenty portable in its own right. But I’ve always ended up with the MacBook Air more often than not. A few brief stints here and there with the Pro, but, just like right now, the Air is where I usually end up.