After months of rumors and speculations, I’ve finally managed to get my hands on the iPhone 6 Plus.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus officially went on sale not too long ago in some parts of the world, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been long enough to already see the devices put through some stress tests.
In mid-July, we outlined a new app from Tapity, the developer that won Apple’s Design Award not too long ago. It’s called Hours, and it’s a way for users to stay focused with a way to keep track of the time spent on whatever task they might have. Now, with an update to support iOS 8, the functionality has improved.
While the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may have an 8-megapixel camera inside of them, much like the 8MP camera in the iPhone 5s, there is no denying that Apple seems incessant about constantly improving their smartphone’s camera. That is certainly the case with the iPhone 6 lineup, and it was put to the test by a professional photographer in Iceland to see what kind of improvements have been made.
While many different apps were updated on Wednesday, September 18 to follow in sync with the public release of iOS 8, some companies waited, like Twitter. The company has officially updated their social networking app, though, to take advantage of some iOS 8 features, and put a bigger focus on profiles.