The iPhone 8 is still more than a few months away from its official unveiling but there is already a lot of hype surrounding the device. One key reason behind this is that rumors point to Apple completely redesigning the iPhone 8 and adding many new features to it.
Apple has a new video making app out. It’s not a social network. It’s not a Snapchat clone. Apple’s Clips app is iMovie for the mobile generation. As long as you’re running iOS 10.3, you’ll be able to record, edit, and share square clips all from your iPhone. It can be something simple like you talking to the screen for 5 seconds. Or it can be a mishmash of your voice with some pre-recorded video, with a cool filter, animated title cards, cool stickers, and annotated text of what you’re speaking, embedded in the video. And all of that can be done on an iPhone.
Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S8+, is perhaps better than the iPhone 7 Plus in many aspects. Featuring a futuristic design with a 6.2-inch QHD+ Infinity Display, the Galaxy S8+ sure looks better than the iPhone 7 both on paper and in real life.
Remember when the Notes app was as pathetic and dull as possible? It was nothing more than a plain text editor for jotting quick thoughts or grocery lists. In recent versions of iOS, Apple started giving Notes much more attention. It has finally evolved into a full-fledged note-taking application, complete with several different tricks up its sleeve. Let’s explore some of the essential Notes tips and tricks in the way the Internet loves best: animated GIFs.
Apple has just released iOS 10.3, which will most likely be the last major point release in iOS 10. On the face of it, 10.3 might not seem like a significant update. But there are a lot of little things that add up to a much better user experience. Overall, your iPhone and iPad will be faster after the update, you’ll find some small UI changes, and some features that have been long overdue. Let’s dive in.