I’ll start with a rather obvious statement — Apple has tremendous brand value. Thousands of publications (including this one) dedicatedly write about everything the company does on a daily basis. Apple also fuels the curiosity by heavily guarding what their next product looks like.
This year is going to be an interesting one for Apple, as far as its flagship iPhone goes.
With iOS 11, Apple is acknowledging that screenshots are an integrated part of our workflow. Be it sharing a conversation on Twitter, using the Notes app screenshot as text shot, or annotating an app screen to send feedback to someone.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, probably has a pretty busy schedule on a day-to-day basis, with a lot to do, even when it looks like he’s just traveling and stopping in to local Apple retail sites across the globe.
iOS 11 is a really exciting update for the decade-old platform, especially if you’re an iPad user. But you can’t get your hands on it until the official release in Fall. But there’s a workaround. If you’re the adventurous type, you can enroll into Apple’s Public Beta and take the iOS 11 Public Beta for a spin.
The iOS 11 Beta 2 is finally here (as we’re nearing the Public Beta release). And while it doesn’t bring a lot of UI or feature changes, it does fix a lot of bugs. Running Beta 2 should be much more tolerable than Beta 1. Here’s everything that’s new in this beta.
Turns out that Apple created a near-perfect tablet with the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
It has been widely rumored that iPhone 8, iPhone X or whatever Apple ends up calling its 10th anniversary iPhone, will feature wireless charging.