After previewing iOS 11.3 and talking about a couple of headlining features, Apple has released the first developer beta of iOS 11.3. This third and final major point release of iOS 11 brings a lot of new and interesting features. First of all, iMessages in iCloud, the iMessage cloud syncing feature we were promised at WWDC 2017 will finally make it to our iPhone screens this spring. There are also new Animoji, better ARKit features and yes, Apple’s promised battery management feature is coming soon as well.
For a minor update, Apple has been testing iOS 11.2.5 for a long time. After seven developer betas, the update is finally live for all users. It fixes a major bug and adds new Siri functionality. Here’s everything that’s new in this update.
Ever since Apple acknowledged that it was slowing down iPhones with degraded batteries to prevent unexpected shutdowns, we have got a lot of questions from our readers.
Last month Apple confirmed that it was slowing the performance of older iPhones, which many people suspected.
Here’s the thing. If you want to exercise, be fit or lose weight, you don’t need anything more than your body, your phone, and a pair of earbuds. No expensive gym membership, no fancy equipment, no specialized gym wear, nothing of that sort. There are lots of awesome audio based workout apps for iPhone. Start a 20-30 minute workout on your iPhone, put on your AirPods and just follow the expert audio instructions while listening to customized music.
Apple jumped onto the OLED bandwagon last year, finally. And with the iPhone X’s display it managed to make the best screen on the market at the time.
CES is not just about huge televisions, washing machines, and refrigerators. While like every year they did dominate the scene, CES 2018 also saw plenty of other interesting devices being launched. More importantly, we saw a number of accessories related to MacBook and iPhones being unveiled at the event as well. Additionally, we also saw a number of HomeKit accessories being unveiled at the event as well.
The iPhone has an amazing camera. The iPhone X camera is so good that I’m leaving my DSLR behind these days. Thanks to the new dual-cameras and OIS, I’m able to get some amazing shots right from my iPhone. The App Store is filled with camera apps of all kinds. From simple to complex. I’ve tried most of them. All you really need are three apps.
Is your iPhone slow? If you’re facing performance issues with your iPhone, then here are some tips to speed up your slow iPhone.
After reading about Batterygate, you might be wondering what you can do to make sure your iPhone battery works for a longer time (which will, in turn, make sure your iPhone performance doesn’t degrade). If your iPhone battery is already degraded, you can get a replacement from Apple for as little as $29. Follow the tips below to increase the battery lifespan of your iPhone.