Google Opinion Rewards has been available on Android since quite some time. This service allows users to earn quick bucks by taking short surveys on a wide range of topics, mostly related to apps or your favorite TV shows, movies etc. Well, this service is now making its way to iOS, allowing customers to earn up to $1 per survey. Since the surveys are short, they can be taken practically anywhere and won’t take more than 30 seconds of your time in most cases. Surveys aren’t sent frequently, however, and you might have to wait days or even weeks between surveys.
Apple unveiled the latest version of iOS, iOS 11, at WWDC 2017 Keynote earlier today and it comes with a number of new features and improvements, including peer-to-peer payments in Apple Pay, redesigned Lock screen, Control Center, and Notification Center, Siri support for new languages, an all-new design for the App Store, and much more.
A new bug which causes an iPhone to freeze thereby forcing users to restart their device has been discovered in iOS. The bug affects almost all iPhones out there and is present in the latest beta of iOS 10.3.2 as well.
With Apple seeding the iOS 10.3 update last night, a handful of global carriers have enabled support for Wi-Fi Calling and VoLTE on their networks. This is a big upgrade for many carriers who were previously limited to standard cellular and VoIP calls.
The release of the iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus seems to have had a massive impact on the American smartphone market. As per a new report published by Kantar Worldpanel, iOS market share surged to 42% during the Holidays last year in the U.S., suggesting that there was a surge in the purchase of iOS smartphones.
It’s that time of the year once again when you have to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time in the U.S. At 2 a.m. local time today (March 13, 2017), daylight saving time (DST) will arrive with the promise to give you an extra hour of evening light.
Apple dropped iOS 10.3 beta 5 to developers earlier this week. The latest beta will likely be the last one before Apple gets around to releasing the final build of iOS 10.3 for all iPhones and iPads.
With the release of macOS Sierra last year, Apple debuted a new filesystem dubbed APFS (Apple File System). The new file format is meant for solid storage drives, with focus on encryption and data integrity.
Just yesterday, Apple released iOS 10.2.1 beta 4 to developers and public testers. Compared to iOS 10.2, the .1 release brings about some minor bug fixes and enhancements. But what about performance? Does 10.2.1 bring any major performance improvements to the table?