Just before WWDC 2016, I bought the 9.7 inch iPad Pro hoping to see iPad specific features in iOS 10. And we all know how that turned out. Since iOS 9, we haven’t seen any new major iPad-specific features. In the same time span, we got two iPad Pros. iPad is long overdue for some iOS productivity love.
iOS 11: Everything You Need to Know!
We are just days away from Apple’s keynote to kick off this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference. This is always a busy time, and it’s only become more jam packed with different talking points as Apple has rolled out new platforms. Apple has a lot to talk about, and since the company has to not only sway new customers into the fold, but also convince Apple fans to stay in the family, there is usually a ton of new features to go over, too.
Apple will be unveiling iOS 11 next month at WWDC 2017 that is expected to come with many new features and enhancements. Like most years, most of these enhancements will be focused towards the iPhone and probably less on the iPad.
One of my favorite apps in the original iPhone was the Maps app powered by Google Maps. But those were the days when Apple and Google got along well, and Eric Schmidt, Google’s Chairman, was even on Apple’s Board.
From time to time, willingly or unwillingly, I engage in iOS vs Android debates. They’re quite fun and while I always have legit arguments, there are some points where I just concede (as any sensible person would). Notification Center is one of those things.
iOS 11 May Make FaceTime Audio Default for iPhone Users; May Feature Intelligent, Automatic Low Power Mode
A reddit user has provided some interesting details about the iOS 11 features that have been rumored previously.
Re/code reports that Apple has recently held discussions with its partners from the payment industry to introduce its own peer-to-peer mobile payment system. The service will likely be called “Apple Cash” and Apple is expected to announce the service later this year.
A new report from Bloomberg details Apple’s video ambitions for Apple Music. The company wants to make Apple Music more than just a music streaming service and Iovine is at the helm of things.
I love iOS for its stability and the quality of apps that it offers. Apple has only made things better with every release of the OS every year. However, right since iOS 7, I have wished for Apple to add one seemingly small but important feature to the OS: the ability to change wallpapers automatically.