The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced major improvements that are coming to Bluetooth in 2016, and you can expect to see them making their way to future Apple devices like the iPhone 7 — and some existing ones as well. Not only is Bluetooth going to get faster, but it will also boast better range, and become more intelligent for smart devices.
One of Apple’s biggest marketing bullet points of recent years has been security, especially towards its mobile products running iOS. But in the United Kingdom, some big changes could make Apple change its tune.
It’s that time of the year when you have to set the clocks back by an hour as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end in the U.S. At 2 a.m. local time on Sunday, November 1st, daylight saving time (DST) will end.
Good Vibrations is not only a great song, yes both the Marky Mark and Beach Boys versions, but also a commonly used feature on iOS devices. Vibrations are used for emergency alerts, alarms, and ringtones. But if there comes a time when you want to take a break from your phone vibrating constantly, you now have the option to disable all vibrations, all the time.
Apple is preparing to launch iOS 9, possibly along with new iPhone hardware in the fall. With the debut of a new operating system and new phones, many smartphone owners, especially those on competing platforms, may be considering a switch to iOS and Apple’s hardware. One compelling reason to shift to the iPhone is Apple’s software update policy that pushes out new versions of iOS to a wide range of new and older devices at the same time.
Google has updated its official Search app for iOS to enable always-on “Ok Google,” and to make other welcome improvements. Users can now perform searches using their voice without having to tap the microphone button.