Accessibility is important to Apple as a whole, the aim being to get more people to use technology, and the ability to use devices and apps despite any impairments.
The massively popular Pokémon GO from Niantic Labs, the Pokémon Company, and Nintendo has seen a gradual rollout across the globe.
Pokémon Go is literally taking over the world. Twitter, Facebook, the news, the real world around you – it’s everywhere. But you might be wondering what the fuss (and the game) is all about. We’re here to help you out. Below you’ll find answers to all your questions, written by someone who doesn’t have a two-decade long emotional attachment with the franchise and who only started playing Pokémon Go this week (my first Pokémon game).
iCloud and Gmail backups have made sure that you never lose a contact ever again, even if you lose your phone. But freak accidents that ruin your contact book might still happen. Bugs might fill your contact book with duplicates for example. If that’s happened with you or if you’ve ended up with a pile of duplicate contacts sheerly through negligence, here are some apps that will help you out.
Apple wants to make it easier than ever to donate organs by allowing fans to register as donors via their iPhone. With a new software update, users will be able to sign up through the Health app that is pre-installed on every device.
I know you use Facebook when there’s nothing else to do and you just consume what it throws at you. I’m not throwing shade, that’s what Facebook does, helps you when you’re bored.
Procreate Pocket, the powerful image editing app for iPhone, is now available for free for a limited time through the Apple Store app. The app includes all the tools you need to create stunning images on the go, and it’s usually priced at $2.99.
Uber is taking credit for a drop in drunk driving in the U.S. and says it is working hard to make its drivers even safer. The company points to stats for Atlanta, which show DUI arrests have fallen 32 percent since Uber use has risen there.
When I stop to think about it, it’s amazing just how much of my work life depends on my iPhone. From messaging in Slack to researching in Safari to organizing bookmarks in Pinner to replying to emails in Mail to jotting down article outlines in Notes to well, everything, really. So much of what I’d need a Mac for is done on my iPhone.