Apple has released a bunch of videos highlighting the new App Store in iOS 11. All the videos showcase the new Today section of the App Store which Apple updates on a daily basis with new apps and games recommendations.
One of the issues readers have been reporting is that disabling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth from Control Center in iOS 11 doesn’t seem to disable them completely, they are required to disable it from the Settings app to disable them completely which they found quite annoying.
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The Apple TV 4K, Apple’s brand new set-top box, is scheduled to launch this Friday, September 22. Ahead of that, Apple is priming iTunes to start showcasing 4K HDR content.
Security is one of the most important aspects to our devices, as well as our cloud storage accounts, and unfortunately some Mac owners are running into nefarious individuals trying to hold their computers, and accounts, for ransom.
One of the better features for the Apple Watch is Night Stand mode, which allows for the display to showcase the time and work as an alarm clock while being charged.
It has been 24 hours since Apple officially released iOS 11 to the public, and, according to new data from an analytics company, the adoption rate is slower than last year’s iOS 10.
Snapchat has had the ability to notify users when their snaps are screen captured, and even though iOS 11 features more sophisticated capturing methods, like built-in screen recording, Snap isn’t dropping that particular notification.
Auto Brightness used to be a fixture of the Display & Brightness section in iOS 10. Whenever the auto brightness would behave erratically, you’d go in, turn it off, and take matters in your own hand. Because of the Control Center slider, brightness has always been quite easy to adjust. In iOS 11, Apple has moved this feature to the Accessibility section.