In case you were busy this week and didn’t get a chance to check Cydia, don’t worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out.
The Notes app in iOS 11 has a new hidden feature – the ability to scan documents and directly add them to a note. While it’s not as feature rich as third party apps, it has the basics covered – automatic scanning and border detection, multiple scans, grayscale mode and more.
You can easily batch convert images from one format to another on your Mac. If you convert a lot of images often, Automator can help make that easier and faster to accomplish.
Last week, it was reported that Apple had removed hundreds of thousands of apps from the App Store due to a new rule against spam and clone apps. Now, another report details that in China’s App Store alone, Apple has removed over 58,000 apps in the last couple of weeks.
Most bluetooth earbuds aren’t truly wireless. The Bragi Dash Truly Wireless Smart Earphones finally help you cut all the cords, plus they’ll keep track of your activity while you wear them. Get these unique wireless earbuds on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
With iOS 11, Apple is finally acknowledging that people use screenshots for marking up and sharing what whatever is on their screen. There’s a new set of tools in iOS 11 called Instant Markup that lets you quickly markup screenshots and PDF and makes it easy to share screenshots.
The iPhone 8 may have a design that’s reminiscent of Samsung’s Galaxy S8, at least on the front, or it may manage to remove even more of the bezels than Samsung did earlier this year with its own flagship.
There’s no bad time to start learning to code. It’s a skill that can be applied to any number of fields and may help advance your career. Get up to speed with the Coding Powerhouse eBook Bundle, on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
Apple’s Supply Chain Analysis Reveals 3D-Sensing Capabilities for Augmented Reality Coming to iPhone 8
A detailed analysis of Apple’s supply chain for the upcoming iPhone X launch later this year has revealed the names of the companies that will be supplying various components to Apple for the next iPhone. This includes Broadcom, Lumentum, Finisar, and Viavi Solution.