Apple yesterday seeded the third beta of OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan to developers. As it turns out, the beta contains references to a new Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2.
Getting the perfect selfie is very important to some people. And your selfie opportunities shouldn’t be constrained by poor lighting. So that’s where the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus bring in the front-facing flash. Basically, the phone’s screen acts as a the flash for the front-facing camera. This “flash” adds just enough extra lighting to really improve the quality of selfies and other front camera photos when they are in poor light. But what about folks that don’t own the newest generation of iPhones? Well, fear not, you can enjoy “selfie flash” on your older device as well.
Apple has devised a new method of bringing inductive charging to the iPhone without installing additional hardware. The technology makes use of existing electrical coils already baked into components like speakers, microphones, and haptic engines.
The iPhone 6s takes incredibly photos, but it still has a long way to go before it can compete with a professional camera for still images. When it comes to video, however, it has no problem beating a $3,000 DSLR, according to professional photographer Lee Morris.
Dating back to July, many Microsoft Office users running Apple’s OS X El Capitan have been noticing major issueswith compatibility. Office 2011 users were also susceptible to issues.