Want to quit apps on iPhone X? Maybe an app is misbehaving or draining your battery, or maybe you don’t want to updating or doing things in the background. If you need to quit running apps on iPhone X, you may have noticed that the traditional swipe up ... ( read original story ...)
Brands have long bemoaned the lack of discoverability in the Apple App Store. When Apple redesigned its app store in September as part of its iOS 11 update, the tech giant claimed the update would make discovering apps easier than ever. However, the app ... ( read original story ...)
A new app named Notch Remover promises to remove the black notch at the top of the display on the iPhone X . Lots of people apparently find the notch annoying and are talking about the app — but it's not worth the $0.99 you'll pay for it. I made that ... ( read original ...
I’m pining for the time the iPhone was new and apps were still cool. Can the App Store’s new daily feature rekindle the magic? Appy days … can Apple’s new feature rekindle the wonder of apps? Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian “There’s ... ( read original story ...)
See how Apple's new facial recognition system works in real life. USA TODAY In the 10 days since it has gone on sale, Apple's new $999 iPhone X has received plenty of praise for its screen, cameras and new features like Face ID facial recognition. ( read original story ...)
It seems like every new flagship phone that launches these days instantly steals the “best camera” crown until the next flagship phone comes along. Samsung’s Note 8 arguably stole the crown over the summer until the iPhone 8 Plus came along, then the ... ( read original story ...)
Ok "notch"-haters of the world, you win: Apple has approved an app to get rid of the dreaded notch on the iPhone X. Spotted by The Verge, Axiem Systems' "Notch Remover" app will transform the notch — that pesky rounded black cutout at the top of the ... ( read original story ...)
WhatsApp may be the world's most popular messaging app, but you cannot use it on the iPad or for that matter, any Android tablet for some reason. However, if a recent report is to be believed, the Facebook-owned messaging service may be working on a ... ( read original story ...)