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iOS 11’s photo and camera improvements detailed in video

Apple to bring major new features to the Camera app. Even though Apple announced the next update of iOS this month, the operating system is still in an early beta stage. However, the company rolled out an early preview to developers who can start playing with the new features and enhance their apps. Fortunately, there are some videos revealing more of the upcoming new features iOS 11. One of the areas with significant improvements is the Camera (and the photo app). Thanks to a video from MacRumors, we can have a look at the most interesting camera & photo enhancements[…]

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iPhone 8 production reportedly began, new renders leaked

The production of components for the three new iPhones has begun. It’s certain that Apple will release three new models in Fall 2017. Two of the iPhones will include LCD display panels, measuring at 4.7 and 5.5 inches across the diagonals, while the top-end iPhone will have OLED and a 5.8-inch display. This information has been confirmed by various sources, so we can consider the 2017 lineup as almost official. But some new reports reveal more interesting details about iPhone 2017. For example, a report at DigiTimes talks about 4.7 and 5.5-inch devices with improved glass chassis and aluminum frames,[…]

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iOS 11 officially announced with many new features and improvements

Powerful new features coming to iPhone and iPad. Apple announced during its developer conference the new version of iOS – version 11. Apple claims that this is the biggest software release ever for iPad and iPhones, and there is some truth in these words. IOS 11 delivers many new features, especially to iPads, such as improved multitasking and the ability to snap apps to display them. Apple Pencil has been deeply integrated into iOS11 with support for inline drawing and instant Notes accessible from the Lock Screen. Apple finally created a ‘Files app’ for iOS, allowing users to access their[…]

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Apple finally removes 32-bit apps in iOS 11

Old 32-bit apps won’t work in iOS 11 or later. Apple has been pretty generous to all those Developers refusing to update their apps with support for 64-bit processors. But after a grace period of two years, the legacy apps won’t be able to work on iOS 11 or newer. Apple included a warning window in iOS 10.1 to inform the users that old apps can make their devices slower. But in the newly release iOS beta, the company is informing the users that these 32-bit apps won’t be supported in future versions of iOS – in this case, version[…]

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