Here’s why iMessage won’t come to Android

Apple was discussing to launch iMessage on Android  Apple was internally investigating to develop an Android version of its messaging app back in 2013, but the idea was dismissed. Here is why.   New evidence from the EpicGames-Apple case was found by the Verge. According to the publication, Apple’s SVP of Internet Software & Services, Eddy Cue, wanted a full compatibility between iOS and Android in terms of messaging. He wrote to Craig Federighi:   “We really need to bring iMessage to Android. I have had a couple[…]

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iOS 14.6 Beta 1 available for developers with new features

You can now easily exit the beta program  Coming to developers as an OTA update, iOS 14.6 offers some new software features for testing in beta phase 1. A new note in Settings -> General -> Software update will inform you when a new release is available for download.   Apple is also making easier for you to switch between beta and official releases via the developer profile. Prior iOS 14.6, you would need to remove your beta profile and exit the beta program to get[…]

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iOS 15 to improve the multitasking performance on iPad

Apple is adding special features to iOS 15 for iPad tablets  Hidden from public eyes in Cupertino, Apple is currently working on polishing the user experience, but also on overhauling the operating system in some areas, and making it more suitable for multitasking on iPad. According to Bloomberg, iOS 15 will finally pick-up some new ‘Pro’ features to catch up with the hardware. The gap is especially wide when talking about the iPad Pro line – so heavily promoted with its productivity.   iPad Pro with[…]

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iOS 14 now powering more than 90% of the active devices

Less than 7 months after launch, more than 90% of the users have switched to the latest version of the operating system, according to data by Mixpanel. Apple released the iOS 14 update to eligible devices in September 2020, and the adoption rate was pretty good from the start. The company reported back in February that 80% of the users were on the new version, surpassing the numbers for the same period a year ago with iOS13.   Currently, 90.43% are on the latest official version, according[…]

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Apple releases new iOS update for 14 and 12 version

Apple has seeded new iOS updates to devices on the iOS 14 and iOS12 versions. The update is available over the air, via the Settings app. You need to go to General and then press on Software update. Updates are available as follows:   iOS 14.4.2 is the latest version for iPhone 6s or newer, iPad Pro, Air 2 or later, iPad 5 and iPod Touch 7 gen. iOS 12.5.2 is the new update available for older devices like the iPhone 6 Plus or 5s, iPad[…]

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How to create your own iOS app

You may think that creating your own iOS application is a complicated and lengthy process. But the reality is you do not need to learn a programming language to create your mobile application yourself. Some time ago, the coding way was the only option, but nowadays, a mainstream application creator software is much more visual and intuitive than it was ever before. You can still choose to hire a team of mobile developers, but it may appear a much more expensive way than you think.[…]

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iOS 13 brings Dark Mode among other new features

Apple made the iOS 13 update official at the WWDC 2019. Cupertino-based company officially introduced its upcoming update for iOS. Dubbed iOS 13, the update will bring many new features and changes to iPhones, among them the highly-anticipated Dark Mode across both the system menu and the apps. Users would finally be able to change the appearance of the system from the traditional white to dark, which is found to be more pleasant for the eyes. People familiar with other operating systems, namely Windows Mobile[…]

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Apple holding a special event on March 25

What to expect during the first press-conference for 2019 In its first big event scheduled for Monday, March 25, Apple is expected to talk more about new services rather than hardware. However, we expect many exciting announcements during the presentation. Here’s what to be expected: TV Streaming The company has been rumored to be working on a TV streaming service that would allow subscribers to watch on demand TV shows and movies on the fly. This new service would be provided via the current TV[…]

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Fourth Beta of iOS 12.2 now available for testing

Apple releases the new iOS beta for public testers and developers. The company has just unleashed the 4th beta of the iOS 12.2 update, available for all inpatient users who want to test the latest improvements, new features and fixes ahead of everyone. iOS 12.2 Beta IV can be installed as an OTA update or through the Developer Center on your device. As a follow up to the previous betas, this update doesn’t add anything visible in terms of features, but it probably brings some[…]

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iOS 12.2 enters Beta 2 public testing period

Apple rolls out the second beta of iOS 12.2. The company has just unleashed the update to everyone in the iOS’s beta program after it became available for developers a day earlier. Beta testers can now install iOS 12.2 Beta II as an OTA update on their devices. This update brings nothing but performance improvements and fixes over Beta 1. However, iOS 12.2 as a major update of iOS 12 brings some visible new features for everyone. This release introduces Apple News app for Canadian[…]

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