iOS 12 is designed to make your iPhone and iPad experience even faster, more responsive and more delightful. Most of the work is focused on reliability and stability, but that doesn’t mean that iOS 12 has nothing interesting to offer in terms of new features and changes.
Apple’s new developer-only app does not replace the iTunes Connect website or app, but app makers are going to love it. It can be used to access the latest sales trends, get notified when a user posts an App Store review and respond to any customer reviews conveniently from their iPhone or iPad.
iOS 11 is now running on 81% of active iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, up from 76% in April, making it the fastest-adopted operating system out there, ever. Meanwhile, Google’s Oreo installations comprise less than six percent of active Android smartphones and tablets.
AirPlay 2 support is fully here, courtesy of the latest Apple OS updates. This brings stereo playback to your HomePod as well as multi-room playback in its official form. Let us show how to use HomePod stereo pairing and multi-device support with AirPlay 2 on iOS 11.4.
If you’re running low on your iOS device’s precious storage space, you’re definitely advised to offload unused apps and major storage hogs. With offloading, only the app itself gets removed—any settings and documents you’ve created within it are retained on the device. Here’s how to manually offload iPhone and iPad apps in iOS 11 and up.
Linea Sketch 2.1 treats you to new ways of creating the perfect color scheme for your drawings. Additionally, this excellent iPad drawing app has picked up new color sets—pastels, art deco, flesh tones, app design and more—plus responsive web design templates.