One of the areas of focus for Apple this year with the iPhone 13 lineup is the cameras. ProRes video, for instance, is one area where Apple hopes to improve overall video capturing with the new iPhone lineup. Cinematic mode is all about focus, too, quite literally. And now Apple's own Clips app supports both.
If you plan on installing iOS 15 when it releases publicly, you may want to temporarily turn off the new iCloud Private Relay feature because it's currently in beta and Apple says that people using it may experience various website issues.
Welcome back to another episode of our Apps of the Week roundup. This week we have some great picks for you, including a meme video maker, a powerful habit-tracker, and helpful flashcard app. And as always, we've selected a great new game for you to check out.
After spending hours in the App Store looking for and trying out a multitude of multiplications apps for iPhone and iPad, I came to a daunting conclusion: there is nothing out there I would want my fourth-grade daughter to learn and practice her times tables with.
So I decided I would make my own app!
While Apple champions all sorts of things, including individual privacy, user security, being a positive element for the environment, and no software backdoors which could give government agencies too much access. The reality is, if it wants to work in certain markets, then it must abide by local laws, regulations, and even demands. Which can lead to some noteworthy changes.
As capable of an internet communications device as the iPhone is, it seems like Apple doesn’t give users all that many options for Wi-Fi connectivity and network management.
Like most things Apple, the company instead took a user-friendly approach to reduce the number of interactions a user makes with configuration. This makes complicated things more approachable by the masses, but it can be annoying if you’re a power user that demands more capabilities.
While there are many developers out there happy with Apple's App Store (even with the rules and fees), there are some who have taken exception to Apple's shenanigans. Especially as it relates to apps being "Sherlocked" by the company. One app developer is still upset with Apple, and plans to take things to the next level because of it.
Welcome to another edition of our Apps of the Week roundup. This week we have a visual menu translator, a sports app for super fans and an app for improving your reading skills. And as always, we've selected a great new game for you to check out.
Apple Music is welcoming online mixes, having recently grown its library of DJ mixes hosted on the platform. It also rolled out two new end-user features to help people navigate DJ mixes.
You can now use Microsoft Teams on Apple's CarPlay system as well as take advantage of a bunch of new hybrid remote work improvements, the Windows maker has announced.
HBO Max is coming to six European markets on October 26 sans Germany and the UK, with the list of HBO Max countries expanding in 2022 to accommodate an additional 14 new nations.
You'll soon be able to remove a Twitter follower without blocking them. Don't worry, the removed follower won't be notified that they've no longer on your list of followers.