It took way longer than expected to overcome such an innate limitation, but now you can finally ask “Hey Siri, turn the flashlight on” or “turn the flashlight off” and it’ll do trick, but (pro tip alert) “Hey Siri, wave the flashlight like you just don’t care” certainly won’t.
There are a ton of battery packs out there, and we just showed you a couple of very stout options from Anker last month, but for those who need even more juice, Aukey has a versatile 30,000 mAh battery pack with handy unique features.
Because I was personally impressed with the build quality and features this battery pack had to offer, I’m excited to show you everything it can do.
If you’re rocking a jailbroken iOS device and have been in the market for a widget that can do a ton of things from a single interface, then Talus is a new jailbreak tweak release that could be worth taking a look at.
We’ll show you what Talus is all about in this piece so you can decide whether or not to add it to your tweak arsenal.
Apple originally introduced Control Center in iOS 7, which was their way of answering both the competition on multiple Android platforms and the jailbreak community in one fell swoop.
With iOS 10, which Apple announced at the WWDC 2016 Keynote this week, Apple has shown off some obvious changes to Control Center, including a modular paged navigation design and different color tones and styles.
Of course, aesthetic wasn’t the only change. Apple also made the flashlight toggle button from Control Center a whole lot more useful as well.