iOS 8 isn’t quite the ground-up overhaul iOS 7 was, but it still packs in plenty of new goodies to play with. Some of the additions aren’t obvious at first glance, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to compile this exhaustive list of 50 tips and tricks (plus we threw in an extra bonus tip for good measure). Check ’em out and you’ll become an expert in no time.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus pack in new innovations that make the camera experience better and more fun. What I love most about these innovations is they focus on enabling iPhone users to better capture and share life rather than just beefing up tech specs. The Apple team clearly understands their user base very well and incessantly strives to create devices that solve technical challenges and simplify experiences and theyve done that yet again with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Photographers are really going to enjoy this upgrade… with way better low light, a massive viewfinder and new tools like timelapse that work flawlessly I really couldnt ask for much more out of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus camera.
Hopefully you’ve been keeping track of our iOS 8 feature articles, which provide tips on how to make the most of Apple’s latest version of its mobile operating system. iOS 8 will be available on Wednesday, September 17, so it’s a good time to start learning about the features of the new OS. In this post, I’m taking a look at iOS 8 Mail and some new swipe gestures that make organization of your emails a lot easier.
Here are a few of the standout iOS 8 features that will come to both old and new iPhones later this week.
Apple’s iPhone is designed to be efficient, the minimal operating system mostly getting out of your way and providing fast access to content.
However, various settings and shortcuts can speed things up even further, resulting in a more usable and streamlined iPhone experience.
When you first set up your Mac, the only security measure that’s enforced is that you add a password to your user account. The Setup Assistant makes no mention of extra measures you might want to enable, even though several are built into OS X. The features we’re about to look at are defenses against local attacks, rather than protection against online attacks. The measures are particularly important if you work in an open environment, such as a library, an office, or a café, and if your Mac is stolen, because they help to keep your data under lock and key.
The list below is from over two decades of observations in first, second and third person. Before publishing I asked over 50 Fortune 1000 CIOs and CTOs to review and comment; their feedback is included.
At the core of everything below is going against the grain and the herd, and embracing counter intuition. Whether you embrace counter intuition systematically, or selectively, most of the items below are suggesting in their cognitive DNA counter-intuitive thinking.
Apples iPhone is designed to be efficient, the minimal operating system mostly getting out of your way and providing fast access to content.However, various settings and shortcuts can speed things up even further, resulting in a more usable and streamlined iPhone experience.
Five settings every privacy-conscious iPhone owner should change | TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since 2004
The iPhone is a useful tool to manage your work and play, but it isn’t perfect when it comes to privacy. There are a handful of settings that privacy-conscious owners should change if they want to keep their data as safe as possible from prying eyes.
Numerics: A customizable business dashboard app for iOS | TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since 2004
I’ve been playing with this lately and confirm it seems to work pretty well (although I have only used Google Analytics so far.