Archive for 'Mobile'
We all agree that device syncing prior to cloud services was an absolute pain. If we fast forward to 2014, we’ve come a long way:
SUMMARY:Some of the most useful features of the iOS keyboard continues to elude users. Learn how to improve your typing skills and help make you more proficient when entering text on your iPhone or iPad.
New study has surprising data on how we interact with apps | Breaking Apple News, Tips and Reviews from The Unofficial Apple Weblog
Localytics, a firm that tracks statistics about app usage, has released a study today that is of interest to users and app creators. The data tracks how people react to new apps, and tries to predict which apps will attract users and which won’t.
Here are some of the key findings:
I worked on the Genius Bar for almost two years, and the most difficult issue to solve was short battery life. It was extremely difficult to pinpoint the exact reason why someone’s battery was draining.
I made it my mission to discover the specific reasons for iOS battery drainage. This article is a product of my years of research and anecdotal evidence I gathered in the hundreds of Genius Bar appointments I took during my time as a Genius and iOS technician, as well as testing on my personal devices and the devices of my friends.
iOS 7.1 came out recently and brought with it a bevy of design tweaks and performance enhancements. However, some users are reporting poor battery life since the update, and many blogs are reporting it as fact.
This is not one of those “Turn off every useful feature of iOS” posts that grinds my gears. My goal is to deliver practical steps to truly solve your iOS battery woes.
The map was created by Mapbox, which markets beautiful mapping software. You can use it to zero in on your ZIP code and see how your neighborhood breaks down.
The latest update to Apples cloud-based service lets Windows users keep their bookmarks in sync among IE, Firefox, and Chrome.