With developers and enthusiasts already busy exploring every hidden crevice of iOS 11, Greg Barbosa of 9to5Mac recently chose to put Apple's bold photo storage claims to the test. Apple is reported to be working with Energous to provide the device with wireless charging abilities. When comparing two photos - one taken normally and the other taken with Apple's newly adopted format - Barbosa found that the the former checked in at 2MB while the latter weighed in at a much lighter 1.2MB. This fixes the long-standing problem of having to delete the same messages on each device you own.
As of now, the new iOS 11 running on iPads doesn't solve the issue with device-sharing. But because Android phones come from several manufacturers - and there are unsavory third-party sites that offer malware-loaded apps - Android users might want to be ultrasafe and consider an anti-malware app. Of course this works across your Apple devices via iCloud too. Not across the board, but at the high end. Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team?
In the few months since its introduction, adoption of Apple's review prompt API has been slow.More news: Trump offers 'support' to May after polls setback
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The iMac still looks the same but inherits improved technology across the board, with faster processors, more RAM, better graphics, and faster SSDs. The volume display is now sleek bar that no longer interrupts videos. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit here.
According to the updated App Store Review guidelines as originally spotted by 9to5Mac, developers are now being forced to use Apple's in-house API built to display pop-up reminders for users to review certain applications.More news: Trump accuses Comey of lying, offers to talk to Special Counsel
There have been ways to do this, but they are a bit problematic, and involve messing with a developer menu. It will also get a voice upgrade, sounding more human.
Apple is putting a stop to app developers from endlessly spamming their users with review requests. It's far too risky to use your phone when driving. Kaspersky has a free Safe Browser app for iOS, but it is mainly for people who don't use Apple's built-in Safari browser and has limited effectiveness.More news: Panama's feared dictator and ex-US ally Noriega dies
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