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Add iOS storage but a Apple storage tax

The CR8800 is a small Lightning connected microSD label reader that works with a PhotoFlash iOS app, i-FlashDrive ONE. The app enables we to send files between a microSD label and your iPhone or iPad. PhotoFast gave me one to try out. Here’s what we found. Hardware The label reader is about half a distance of an normal USB ride ... Read More »

iOS 9.3’s best underline (and how to get it on Windows, Mac, Android, and Linux)

For remoteness and security, change these iOS 9 settings immediately Before we do anything on your new iPhone or iPad, we should close it down. Here are a critical tweaks we need to strengthen your privacy. Read More I’ve had a open beta of iOS 9.3 installed on my iDevices given Apple done it accessible final week, and there’s one ... Read More »

Microsoft launches News Pro for iOS, applicable news for work

I typically strike adult Apple News, Flipboard, and Yahoo! News on my inclination in sequence to see what is going on in a world. Microsoft Garage only expelled a news use app, powered by Bing News, called News Pro with a tagline of “hyper-relevant news for your work.” Microsoft News supposing a initial information on a release with some-more sum ... Read More »

Top iOS news of a week: Apple Watch bests all others, Google paid Apple a lot of money, smaller iPhone 6 coming

Report: Apple Watch has some-more than half of Smartwatch sales Industry researcher Juniper Research settled that a Apple Watch has over 52 percent of smartwatch sales in a initial year of availability. The news goes on to state that watches with obtuse capably don’t do good in a market. Source: Apple World Today IOS refurbish speeds adult comparison iPhones A ... Read More »

10 tips and tricks to make Siri work better

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An Apple a day?: HealthKit and a destiny of medical data

Ben Foster: “The technology’s there, it’s now about formulating a particular box studies and examples to enthuse people to take it on some-more as partial of a operative practice.” Image: iStock Just days after Apple released a health-and-fitness platform HealthKit in 2014, medical program association EMIS suggested it had, in effect, done 50 percent of a UK’s medical annals concordant ... Read More »

Microsoft’s iOS overpass to Windows 10 is relocating forward

Microsoft is removing closer to opening a overpass to iOS developers to assistance them rise versions of their apps to Windows 10. Microsoft officials are remaining silent about a standing of a “Astoria” overpass for bringing Android apps to Windows 10. (Word is skeleton for that overpass might have been scuttled.) But it looks like it’s full steam forward with ... Read More »

Apple releases iOS 9.3 beta 1 to public: Night Shift, multi-user mode for iPad

see also These iPad Pro keyboard shortcuts assistance overcome a miss of mouse/trackpad support Instead of reaching out to hold a iPad Pro arrangement dozens of times a day, I’m anticipating that a energetic keyboard shortcuts severely recompense for no rodent or trackpad support in iOS. Read More Those that wish a slicing corner demeanour during Apple’s latest iOS module ... Read More »

Apple’s iOS 9.3 adds a approach to lane mobile information use by Wi-Fi Assist

Some iPhone and iPad users found that their mobile information use jumped after installing final year’s iOS 9 upgrade. The reason might be, during slightest partially, due to a Wi-Fi Assist underline that Apple added: iPhones using iOS 9 will seamlessly switch to mobile information in areas with a bad Wi-Fi signal. Apple is confronting a category movement lawsuit over ... Read More »

Three months with a Apple Watch convinces me it’s a best Apple product I’ve ever purchased

One month with a Apple Watch: Pain, joy, and daily experiences The Apple Watch Sport book has been strapped on my wrist for a month and for a many partial it has exceeded all of my expectations. It’s even improved now that we assured we was wearing it wrong. Read More Yesterday ZDNet’s Kevin Tofel wrote that 97 percent of ... Read More »

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