Here's how to enable and use Spock Vulcan salute emoji in iOS 8.3 on iPhone, iPad and Mac OS X. Complete details can be found here.
Want to quickly and easily type the Apple logo icon or symbol on your iPhone or iPad using the default iOS keyboard? Here’s a quick guide on how you can do just that, right after the jump.
Want to mark unread iPhone and iPad Messages as read in one go and in an easy way? Here's how you can do just that!
Whenever Apple drops a new iOS version, there's always a complaint, and this time around, the battery life is apparently affected. But a common theme with iOS 8 has been the performance level on older, less able devices, and below, you can check out a comparison of iOS 8.2 versus its predecessor running on the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5. For an interesting angle, there's also a quick look at iOS 8.2 up against iOS 7.1.2.
Apple's mobile software is always evolving, with hundreds of changes and improvements being applied to each numbered update. Back in 2013, iOS 7 caused a bit of a stir upon launch due to its heavily-revised aesthetics, and the lack of skeuomorphism left many long-time users feeling as though the rug had been pulled from beneath them. Accompanying the all-new look, Apple also introduced a series of animations and effects, many of which also managed to rub some users up the wrong way, and as a new comparison clip with iOS 8 and iOS 3 shows, the fanciful animated elements may have somewhat hindered the responsiveness of the platform in many key areas.
Yesterday, Apple unleashed iOS 8.3 beta 2 to developers, and with it, we got further insight into plans to expand the range of emoji. One thing that most software updates seek improve is speed and general performance on the older supported devices, which, in this case, would be the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5. With this in mind, tests have been carried out on both handsets pitting the new beta against the latest public release that is iOS 8.1.3 download, and it does seem like iOS 8.3 will offer a generous improvement, particularly to those rocking older Apple mobile devices.
We love the Instant Hotspot feature, and if you have a Mac or iPad that needs to share an iPhone’s Internet connection, then it can be a lifesaver. We really do think being able to share one connection across multiple devices with zero configuration is brilliant.
Here are some super useful iOS keyboard tips to type much faster on your iPhone. For complete illustration and demo, check out the full post right here.
Stability across different versions of mobile operating systems is never easy, not at least because developers are usually trying to cram as many new headline-grabbing features in as possible. At some point it's almost inevitable that bugs are going to sneak through.