Pokemon Go Will Now Support Apple's Expanded Reality Tech
- Author: Arturo Norris Jun 09, 2017,
Jun 09, 2017, 16:49
#5 Apple didn't mention this Monday but I found a screen-record feature. The app will allow you to see all your files in one place, no matter whether they're stored locally or in cloud storage services.
It's also a bit odd that Apple - so high on the value of apps - wouldn't recognize the importance of using them together as they are used on the Mac.
You can swipe from anywhere to access your Dock which you can now customize with your own favorite apps. Live photos can be edited to set a different still photo, and now you also get an Instagram Boomerang like ability to loop and yo-yo the live photos.
Soon, though, like the netbooks that it once marginalized, iPad sales started to drop as the devices that it was originally positioned between began to squeeze it.
Siri has always been better at intelligent answers than you, accept it! You cannot only turn a live photo into a video loop but also make your photos bounce back and forth.
iOS has now joined Android in offering a built-in one-handed mode for the default keyboard: It means if you've only got one hand free to tap out a message, then the keys become a bit easier to hit, especially if you're using one of the larger iPhones models.
Apple's new Files app is going to be incredibly useful. But these features are not available on iPhone for the most part, and I actually turn off multitasking features on the iPad mini because I just use this device for content consumption (reading, videos, and so on).
Apple says it does not want its customers using its products while driving and so has introduced a "Do Not Disturb While Driving" mode that will be activated when the phone senses the user is in a vehicle. The tabs included will be Today, Apps, Games, Updates and Search.
Again, apps are prone to go haywire on pre-release software and there's a good chance one or more of your applications are causing the performance issues on your phone. The 6th-generation iPod touch is also supported.
iOS 11 packed with all these and many other features will come this fall. For example, person to person Apple Pay payments will require Apple Pay supporting devices on both ends.
This seems to relate to new support for NFC-based addition of accessories to HomeKit, which you can now pair by placing your iPhone near the NFC label.