Category archives for: iPad Software

Apple Drops iOS 12 Beta 8 To Developers

Apple has made iOS 12 Beta 8 available to developers. Beta 8 appears after Apple pulled Beta 7, which introduced performance problems to devices earlier this week. The new beta resolves the issues that appeared in Beta 7. Apple didn’t spell out any other specific changes in this build other than bug fixes and improvements. […]

Rome: Total War Comes To The iPhone On August 23

  Historical strategy game Rome: Total War is coming to iPhone on August 23.  Previously, the title was only available on iPad. The game was originally developed by Creative Assembly for PC but has been ported to iOS by Feral Interactive. The iPhone version packs the same in-game content as PC version; while the UI tailored […]

Customer Backlash Leads To Microsoft Backpedal On Legacy Skype Support

Last month, Microsoft announced it would be shutting down the desktop version of Skype 7.0, otherwise known as classic Skype, in September and transitioning users and businesses to the redesigned Skype 8.0. Following what the company describes as “customer feedback,” classic Skype will be sticking around for “some time” to “bring all the features you’ve […]

Apple Releases iOS 12 Beta 6 To Developers

Apple is done adding features to iOS 12, san anything that might be required for new features of the upcoming iPhones and iPads, the cali firm is now focus on polishing up the product for release. This means stability is the name of the game now as they head towards ship. In order to download […]

New iOS 12 Beta Updated For Public Testers

Apple has made new betas of iOS 12 available to its developer community and public testers alike. iOS 12 developer beta 5 was released earlier this week and iOS 12 public beta 4 was released late yesterday. Apple didn’t spell out any specific changes in these builds. iOS 12 includes a number of new features, […]

New Gmail Reaches General Availability

  Google announced its new Gmail design is generally available to everyone, following an early access program that launched in April. For the moment the new Gmail is still opt-in, but that is going to change over the next few months. Google says people and G Suite customers who don’t opt in within eight weeks […]

Microsoft Announces Skype V 8.0 – Adding iPad Version

Microsoft announced a new version of its Skype messaging app, along with a warning that previous versions of the software will be disabled after Sept. 1. “As we roll out improvements, there comes a time when we must shut down older services and application versions,” wrote the Skype Team in an online post. “This is […]

Apple Adding More Emojis Later This Year

Apple today committed to adopting more than 70 new emoji. The Unicode Consortium announced Unicode 11, which includes dozens of new emoji, in February and made the final version available in June. Apple says new emoji characters will soon grace the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac. Unicode 11 brings new representation for emoji with options […]

Google Pay Gains Ticketing, Friend Payments

Google has  released a major update to the Google Pay app and service. Google Pay now supports one-time tickets with QR codes, such as airline boarding passes and concert tickets. In the app, they appear in a new “Passes” tab, along with loyalty and gift cards. The Google Pay app also now lets you send money […]

iOS 11.4.1 Aims To Prevent Hacking Via USB

Apple has released iOS 11.4.1, which improves stability and the Find My AirPods feature. It also introduces USB Restricted Mode, a feature designed to prevent a third party from attempting unauthorized access to a locked iPhone via the Lightning port and USB. When the phone has been locked for a full hour, all USB access […]

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