Apple released iOS 10 beta 3 for developers on Monday, but we all know that there are plenty of non-developers out there who are using the software. In fact, you don’t even need a developer account anymore to gain access to Apple’s iOS 10 developer betas — here’s how to install iOS 10 beta 3 on your iPhone or iPad without a developer account. Sure there’s a public beta out there, but that’ll never suffice for Apple fans who want the latest and greatest iOS features as soon as humanly possible.
And speaking of latest and greatest iOS features, let’s take a look at the best new features Apple added in iOS 10 beta 3. More →
Good news for Android fans: the US Army Special Forces, all elite units like Delta Force and Army Rangers, currently use a system powered by Samsung handsets for battlefield applications.
Bad news for Android fans: those handsets have been crashing so much that Special Forces Command is switching to iPhones instead.
Apple seeded the third iOS 10 beta to developers on Monday, which means anyone with official or unofficial access to a developer account can try out Apple’s latest iOS 10 beta release. If you don’t have a developer account but are eager to see iOS 10 in action, there are a couple of ways for getting it, and the following video tells you everything there is to it.
iOS 10 might be stealing all the headlines, but if you’re a mere mortal you’re probably still running iOS 9.3.3. There’s no fancy new features or redesigned apps here, but there is something actually useful: bug fixes and performance improvements.
Updating any iOS device already running iOS 9 is painless: open the Settings app, go to General, Software Update, and you should see an option to download and install the latest version of iOS.
Welcome to the start of another week, which means it’s also the start of another round of our series on paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. We’ve got some great ones for you today including more games than usual, so get ready to have some fun in the sun… unless you’re in the New York area like us, in which case you should stay inside out of the heat. You can still play these fun games inside though, of course. More →
Although there’s already one free app that has single-handedly taken over the world, we weren’t going to let the week end without offering up another list of apps on sale for free. Some productivity, some entertainment and even a free keyboard await you below. And if that’s not enough, some of yesterday’s apps are still free to download, but you need to act fast.
The iPhone 6s was unveiled with a whole lot of fanfare, but as it turns out, consumers didn’t flock to the device as readily as some analysts anticipated. Part of the problem is that the iPhone 6s didn’t include any new features that really resonated with consumers. Sure, the iPhone 6s introduced us to 3D Touch — an admittedly cool technology — but that didn’t excite consumers as much as Apple may have been expecting.
As revolutionary as the original iPhone was, it’s easy to forget that the device featured a 2 megapixel sensor that took less than stellar photos. Even for its time, the camera on Apple’s first iPhone was nothing to write home about. But as the years progressed, Apple began earmarking more and more engineering resources towards improving the camera quality on its iconic smartphone.
Today, the camera on each successive iPhone model is typically best-in-class at the time of its release. And underscoring Apple’s commitment towards improving mobile photography, Apple last year revealed that it has more than 800 engineers who work on iPhone camera-related technologies.
Remember when the internet went crazy over that dress? Well, this is basically that again, only this time, the simple question isn’t “what color is this dress.” It’s “where the hell is the iPhone on this carpet?”
Your eyes aren’t deceiving you: there is actually an iPhone on this floor, hiding amongst the carpet. But it will take a depressingly long time for you to spot it, if the non-scientific sample of our editorial team is anything to go by.
Hoo nelly do we have a great list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free today. We’ve got awesome games, a bunch of well reviewed apps and even one of our favorite calendar apps of all time. Seriously, you’ve got to check it out. There are also a few remaining freebies in yesterday’s post if you want to head back there and check them out. More →
Pokemon Go launched in Germany earlier this week, marking its official debut in Europe. Just as expected, Niantic and Nintendo are marching forward with their launch schedule for the region, with the UK being the next European market where Pokemon can be hunted. Here’s what you need to know about the UK launch. More →
You might think you’re so addicted to playing Pokemon Go because you loved Pokemon growing up, but that’s not the only reason. It appears there’s a scientific explanation for why the app has become such a monster hit in a just a few days following its official launch. More →