Apple has released a new build of iOS operating system for it mobile devices. iOS 9.0.2 is a minor update that focuses on introducing some much needed bug fixes and performance enhancements to Apple’s latest operating system including:
Fixes an issue with the setting to turn on or off app mobile data usage
Resolves an issue the prevented iMessage activation for some users
Resolves an issue where an iCloud backup could be interrupted after starting a manual backup
Fixes an issue where the screen could incorrectly rotate when receiving notifications
Improves the stability of Podcast
iOS 9.0.2 is available for iPhone 4s and later, iPad Touch (5th Generation) and later and iPad 2 and later.
Unveiled at last week’s Apple Event, iOS9 has been released for iPhone and iPad.
Amongst the new apps and improvements are:
A new app that brings articles and stories from various sources into one app. Stories are picked based what users are interested in and learns from how it is used in order to improve the individual selection
This app has been improved to allow To Do lists to be created as well as add photos, maps and web links. The Share button in other apps, such as Safari and Maps can be used to create new notes as well as update existing ones. Users can also add hand drawn sketches directly into Notes
Using the iCloud, Notes can be synchronised across all devices
On the 9th of Sept 2015 at 6pm UTC, Apple is gearing up to hold an event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, where it will presumably unveil its new flagship iPhone.
As well as the iPhone, Apple is expected to potentially launch more products than any event before and with particular focus on the Apple TV and the iPad Pro. Almost every mobile device that it makes will see an upgrade and MacBooks should get their software shown off too.
Apple’s invitation reads, “Hey Siri, give us a hint,” hinting that its virtual voice-activated assistant will play a big role in what we’re going to see on stage.
iOS8 has many features to improve the end user experience on iPhone. However they do come at a cost to the handset’s battery life. Users may not need some of these features, therefore below is a list of some tweaks that can be applied to the handset: Continue reading →
As reported here last week, Apple had its Keynote address on Monday night, as part of the annual Developer Conference, WWDC. Please find below details of the main highlights of the address.
Software upgrade for iPhones and iPads: iOS9
Siri will have a new feature, Proactive that will learn user’s habits and tailor the handset’s reactions. For example, if a user plugs in their headphones at a particular time of day and listens to a particular type of music, Proactive will open up the music app and suggest that music. It will also give suggestions as to who unknown callers may be, when an incoming call comes in, by checking emails for numbers that are not in the address book. Continue reading →
Apple has announced that its annual Developer Conference, WWDC, will take place in San Francisco between 8th of June and the 12th of June. The Keynote address will be on Monday 8th June at 5pm GMT.
Last year Apple revealed iOS8 for iPhone and iPad as well as its new Operating System, Yosemite.
Alongside the keynote, Apple has confirmed the topics for discussion will include design, app frameworks, SDK services, location and motion, graphics and games, media and core OS, plus tools and performance.
Forbes has this week published their list of the world’s largest public companies, known as the Forbes Global 2000. Covering 61 countries and scoring by combining a score of revenues, profits, assets and market value, it announced that Apple is the biggest tech company in the world.
As of 6th April, Apple’s sales came in at $200 billion with a net profit of $45 billion and assets of $260 billion. This compares to Samsung with $195 billion in sales, $22 billion in profits and $210 billion in assets. With a market capital of $740 billion, Apple has also been recognized as the world’s most valuable company. Continue reading →
BlackBerry have launched a cloud based enterprise mobility management (EMM); BES12 Cloud, and have invited potential users to a live webcast on 9th April.
BES12 Cloud offers all the core functions of the on premise version of BES12, but with greater ease and simplicity to manage and deploy, all without the need to pay out and maintain onsite equipment. It offers clients more flexibility and choice in managing and securing their mobile solution while supporting a broad range of device policies, all via the browser. As per the BES12 onsite solution, BES12 Cloud offers management of iOS, Android, Windows Phone and of course BlackBerry devices. Continue reading →