Kelly Costello has joined Apple as a business affairs executive as the iPhone maker continues to build its worldwide video team amid original content push.
iOS 12 is designed to make your iPhone and iPad experience even faster, more responsive and more delightful. Most of the work is focused on reliability and stability, but that doesn’t mean that iOS 12 has nothing interesting to offer in terms of new features and changes.
You can now relive the excellent WWDC 2018 keynote talk on your own time, on any device, via YouTube.
Apple on Monday unveiled the next major software update for its iPhones and iPads: iOS 12. The update brings about a number of new features and improvements, including faster performance, group FaceTime calling with up to 32 people, tons of new stuff for AR and Animoji, and much more.
Similar to YouTube and Instagram, Netflix is testing an unobtrusive volume slider in the mobile app for iPhone and iPad. The minimal volume indicator now sits at the top of the screen and there’s also a quick new double-tap gesture for skipping forward and backward 10 seconds.
AirPlay 2 support is fully here, courtesy of the latest Apple OS updates. This brings stereo playback to your HomePod as well as multi-room playback in its official form. Let us show how to use HomePod stereo pairing and multi-device support with AirPlay 2 on iOS 11.4.
Twitter is testing a new Data Saver toggle to let mobile users reduce data usage on cellular connections. If you’re on a metered plan, this feature may prevent you from going over your monthly data cap and incurring unwanted charges.
YouTube is testing non-chronological video ordering in Subscription feeds. If they implement this change without providing an option of chronological order, they’ll anger users.
Apple is researching ways to permit owners of dual-lens iPhones to simultaneously record and display two different digital viewfinders for creating videos.
Strategy in development would permit customers to subscribe to video services directly through Apple’s TV app for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, as opposed to asking users to subscribe to them through apps individually downloaded from App Store.