With the new iPhone 5 and iOS 6 being released, one of my favorite features is a simple. It is the Do Not Disturb feature. When you turn this feature on, your phone will not ring if someone calls you. Now if you are like my mother and think, what if someone has an emergency, . . . → Read More: iPhone Do Not Disturb with iOS 6
To absolutely no one’s surprise, Apple is working on future iPad and iPhone hardware. That’s what’s been found by TUAW at least in the iOS 5 firmware. Specifically, they found mentions to two future iPad 3 models and two future iPhone 5 models. As with Apple usual naming scheme, they are named “iPad3,1″ and “iPad3,2″ [...] . . . → Read More: Hints of Future iPad and iPhone Hardware Found in iOS 5
I’m not sure if iOS 5 will even run on my 3GS yet, but I’ve noticed that the actual Camera.app can take a while to launch, even on an iPhone 4. However, with iOS 5, that down time before you get a picture taken (and edited/tweeted) should be decreased drastically. Apple seems to have really [...] . . . → Read More: Fantastic Camera-centric Changes in iOS 5
The always insightful Neven Mrgan of Panic Inc. has pointed out another flaw in iOS I hadn’t noticed before. First the set up. Let’s say you have a lot of folders with a lot of apps in them, on several different home screens. How do you remember where you put something, let alone where to [...] . . . → Read More: Neven Mrgan: What Folder is that App In?
John Gruber of Daring Fireball fame has written up a piece to try and clear some of the confusion revolving around speed differences noticed by users who save their web apps on the homescreen in iOS 4.3. Specifically, web apps saved to the homescreen are seeing decreased performance when compared to the same web apps [...] . . . → Read More: John Gruber Clears Up the Confusion Regarding Web Apps Saved to iOS 4.3 Homescreen