Did Apple intentionally break an important piece of software on the iPhone, forcing users who wanted to keep using it to either upgrade their operating systems or purchase new phones? 376 more words
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”A class-action lawsuit filed in California on Thursday alleges Apple schemed to force iPhone users to upgrade to iOS 7 in a bid to save money on a data services deal with Akamai, a move that rendered older hardware like iPhone 4 and 4S unusable,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider. 207 more words
Every time a new iPhone and major iOS update launch, reports surface suggesting that Apple is intentionally crippling older handsets with the brand new iOS release so that more people upgrade their old iPhones. 512 more words
With the release of iOS 7, app designers and developers will need to adjust their visual language to match the new “flat” design of iOS. In addition to the grid system, the dimensions of icons and commonly used elements, typography and iconography has been updated by Apple in many ways. 79 more words
While there are many, many new features to LOVE about Apple’s mobile device software iOS 10, I have to admit the particular addition made me want to pull my hair out. 320 more words
One of the biggest announcements from WWDC 2016 wasn’t actually announced on stage: removable default apps.
Apple failed to mention during its main keynote that it plans to unbundle apps from iOS 10. 305 more words