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Here are all the iPads compatible with Slide Over, Split View, and Picture-in-Picture in iOS 9

Here are all the iPads compatible with Slide Over, Split View, and Picture-in-Picture in iOS 9

We've done massive previews of iPad Multitasking in iOS 9 but if you want to make double-dagnabit sure whether or not Slide Over, Split View, and Picture-in-Picture can work on your iPad, here's the complete list! Slide Over and Split View multitasking for iPad in iOS 9: Explained Picture-in-...
Slide Over and Split View multitasking for iPad in iOS 9: Explained

Slide Over and Split View multitasking for iPad in iOS 9: Explained

iOS 9 takes multitasking from the background and puts it right up front on the iPad. Apple calls it Multitasking for iPad. The iPad, of course, has always multitasked at the system level, and over the years has gained background tasks and refresh and other forms of third-party multitasking as...
Apple adds 20 new locations to Maps Flyover

Apple adds 20 new locations to Maps Flyover

The Flyover feature in Apple Maps has gained support for 20 more cities, adding to a pool of cities that Apple has been gradually expanding over previous months. The new additions include cities in France, Mexico, and Italy, among others: Aarhus, Denmark Bobbio, Italy Budapest, Hungary Cádiz,...
im gonna quit my job to go make apps!

Comic: App-Colored Glasses

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: App-Colored Glasses Read more comics from The Pixel Project.
iOS 9 Public Beta 2 now available for testers

iOS 9 Public Beta 3 now available for testers

Apple has released iOS 9 Public Beta 3 to members of its Beta Software Program. Members of the program can download Beta 3 over-the-air onto a device with the previous beta installed. iOS 9 is the first major release of Apple's mobile operating system to have a public beta. Anyone interested...
iOS 9 beta 5 heads out to developers

iOS 9 beta 5 heads out to developers

Apple has released iOS 9 beta 5 to developers. Interested developers can grab the beta either from Apple's iOS Developer Resource Center, or over the air on a device running the the previous beta, released just about two weeks ago. iOS 9 will arrive for all users later this year, and bring...
How to instantly share files with AirDrop for iPhone or iPad

How to instantly share files with AirDrop for iPhone or iPad

AirDrop lets you quickly and easily transfer files between iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Using Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy to broadcast, discover, and negotiate connections, and point-to-point Wi-Fi to transfer information AirDrop is fast, power-efficient, and secure. When you're using it between...
ugh! i can't believe apple banned me from reviewing apps! only because youre on the ios 9 beta.

Comic: Hey Now, You're a One-Star

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Hey Now, You're a One-Star Read more comics from The Pixel Project.
Apple Pay to the rescue!

Apple Pay to the rescue!

Last week, I received an all-too-familiar call: One of our credit cards had been used to make a fraudulent transaction. Card fraud is a huge problem that generates billions of dollars of losses every year. It affects businesses, banks and consumers alike. It's never convenient to get this call...
Having issues with Bluetooth connectivity in iOS 8? Try these steps to fix it!

iPhone or iPad not connecting to Bluetooth? Here's how to fix!

If your iPhone won't connect to Bluetooth car systems or accessories, here are some fixes you can try! Whether it's your brand new iPhone 6 or iPad Air or your trusty old iPhone 4s or iPad 2, there's a lot you can do to troubleshoot before going to Apple or the manufacturer. Sure, sometimes...
How to erase all of your personal data off an iPad or iPhone

How to wipe all personal data and erase your iPhone and iPad

Whether you want to re-install your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad as new or you want to sell or give it away to someone else entirely, you first need to make sure you've wiped it clean and erased all of your personal data, including your photos, messages, and files. It only takes a few steps, and...
How to close up to three apps at one time with multitasking in iOS 7

How to force quit apps on your iPhone or iPad

Multitasking on iOS now provides full on background processing for every app — and intelligently so! Most of the time you never have to even think about task management on an iPhone or iPad. But what happens when something goes wrong and you decide you want to kill an app and its processes? Easy...
How to turn off Find My iPhone and Activation Lock

How to turn off Find My iPhone and Activation Lock

With Find my iPhone you can keep track of all your Apple devices and even remotely wipe them if they ever get lost or stolen. If you ever need to restore your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch in iTunes, however, you'll need to disable Find my iPhone (or iPad) first. That's because Find my iPhone (or...
iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 heads out to developers

iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 heads out to developers

Apple has released the second beta of iOS 8.4.1 to developers. It can be found at Apple's iOS Developer Resource Center, or as an over-the-air download on devices with the previous beta installed. Not much is known about the changes in iOS 8.4.1, though it seems likely that it will fix bugs...
Regarding built-in iOS apps being split out into the App Store

Regarding built-in iOS apps being split out into the App Store

Would there really be any benefit to moving built-in app updates to the App store? The idea of Apple unbundling the built-in apps so they can be split out and updated at any time via the App Store is an old one. There are some merits to the idea but also some drawbacks. In theory, it would allow...
On trackpad mode in iOS 9 and the iPhone

On trackpad mode in iOS 9 and the iPhone

One of the new iOS 9 features Apple announced for the iPad was "trackpad mode". Place two fingers down on the QuickType keyboard and it transformed into a trackpad allowing for highly accurate cursor placement and better control for text editing. It would be terrific to have the same feature on...
iOS 9 bublic beta 2 now available for download

iOS 9 Public Beta 2 now available for download

Apple has released the second public beta version of iOS 9 to members of its Beta Software Program. This release comes hot on the heels of the latest developer beta. Testers with the previous version of the public beta installed on their device can download the new update over-the-air. iOS 9...
Home Sharing for music is back in the latest iOS 9 beta

Home Sharing for music is back in the latest iOS 9 beta

Apple removed Home Sharing for music in iOS 8.4, which was likely a result of licensing deals with record labels following the launch of Apple Music. Eddy Cue confirmed earlier this month that the feature would be coming in iOS 9, and the latest beta version — launched yesterday for develoers —...
This is Tim: Apple's CEO on iPhones, iPods, Apple Music, and Apple Watch

This is Tim: Apple's CEO on iPhones, iPods, Apple Music, and Apple Watch

Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the phones today to talk with analysts about Apple's third-quarter results for 2015, along with Apple Watch, iPhone, China, and more. Follow along below with our live-updating transcript of his remarks. Tim's opening remarks Thanks, Nancy. Good afternoon, everyone,...
Apple launches new iOS 9 betas for developers and testers

Fourth iOS 9 beta now available for developers

The fourth beta of iOS 9 is now available to developers. It can be downloaded from Apple's iOS Developer Resource Center, or as an over-the-air update on a device running the previous beta version. iOS 9 will arrive for all users later this year, and bring with it a number of experience...

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