In iOS 11, Live Photos aren’t just a gimmick because you can use their video to rescue otherwise lousy photos — Josh Centers shows how. Adam Engst has penned his second Bad Apple column this week, taking Apple to task for the layout of the iOS Settings app. Finally, Julio Ojeda-Zapata returns with a look at 13 Qi wireless chargers for your iPhone 8 or iPhone X. Notable software releases this week include Bookends 13.0.6, Fantastical 2.4.6, Parallels Desktop 13.3, Keyboard Maestro 8.1.1, 1Password 6.8.7, and Airfoil 5.7.
“Take Control of iOS 11” author Josh Centers shares a quick Live Photos tip that can rescue blurry photos of hyperactive subjects like kids and dogs.
Navigating the Settings app in iOS has become ever more difficult over the years — did you know there are over 1200 options in it? — but in this installment of Bad Apple, we have a radical suggestion that could make most trips to the top level of the Settings less frustrating: alphabetization!
Wireless charging has been around for years. But when Apple built this technology into its newest iPhones, it gave the tech a boost. Julio Ojeda-Zapata tested an assortment of wireless chargers while peering ahead to see what else is coming.
Notable software releases this week include Bookends 13.0.6, Fantastical 2.4.6, Parallels Desktop 13.3, Keyboard Maestro 8.1.1, 1Password 6.8.7, and Airfoil 5.7.
In ExtraBITS this week, Apple is ending iTunes Store access for the first-generation Apple TV, Tim Cook is positive about his time at Apple, and a federal judge has ruled that embedded tweets can infringe copyright.