Android M has seen official introduction from Google’s stable on Thursday at the I/O conference in San Francisco. There is no way to know if Google has christened its Android M on lines of Ice cream Sandwich or Lollipop yet but we do know that for now the platform is accessible only to developers.
The latest preview did reveal that a single press and hold on the home button of your Android M smart gadget could open up Google Search. So no more swipes along the top of your home screens will be needed.
A huge leap though is that Google Now is more sensitive to context thanks to Now On Tap. Using this feature, your phone will know what email you are dealing with or what music file you are accessing.
Android M also means the arrival of Android Pay. We have heard about this since MWC in March this year but it is only now that users will be able to use apps for processing payments over an application or at stores. … Read the rest
There seems to be some good news for people waiting for the iPad Pro. Rumors have it that a recent filing at the US Patent and Trademark Office clearly hints on the functionality of the slate, which may come with a digital input stylus, something that was not found earlier in any device of this category. The reports of Apple Insider also have it that the stylus powered with 3D sensing can offer support to multiple users as well as multitasking activities.
Even though there is no official confirmation so far, the reports indicate the stylus to feature pressure sensor as well as grip sensor performing dedicated functions. While the news about the stylus has overjoyed iPad fans, it has surely warned the Surface Pen of Microsoft about the tough competition that it might be facing in the coming days.
Though the concept of pen was earlier rejected by Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, it has gained a huge demand in the present market as competitors are using this feature to increase their customer base.
By adding the stylus or pen, the company can easily make a better grip on the enterprise, prosumer as well as academic market. The pen or stylus, which has already created a great hype may launch in simple form sometimes later this year and with advanced technologies in the next year, reports Kuo. … Read the rest
With the run up to Apple’s release day for its iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus getting warmer, Citi Research has finally given us substantial leaks about iPhone specs to muse over. The leaks have been published in Business Insider.
As of now Apple will stick to the 4.7 or 5.5 incher sizes for its screen on the upcoming flagships. However, it will not roll out mini models of 4-incher as had been a norm for the giant even few years ago.
Fans can finally get to play with Force Touch on the next new iPhone. The 6S will in fact be the first lineup that will have this patented tech used. The MacBook Pro 15 Inches and Apple Watch are the other devices that will incorporate the spec.
Speeds and multitasking will go for a hike on the Apple iPhone 6S or 6S Plus thanks to incorporation of a beefy A9 processor. Rumors have it that the same is a Samsung baby and will increase speed by up to 25%.
The RAM on the iPhone 6S or 6S Plus will now be 2 GB since 1 GB is now dated enough for Apple to not use.
After fans went morose about Apple not bucking its camera pixels up, there could be in to see 12 MP under the hood on the main front for Apple iPhone 6S.
Moreover, the architecture of the upcoming iPhone will see oodles of innovation thanks to use of aluminum alloy for the chassis. This will at least erase away memories of Bendgate for fans.
Surprisingly, few latest leaks that had been publicized by Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst at MiKGI Securities have also been revealed in this Business Insider report.… Read the rest