WWDC 2015: How Apple Could Have Up The Game With iOS 9

Apple launches iPad mini 4

The hype and craze around Apple’s annual event WWDC 2015 left us with a nice aftertaste. We loved the heightened interface of Siri, the intuitive maps as well as the launch of a steaming music service. It is time to critique what was missing from the developers’ conference.  Firstly, the new iOS 9 features could have given us better battery life. While Apple did announce a Low Power mode, but it did not tell us that putting the iPhone with the screen down over a surface will save battery as it will not activate the screen despite a notification. Another cool feature that iOS 9 is set to launch an  app ‘called Move to iOS’ that helps smooth migration from Android to Apple OS. This will mean ease of transferring all stored data such as contacts, messages and all your files. We also loved the iCloud Drive app that helps you access all stored files from a single place. [+more]

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iOS 9 Is Apple’ s Game Changer And Here’s Why?

Apple launches iPad mini 4

Apple has finally announced the latest version of its OS- the iOS 9 at WWDC 2015 event held in San Francisco on Monday. We were jolly well pleased with the  iOS 8 onslaught but the latest iOS 9 takes us for more than a joyride. A major revamp comes in context of Siri. With iOS 9 Siri has been drenched in color and has an all-new interface now. Also, be in for a surprise when you find Siri recognizing requests that are totally off the regular track. From photo hunting to reminders on playing some track for ages bygone– Siri is sassier and sincere this time. While Siri on iOS 8 was at best a personal assistant, on iOS 9 it is your proactive assistant. Another thing that iOS 9 brags about is the latest Spotlight Search on the iPhone and the iPad. Gear up to check out location based [+more]

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Apple iPhone 6 Release Mystery Fails To Dissolve- WWDC To September ‘14—The Wait Gets Longer

The buzz around the arrival of the Apple iPhone 6 is getting stronger by the day. While we have been hearing rumors galore about the iPhone 6 specs and its release, here is some news that could surprise you. We expect the 6th Apple kid to arrive coming June next year.  The Cupertino giant has made it a trend to release an iPhone each year and boost the newbie model with new specs in the year following release. Going by this, the iPhone 6 is an all-new package– not just meatier but also sexier!  However, Apple insiders reveal that the makers are trying to figure out the best way between consumer oriented and professionally allied solutions with the iPhone 6. This could push the iPhone 6 release to as late as September 2014.  With the WWDC coming up in the summer of 2014, we even here that, the release date [+more]

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Apple WWDC : iOS7, Macbook Air, Macbook Pro, iPad Mini, iPad 5… All on The Verge

Apple’s 24th annual developers’ conference to be held  next week will surely see some new versions of iOS and OS X software to test before they are released to customers. It’s a seven month gap for developers as well as customers after the release of iPad Mini in October. Features of iOS 7 have already been leaked out by 9to5Mac in April and here we present some of the major ones: More gestures will be included to access information other than one finger swipe and a four finger swipe to pull-up the menu. The report of 9to5Mac adds that Apple will opt for AirDrop file-sharing service and a build in system level integration for sending media files to Flickr and Vimeo. Apple and Yahoo together will bring additional contents and services like Yahoo’s sports and news sites to Apple’s devices. OS X 10.9, Apple’s operating system for Macs is also [+more]

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