iPad light, iMovie update, Twitter stickers on iPhone, 30-year mistake, making Pokémon space


BitCam lets you shoot in retro dither patterns.
BitCam lets you shoot in retro dither patterns.

iPads had their best quarter in two years as Apple sees the ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ — Global tablet shipments fell 8% year-on-year in in the second quarter (Q2) of 2016 to 46.7 million units while average selling prices (ASPs) went the other way, climbing 9% during the same period, according to Strategy Analytics. Consumers and enterprises alike are buying more “pro slates” (such as the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4) than ever before “as prices reach tolerable levels and as computing behaviors and needs shift toward more mobility and touchscreen interfaces,” adds the research group.

iMovie for iOS gets new project creation, sharing features — Apple has updated iMovie for iOS to version 2.2.3. It allows you to start projects quickly by selecting multiple photos and videos.

How to use Twitter Stickers on the iPhone — Twitter stickers are now available to everyone in Twitter’s own iPhone app. Stickers let you add fun graphics to the photos you upload, just like you can do on other social network services. They’re easy to use, and TMO’s Jeff Gamet shows you how in this Quick Tip video.

Pundit Wants Apple to License iOS to fix a 30-year old mistake —  Vivek Wadhwa has made the bold proclamation that Apple must “license the operating system and undo the mistake of 30 years ago.” [The 30-year mistake is people still saying this!] 

Can’t catch more Pokémon? Clear out your list — When you hit your 250 Pokémon storage limit, you can offload as many as you like to make room for that Pikachu you really want. Read on to learn how.

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