Control Center bug, iPhone browsing anonymity, robots on iPad design, smartphone stabiliser


Rigiet stabiliser will be well-priced even if you don’t back it on Kickstarter

iOS Control Center bug Is freezing certain iPhones — An iOS Control Center bug plaguing some Apple customers is causing some iPhones to freeze and restart. It happens when you tap any three buttons in the Control Center at once. iOS versions affected by this include iOS 10 and even the latest iOS 10.3.2 beta. Here’s what you need to know.

A Tor Browser might not be your best solution for internet privacy — There are a number of ways to make sure you have a good experience browsing while keeping things private on iDevices. Jeff Butts looks at some of the methods for doing that.

Emergence of robots will, remarkably, force a change in iPad design — The iPad was developed, in the Macintosh era of maturity, as a simpler alternaive for content consumption. It nicely eliminated the headaches of PC complexity and security concerns. Today, things are radically different, and the need to be able to create content and generate personal revenue is much more pressing than when the iPad was first conceived almost a decade ago.

Prototype review: Rigiet smartphone camera stabiliser — If you want to hand hold an iPhone 7 Plus to film high quality video, you need a gimbal. Dobot has announced the start of its Kickstarter campaign to bring the Rigiet stabiliser to market for just US$189 (or $129 to backers of the Kickstarter campaign) but even the regular retail price is over $100 less than the DJI Osmo…

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