More iPhone X tips and tricks — How to access and customise the Control Center on the iPhone X, how to master the iPhone X user interface and how to reset Face ID (and don’t worry, it’s not facelift surgery). Here’s a video of the fastest way to unlock your iPhone X with Face ID.
You can autofill passwords and credit card entry in Safari with Face ID on the iPhone X, to. The iPhone X can auto-fill crucial data in Safari, using Face ID to authenticate the user, and securely enter credit card information with Apple’s iCloud Keychain and Safari Autofill at the crux of the feature. AppleInsider shows you how to set it up.
Five photo art apps to spruce up your images — Photo art apps are a cool way to make your images stand out. You can make your photos look like a painting, pencil drawing, and generally quirky. Mac Observer has combed through the App Store to bring you five photo art apps to get started.
Five photo retouching apps for iPhone to remove unwanted objects — An important aspect of photo editing is retouching, specifically where you can remove unwanted objects from your photo. Maybe you want to remove a pimple, a wrinkle, or even an object in the background. This can be done with a tool usually called a heal brush, or a clone stamp. Andrew Orr has personally used all of these photo retouching apps at some point, so gives his own insight into each one.
Foxconn profits plummet 39% following iPhone X production woes — Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn this week posted a 39% year-over-year decrease in net profit, losses that industry watchers attribute to the difficult-to-assemble iPhone X, which remains in limited supply.
The Apple Watch retakes the lead in the wearable band market in the third quarter — Apple retook the lead in the wearable band market in quarter three of 2017, with shipments of 3.9 million, reports the Canalys research group. It posted its strongest quarter so far in 2017, thanks to the release of the Apple Watch Series 3.
Call with Apple Watch Series 3 saves kitesurfer from shark-infested waters — After a nasty crash with a landing in a great white shark nursery area, a kite surfer used his Series 3 Apple Watch with LTE to summon rescuers and direct them to his location.
Study finds Apple Watch able to be used as diagnostic tool for sleep apnea, hypertension — Researchers from the University of California San Fransisco in conjunction with the developers of the Cardiogram app have proven that using existing sensors, the Apple Watch can detect sleep apnea and hypertension with a high degree of accuracy, potentially opening up the ability for the device to be used as a long-term research tool for the conditions. [If I had a Watch on, it could also tell I was awake right now. Wow.]