Japan’s major architecture, engineering firms going all iPad in support of Apple, Inc. iOS enterprise push — Apple’s mobile enterprise ambitions are beginning to shift the market in Japan, where large architecture, engineering, construction and operations firms have already moved to standardise on iOS and iPads for their enterprise tablets.
How to enable Live Photos on iPhone 6s — The Harry Potter-style Live Photos you can take with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are really cool, fun to share, and easy to take. That doesn’t, however, mean it’s obvious how to enable Live Photos — something I realized after being asked just that several times in the past few days. Read on to learn how to enable and disable Live Photos with a tap.
3D touch could be better — 3D Touch is only at its first baby steps, but it needs improvements to really become beneficial. One of the marquee features in the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is 3D Touch, “an entirely new way to interact with your phone.” 3D Touch includes three types of interaction: Peek, and Pop, and Quick Actions. In some ways, 3D Touch is a right click for the iPhone, offering shortcuts that would not be available otherwise, or that would require more interaction. Jason Snell explains how it works in this article, and Macworld has posted a FAQ about 3D Touch.
International growth fueled Apple smartphone share gains before iPhone 6s launch — Ahead of the launch of the iPhone 6s, Apple saw continued market share gains across most of the world’s largest smartphone markets, according to the latest sales data from Kantar Worldpanel.
Facebook warns users of potential state-sponsored attacks — Facebook will now warn people if it has a strong suspicion an account is being targeted by a nation-state.
3D iPad scanning — The Structure Sensor by Occipital claims to be the world’s first 3D sensor for mobile devices. It’s taking 3D scanning to the next frontier: your living room. By installing iOS apps built specifically for the Structure Sensor, you can begin to incorporate 3D scanning into your everyday life, from finding the right shipping box to measuring indoor spaces, and even capturing 360-degree body scans of your loved ones.
Waze for iOS gets redesigned with new look, simpler interface, improved battery life — The latest update to Waze’s navigation app for iOS introduces a major redesign that not only alters its look to be clearer, but also simplifies many tasks, particularly for long road trips. The Waze iOS app is a free download and runs on any iPhone or iPad with iOS 7.0 or later, though only cellular-equipped iPads have built-in GPS.