Emails opened in Mail app for iOS default to loading all images attached to that message. This makes emails format and arrange themselves as the sender intended, often with nice little header graphics and signature files, but it has a potentially serious downside: increased bandwidth usage. On a wi-fi connection that bandwidth usage hardly matters, but on many of the smaller and more limited cellular data plans, each KB and MB of data transfer is precious, and the little cutesy [Read More...]
Tag Archive: Speed
Iâ€™ve madea a point of trying to read more books this year than ever before. The fact that I can have books on my iPad, e-reader, and even on my phone (along with good old-fashioned paper books), Iâ€™ve got more to read now than ever before and thatâ€™s a good thing. But with all of that reading material it would sure be nice to up my reading speed.
Thatâ€™s [Read More...]
The iPad’s Photo slideshow feature, and the accompanying Picture Frame, are both great ways to show off pictures stored on the device. You’ll find the images change fairly often though, and that’s because the default setting is set at 3 seconds. This can be adjusted to be considerably longer, or shorter, depending on your preferences, and those adjustments are made through individual feature settings, not through where you start the slideshow, however.
Even though Apple’s new Lightning connector is super easy to use and quicker than the old 30-pin connectors, it could be better. Right now, the Lightning port on iOS devices doesn’t transfer data at USB 3.0 speeds, even though it’s thought to be able to support it.
A recent listing on Apple’s jobs site might be clueing us in that Apple wants to boost transfer speeds on iOS devices by adding USB [Read More...]
Launch your Settings app with a tap, and then scroll down [Read More...]
The iPhone is a paragon of simple design. It packs a ton of complexity in a simple, easy to understand package. One example is the iconic Home button. One click of the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad touch will wake your device, a click and hold will bring up Siri, and a triple click can enable a host of accessibility features.
Did you know, however, that you can set the speed at [Read More...]
This week’s must-have games roundup kicks off with the latestÂ Need for SpeedÂ title from EA games, which is quite possibly the best arcade racing game available on iOS right now. We also have an excellent dual-stick shooter from Gameloft, Disney’sÂ Wreck-it Ralph,Â and more.
Need for Speed Most Wanted â€” Universal ($ 6.99)
EAâ€™s much-anticipated Need for Speed Most Wanted made its debut on iOS this week, and itâ€™s an instant purchase if youâ€™re into [Read More...]
EA announced back in June that Need For Speed Most Wanted would be coming to Android and iOS by the end of October. Well, that day is slowly approaching, and EA is reminding us by flaunting more in-game footage of this action-packed open world racer.
The nineteenth iteration appears to have plenty of engine revving, nitrous burning, drift driving action to keep us busy until they release a twentieth installment. Check out [Read More...]