Tag Archive: Support


Coachella 2016 will rock Apple Pay and iBeacon support

Apple is all about music these days, which is why it makes perfect sense that the company would be keen to target the hip, young, presumably disposable-incomed revelers at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Thanks to Square, Coachella’s official point-of-sale provider, attendees will be able to use Apple Pay to buy food, […]

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No, Samsung Gear S2 is not getting iPhone support today

Everyone thinks Gear S2 is getting support for the iPhone today, and it’s all thanks to Verizon. But in actual fact, that’s not the case. While Samsung’s latest smartwatch will be iPhone-compatible at some point, you’ll have to wait a little while longer for it. The confusion stems from Gear S2 update notes published by Verizon, […]

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Samsung Gear S2 to gain iPhone support this month

Samsung’s Gear S2 smartwatch will get an update that adds iPhone compatibility by the end of this month, according to a new report. The move will allow Samsung to compete with the Apple Watch in its own backyard, but some features — such as Samsung Pay — will be lost when the wearable is connected to iOS. […]

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WhatsApp beta adds support for bold and italic text

WhatsApp makes it easy to express yourself with emojis and images and other kinds of modern media — but what if you prefer the good old written word? Until now, the platform has only supported basic text with zero formatting options. But in the latest WhatsApp beta, users have the option to use bold and italic […]

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Facebook adds support for Live Photos — but there’s a catch

A few months after Apple birthed Live Photos into existence with the release of the iPhone 6s, Facebook is catching on to the idea. The social network is building the feature right into its iOS app so iPhone 6s and 6s Plus owners can start uploading their animated photos and viewing others. But it’s not […]

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watchOS 2.1 is out with lots of language support and bug fixes

Apple Watch owners received a new software update this morning in the form of watchOS 2.1. The new update comes over a month after watchOS 2.0.1 was made available to the public and contains a number of bug fixes and performance improvements to go with expanded system language support. WatchOS 2.1 can be downloaded via […]

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Apple Store logos turn red in support of World AIDS Day

For the fifth year in a row, Apple Stores across the globe are showing their support for World AIDS Day today by turning their logos red. The global event is used to raise awareness about the ongoing fight against AIDS and help fundraising efforts in the race to find a cure for the disease that […]

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Reeder 3 is here, adding iPad Pro, Split View, and 3D Touch support

Reeder has long been our favorite feed reader for iOS and Mac. Earlier this year, Reeder for Mac hit version 3.0, making us wonder when the iOS version would achieve the same milestone. Now it has, gaining support Split View in iOS 9, an updated UI, 3D Touch for previewing articles, and more! Here’s the […]

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Apple quietly added 10-bit color support for new 5K iMac

In addition to the plethora of new features Apple added for OS X El Capitan, it also quietly integrated 10 bit color support for the 4K & 5K iMac. While this may not mean much for your average user, it’s absolutely massive news for photographers, video editors, or anyone else who relies on high-end color correction. Compared […]

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Twitter’s next OS X update will bring support for El Capitan’s dark mode

Although the microblogging service pays a lot of attention to its iOS client, even rolling out a new feature called Moments last week, Twitter has traditionally ignored its OS X client. But it’s about to get a much needed update, including a dark mode custom tailored for OS X El Capitan. The announcement of the […]

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