Android Q Beta 5 has launched, with Google including gestural navigation updates, so you can swipe from the corners to get Google Assistant. The fifth beta, launched Wednesday, is "very close" to what we'll see in the final release, Dave Burke, Android vice president of engineering, said in a blog post. Google will be launching Android Q later this summer, and kicked off its beta program for the new OS on Google Pixel phones in March. Since then, we've seen four beta upgrades, each with new fixes and features.The gestural navigation updates included in Beta 5 allow you to use a swipe gesture from either corner to reach the Assistant. For apps using a navigation drawer, Beta 6 has also added a peek behavior when users grab the drawer to indicate that a swipe will bring in the navigation drawer. Now playing: Watch this: Google previews Android Q with dark mode 1:39 The general idea of these gesture settings is to let apps use the full screen for content while minimizing … [Read more...] about Android Q Beta 5: New gesture control adds corner swiping for Google Assistant
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Need something today, but can't bother yourself with a trip to the store? Apparently, there's going to be an app for that -- at least in San Francisco. … [Read more...] about eBay Now to offer same-day shipping from local stores, launching iOS beta in San Francisco
Hi guys, Today we have a new good news for iOS users who are running iOS 10.3.3. You can Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3 Using h3lix. Regard the accompanying guidelines to play out the Jailbreak procedure. As we have let you know before that the main public Jailbreak: iOS 10.3.3 h3lix is out at this point. You have to know a couple of things before you Jailbreak your gadget. To start with, it’s a semi-untethered and just takes a shot at 32-bit gadgets. Also, you need to sideload Jailbreak IPA document following 7 days. Likewise, you need to put your gadget into Jailbreak mode each time when you restart your gadget. You’ll be wondering why we need to Sideload Jailbreak IPA file after 7 days because most of us are using free Apple developer ID. Those who have paid Apple they will enjoy the privilege, they don’t need to sideload Jailbreak IPA file and nor resign. Now let’s start the process of Heed the following instructions below as stated, … [Read more...] about Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3 Using h3lix
Security researchers at a password-recovery firm claimed to have found an encryption feature in the beta of iOS 11.4 that would definitely make your device more secure and might even prevent authorities to use the cracking tools that have cropped up recently. Sadly, it appears the tool will not be included in the final release, as was previously reported—and it may have never been there at all. The fifth beta for iOS 11.4 is out now for developers and public testers, but the full release notes contain no mention of the “USB Restricted Mode” that the team at mobile forensics firm Elcomsoft previously claimed was included in the beta. Gizmodo has repeatedly requested confirmation from Apple about the feature over the last week, but our messages have received no reply. While Apple continues to fight back against authorities’ tiresome demands for an encryption backdoor, at least two services, GrayKey and Cellebrite, have begun offering expensive solutions for law … [Read more...] about It Looks Like Apple’s Tool That Stops Cops From Hacking Your iPhone Isn’t Coming to iOS 11.4
Apple has announced iOS 12, the latest version of the most advanced mobile operating system, which will make daily tasks faster and more responsive. iOS 12 will ensure better Augmented Reality (AR) experiences and new ways to communicate. The operating system introduces “Siri Shortcuts”, enabling Siri to work with any app, delivering a much faster way to get things done. “We’re very excited about the new communications features we’re bringing to iPhone and iPad with Memoji, a more personal form of Animoji, fun camera effects and Group FaceTime,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering. “We’re using advanced algorithms to make AR even more engaging and on-device intelligence to deliver faster ways to get things done using Siri,” he told the gathering at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2018 here late Monday. iOS 12 is designed to make everyday tasks on iPhone and … [Read more...] about Apple previews iOS 12, introduces macOS ‘Mojave’
Apple has unveiled the new iOS 12 which focuses on speed and performance rather than bringing fancy features to your iPhone and iPad. However, there some useful additions to different apps and capabilities of iPhone and iPad as well. So, let’s tell you about all the new iOS 12 features — What’s New in iOS 12? 1. Improved Performance iOS 12 is faster and more efficient than its predecessor. It is claimed by Apple that with iOS 12, apps will be launched 40% faster, ‘swipe to camera’ feature will be 70% faster and keyboard will be displayed 50% faster. We’ll have to wait and see how much performance boost Apple delivers in real-life when iOS 12 stable version arrives.2. Group FaceTime Noticeable improvements have been introduced in FaceTime after a long time, thanks to new iOS 12 features. Group Facetime facility has been added in the recent changes to the app. A group of maximum 32 participants can take part in a group call. Each participant will … [Read more...] about 15 Features Of iOS 12: What’s New In The Big iPhone And iPad Update?