Apple has just released the first public beta for iOS 11 few days ago, but some of user will out there might still be on the public beta release of iOS 10.3.3, which is still testing and hasn’t been released to the public yet. So if you want to experience iOS 11 earlier, then how do you make that switching to the new update?
Well, the good news is that if you already on a version of an iOS 10.3.3 public beta, then you're part of the way to iOS 11. Because once you signed up with the Beta Software Program, which you're account is registered, you'll only need to download a new profile in order to get started with the iOS 11 beta. And here is how!
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So what’s new in iOS 11? The New Version of iPhone OS includes many features for iDevices, a redesigned and customizable Control Center, a new Lock screen that's combined with the Notification Center. Person to Person Apple Pay payments featured in iMessage app, and new App Drawer. New Do Not Disturb While Driving feature that is designed to help drivers stay focused on the road.
Moreover, Siri has a more neutral voices and supports Translate Beta, Photos gets several new filter options update, like Vivid, Vivid Warm, Vivid Cool, and Silverstone. Photos now also gets GIF supports. The Camera app has a new option which allows us to crop Live Photos and to keep only a portion of the motion recording, also supports QR code scan. ARKit allows developers to explore new AR Feature in iOS.
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According to Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis today in a research note said the iPhone 8 is expected to ship with a 10W power adapter, a USB-C connector and an integrated USB-C Power Delivery Chip. Current iPhones which only ship with a five-watt power adapter in the box.
Curtis explains that the USB-C Power Delivery chips built into both the iPhone and 10W power adapter that enables fast charging capabilities will be supplied by Cypress Semiconductor. The research note also suggested it'll be the same CYPD2104 chip used in the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
We believe that in the iPhone 8, Apple likely includes Cypress Semiconductor's USB-C Power Delivery chip in the phone and an additional chip within the power brick in box (likely a new 10W, which would use a more integrated solution with Cypress Power Delivery).
Like the iPhone 7, new 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the iPhone 8 will probably also capable of fast charging when Lightning to USB-C cable that connected to the new 10W power adapter or an Apple's 29W USB-C power adapter for MacBook. Rumors also expected iPhone 8 will be packed with 2700 mAh cell battery, Fast Charging and Wireless Charging are also rumored to features on top.
According to a Sensor Tower reports, Revenue from Apple's App Store alone in first six months of 2017 are Higher than Apple's Net Income in 2007 Fiscal Year, App Store made $4.9B revenues in 1H of 2017, which is $1.4 billion (or about 40 percent) more than Apple’s total net income of $3.5 billion for all of fiscal year 2007.
When the Original iPhone was launched in 2007, Steve Jobs refused to let his beloved device to run third-party applications. Ten years later, it's hard to imagine the iPhone without the App Store. Apple first introduced App Store on July 10 of 2008.
App Store's revenue continues to be an increasingly important source of revenue for Apple. From 2013 to 2016, App Store revenue from the total revenue of Apple accounted for 1% to 3.4%. App Store in 2016 to Apple contributed $ 7.28 billion in revenue, and with the number of Apple users, is expected to 2017 the number will be higher.
Apple has redesigned App Store in iOS 11, so they are also ramping up App Store cleaning efforts, has already removed 58000 App from Chinese App Store According to TouchaAcade reports.
Following the release of 10.3.2 on May 15, Apple now has stopped signing iOS 10.3.1. User who have updated to iOS 10.3.2 will no longer be able to downgrade their devices to iOS 10.3.1. iOS 10.3.3 will likely be released to everyone later this month or early July.
Apple always been stops signing old version after the release of a new version. This is Apple’s way to ensuring that users have the most recent version of iOS and thus have the latest security and performance improvements. In some cases, jailbreak users (no recent news about 10.3.1 Jailbreak) are affected the most when Apple stops signing older versions of iOS.
Apple last month released iOS 10.3.2 to the public. The update mainly focuses on improving speed performance and security , while also fixed some bugs in the process. Next on the docket for iOS users is the release of iOS 10.3.3, which brings three new wallpapers about sea coast for 10.5 and 12.9 Inch iPad Pro.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a post to announced that the social network has hit 2 Billion users each month, less than five years after hitting 1 Billion user. Facebook is obviously marking the milestone and has renewed call which says “let’s bring the world closer together.”
As of this morning, the Facebook community is now officially 2 billion people!
We’re making progress connecting the world, and now let’s bring the world closer together.
It’s an honor to be on this journey with you.
The Two billion users also makes Facebook the largest social app in terms of logged-in users. Messenger now has over 1.2 billion monthly users, WhatsApp tallies a similar figure, but Instagram has over 700 million motherly users.
Facebook is kicking off a Good Adds Up campaign to celebrate 2 Billion monthly users and in News Feed will include “a personalized video to celebrate bringing the world closer together.” Facebook’s Messenger team has also detailed the new filter in video chat features and new Assistant Suggestion coming to the app.
Check out the awesome new features—like animated reactions, filters, masks and effects, and the ability to take screenshots—available for one-on-one and group video chats. You can now share your emotions with a reaction, add a filter to feel like your best self, make someone laugh with a bear mask, and even take pictures of your time together.