Ever since it was introduced on the iPhone 5s, Touch ID has been a really big hit, with multiple Android manufacturers trying to emulate it. And up until this year, every attempt at it hasn’t quite been up to par with Apple’s version. Even with this new version found on the Galaxy S6, (used by simply touching rather than sliding) it is very limited as to what it can do.
The ability to use 2 different apps at the same time on one screen is a feature that has become a standard on many Android phones and tablets. But a new report from 9to5Mac says that it could finally be coming to Apple’s next iOS release.
After HTC announced the One M9, everyone assumed that there would be a M9+ version coming not too long after. And that happened. Although it didn’t happen the way we thought it might. The M9+ is currently only available in China with no word on if or when it will hit the US. But today a new version has been leaked.
This past week, a new video was uploaded showing an iPad Pro case compared to an iPad Air 2. The video shows just how big a 12.9″ iPad would look like. And it is quite large.
Yesterday, LG finally took the wraps off of its anticipated, (and highly leaked) next flagship smartphone, the LG G4. Not a lot of the announcement really came as much of a surprise with many aspects of the phone either being leaked or announced previously by LG. But they did give some new details we didn’t already know.
With the long-awaited, next-generation Apple TV set-top box to come some time this year with a potential announcement as early as June, there have been multiple rumors as to what new features it will come with. The most rumored (and most wanted) ones being access to the App Store and Siri integration. And also with a rumored Apple Streaming service on the way, one feature that everyone thought to be a no-brainer add-on may not be happening this time around.