With the new strategy of unveiling fewer features annually, iOS users will have to wait until 2019 for any significant iPad-focused software upgrades. After launching a series of updates that have contained bugs and undeveloped features, Apple's faced criticism from its users and developers. To be clear, there will still be updates every year, but engineers will simply have more control over which ones they elect to get released or hold back if need be.
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Older users, with more money to spend, would help infuse Snap with much-needed revenue to continue its growth and innovation. Facebook is still growing, but it is older generations who are adding these numbers; commercially this is not as attractive.
The new strategy has been laid by the company's Software Chief, Craig Federighi.
Recent reports reveal Apple's iBoot for iOS 9 security software leak - known as its "biggest" leak in company history - originated from a "low-level" employee. Indeed, the feature - which allows users to store their conversations and message attachments in the cloud rather than on their devices, saving storage space in the process - is only expected to arrive later this year as a part of iOS 11.3. The company is looking at updating FaceTime with support for multi-person video conferencing; however, that may not be ready for this year.
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Drivers are exempt from the fines when the snow, sleet and freezing rain begins or continues while the vehicle is traveling . Chicago and Detroit flight cancellations were on the way up, according to tracking website flightaware.com.
The iOS 12 is also said to include improvements to the Do Not Disturb feature, which reportedly will offer more options to automatically reject phone calls and silent notifications. Engineers would now be given an upper hand in deciding the features that are not ideal enough to be added in the update, notes Bloomberg. The company aims to improve Siri's usage, including integrating the assistant into search view.
Some developers and other experts called the leak 'unprecedented, ' and warned that the code could be used to jailbreak or hack iOS devices. Some iPad-only features have also reportedly been delayed, including a multitasking mode that would let users run several tabs in the same app window, just like on Mac, as well as a feature that would allow users to run two screens of the same app side by side. While the mechanics are still to be announced, developers will be able to design a single third-party app that works using a touchscreen, a mouse, or a trackpad, depending on whether it's running on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more.
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He acknowledged the leak could make it easier for hackers to find vulnerabilities in Apple's operating system, but added that the source code's age makes it likely such bugs have already been found by people trying to build iOS jailbreaks.