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Google Pixel 4 leak: astrophotography mode is coming!

You’ll be able to capture ‘even the stars,’ says Google in a leaked marketing video.
The Pixel 4 may allow photography enthusiasts to do something they've never been able to do before with a smartphone camera: astrophotography. A seemingly official marketing video uploaded by Pro Android shows Google's newest smartphone will feature a dedicated mode for taking photos of the night sky. Unfortunately, the ad provides few details about how the new functionality will work other than to promise you'll be able to capture "even the stars." Based on the "hold still" prompt shown in the video, the one detail we can glean is that you won't need a tripod to use to take advantage of the feature.

iPhone 6S Release Date and Rumors: Specs and Features vs Samsung Galaxy S5

The rumor mills have been taking an objective iPhone 7, the so-called successor flagship for the recently released iPhone 6. While the idea of a new issue of iPhone sounds exciting, it seems speculations have overlooked the possibility of an iPhone 6S. Of course Apple has established its first phablet as iPhone 6 Plus, but what about an iPhone -s? Is Cupertino giant abandoned the idea once and for all?

We can never really tell unless Apple confirms it. Still, there is a possibility that can adopt iPhone 6S based 5S improved by a parallel perspective 5. Since specifications, 6S not necessarily be larger changes - let the uniqueness Plus and 6 could actually 6S become a device no one has ever seen before.

We have also taken the initiative to compare possible specifications and features of the iPhone 6S against existing Samsung Galaxy S5. But first, let's take a look at the odds surrounding the old.

iPhone 6S
According to Macworld, not much difference between the designs of iPhones …

iOS 8 How to: Monitor and track your battery usage

Have you ever wondered how much your battery is being used? Or have you ever wondered why sometimes when you use certain applications dramatically drains the battery? New in iOS 8 Configuration application is the ability to track usage of the battery for each application you have installed on your device. This method is very similar to track your cellular data usage.  In iOS 7, which shows how much the battery has been used and how long the battery was on alert since last full charge, but does not define or describe how it was made. To monitor and track your battery usage on iOS 8, ​​first go to Settings.

Then tap on General and after use.





With iOS 8 by default, the battery percentage off. I recommend turning it on, and they immediately give you a better idea of what your battery life is so contrary to the image of the battery.

Touching on battery usage, is displayed the first time since last full charge. This information was available in iOS 7 Shows you use, how long has actually b…

Apple Pulls iOS 8 Software Update After iPhone Problems

Updated add instructions to remove iOS 8.0.1.

A software update Apple on Wednesday sent did the opposite of what the company intends, off cell phone service in countless iPhones, among other problems.

Twitter and tech news sites quickly overflowed with reports of people who encountered problems after downloading and installing the update, iOS 8.0.1, which was intended to fix several bugs in the operating system for Apple mobile devices. Apple responded by removing the update.

This is not the first time an Apple software update has caused, rather than fixed, device problems. But it seems to be one of the first times that the company has pulled the update. "We are actively investigating these reports and provide information as quickly as we can," Apple said in a statement. "Meanwhile, we have removed the update iOS 8.0.1."

The problem seems to mainly affect users of the latest iPhones, 6 and 6 Plus, not older iOS devices. Twitter users reported that the update also …

How to ditch Android and join the side of Apple

Now thatApplehas abigger, betteriPhone 6and 6Plus, we suspectlotsof big screenAndroidFans candefect toiOS.(ApparentlyApplethinks so too).But while themobileexchangeis a type ofheadache,change thephoneand change theoperating systemslevelcan inducepainof migraineif youis notprepared properly.Butyou will be prepared.Sinceyou can not missyourcalendar eventsto your favorite applications, hereishow to makethe most importantin the transition fromAndroidtoiOSin top conditionmobile needs.
Mail, CalendarandContacts

If you keep yourlifein syncwiththecloud-basedGoogleecosystemtransferAndroidto iOSis relatively easy.You will need tocreatean Apple IDwhen you firststart your journeyiOS(ifnot already havean iTunes account),but youcan add yourGoogleaccountoncethe initial configuration ofyour phoneis finished.

Todo this, goto Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars,then tap Addaccount.There, youcan add yourGoogleaccount(orany otheremail accountyou would like tosyncto your device).Once added, you canchoose t…

How to download and install iOS 8 in your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

The annual cycle iOS update is still rolling. This time, Apple released the eighth version of its operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod.  iOS 8 will be available as a free download on Wednesday, September 17 the download and update itself is pretty easy, but there are some important things you should consider before downloading iOS 8 Here's a guide to help you through process with zero stress.

The first thing to do is to check if your Apple device is eligible for the upgrade. Apple has announced that iOS devices will gain the following 8 update:

iPhone 4s iPhone 5c iPhone 5s iPod touch with Retina fifth generation iPad 2 iPad display iPad Air iPad mini iPad Mini with Retina display

Some iOS 8 features such as SMS  Continuity will not be available on launch day, indicating that Apple will release an update to iOS 8 more closely when OS X Yosemite spear. Check this report for details on the functions that will be available later.

The next step is possibly the most importan…

New Apple iOS 8 Mobile Software to arrive on Wednesday

SAN FRANCISCO: New generation Applesoftware to feed their coveted mobile devices is scheduled for release on Wednesday, two days before the arrival of its latest iPhones.

The iOS mobile operating system will be available free for download for iPad iPhone and many models and will be pre-installed on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which was released on Friday.

Apple introduced iOS 8 at its annual developer conference in San Francisco in June.

The new management software is designed to provide a seamless experience for users flitting between mobile devices and popular Apple Macintosh computers.

Along with updates to the operating system, the California company unveiled the HealthKit software to manage personal and HomeKit health care for home appliances. They are integrated into the latest system update.

HealthKit provide a safe haven for the data gathered by devices such as fitness band that tracks activity and sleep.

Apple also synchronized HomeKit 8 to iOS software that could let iPh…