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How To Adjust The Systemwide Font Size On IOS 7

David Smothers September 23, 2013

In prior versions of iOS, users were able to adjust the font size for specific core apps through the Accessibility menu. Those apps were Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Messages, and Notes. Sure, this was helpful to those who had trouble seeing the default text size on an iOS device, but outside of those apps it was… Continue Reading »

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Free Download IOS 7 Update It now!

David Smothers September 18, 2013

It’s here, Apple users! The brand-new iOS 7 has officially been released in the wild. Backup all your stuff, then go download it right now. As always, the new iOS is available as an over-the-air update (go to the Settings menu on your iPhone (4, 4S, 5), iPad (iPad 2 and newer), and iPod touch… Continue Reading »

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Siri Actually Cares How Names Are Pronounced in iOS 7

David Smothers June 24, 2013

In iOS 7, Siri’s voice is becoming less robotic and more human (we’ll have to wait and see if she’s more useful). One of those improvements will be how she pronounces names. Instead of butchering your name or choppily spelling out letters of your friends’ names, she’ll be able to be ‘taught’ what the correct… Continue Reading »

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New in iOS 7: Dynamic and Panoramic Wallpapers

David Smothers June 12, 2013

Good news for those who love to personalize their iPhone with the photos depicting their significant other, kids, dogs, kittens and what have you: with iOS 7 Apple has gone beyond adding a bunch of new wallpapers, having implemented cool new enhancements to really bring those wallpapers to life. Taking a page from Google’s Android… Continue Reading »

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The Prettiest Way to Find Out What iOS 7 Features Your iPhone Won’t Get

David Smothers June 12, 2013

iOS 7 looks lovely, but it’s not all about appearances; the new operating system is bringing some nice new features as well. But even if you get the upgrade, you might not get all the fun stuff that comes with it. We laid down some of iOS 7’s limitations on various devices right after WWDC,… Continue Reading »

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This Could Be an Early Build of Intel’s Mobile OS UI

David Smothers June 10, 2013

Ars Technica has screenshots of what it says is Intel’s UI overlay for use on mobile handsets in the future. If real, these early shots of the skin, codenamed “Obsidian”, represent the earliest look at Intel’s vision for the Linux-backed Tizen OS, as well as for what we should be looking for on future Android… Continue Reading »

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Let’s Hope Apple’s iOS 7 Music App Is Half as Clever as This Concept

David Smothers June 3, 2013

If there’s anything the internet has waxed poetic about wanting—nay—needing to see on the upcoming iOS 7 release, it’s a general flat design overhaul. But while that’s a completely valid demand, we’ve yet to hear too much about how Apple might address specific features in need of major functionality tuneups—until now, that is. Brye Kobayashi,… Continue Reading »

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8 iOS 7 Mockups: Is This What Your Next iPhone Will Look Like?

David Smothers May 10, 2013

With Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference just a month a way, rumors continue to surface that iOS 7 could see a major UI overhaul. Word on the street is that Jony Ive and his team at Apple are going for a very “flat” look. Since then, many designers have put together some interesting mock-ups and concepts… Continue Reading »

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