700apps started its journey at 2012 it have been worked for 4 years till now ,in this four years 700apps faces a lot of challenges.
700apps has a professional, well-trained team, that following and using the latest technologies and tools to produce professional applications.
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iOS updates aren’t as exciting as they used to be, so the best stuff is often the little features that slip through the keynote cracks but make your iPhone or iPad work much better. Case in point, some of the hidden stuff in early iOS 10 betas is way more exciting than what Apple actually announced.
Continue reading All the Hidden, Awesome Stuff in iOS 10 Apple Didn’t Announce!
Apple revealed that most built-in iOS apps could be removed from the home screen in iOS 10, and the world celebrated. But shortly thereafter, Apple revealed one very notable caveat: you’re only removing the apps’ icons — the app itself is still loaded on the phone.
Continue reading iOS 10 can hide Apple’s built-in apps, but won’t delete them
Here’s another sign that Siri may be coming soon to the Mac: it already seems to know what Finder is.
In a blog post, Brian Roemmele writes about a curious Siri response he came upon. If you say, “Siri, open Settings in a new window,” Siri will respond by saying, “It doesn’t look like you have an app named Finder.”
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The majority of iOS device owners have upgraded to the latest version of the operating system, according to a new report from third-party analysts Localytics. The final public version of Apple’s mobile OS was pushed out to the world almost exactly a month ago, on Sept. 16.
Continue reading More than half of Apple users are now running iOS 9 on their devices
Apple’s latest smartphones, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, are now available to pre-order from the company’s website, as of 12:01am PT / 3:01am ET September 12th.
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As it nears a size and scope never before approached by a technology company, Apple is doing things its executives said it never would.
Continue reading Apple Breaks Its Own Taboos To Keep Winning Customers
During iPhone 6s launch event, Apple announced the upcoming availability of iOS 9. The Cupertino giant will begin seeding the latest version of its mobile OS next week, on September 16.
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Google has announced that certain Android Wear flavored smartwatches can now be paired with specific iPhone models running iOS 8.2 or higher. The iPhone models that support Android Wear are the Apple iPhone 5, Apple iPhone 5c, Apple iPhone 5s, Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus. All that an iOS user needs to do is download and install the new Android Wear for iOS app.
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Microsoft Research, the research arm of the Redmond-based company. has showcased a number of interesting technologies over the past few years. On Monday, it showed off yet another such project. Called MobileFusion, it’s an app Microsoft is working on for Android, iOS, and Windows Phonesmartphones that would turn their cameras into a 3D scanner.
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