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.
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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.”
Continue reading Siri references Finder ahead of supposed OS X launch
Did you as a Consumer thinking of encryption when you decide to buy a mobile? According to a report in The Wall Street Journal about 95 percent of all iPhones are encrypted, compared with less than 10 percent of Android phones, iPhone owners much more likely to use encryption than Android users, Where Most Android phones are not encrypted, either by user choice or manufacturer design.
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EarlGrey is a functional user interface testing framework for Apple iOS apps that has been introduced by Google.
Continue reading Google Gives iOS Devs Open Source EarlGrey Testing Tool