Along with Facebook announcing the first major changes to its News Feed, the social media service will begin ranking news sources based on trustworthiness as it prioritizes information. Rather than determining news source trustworthiness itself, Facebook will let users decide. more… via Facebook will ask users to rank news source trustworthiness in latest major update — […]Read More Facebook will ask users to rank news source trustworthiness in latest major update — 9to5Mac
iOS 11 is now installed on 65 percent of iOS devices, according to new statistics Apple shared yesterday on its App Store support page for developers. That’s up six percentage points since December 5, when iOS 11 was installed on 59 percent of devices, and 13 percentage points since November 6, when iOS 11 was… via […]Read More Apple Says iOS 11 is Now Installed on 65% of Devices — MacRumors
Apple has announced that iOS 11 adoption has reached 65% as measured by the App Store on January 18th.28% of users remain on iOS 10, while 7% are using an older firmware version.Adoption of iOS 11 is up 6% from 59% in early December. via iOS 11 Adoption Reaches 65% [Chart] — iClarified – Apple […]Read More iOS 11 Adoption Reaches 65% [Chart] — iClarified
Facebook recently added a new feature called ‘Snooze’ which allows users to temporarily unfollow/mute anyone like for an instance, a friend, page, or group up to 30 days so they can feel less annoy from News Feed. This feature is somehow similar to the current ‘Unfollow’ however it’s for permanently remove feature. With 30 days […]Read More Facebook added a new feature: ‘Snooze’ to temporarily block annoying friends & pages
Apple has released iOS 11.2 for all iOS devices including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that bringing some new features and bug fixes. Great news is that Apple Pay is finally arriving on iOS 11.2 however we were told that some customers couldn’t see it on their iPhones yet. Apparently it should be available sometimes […]Read More Apple updated iOS 11.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch with Apple Pay support and major bug fixes
According to AppleInsider, Apple might be launching next generation iPhone SE with Face ID next year. Next generation iPhone SE could have same body as previous iPhone SE however it would add extra screen aspect ratio and with Face ID. Apple also could be making iPhone X Plus size next year too. Take a look […]Read More Apple to release iPhone SE second generation with Face ID next year, is it possible?