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The Cupertino-based fruit-company announced the next major update – iOS 9 – at the World Wide Developers Conference earlier this month in San Francisco. The new update aims at enhancing the overall user experience offered by its predecessor as well as adding a plethora of new features to witness the next major release.

It’s been few days we are using iOS 9. So far it didn’t disappoint us with its performance (apart from few bugs, but plausible because of beta release). We go in-depth comparing iOS 9 and iOS 8 finding notable changes you must be aware of.

iOS 9 Vs. iOS 8: Detailed Comparison 

Typefaces

San Francisco is the same font used in Apple Watch (watchOS), offering easier reading experience even on the small screen. San Francisco becomes Apple’s new identity by making its place into OS X, iOS and watchOS as the system font.

News App

Apple killed the Newsstand app – which was the part of iOS since 2011 – in iOS 9. A standalone Flipboard killer, called “News” is introduced in iOS 9. The newly introduced app pulls content from The New York Times, the Atlantic, Bon Appetit, and many more publications. The News app hasn’t made its way into the Beta 1 so, we couldn’t actually use it.

Notification Center

The Notification Center is tweaked marginally. It now includes a stock widget to show the battery status of iPhone and connected Apple Watch. This stock widget comes pre-installed only on iPhone and not iPad. Additionally, there’s a Find My Friends widget to get quickly sneak peek where your friends are. The screenshot isn’t given here as the battery widget works the best with Apple Watch paired.

App Drawer

The App Drawer (recent apps menu) gets redesigned in iOS 9. The Windows Phone like design featured in iOS 8 has been replaced with Android Lollipop like cards, but horizontal. The app cards are now placed on top of each other with their name appearing at the top instead of the bottom (as in iOS 8). The transitions have become a lot smoother.

Spotlight Search

iOS 9 takes the Spotlight Search to a whole new level. The traditional spotlight search has been redesigned with new interface and features. Much like iOS 8, you can access Spotlight Search by swiping down on the home screen. An additional way to access Spotlight Search is by swiping right from the first page of your homescreen (much like pre-iOS 7).

The welcome screen of the revamped search isn’t empty and sullen as before. The redesigned screen will be showing “Siri Suggestions” that include contact based on the people you talk the most, your appointments, and your recents.

Taking the scope global, you can use Spotlight Search to search for everything from contacts to sports results with results displayed right there. Using your current location, you’ll also be informed about the nearby places and trending news stories from that location.

Spotlight will also integrate third-party apps, which will bring almost endless possible searches.

Siri

What Siri offers now is the ability to search into your Camera Roll. You can ask Siri to search for your photos based on time and the location it was taken. For example, you want photos shot at Golden Gate Bridge – just say “Show photos from Golden Gate Bridge” which will quickly redirect you the Photos app. Similarly, you can also ask Siri to search for photos by date.

Siri has gone too far with app data synchronization. The overlaid personal assistant can be used to create contextual reminders in Safari, Notes and Mail app. For example, suppose you are reading an article in Safari, and you have no time to complete it. In this case, just call Siri and ask “Remind me about this” and it will place a Reminder. It also works while writing in Notes app or Mail app. Additionally, reminders are revamped with the ability to remind you at a specific location.

Apple Maps come with Siri integration that offers you the ability to search for transit directions. Limited to fewer cities, you can ask Siri “Get me transit directions from the San Francisco to One Infinite Loop”.

All your math equations and conversions can also be handled by Siri (by itself) without the association from WolframAplha. You can directly ask “What is 1024+512”, “Convert 3 inches to meters”, etc. Processing the equations without relying on third-party services has made Siri respond faster to these queries.

Proactive Assistant

Proactive is constantly monitoring your habits and learning them. After a point, your phone knows all your habits and starts helping you accordingly. You don’t have to worry about the privacy as your private data will never be compromised, says Apple.

Whenever you plug in the earphones, the Proactive will automatically launch music app. If you have the habit of calling someone at certain times, Proactive will start placing their contact in the Search when the appointed hour approaches. Similarly, if you are habitual to browse 9gag before going to bed, you’ll find the app placed in Search so that you can launch it with fewer gestures.

If you get a new contact through an email, Proactive will automatically add it to your contacts. Also, if you have planned a meeting through an email, the date, time and venue will be automatically added to your calendar.

iCloud Drive App Back Button

iOS 9 introduces a ‘Back’ button that allows you to go back to the search results or previous the app. If you have navigated to a different app through Spotlight search, the “Back to Search” button will appear in the status bar at the top of the screen. Hitting it will get you back to the search results.

Similarly, if you decide to respond to a receive a message whilst you are into another app, you’ll go into the messages app to reply and from where you can use the Back button to go back to the previous app which you were using.

Safari Reader Mode

The Reader Mode in Safari is enhanced with new tweaks aimed at easing the reading experience. With iOS 9, Safari adds the options to change the font size, the font and the background color in the Reader Mode. iOS 8 only allowed to change the font size. Safari in iOS 9 offers a better reading perspective to the user.

Sharing Shortcut

Ad Blockers in Safari

Safari extends its scope to a special case of extensions for ad blockers. Allowing the developers to develop an app with content blockers, you’ll be able to see a lot of such apps soon. Apps including such extensions will refrain images and scripts from loading in the browser.

Safari also lets you upload files directly from the iCloud Drive. Earlier, due to the ecosystem restrictions you were only allowed to upload photos to an online hosting from your camera roll. However, with the integration of iCloud Drive will allow you upload any file directly from iCloud Drive to any online hosting service.

Lowercase keyboard

iOS 9 finally adds a lowercase keyboard. Prior to this release, the virtual keyboard displayed capital letters even if you were typing in lowercase. Henceforth, if you haven’t turned on the Shift key, all the keys will be displayed in lowercase.

Keyboard as Trackpad Apple Maps

Apple Maps are gradually improving as iOS proceeds. With iOS 9, Apple Maps have gone too far. Due to heavy criticism in early days, the company is working on improving the user experience and making it less prone to bugs.

iOS 9 improved the Maps performance than iOS 8. Additionally, there is a variety of new features added to improve the efficiency. The search is enhanced with quick suggestions about nearby places. Apple also added transit information to Apple Maps. Although limited to fewer cities, it will help you navigate using public transport including, subways, buses, and even ferries.

To quickly point to your favorite location, Apple Maps include shortcuts for your Home, Office and also Favourites. You can add your addresses to these shortcuts and quickly get the route to/from it.

Photos app

Selecting multiple photos is buttery smooth now. Instead of selecting an individual photo, select one photo and slide your finger over the rest to select them all. However, if you want to eliminate any of the photos in between, you’ll have to deselect explicitly. Later you can mail all the selected photos without the restriction of 5 photos at a time. Similarly, you can also hit “Hide” option located in the Share sheet to hide your selected photos (which wasn’t possible in iOS 8).

Notes

Notes app has received a massive overhaul in iOS 9. Notes app in iOS is no longer restricted to take notes alone. The Evernote killer is being offered natively on every device running iOS 9.

In addition to text, you can draw, scribble or write in the Notes app. Variety of tools are provided including – pen, marker, pencil, and a ruler for the same. Additionally, in the landscape mode on iPhone you get to choose a plethora of colors for your pen. There’s also an eraser tool for obvious reasons.

Notes UI comes with a Camera button located at the bottom. You can use it to capture a photo directly from the camera or to select an already capture photo. Like Evernote, you can add lists to your notes as well.

Mail

Overcoming the drawbacks of iOS 8, Mail app in iOS 9 brings the ability to attach not only photos but also other files using iCloud Drive. The iCloud Drive integration has paved the newest release to attach files to your mail from your iCloud Drive.

While composing an email, long-pressing the mail body will show you the “Add Attachment” button that you can use to attach any file from the iCloud Drive.

Saving an attachment is made easy as never before. Long-pressing the attachment will open the Share sheet where the “Save Attachment” button is located. It opens the iCloud Drive document picker where you can select the folder you want to save your attachment.

It should be noted that Mail Drop doesn’t consume your iCloud storage. Apple has provided additional storage of 1 TB for Mail Drop. It comes with a clause that your attachments are stored only for 30 days.

Annotating attachment is now possible in the Mail app itself. It’s similar to the markup feature in OS X Yosemite.

Music

The stock music app gets a whole new look in iOS 9. The revamped player features a neat and better looking UI than iOS 8. Borrowing some elements from the stock music player from Android, it’s enhancing the music app usage experience.

Settings Search

Apple adds the ability to search within the Settings app in iOS 9. The feature that made its way into Android 5.0 last year has been the most awaited feature in iOS since then. The search bar makes its place at the top in the settings app. This search bar can quit your day job to navigate through the menus and sub-menus to find a particular setting toggle.

Battery Settings

Battery settings get a separate standalone menu in the Settings app, eliminating its identity inside the Usage submenu. Enter Low Power Mode, the newly added power profile that reduces performance and networking activity to extend battery life. It implicitly disables all the power hungry processes including Mail fetch, Background App Refresh, motion effects and animated wallpapers.

Low Power Mode is all about what user explicitly did to save his battery life in iOS 8. This mode will make it easier as you won’t have to disable every feature explicitly. The toggle for Battery Percentage is also added into the Battery settings menu.

Passcode

In iOS 9, Apple has set six-digit passcode pattern as the default passcode pattern for Touch ID devices (iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus). For non-Touch ID devices, it uses the traditional four-digit passcode pattern. However, either type of devices can use six-digit or four-digit by tweaking manually.

Camera Settings

Camera settings are revamped with the ability to switch the video recording mode. For all the newer devices (iPhone 5S and above) the toggle for “Record Video at 60 fps” – as seen in iOS 8 – has been replaced with a submenu featuring a list of 1080p HD at 30 fps, 1080p HD at 60 fps and 720p HD at 30 fps options.

The newly added 720p HD option (although useless) adds the ability to record at 720p resolution, which might come handy if you are running out of storage space.

Notification Settings

SIM Card Settings Side Switch

Auto-Lock

The minimum time for Auto-Lock in iOS 9 can be reduced from 1 minute to 30 seconds, which will eventually contribute to battery savings if you are onto it.

iOS 9 Compatible Devices

iPhone: iPhone 4s; iPhone 5, 5c, 5s and iPhone 6, 6 Plus

iPad: iPad Mini, Mini 2, Mini 3; iPad Air, Air 2; iPad 2, 3rd Generation, 4th Generation

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Yosemite & Ios 8 How

Now that Yosemite is out, with iOS 8 running on your iPhone, you can send and receive phone calls from your Mac and your iPad (also running iOS 8). This is one of the features of Continuity, which further integrates and connects your Mac and iOS devices. Continuity also includes Handoff, Instant Hotspot, AirDrop and SMS Relay (as part of the iOS 8.1 update).

Sending and receiving phone calls from the Mac and iPad is a benefit because sometimes when your iPhone rings it’s not where you are, but instead you are on your Mac or iPad. Now you can pick up the phone call directly from the Mac or iPad and don’t have to worry about stopping what you are doing to rush and find the phone. In this how-to article I will discuss how to set up and disable Phone Relay, how to send and receive iPhone Cellular Calls.

In order for iPhone Cellular Calls to work all of your devices have to be on the same Wi-Fi Network, running iOS 8, and signed into the same iCloud account. For example if you are an Apple family and have multiple iPhones, by being logged into the same iCloud account, this does cause a lot of confusion of having everyone’s device ring when the call is meant for a specific person. If the whole family is using the same iCloud account it is a good idea to change the iCloud account to avoid confusion.

When you open up Preferences, down at the bottom you want to make sure that iPhone Cellular Calls is checked on. If you do not want to send and receive calls from your Mac this is where you would uncheck it to turn it off. You do also have the option to choose where you want your phone call to be sent from either through your email address or your phone number, as this is what will be displayed when you call someone who doesn’t have you as a contact.

Now let’s check to make sure that iPhone Cellular Calls are set up on your iOS device. To do so, open up Settings and scroll down until you see FaceTime. You want to make sure that iPhone Cellular Calls is turned on.

This is where your Settings matter. For example if you keep iPhone Cellular Calls turned on your iPhone and Mac but off for your iPad, the call will ring on your iPhone and Mac. On the other hand, if you turn off iPhone Cellular Calls on your iPhone, but leave it on your Mac and on the iPad, only the iPhone will ring.

Now that iPhone Cellular Calls is set up, let’s discuss how it works. First we will discuss how to send calls.

Making phone calls on the iPad works exactly the same way as they do on the iPhone. You are able to tap on the number in Contacts or in Safari to place the call. However, if the number is not in your Contacts or if you cannot tap on it on Safari you cannot make the call.

Now that we discussed how to send calls, let’s discuss how to receive calls. When you receive a phone call on the Mac and iPad, just like the iPhone, you will see the caller’s name, number and picture if you added it.

When you receive a phone call on your Mac, your Mac will ring and a notification appears in the upper right hand corner of your computer screen.

If you weren’t able to answer the phone because you were busy, pressing on the arrow next to the word Decline, brings up options to Reply with Message, or it can set a reminder for you to call the person back in 5 minutes, 15 minutes, or from an hour when the person called. When you do any of those options, it stops the phone from ringing and the caller immediately gets your voice mail. If you were totally unavailable and completely missed the call a missed notification appears in the upper right hand corner of the screen.

Receiving phone calls on an iPad works the same way as receiving phone calls on an iPhone. You slide across to answer, have the options to either respond with a text message or set a reminder reminding you to call the person back in an hour. Also you receive a missed notification on the lock screen.

While on a phone call on either your Mac or iPad you can switch the phone call to go to your iPhone. You might need to do this on occasions when you need to run out, but still want to be on the phone call. To switch from your Mac or iPad to the iPhone your phone needs to be awake. You will see a green bar up at the top of the screen, that flashes with the words in white Touch to return to call. Tapping on that will switch the call to your iPhone. It works very seamlessly and the caller does not even notice any difference in the quality of the sound of the call.

This is how you send and receive phone calls from your Mac and iPad. Let us know if you find it beneficial being able to send and receive phone calls from your Mac and iPad.

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8 Best Offline Translator Apps For Android And Ios

If you are traveling to a foreign country then it’s essential to have a translator app for navigation, reading menus, understanding local phrases, and more. And if the translator app has offline capability then it’s even better. Since you are traveling to a new place, you can’t be sure about internet connectivity everywhere. In such a case, an offline translator app can be of immense help. So in this article, we bring you the 8 best offline translator apps for Android and iOS. You can download the language packs based on the country you are traveling and that’s all. On that note, let’s go ahead and unpack the list.

Best Offline Translator Apps for Android and iOS (November 2023)

What is an Offline Translator App?

An offline translator app allows you to translate texts into your native language without having internet connectivity. Generally, apps use internet services for analyzing and translating the texts correctly. However, there are certain apps that offer you all those translation perks while being completely offline.

With an offline translator app, people can converse in two languages in real-time, detect speech and translate accordingly, transcribe the voice, detect handwriting, take pictures and translate, and do much more.

List of Top Translator Apps for Android and iOS 1. Google Translate — Overall the Best

Note that you need to download the language pack before you can translate languages while being offline. Apart from that, it has a camera mode for instantly translating the language by simply pointing the camera to texts, menus, signage, and more.

Next, it has a conversation mode that works really well for live translation. Lastly, you get the Transcribe mode to speak and translate in real-time but it’s only available in 19 languages. Overall, I would say, Google Translate sets the bar high for a translator app and you get a seamless experience even when you are offline.

Key Features: Camera mode, Conversation mode, Transcribe Instantly, 59 languages supported, upload images and translate texts, Handwriting detection, and translation

2. Apple Translate — Best for iOS

If you are looking for the best offline translator app for iPhones then you should pick the new Apple Translate app. The app has been developed by Apple and currently supports up to 11 languages. The best part is that Apple Translate supports offline capability in all 11 languages. Sure, the language library is not as large as Google’s 59 languages, but Apple is continuously developing the app and will add new languages in the future.

As of now, it has major languages such as Chinese, French, German, Russian, and more. Other than that, you can get definitions of translated words, save translations, and have a conversation through real-time translation. In terms of feature set, it surely gives a good fight to Google Translate. For more information, you can read our comparison between Google Translate vs Apple Translate.

Key Features: Conversation mode, Transcribe Instantly, 11 languages supported, Free to use

3. Microsoft Translator — Improved Service

Similar to Google and Apple, Microsoft has also launched its Translator app that comes with offline support. In fact, Microsoft has improved the app so much that it now competes with Google Translate and Apple Translate. It’s one of the few offline translator apps to have support for more than 70 languages— surpassing Google’s 59 language support. That said, keep in mind, the offline support is only limited to the text mode.

Besides that, you can perform voice translation and have bilingual conversations side by side. The unique feature of Microsoft Translator is the ability to have multi-person conversations with up to 100 people. Just connect your devices with each other and converse in real-time. That’s amazing, right?

Not to mention, you have got camera and screenshot translation as well. All in all, I would say, Microsoft Translator is among the best offline translator apps and you should definitely give it a shot.

Install: Android / iOS (Free)

4. iTranslate Translator — Expensive But Great

Not to mention, there are popular phrasebooks available in different languages so that you can easily converse with locals in a foreign country. While the app is available on both Android and iOS, it works much better on iOS. So I would say, if the new Apple Translate app seems barebone to you then iTranslate Translator is the one you should pick for your iPhone. Note that most of the features are behind the paid subscription plan.

Install: Android / iOS (Free, offers in-app purchases)

5. Translate Now — Feature-packed

Translate Now is another offline translator app for iOS that works pretty well. It supports more than 110 languages, but offline translation is limited to over 30 languages only. Just like other offline translator apps, you have got voice translation, camera translation, AR translation, and more.

AR translation lets you find the word for objects around you. The unique part about Translate Now is that it comes with a Translator keyboard that allows you to type in more than 60 languages within your favorite apps. Not to mention, you can also create your own custom phrasebook for instant access. Considering all the points, I would say Translate Now is a reliable offline translator app for iOS and you can give it a shot.

Install: iOS (Free, offers in-app purchases)

6. Speak and Translate — Precise Translation

As the name suggests, Speak and Translate is a translator app modeled on the real-time translation of conversations. It’s an excellent iOS app that works phenomenally when you are connected to the internet. And if you are offline then you can translate texts in 59 languages without any issue. For your information, Speak and Translate support more than 117 languages so that is great.

There is also Snap mode which is basically camera translation; language detection during conversations, iCloud integration, and much more. Having said all of that, keep in mind, the app uses Microsoft and Google’s service in the backend to translate languages correctly. So if you want a powerful offline translator app for iOS then you can rely on Speak and Translate.

Install: iOS (Free, offers in-app purchases)

7. Naver Papago — AI Niceties

And unlike other apps on this list, it also works in offline mode during conversations, but it’s limited to basic expressions. Apart from that, you have got image translation, voice translation, handwriting detection, etc. In tandem, Naver Papago comes with some of the top-notch features and you simply can’t go wrong with it.

Install: Android / iOS (Free)

8. SayHi Translate — Best for Conversations

SayHi Translate is our final offline translator app on this list, but it’s pretty feature-packed and does the translation reliably well. It’s primarily made for having bilingual conversations in real-time. It supports a total of 50 languages but does not support offline mode for conversations.

Having said that, you can use the app in offline mode for clipboard translation, phrasebooks, saving translations, recording conversations, and more. What I love about this app is that it’s pretty fast at both transcribing and reading out the translated text.

Key Features: Supports around 50 languages, Best for bilingual conversations, Basic operations in offline mode, Speech recognition, Fast and precise

Install: Android / iOS (Free)

Frequently Asked Questions Q. What is the Best Offline Translator App?

I would definitely pick Google Translate as the best offline translator app. However, there are also other services such as Microsoft Translator and iTranslate Translator which offer a pretty good offline experience.

Q. Is There a Translator App that Doesn’t Require the Internet?

Yes, there are plenty of translator apps that don’t require the internet. We have curated the 8 best offline translator apps for both Android and iOS in our list. Some of them are Google Translate, Apple Translate and Microsoft Translator.

Q. Can I Use the Google Translate App Offline? Q. Which is the Best Free Translator App for iPhone?

I would have picked iTranslate as the best offline translator app for iPhone. However, the offline feature is not free. In that case, you can use the new Apple Translate app which supports around 13 languages and it’s free to use. Just update to iOS 14 and you will get the Apple Translate app.

Q. Is iTranslate Better than Google Translate?

I think Google Translate is better than iTranslate because Google’s service is entirely free and it works with more than 59 languages in offline mode. Whereas iTranslate can only work with 40 languages in offline mode and the feature is not available to free users.

Q. Is iTranslate Free?

Yes, iTranslate is free, but only for text translation. If you want to access offline mode, conversation mode, and camera translation then you will have to subscribe to its paid plan which starts at $3 per month.

Pick the Best Offline Translator App for Android and iOS

Ios 14.5 Now Available To Everyone; Here Are All Of The New Features

After a beta testing cycle that spanned nearly three months, iOS 14.5 is now available to everyone alongside iPadOS 14.5. You can update your iPhone or iPad by going to the Settings app, choosing General, then choosing Software Update. Read on for details on everything new in iOS 14.5.

What’s new in iOS 14.5?

iOS 14.5 is a major release for iPhone users with a number of notable new features. Here’s the rundown on all of them.

Apple Watch Unlock

The biggest change in iOS 14.5 is a new feature that allows you to unlock your iPhone with your Apple Watch when you’re wearing a face mask. This feature also requires watchOS 7.4, which is also rolling out to Apple Watch users today. To enable this feature, go to the Settings app on your iPhone, choose Face ID and Passcode, then look for the new “Unlock with Apple Watch” toggle.

After you update and enable this feature, your iPhone will unlock automatically with your Apple Watch the next time you wear a face mask. When your iPhone unlocks, you’ll receive a haptic feedback notification on your Apple Watch telling you that your iPhone was unlocked by the Apple Watch. There is also the option to quickly “Lock iPhone” directly from that Apple Watch notification.

App Tracking Transparency

iOS 14.5 also includes the new App Tracking Transparency feature. This requires that applications ask permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites. For example, when you open the Facebook app, you’ll see a prompt that says the app would like to track you across other apps and services. There will be two options from which to choose: “Ask App not to Track” or “Allow.”

In the “Privacy” section of the Settings app, you will also be able to see a list of applications that have requested permission to track you and make changes as you see fit.

iOS 14.5 brings new features to the Apple News application, including an all-new Search tab and a redesigned Apple News+ experience.

Redesigned News+ tab enables Apple News+ subscribers to quickly find, download, and manage magazine and newspaper issues

All-new Search experience that helps you find relevant topics, channels, and stories

Siri improvements

iOS 14.5 also makes several notable improvements to the Siri virtual assistant. First and foremost, there is a new Siri intelligence feature that helps the virtual assistant adapt to your preferring music application. Apple has explained that because there’s no specific setting in iOS where users can configure a “default” music service, this feature is designed specifically as a Siri intelligence feature.

This means that when you ask Siri to play a song for the first time after installing iOS 14.5, Siri will ask you which app you want to use. After tapping one of the options, it will become the default for all future commands. This works for apps like Spotify, Pandora, and Amazon Music.

Furthermore, Apple says that Siri will no longer default to a female voice starting with iOS 14.5. There are also two additional Siri voice options from which to choose. Apple has said that these changes are part of its ongoing commitment to diversity.

As reported by TechCrunch, the new voices use “source talent recordings that are then run through Apple’s Neural text to speech engine.” This allows the voices to “flow more organically,” even when phrases are being generated on the fly. The new voices are available in English-speaking countries.

Additionally, iOS 14.5 also makes improvements to the Siri voices in Ireland, Russia, and Italy, upgrading them from neural text to speech. This means that 38 voices are now using this new technology in total.

You can find the new Siri voices by going to the Settings app, choosing Siri and Search, then looking for the Siri Voice option.

New emoji

iOS 14.5 also adds over 200 new emoji for iPhone and iPad users. The new emoji come from the Emoji 13.1 specification that was certified back in 2023.

Support for separate skin tones for each individual in all variations of the couple kissing emoji and couple with heart emoji

New face emojis, heart emojis, woman with a beard emoji

Ahead of Apple Podcasts Subscriptions launching sometime in May, iOS 14.5 makes a handful of other improvements to the Podcasts application.

Podcasts Show Pages are redesigned to make it easier to start listening

Option to save and download episodes, automatically adding them to your Library for quick access

Download behavior and notification settings can be customized on a show-by-show basis

Top Charts and popular categories in Search help you discover new shows

Other tidbits

Other new features in iOS 14.5:

AirTag support

Horizontal boot screen on the iPad

Updates to the Music app, including swipe gestures, a lyrics sharing feature, and more

AirPlay 2 support for Fitness+ workouts

Waze-like features in Apple Maps

PS5 / Xbox Series X controller support

Apple introduces battery recalibration tool for iPhone with iOS 14.5

Dual SIM support enables 5G connectivity on the line that’s using cellular data on iPhone 12 models

Apple Music: Share your favorite lyrics using Messages, Facebook, and Instagram Stories, and subscribers can play the snippet in Messages without leaving the conversation

Apple Music: City charts showcase what’s popular in over 100 cities from all over the world

Reminders: Ability to sort reminders by Title, Priority, Due Date, or Creation date. New Print option as well.

Bug fixes

Apple also says that iOS 14.5 includes a host of bug fixes and performance improvements.

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Apple Releases Ios 8 For Iphone, Ipad And Ipod Touch

After more than three months in beta, iOS 8 brings actionable notifications, improved group chat support, new picture and voice messaging features in Messages, Continuity and Handoff, third-party Today widgets in Notification Center, sharing extensions and much more. Apple has released iOS 8 for almost all of its devices that run iOS 7. The full list of supported devices is as follows:

iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus

iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad with Retina Display, iPad mini, iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina Display

iPod touch, fifth-generation

iOS 8 adds new group messaging controls to the Messages app, a new focus on voice messages (using the microphone to record soundbites to send to friends) as well as quick shortcuts to picture attachments. You can also respond to incoming messages without losing your place in the system, by swiping down on the notification to reveal a quick-reply text box. Quick access to recent and favorite contacts is now accessible in the multitasking view,  at the top of the screen.

In Mail, swiping on table cells does more than simply delete messages. You can mark as read, flag, archive or delete with the various quick action shortcuts that are presented. This is customizable in Mail settings, too, if you want a different configuration. Mail also makes the New Message view less modal in iOS 8. You can now drag it down to the bottom of the screen, midst composition, to reference another email in your inbox. Simply tap on the docked ‘window’ to restore it. It’s a UI interaction that I really like and hope becomes more pervasive across the system.

The Health app is a brand new addition for iOS 8, as well. It acts as a central location for all your health and fitness data. You can view charts of anything that is being tracked and favorite specific statistics to view on your Dashboard. The Health app is an integral part of the Apple Watch, which will be available early in 2024.

Whilst the Health app is exclusive to iPhone, the iPad has some device specific enhancements too. Most notably in Safari, there is a brand new tab view for iPad. It collects tabs into groups based on hostname, making management of multiple websites a lot easier to deal with. You can simply drag and drop tabs to rearrange them. iCloud Tabs are now visible below this grid view, reminiscent of the iPhone interface. You can pinch-zoom in both directions to enter and exit the tab overview mode. It feels really fluid and smooth, even on older hardware.

Spotlight search has also been overhauled with some new features across both iPhone and iPad. You can now search for nearby points of interest, movie times, news and much more right from the search box on your Home Screen. Spotlight will also flag up Wikipedia articles about your query inline.

Much of iOS 8 relies on developers updating their apps to support the new technologies, which is happening as we speak. Soon, apps like Facebook will show buttons in their notifications to quickly act upon their content, contextually. The Health app will also become much more powerful when third-party developers integrate with HealthKit to supply the app with more information. You can also add third-party widgets to Notification Center, as long as the app includes one.

Stay tuned to 9to5Mac as we will be publishing roundups of these categories of apps soon, like custom keyboards and sharing extensions, so you can try out all the new features as soon as possible.

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15 Features Ios 15 ‘Borrowed’ From The Jailbreak Community

Apple on Monday announced a multitude of upcoming software updates for its many device offerings, as the company always does during its annual WWDC keynote address.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, much of the excitement encompasses the newly announced iOS & iPadOS 15 software updates, which bring a truckload of new features to Apple’s mobile handsets are expected to launch publicly this Fall.

Developers can already download and install beta versions of the iOS & iPadOS 15 software updates for testing, and thanks to this, we can already spot several things that seem to have drawn inspiration from existing jailbreak tweaks in our community. In this piece, we’ll discuss 15 of them.

15 things iOS & iPadOS 15 ‘borrowed’ from the jailbreak community 1) Focus

Apple is trying to help iPhone and iPad users eliminate distractions when they’re trying to concentrate on a particular task, and that’s the chief reason behind a new feature in iOS & iPadOS 15 called Focus.

If you’ve been jailbreaking a while, then the concept probably sounds familiar. That’s because a jailbreak tweak released in 2023 called PureFocus tried to accomplish a similar task by boosting productivity with the elimination of distractions.

2) Redesigned notifications

Did you notice iOS & iPadOS 15’s redesigned notifications? We sure did, and they look great!

3) Messaging notification prioritization

As you might’ve noticed, Apple’s new notification system in iOS & iPadOS 15 also tries to prioritize notifications sent to you by actual people from various types of messaging apps. In doing so, it drops less-important notifications into a type of notification summary.

Contacy is a recently released jailbreak tweak that does something similar, albeit in a vastly different way. Much like iOS & iPadOS 15, it tries to prioritize your messaging notifications at the top so you can answer them more promptly, while leaving less important notifications for you to glance at later.

4) Low Power Mode for iPad

We’re cheering very loudly for this official change, but it’s worth crediting the jailbreak community on this one since a jailbreak tweak called LPMPad first brought Low Power Mode to the iPad platform more than a year ago.

5) Webpage grid in Safari

Another thing we see obvious resemblances in is the new Safari grid-based tabbed browsing on the iPhone.

6) Web content at a glance in Spotlight

iOS & iPadOS 15 appear to be spending some quality time improving the Spotlight user experience; namely the search results, which are now much more web driven.

Glancing at detailed web results right from the Spotlight interface isn’t a new idea, however, as the concept initially debuted back in 2012 with the release of a jailbreak tweak called WebSpot. Apple just gave it the extra sparkle it needed, of course.

7) Separation Alerts

Yet another interesting new feature of iOS & iPadOS 15 is that the operating system can now notify you when you leave a specific item behind – such as one of your AirTags.

Recent jailbreakers will likely remember a jailbreak tweak called Proximitus, which offers nearly the same functionality on pwned handsets for things like your AirPods.

8) Home Screen widgets on iPad

If you’ve been using iOS and iPadOS 14 all this time, then you might have felt slightly short-changed by the fact that full-fledged Home Screen widgets were limited to the iPhone.

iPadOS 15 will finally change this, but it’s worth noting that iPadOS 14 users could have used a jailbreak tweak like Anywhere Widgets for iPad to accomplish the same thing.

9) Wheel-based date picker

iOS & iPadOS 14 replaced the classic wheel-based date picker (right) with a more inline date picker (left) that didn’t jibe so well with Apple’s user base.

Apple appears to be walking this back in iOS & iPadOS 15, but it’s worth noting that a jailbreak tweak for iOS & iPadOS 14 called Date Picker – Wheels already did this.

10) App Library on iPad

In addition to Home Screen widgets, iPadOS 15 also brings the coveted App Library to the iPad.

Typically limited to iPhones, the App Library could have been ported to the iPad on iPadOS 14 with a jailbreak tweak called App Library Enabler. Apple’s just turning around and making this a native feature now.

11) Notes from anywhere

Apple’s iPadOS 15 update is allowing iPad users to effectively write notes from anywhere in the operating system.

Its worth noting that jailbreakers have been able to do this for years with the help of jailbreak tweaks like Libellum and Notepad.

12) Magnifying Glass returns

Apple did away with the magnifying glass while text editing in iOS 14, but it’s making a comeback in iOS 15.

Jailbreakers have been able to enjoy the magnifying glass this entire time, all thanks to a jailbreak tweak called Loupe.

13) App Privacy Report

Apple is amping up the privacy features in iOS & iPadOS 15, so much so that the company will be incorporating a per-app report that educates users about the types of information each app accesses and for how long.

It wasn’t long ago that we showed you a jailbreak tweak called NetFence. While it was more of an outgoing firewall, it could monitor the background activity of the traffic leaving your device, offering similar user-friendly reports of what apps are doing when you aren’t looking.

14) Pull to refresh in Safari

Pull to refresh, a popular feature that exists in many different apps for the iOS & iPadOS platform, was missing from the Safari web browser all this time. But it’s finally coming natively with the release of iOS & iPadOS 15.

The idea isn’t new however, as a jailbreak tweak called Pull To Refresh Safari was released back in 2010 that offered this exact feature to those with pwned handsets.

15) Visual Look Up

Both iOS & iPadOS 15 feature powerful machine learning that can identify objects in a camera frame and allow the user to learn more about those objects via a web search.

This feature previously existed in an app called Iryss that was released back in 2023, and while it was actually an App Store app, we still wanted to mention it because this app was created by a jailbreak community developer. It is therefore our thought process that the idea originated in our very own jailbreak community.

Conclusion

Apple is continuously adding new features to its mobile operating systems, and while the jailbreak community is historically first to implement features before Apple, it should be noted that Apple isn’t always technically “stealing” from the jailbreak community, despite how it seems.

In any case, we’re happy to see Apple’s mobile operating systems evolve, as we’re particularly fond of this ecosystem. We do hope, however, that the jailbreak community continues innovating, as it appears to illuminate pathways for improving Apple’s mobile operating systems as time goes on.

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