Maandag 21 Oktober 2019

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9to5 Mac: all your Apple related news

Apple engineer explains how the incredibly useful Security Code AutoFill feature came to be

One of the most useful new features to come to iOS over the last several years has been Security Code AutoFill. Added in iOS 12, this feature autofills the security code authentication text messages you receive from banks, websites, and more. On Twitter this weekend, an Apple software engineer has offered a fun look at how the feature was developed. more… The post Apple engineer explains how the incredibly useful Security Code AutoFill feature came to be appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Dark Mode in iOS 13 significantly helps iPhone battery life, robotic test shows [Video]

Dark Mode is one of the tentpole features of iOS 13 this year, and is rolling out quickly to third-party apps and websites. A new test from PhoneBuff this weekend aims to discover just how much better Dark Mode is for battery life than Light Mode. more… The post Dark Mode in iOS 13 significantly helps iPhone battery life, robotic test shows [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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This week’s top stories: iOS 13.1.3, Beats Solo Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and more

In this week’s top stories: iOS 13.1.3 brings more bug fixes, new iPhone SE 2 details, Beats releases the Solo Pro headphones, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news. more… The post This week’s top stories: iOS 13.1.3, Beats Solo Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Comment: A news focused Apple Start Page would be a welcome upgrade for Safari

A few weeks ago, I was having some issues where I couldn’t get my VPN to work on my laptop. I was running the beta of macOS Catalina, so I decided to fix the problem by just reformatting and setting up my laptop from scratch. Thanks to iCloud and the Mac App Store, doing a new install of macOS is pretty easy time-wise. It did fix the problem, but as I was changing my Safari Start Page back to DuckDuckGo, I had a thought. Why hasn’t Apple built a default “Start Page” for Safari to create a tremendous first-run experience for Apple products? more… The post Comment: A news focused Apple Start Page would be a welcome upgrade for Safari appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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