Apple was one of the first companies on the market for smartphones, so it’s no coincidence that they are still coming out with great updates. The iOS 13 update is going to give iPhone users what they want out of their phones – speed and reliability. Apple has even opted to give users easy access to dark mode. In this video from Marques Brownlee, you’ll get to know what to expect from the new update and if you’re not an iPhone user, you’ll find out what you’re missing!
You may have heard of this iOS operating system before — it’s pretty popular with the kids and their iPhones these days.
Obviously, developers who specialize in iOS continue to grow in demand as companies and organizations in all industries regularly innovate their mobile strategies to remain ahead of the curve. For an aspiring IT professional, or a seasoned one looking to diversify their skillset, developing the right skills to be an iOS Developer is a sure way to open up more opportunities.
If you’re working on your checklist of skills to learn or improve and have any interest in Apple’s operating system, then this video from ForrestKnight is worth a watch. In under 10 minutes, he goes through the top 7 skills you must have if you want to get into that field.
Earlier this week, Apple finally released iOS 12 and reviews have been pretty exciting so far. While many features are unchanged, there are at least 19 new things you can do on your Apple device that you couldn’t do before. The even better news is that, rather than having to discover the new features on your own, Gizmodo did the heavy lifting for us! Here’s a summary of their list, and you can see their post for all the details.
- Create your own Memoji
- Add stickers and text
- Spot repeated passwords
- Clear notifications quickly
- Share photos more easily
- Search for photos more easily
- Tackle your smartphone addiction
- Browse for ebooks more easily
- Measure objects with augmented reality
- Enjoy shared AR experiences
- Be disturbed less
- Get more from Siri
- Browse the web in peace
- Use Google Maps in CarPlay
- Update iOS automatically
- Get more from Stocks
- Use gestures on your iPad
- Build your own Siri Shortcuts
- Make group video calls in FaceTime
What is the Preferred Cell Phone of Technology Professionals?
You’re well aware that as an IT expert, everybody comes to you for advice about their technology. They want to know the best functioning computer, most intelligent anti-virus software, most compatible browser — the questions are endless. One common question tech experts get is related to smartphones and which operating system is better. With this month’s Contractor Quick Poll, we intend to put that question to bed once and for all.