At WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), Apple gave out awards to the best designed apps of 2015. All of these apps are beautifully crafted, with intuitive controls that make them a joy to use. Take a look at all of the winners:
You may have seen an alert called “Carrier Settings Update” on your iPhone at one point or another. While you should always exercise caution before installing updates from prompts, you can rest assured that carrier settings updates are legitimate. Carrier settings updates are pushed to your phone straight from Apple and your carrier (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, etc).
After sparking a firestorm of streaming-service criticism by pulling her entire catalogue from Spotify earlier this year, Taylor Swift published an open letter to Apple on Sunday explaining why she would be pulling her new album, "1989," from the new Apple Music service. Apple initially announced the new service would include a three-month free trial for customers, during which artists would not be paid royalties for their songs. Apple justified this practice by claiming they would pay higher royalties than similar streaming services once the money started flowing in.
You click a link while browsing the Web in Safari and, all of the sudden, the App Store pops up displaying what seems to be a random app. What happened? Clicking on the wrong spot can cause a redirect, which is preventable in Safari for iOS 8 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch as well as Safari for OS X Yosemite for Mac.