HomeBarSizer lets you resize the iPhone X’s Home Bar

How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND

Since the public release of the Electra jailbreak for iOS 11, we’ve seen a bevy of jailbreak tweaks explicitly designed for the iPhone X. Some of the most recent ones focus on the handset’s Home Bar – the bar at the bottom of the screen that you use to close apps, multitask, etc.

A new free release dubbed HomeBarSizer by iOS developer Kiran Patil is no different. As the name suggests, it will let you customize both the size and appearance of your iPhone X’s Home Bar so you can achieve the look and feel you desire…. Read the rest of this post here

HomeBarSizer lets you resize the iPhone X’s Home Bar” is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.


Cash For Apps: Make money with android app

9 New Android Devices That Blatantly Copied iPhone X’s Notch

How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND

The clones are attacking at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Clones, specifically, that basically steal the iPhone X’s distinctive sensor “notch.” The notch, undoubtedly, is a contentious issue. Many people hate it, while others don’t mind it. But that controversy hasn’t stopped a slew of Android makers from just blatantly copying the design — […]
Read More…
iDrop News
Cash For Apps: Make money with android app

iPhone X’s Face ID vs Samsung Galaxy S9’s Intelligent Scan: The Key Differences Explained

How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND

Earlier this week, Samsung announced the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The company’s latest flagship handsets are iterative upgrades over their predecessors and pack some major internal upgrades and a revamped camera with a variable aperture at the rear. They also feature an improved biometric verification system, with Samsung still being the only company in the market apart from Apple to offer a form of biometric scanning more secure than face unlock and fingerprint sensor — iris scanning.  Continue reading
iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog
Cash For Apps: Make money with android app

Apple sponsoring ‘Machine Vision Conference’ in Israel, will lead discussion on the iPhone X’s True Depth system

Apple is slated to play a role in the Israel Machine Vision Conference in Tel Aviv next month. The company is listed as a sponsor for the event, while one of its video engineering leads is slated to lead a presentation…



Apple video explains how iPhone X’s Portrait Lighting effects were created

Apple last evening posted a new video to its official YouTube channel, offering a rare behind the scenes look at how the Portrait Lighting effects on iPhone X were created…. Read the rest of this post here

Apple video explains how iPhone X’s Portrait Lighting effects were created” is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.


Apple details how it developed the iPhone X’s ‘Portrait Lighting’ feature

iPhone X Camera

While the iPhone today is capable of taking absolutely stunning and arguably best-in-class photos, that wasn’t always the case. Going back in time a bit, the original iPhone camera was nothing special. In fact, the original iPhone camera wasn’t even respectable relative to what other smartphone manufacturers were releasing at the time. Over time, though, Apple began to invest more in camera technologies and it wasn’t long before new iPhone models were routinely setting new standards of excellence for mobile photography.

In recent years, Apple has undeniably taken mobile photography to the next level, thanks in large part to the company’s control of both the iPhone hardware and software. Most recently, Apple released a camera feature it dubs Portrait Lighting. The feature itself takes advantage of the iPhone’s dual camera scheme and enables users to take photos designed to resemble professional shots that would ordinarily be taken in a studio environment.

Currently available on the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone 7 Plus, Portrait Lighting in iOS 11 is truly remarkable. And speaking to the lengths Apple went to perfect it, the company earlier today released a new ad which details how the feature was brought into existence.

As detailed in the video below, Apple worked with global image makers and top photographers in order to get the lighting effects just right. What’s more, Apple implemented advanced machine learning concepts to help create “studio-quality portraits.”

Apple has always been a company known to sweat the small stuff, and the video above is just yet another example of the company’s unrivaled attention to detail.

Apple – BGR

Apple may have just confirmed that all 2018 iPhones will have the iPhone X’s new design

iPhone X 2018 Release Date

Reports from multiple independent sources say that Apple will launch three iPhones in 2018, and they’ll all have the same design as last year’s iPhone X. The notch, which cuts into the top side of the display to make room for Face ID camera components, the speaker, and the new selfie camera will be found on all new models this coming September. That also means no new iPhones will have a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, of course.

Apple doesn’t comment on speculation about unreleased products, but the company just hinted that the rumors about 2018 iPhones might be true.

Apple will require that all new apps to natively support the iPhone X’s new display format starting April, 9to5Mac relays. That may very well be a hint that three iPhone X successors are indeed in the works, complete with notched displays.

By requiring developers to support the 5.8-inch iPhone X Super Retina display, Apple is practically making sure that all apps going forward will look good on all-screen iPhones that are notched. After all, because of the notch, Apple had to issue specific app design guidelines for the iPhone X last year.

For now, only new apps must adhere to this policy, but in the near future, Apple may require developers to do the same with app updates for current apps as well.

All new apps must be built using the iOS 11 SDK, Apple told developers in an email, encouraging them to use the new tools available within the latest SDK. “Your apps can deliver more intelligent, unified, and immersive experiences with Core ML, ARKit, new camera APIs, new SiriKit domains, Apple Music integration, drag and drop for iPad, and more,” Apple said.

Apple – BGR

Apple says all new iOS apps must accommodate the iPhone X’s notch

If you’re building a new iOS app this year, you’ll have to ensure that it fully supports the iPhone X’s Super Retina Display – which means that it’ll have to accommodate the notch, reports 9to5Mac. The rule comes into effect from April 2018 and concerns apps submitted from then onwards; Apple will also require devices to use the iOS 11 SDK for their builds. That’s not surprising, given that the iPhone X did fairly well last year. According to Canalys, Apple shipped 29 million of them in Q4 2017, and KGI Securities claims that the company will launch a 6.1-inch…

This story continues at The Next Web

Or just read more coverage about: iOS,iPhone,Apple
Apple – The Next Web

Apple’s latest videos show off iPhone X’s portrait selfies

Apple published a new set of videos today giving iPhone X owners some more tips on how to get the most out Apple’s most advanced camera ever. The new videos show how to take advantage of the new Portrait mode selfies feature on the iPhone X and the best way to edit them. There’s also […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Cult of Mac