Stardew Valley for iPhone and iPad received a major update today, introducing several new, improved control options.
There are new options for a virtual joystick or invisible joystick, along with the option to add an action/attack button. A joypad adjuster tool lets you customize your onscreen controls, and there’s now support for Made for iPhone Bluetooth controllers.
The auto attack feature has been improved so you’re always facing the nearest foe, and it’s easier to run from monsters in dangerous situations.
From the toolbar, you can now slide up and down to access everything in your inventory, and there are stability improvements [...]
Apple today shared a new how to video that’s designed to walk new iPhone users through using the Depth Control feature on the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR.
Depth Control, a feature new to the 2018 iPhones, lets you adjust the amount of background blur in a photo taken with Portrait Mode using either the front or rear camera.
Depth Control can be accessed by choosing a Portrait Mode photo from the Photos app, selecting the „Edit“ button, and using the slider at the bottom of the screen to adjust the blur from f/1.4 (maximum blur) to f/16 (no blur).
Depth Control is available when editing an already-captured photo and as of iOS 12.1, [...]
Apple today announced that it plans to release iOS 12.1 to the public tomorrow following its Brooklyn event that is expected to see the debut of new iPad Pro models and refreshed Macs.
As we’ve discovered in the betas, iOS 12.1 introduces several important new features.
The update brings support for Group FaceTime, the feature designed to let users chat with up to 23 people at one time. Group FaceTime was present in the iOS 12 beta, but it was removed from the iOS 12 launch to provide Apple with additional time to develop the feature.
Other FaceTime features are included in iOS 12.1 as well, such as automatic detection of active speakers, ringless [...]
The Siri Remote that comes with the Apple TV certainly has its critics. Some users find the glass Touch surface over-sensitive in the way it registers directional taps and swipes, which can make navigating onscreen menus a slalom-like experience where you’re constantly having to correct for overshoot.
Not only that, the minimalist design of the Siri Remote isn’t very tactile and there’s no button backlighting, which means once you’ve dimmed the lights it’s almost impossible to know whether you’re even holding it the right way round.
Thankfully, there are alternative (and easier) ways to control your Apple TV. One solution is to [...]