Giphy today announced an update for its iOS app, bringing its GIF-sharing keyboard extension to any app that supports multimedia, including Mail, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Instagram, and more. The update also introduces a „Sticker Maker“ feature exclusive to iPhone X, XS, XS Max, and XR devices that have Apple’s TrueDepth Camera system (via Engadget).
Sticker Maker allows iPhone X owners to turn selfies into custom animated GIF stickers, which you can then share in Apple iMessage and any other texting app. In the Giphy app this feature can be found in the „Plus“ symbol tab, tap „Sticker“, and then you can take your photo. The image has [...]
Apple today released the watchOS 5.1.2 update to the public, and the update implements a much-anticipated ECG feature for all Apple Watch Series 4 users in the United States.
Following the launch of the new update, we installed the software and went hands-on with the ECG function to see just how it works.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. An ECG, or electrocardiogram, is designed to measure the electrical activity of the heart to detect abnormal rhythms and diagnose serious heart conditions.
The Apple Watch Series 4 allows users to take a single-lead electrocardiogram to keep an eye on heart health. This isn’t as informative [...]
Former Apple intern Christian Selig has released version 1.4 of Apollo, the popular Reddit client developed with Apple’s iOS design guidelines in mind. The latest update introduces a raft of highly requested features, including quick switching accounts and new subreddit preferences to add to its existing plethora of options.
For those who like to access multiple Reddit accounts through the Apollo app, the new quick switching feature can be activated by long-pressing the Accounts tab in the bottom tab bar.
Over on the subreddit option front, it’s now possible to use specific sorting, where where Apollo can remember preferred sorting preferences on a per [...]
Apple includes an accessibility feature in iOS that’s useful if you have a visual impairment, but can even come in handy if your eyes are simply tired or you’re struggling to read something like small print, especially in poor light.
It’s called the Magnifier, and has several advantages over just opening up the camera app and zooming in to get a better look at something.
Enabling it is easy: Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad, navigate to General -> Accessibility -> Magnifier, and toggle on the Magnifier switch.
After that, all you need to do to use it is triple-click the Side button (or Home button, depending on your [...]