Apple News With Added Bananas
Simple Amazfit Watchface Builder
Fabio Barbon has created a great utility called Simple Amazfit Watchface Builder (SAWFB). SAWFB is an easy way to create new watch faces for your Amazfit Pace or Stratos smartwatch. To get started just register and and login. You will find the [New Watchface] button on the home page. You can specify analog or digital or both, choose from a selection of background colours and watch hands, or upload your own designs and fonts.Continue reading
This page creates 320×320 png images of checkerboard pixels alternating the given two RGB colours.
Checkerboard images are free to download and use for any purpose. Code runs client-side in your browser.Continue reading
Group FaceTime Bug
Apple has released iOS 12.1.4 to fix the group FaceTime privacy bug. I highly recommend updating to 12.1.4.Continue reading
In light of the recent Apple-rule-breaking from Facebook and Google, who do you think would win in a war between Apple and (Facebook + Google)?
The iPhone 6 Battle
Apple won’t always immediately agree to replace your old iPhone battery. Sometimes you have to battle a genius or two to get what you need.
My wife uses an iPhone 6. She has had it for a few years now, and has kept it in reasonably good condition. Phone batteries degrade over time, and over the last few months the phone would only last a very short time before suddenly shutting down. Eventually it stopped working all together and would not even turn on. So we took it to the Apple store expecting to get a new battery. Continue reading
Go on, you know you want to! A recent rash of articles have said that there is generally no need to swipe away iOS apps. In fact, it tends to be better not to. However, with the way some people are talking, it sounds like you could cause a nuclear disaster if you can’t resist the urge to swipe those apps.
Despite all the recent hoo-ha, there are some good reasons to swipe away iOS apps. Here are a few Continue reading
There is a lot to like about iOS 10. On my iPhone 5, folders and apps launch and close snappily and there are some great new features such as widgets on the search and home screen.
However, when you do things too quickly iOS can get a bit mixed up. This is a screen shot of what happened when I double-clicked the home button (app-switching) and tilted my phone at the same time (causing rotation).