There has been an influx in the number of people searching for “does iOS 7 make my phone waterproof” on FAVES + CO. It’s because a nasty little prank has popped up on places, like Twitter, saying when dropped in water an emergency water switch will protect the phone. It’s important to know that iOS 7 does not make your phone waterproof. So, don’t go throwing your phone into the pool, your toilet or a big glass of juice just to see if it works.
If you’ve bravely ventured into the world of Apple’s newly released iOS 7, then you’re probably going through a learning curve. That is, unless you’re one of the developers who got access pre-launch. For the rest of us, we’re learning a new version of an operating system we knew well and it takes a minute. Here are seven tips to get you started:
Welcome to the FAVES + CO. Weekly Recap. It’s our rundown of the top stories from the week you can read in five minutes or less. We want to make being in-the-know on all things digital, social and tech as easy as possible. Here is our top 10 rundown to keep your digital IQ above par.
Today’s Apple announcement at WWDC showcased two new iPhones, the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. The three biggest takeaways were: M7 motion chip, the camera and Touch ID–fingerprint security. Find out more about these to decide if one of the next generations iPhones will soon be yours:
As Apple gears up for the announcement of the next iPhone, invitations have been sent out a small number of media. Taking place at their Cupertino, California headquarters on September 10, at 10:00 a.m. PT., we’ll find out all we need to know. Until then, enjoy looking at all of the invitations sent out to media throughout the iPhone’s lifespan.
On July 10, 2013 Apple will celebrate the fifth birthday of the App Store. Since its inception it has surpassed 50 billion downloads, made developers more than $10 billion and has been the home to over 900,000 apps. Today, Apple launched a “5 Years of the App Store” section in the App Store, complete with milestones.