The obvious battery issue with an iPhone is we want it to last as long as we require it. Now with every passing year, although they are shipped embedded with high-end processors, better display with higher resolution but the progress in terms of battery technology is not at par. Before getting any deeper let me tell you that there are two factors that need to be taken care of parallel or optimized together for experiencing the best phase of your iPhone battery life or any other apple device.
An Apple Developer Account is the primary requirement to publish your iOS application on the Apple App Store. The same account serves the purpose of multiple application submission. You can watch the video to set up your Apple developer account or follow the step mentioned below to quickly create an iOS Developer Account.
It is quite evident that iOS app development will continue to dominate the technology in all sphere of life in future as it is today. Smartphone users will grow from 4 billion users in last year to almost 5 billion users in 2017. Mobile app development will further grow into newer dimensions. In order to execute a new mobile development policy, a very strong and comprehensive understanding of latest trends emerging currently is required. Here i discuss key trends that are imperative to ensure quick and quality development in 2017.
Startups have always been a bit apprehensive regarding the merits of Android or iOS when it narrows down to to app development. Developers use to believe that building an iOS app was beneficial that will bring in more traffic, extra users and more profit. Today the scenario is changed and it is tricky to figure out whether choose iOS or Android app development for building a business app. You need to focus over important factors discussed here.
Google has successfully begun testing a new feature in its Google Maps app for android users that would only allow data to be downloaded by a Wi-Fi connection. This unique feature will help users with the limited data plan as well.
Select users can find the mode in the Maps settings menu in place of the “Offline areas” option. When it enabled, the app will suddenly warns that a small amount of mobile data may still be used, but significantly less than usual. The switch essentially cuts Maps off from cellular data, only loading new information over Wi-Fi, the app will working similarly to the “Use Cellular Data for” option switches in iOS’ own Settings app.