The iPhone 6 Plus is the first iPhone that lets you rotate the home screen when using the device in landscape mode, but the way that Apple rearranges icons in this orientation isn’t too popular with users. Here’s why sequential app reordering is a problem, and what Apple can to do fix it in a future iOS update.
With Thursday’s unveiling of the new 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display, Apple now offers “Retina” quality displays in all product categories: phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop. While the benefit of a Retina display varies greatly depending on the overall size of the panel and distance from the average user’s eyes during use, we were curious about how the new Retina iMac’s display compared to other Retina displays in terms of pixel density.
A neat new feature of the iPhone 6 Plus’ landscape mode is the ability to have a sliding visual preview of iOS 8 folder pages. By giving a user the visual context of surrounding folder pages and apps, navigating a large folder is made much easier. Read on for more on how to use iOS 8 home screen folders in landscape mode on the iPhone 6 Plus.
Many models of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are still in short supply, but instead of manually checking with every iPhone retailer to see if your desired model is in stock, let the service iDeviceChecker do the hard work for you.
TekRevue’s Jim Tanous joined architect and podcaster Neal Pann and host Chuck Joiner on the latest episode of MacJury to discuss the good, bad, and potentially ugly aspects of Apple’s latest smartphones.
Voice over LTE (voLTE) is the long-awaited feature that will not only improve call quality, but also let iPhone users on CDMA networks use voice and data simultaneously. Verizon has just enabled the featured for supported smartphones; read on to find out how to enable voLTE on your Verizon iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple’s new iPhones are notably larger than their predecessors, and some users may find it difficult to comfortably reach every on-screen button or menu, especially while using the iPhone one-handed. To increase one-handed usability, Apple has introduced a new feature exclusive to the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iOS 8: “Reachability.” Read on to learn how to enable and use the feature.