The iPod has had a good run since Apple first introduced it a decade and half ago. But apparently, the tech giant is now discontinuing specific iPod models for good. The company has recently and quietly removed the iPod nano and the iPod shuffle from its official website, with their respective product pages nowhere to be seen. Sure, iPod nano and iPod shuffle units are still made available in various retail outlets everywhere, but Apple fans may get the feeling that, sooner or later, these iPod models will be completely biting the dust soon.
You probably have heard already about Apple’s very recent official unveiling of iOS 11, the newest version of the company’s iOS mobile operating system. As far as anyone knows, the latest version will likely be rolled out in September later this year. But as early as know, it pays to know which iPhone devices and iPad models will getting updated to iOS 11.
Basically, all Apple devices launched before 2013 will probably not get iOS 11. But just to be sure, Apple has published an official list of compatible devices (scroll down below)
Apple has rolled out the first public beta of its latest update to iOS 10 (the final one before iOS 11 is released). Despite some rumored features not making the cut, like the Theater mode (which lets users dull the colors of the display screen to allow for easier viewing in low light conditions, there are some notable features of the newest update that owners of iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices should watch out.
The latest version of Apple’s iOS mobile operating system -- iOS 10 -- has now been officially announced by the iPhone maker during its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) held in the city of San Francisco in California. iOS 10 is sure to generate some buzz especially with the wide range of features that Craig Federighi, the senior vice president of Apple’s Software Engineering division, highlighted on stage at the 2016 WWDC. Some of the soon to be talked about features include an enhanced Siri, facial recognition, an improved Messages app, and a redesigned Apple Music interface, among many others.
To date, the biggest wireless carrier in all of America does not support Apple’s Wi-Fi calling technology, which lets mobile users make and take phone calls via Wi-Fi connections on other iCloud connected handsets such as iPad tablets and Apple Watch devices. So, too, are a couple of prepaid brands of another major US wireless carrier, Sprint -- namely Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile -- which currently still do not have support for any of the Wi-Fi tech that the iPhone maker has begun using since it launches its iOS 8 mobile operating system back in 2014.
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