iOS 10: All the New Features, Tips and Guides

iOS 10: All the New Features, Tips and Guides

Apple iOS 10 and Its Features

It is the era of iPhones, the more trendy and innovative feature and technology the phone will have, it’s more likely to tempt all the iPhone lovers. Apple’s iOS 10 has introduced such features that it has turned the whirlwind leading to buzz in among the phone mongers. Before, being enticed by all the new features one must remember the fact that every new creation brings with it new troubles.

So, development does not only provide benefits, but it also bears many underlying disadvantages which one must take note of. As all that glitters is not gold. So, before upgrading your iphone to iOS 10 be doubly sure regarding the shortcuts with which it baits its users.The upgraded version ladens you with several revolutionary features. You get a more advanced version of iMessaging, where messaging becomes more becomes a lot more of fun. With this is upgraded version of messaging, you can now express your emotions with a more heightened sense of accuracy.

The entire sticker package is a lot of fun. Along with the stickers you also get many animations with a dynamic, non-monochromatic appearance borrowed from facebook messenger that too without any legal liabilities.

A highly functional version of your Home App where you can access all your HomeKit-compatible products that too from any screen. Hence, you can now manage your setting as per your preference and set all your apps the way you want them to be.

It leads to easy and hassle free accessing of all your apps and those which you to access very frequently you can even arrange those apps in a single group, but for that you need to have Home-Kit-compatible products. The controlling of the entire setting is in your grip now and you can mould the way you chose to.

Visual voicemail is common to every version of iPhones for that you do not need to upgrade your phone to iOS 10, but if you do update it to the latest version then you will be privileged with a high voicemail transcription, where you will get a full transcription as you tap a message, but you need to be careful in terms of its accuracy and it will not function on wireless carriers which are non-compatible.

You can now keep your unwanted stock apps covertly in your phone. Now, you do not have to delete them completely but now you can enjoy a much clearer screen; without much cluster of unwanted apple apps, but there are certain apps that continue to pop up your screen because they cannot be deleted and will cling to your phone till the gadget literally exists.

So, the iOS 10 is sure to deck your iPhone with all sorts of latest technology and feature, but it also brings certain alarming measures that you need to double check before downloading the latest software launched by Apple i.e., iOS 10. You get many shining software that will enable your lock screen to act like an access to the entire world.

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Google’s Open Source Fuchsia OS: The Mystery Linux Distro

Google’s Open Source Fuchsia OS: The Mystery Linux Distro

Is Google’s mysterious Fuchsia OS has open source backbone?

How many operating systems are there in the world? The answer is ‘too many’ but only has found wider acceptance and popularity on global scale. Google has suddenly decided that it will be developing a new major operating system in a bid to give competition to Apple and Microsoft. Google started working on developing a mysteriously new platform way back in February 2016 and some codes were published for the awkwardly titled Fuchsia OS.

Officially very little has been revealed by Google on the development of Fuchsia OS. The best thing about the Google upcoming major operating system is that will be made available as an open source project much like Linux platform. This will mean that the source code for Fuchsia OS will remain entirely open for anyone to view after its launch and certainly people round the world will be to download and run it without paying anything.

Fuchsia OS

Is Google moving away from Linux within Android?

Since the time Google has started publishing the code for the Fuchsia OS a number of people has started raising questions. Most important question is whether Google will move away from Linux for its Android platform in later stages with Fuchsia OS success. But as per the Google the major reason toward developing the Fuchsia OS is to scale it up in later stages from the Internet of Things devices to smartphones as well as PC. There is no concrete evidence that Google will shun the tested Linux platform for its Android anytime soon.

Google has two operating systems already

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Google already two consumer operating system which is the Chrome OS and the Android. Google’s Android is predominately used in the smartphones and tablets and happens to be most widely used operating system in the world on the small scale devices. While the Chrome OS is specifically designed for the PCs which is much more secure and advanced than the Android. It helps in providing a highly simplified computing environment to the users which is great boost for the educational market. Quite incidentally people make use of the Android OS for internet usage mostly than any other operating system present in the world at the moment.

All the good things of Fuchsia OS

The major reason why Google is aggressively working on the development of the Fuchsia OS as an open source operating system is that it is looking forward to correct the shortcoming associated with the Android. Google has already set forth the engineering goals for this project which includes a secure deign with enhanced performance and it is set to get timely updates. Another good thing about Fuchsia is it will have a friendlier and highly flexible developer API which will be a boon for the developers.

For any operating system the heart stays in the kernel which essentially a program is keeping the hardware and software controls fully functional and precise. Fuchsia OS kernel has been named Magenta. So it douses all the concerns that Android will be a thing of past with the launch of the Fuchsia.

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