This autumn will see the release of Apple's iOS 11 mobile operating system, but it will not be available on the iPhone 5 and 5C or the iPad 4. But Apple has added some new features to its new top-of-the-line slates, including the ability to drag and drop between apps, and split the screen so that multi-taskers can run more than one app at a time. However, it is worth pointing out that iOS 9 had a similar feature back in 2015 - although that was only for temporarily deleting apps while upgrading to a new operating system. But that doesn't mean you can't sign up for the beta program.
According to Mic. who tried their hands at the new iOS 11 Beta, happened to screenshot snaps from few friends without the other person getting notified. Apple confirmed that the Apple Pay person to person feature will only work with the following devices; iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and later, iPad Pro, iPad 5th generation, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 and AppleWatch.
Combined with yesterday's items, this covers pretty much all of the stuff Apple announced last night. In fact, it's a major reason we don't switch from the iPhone to Android.
Elder abuse report 'an important milestone'
Forty-four per cent elders say they have been abused in the public space at some time or the other, as per the recent report. According the Illinois Department of Aging, almost 15,000 cases of elder abuse were reported over the previous year .
Apple's freshest update to its Mac OS concentrates on core technologies and improved innards with support for numerous VR technologies.
People with devices running Apple iOS 10.3 can head to Settings, General, About, and Applications to see all of the apps and games on their phone.
The update will also include a "driving mode" which will mute notifications and can even send an automatic response to messages, informing the recipient that the iPhone owner is driving. This allows you to keep all of your iMessage and Text conversations in sync across your devices using iCloud.
The state government has chose to give a flat debt relief worth Rs 2 lakh to marginal irrespective of their loan amount. The initiative would provide double the relief announced by the states of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, he said.
In the final, Srikanth will square off against Japan's Kazumasa Sakai who beat fellow unseeded Indian player H.S. He eventually managed to regain his composure, defeating Son by 21-15, 14-21, 24-22 in the hard-fought match.
So far in June, Saudi exports to the United States were below 1 million bpd, according to shipping data and industry sources. IEA said its provisional monthly data for May indicates that OECD stocks may be little changed.
Having threatened with a header earlier, Hernandez stole in to head home an equaliser three minutes from the interval. But referee Nestor Pitana reviewed Portugal's goal and the video assistant referee (VAR) ruled it out for offside.
ENGLAND'S eight-wicket Champions Trophy semi-final trouncing by Pakistan taught us some lessons - not all for the first time. Eoin Morgan says England were not guilty of complacency after crashing out of the Champions Trophy against Pakistan .
Reports have surfaced that former National Basketball Association star Chauncey Billups was being considered as team president. Griffin's departure comes three days before the draft - the Cavs are now without a pick - and on the eve of free agency.
The escalation comes after the USA shot down a Syrian jet that had been dropping bombs near US-backed fighter jets. The U.S. described its attack as an act of "collective self-defense of Coalition-partnered forces".
Executive privilege can not be used to "cover up government misconduct", said Andrew Wright, a professor at Savannah Law School. Executive privilege is a legal doctrine that allows the president to withhold information from other government branches.
Temperatures, especially across Riverside County, could potentially hit the 120-degree mark, mainly in the deserts. It's about to get really hot in the Southwest, and health officials want people to stay alert.
Earlier in the day, Raju said he would get the entire incident "enquired into" and would ensure that "lawful outcomes" follow. The airliner finally let him aboard the flight but soon banned him from all future flights; Air India soon followed suit.
It wound up cutting the price by by $350 million and to split the cost of any legal liabilities resulting from the breaches. It also ends the almost five-year reign of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer , who isn't joining Verizon.
RNC Contractor Exposes 198M Voters' Personal Data
Deep Root Analytics said in a statement to ZDNet that it accepts full responsibility for exposing the server. The information was stored in spreadsheets uploaded to a server owned by Deep Root Analytics.
Reaction to court's decision to hear redistricting case
It is a common practice for state legislatures to redraw voting districts to confer an advantage on the governing party. One factor the court weighs in making such decisions is which side seems to have a better chance of winning.
Iran has 'proof' of Saudi support for Daesh attacks in Tehran
His comments come after a top Iranian general claimed the Islamic Republic had evidence the USA was directly supporting the group. Iran's Zarif says Tehran has intelligence that Riyadh supports terrorist groups operating on the eastern side of Iran .
Rodman's N. Korea Trip off to Uncharacteristic Low-Key Start
Tillerson consulted with Trump and arrangements were made for Yun and a medical team to travel to Pyongyang, the official said . A 2009 visit by former President Bill Clinton, a Democrat, secured the freedom of American journalists Euna Lee and Laura Ling.