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"Apple's pressure-sensitive 3D Touch technology is still somewhat new and feels fresh, but often redundant, due to the fact that not many 3rd party apps have embraced it. And even for those that have, 3D Touch is sometimes useful to use from the homescreen to bring out that pop-out menu for a specific icon, but when inside the actual app, its use is still pretty limited. Mostly, it's used for “peek-and-pop” actions, where pressing slightly on a picture would make it come up in full size, while pressing in hard pops the picture in full view (otherwise achieved by just tapping on the photo).", www.phonearena.com
"For years, Apple taught us to unlock iOS devices by swiping on the lock screen from left to right. The company even patented this technology, and gave Samsung and other Android device makers plenty of headaches over this method of unlocking a smartphone.", bgr.com
"Apple has been working on a vehicle parking location app for some time now. Patently Apple covered Apple's first indoor parking patent back in in 2013. A general parking invention surfaced in 2014. Apple was also granted parking related patents in May and July 2015. Today ...", www.patentlyapple.com
"For years, Apple taught us to unlock iOS devices by swiping on the lock screen from left to right. The company even patented this technology, and gave Samsung and other Android device makers plenty of headaches over this method of unlocking a smartphone . But in iOS 10, Apple is killing the gesture,", www.yahoo.com
"Apple is taking a significant step towards making iPhone a(n even more) serious camera for professionals in iOS 10 by adding support for RAW photo files. The information was included in a slide during Monday's World Wide Developer Conference keynote, and TechCrunch reported details from a WWDC session confirming RAW support in iOS 10.", www.macobserver.com
"On Monday, Apple held its keynote presentation at the annual WWDC conference. Big updates were unveiled on stage, including interesting revisions to watchOS, tvOS, macOS, and iOS. One announcement that wasn’t talked about is the upcoming ability for iOS devices to shoot and edit raw images, which was instead hinted at through a presentation slide and a WWDC Session video description.", fstoppers.com
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