Report: iPhone 8 will feature IP68 protection rating

iPhone 7 IP67 rating

Apple will continue to improve the water and dust proofing on the next generation iPhone. This is according to a report in The Korea Herald, which highlighted the change as one of several "drastic upgrades marking the 10th anniversary" of the iPhone. Current iPhone 7 models are the first smartphones produced by Apple to carry an IP67 rating, keeping dust and water out of sensitive components inside.

Collage maker PhotoGrid updated with more intelligent editing features

PhotoGrid

The popular collage maker and photo editor, PhotoGrid, has been updated to version 6.0. The major update adds several new features, including rolling comments and a new personalized feed. Users can now view rolling comments in the corner of every image shared within the app. This not only makes the sharing experience in PhotoGrid "more alive and interactive," but it also provides each image with itsr own unique story, according to the apps developer, KS Mobile.

Armor Games releases cult-hit zombie RPG Sonny to Apple App Store

Sony iOS

Armor Games has released a "reimagined" version of Sonny to the Apple App Store. Sonny is an RPG created by Armor Games developer Krin in 2007. The game follows Sonny, a zombie who has risen from the grave with his mind intact but memories missing. The iOS version is a remix of the original Flash-based games with a new story and updated features.

How to disable automatic updates on Apple TV

Apple TV apps

By default, the fourth-generation Apple TV automatically installs updates to tvOS and any installed apps. Shortly after Apple releases a system update or an app developer's changes are approved by the App Store, the new versions roll out. Some users aren't a fan of this feature, as it can bring unwelcome changes to familiar apps. Others like to see if a firmware update is reported to cause any problems before they install it on their device. Here's where switching to manual updates on the Apple TV comes into play.

Review: OLALA USB Flash Drive for the iPhone and iPad

OLALA 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Stick with Lightning Connector for iPhone

The OLALA USB Flash Drive is a small aluminum device for transferring files from your iPhone or iPad to your computer. I'll leave why you may need a flash drive for your iOS device up to you, but if you're looking to make a purchase, OLALA offers a variety of options. All OLALA drives work with the iDisk me app available for free on the Apple App Store. Once the app is installed, you can connect your drive to your iOS device via the Lightning connector.

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