Apple Watch scored top honors in a recent J.D. Power customer satisfaction survey of smartwatch owners. The report asked almost 2,700 customers who bought a new device between June 2015 and June 2016 a variety of questions pertaining to their experiences. The two leading companies in the survey were Apple and Samsung, with Apple winning overall satisfaction in the smartwatch category and Samsung taking second place. When it comes to fitness bands, Samsung beat out Garmin for first place.
Update: Pokémon Go has been updated to version 1.0.1 with security fixes.
- Trainers do not to have to enter their username and password repeatedly after a force logout.
- Added stability to Pokémon Trainer Club account log-in process.
- Resolved issues causing crashes.
- Fixed Google account scope.
The internet blew up on Monday after it was discovered that some Pokémon GO players had unknowingly granted the game's developer Niantic full access to their Google accounts. Signing up for the game using your Google profile grants Nintanic permission to view and modify all the information stored in your account, including your Gmail and Google Drive documents. Users can only sign up to Pokémon GO through Google or with an existing Pokémon Trainer account, which means Niantic has access to a lot of Google profiles.
One of the clearest iPhone 7 images yet has leaked over at Nowhereelse.fr. Showing the back panel of the iPhone 7 case, the photo is further confirmation of design tweaks that have been previously discussed. The reconfigured antenna lines, here in white on a gold colored model, wrap around the edges of the device. A larger opening for the camera is also clearly visible.
When you hear the word “avast,” you likely either think of a classic swashbuckling pirate or the popular anti-virus software company that has seemingly been around since the dawn of the internet.
What you don’t typically think of, however, is a mobile app that offers the intriguing ability to greatly increase the storage space of your iPhone. That may soon change when you hear about Avast Photo Space.
The more and more we learn about iOS 10, the clearer it becomes that this iOS is not necessarily a complete overhaul of iOS as we know it, but rather a sort of “greatest hits” collection of those little improvements that Apple fans have been requesting for some time.
However, that doesn’t mean that iOS 10 isn’t going to change the way you use your device. That’s especially true of the many new shortcuts that it will gift users with that will soon become second nature tricks that separate device masters from casual users.