The HomePod release date is fast approaching, as Apple has reached another milestone on its way to selling the smart speaker. With FCC approval in hand, Apple can launch the device at any time of its choosing. HomePod could make its debut in Australia, the US and UK as early as February 2018.
AT&T customers now have access to a variety of entertainment, benefits and services via the provider's new Thanks app. All you have to do is download it to your iPhone or iPad and sign in with your normal AT&T login info. There are a number of offers including a free movie ticket every Tuesday through movietickets.com, free 12-month subscriptions through Readly, access to limited tickets for sporting and music events and more.
Here's how to get started with Thanks:
The iPhone X introduces some major design changes including, most notably, the absence of a physical Home button. While this can understandably take some time getting used to from an ergonomic perspective, the lack of a Home button also means no more Touch ID, which was an incredibly convenient security feature not just for unlocking your iPhone, but for accessing apps with sensitive data as well. For this reason and for even stronger security, Apple introduced a new biometric scan with the iPhone X - Face ID.
It's Full of Sparks from Noodlecake and Dabadu Games is a cute puzzle, platformer where you play as different sentient firecrackers who are on a journey to find the meaning of life while trying to avoid exploding. The firecrackers must fling themselves into water to survive so they can find The Old One, a mythical firecracker who has managed to keep his fuse unlit.
You control your firecracker by running left or right into pools of water. After a few easy rounds the game introduces different color barriers that you must pass without the ability to jump. To advance through each level you must strap-on colored glasses that make all like-colored barriers disappear. The glasses also make helpful objects that you need, such as bridges, vanish. This forces you to quickly switch barriers on and off so you can reach the water before you explode.
The Files app was introduced in iOS 11 as a replacement to iCloud Drive app. It allows you to browse, search, and organize all your files stored on your device, in iCloud Drive or in other supported third-party apps, like Google Drive or Dropbox. You can organize your files by Name, Date or Tags, but first lets look at how to add third-party apps so all your files will be displayed.