The SEGA Forever project to deliver titles to iOS from all of its popular consoles including the Genesis, Dreamcast and Master System had a slow start. The line started in the middle of 2017 with only Genesis titles, most of which had already seen an iOS port. SEGA did eventually start to roll out new games and some updates, but it still seems like they're moving too slow. Fans are still waiting for those promised Dreamcast and Saturn games as SEGA painstakingly plods through its Genesis back catalogue. The latest update at least breaks the Genesis monotony by adding one title from the SEGA Channel days.
If you are new to Apple Pay, it is a mobile payment method that uses NFC technology to conduct secure transactions at contactless point-of-sale terminals. In short, you go to any number of retailers that accept Apple Pay, go to the check out and simply wave your phone in front of a scanner after you've authenticated your payment with Touch ID or Face ID, and voilà, your transaction is complete.
The ride sharing experiment has been a huge success offering an affordable and reliable option to public transportation and taxis. Companies like Uber and Lyft have elevated the overall experience and expectations of the transportation service by attracting helpful and personable drivers. Riders can help keep the high level of service by rating their drivers using Uber and Lyft's 5-star rating system. After each ride, passengers are asked to rate their individual driver and comment on their experience using the service. This encourages drivers to go above and beyond what is expected, and has caused many to be very creative on how they treat their passengers. Some dedicated drivers offer riders free amenities such as mints, water, and handi-wipes, while others provide phone chargers and even the ability to watch videos or play video games. However, as with any business that employs a large number of people there is also the occasional rotten egg.
Apple offers a few dynamic wallpapers on iOS devices. While these slowly change in the background, there are not many to choose from. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners can quickly make their own dynamic wallpaper by adding a Live Photo to the iOS lock screen.
As part of the suite of aesthetic improvements introduced by iOS, Apple has included dynamic wallpaper as a new background option for your iPhone and iPad. These wallpapers have subtle animations that add new depth to the visual experience by giving your home screen a moving background.
The pre-installed dynamic wallpapers are bubble themed, but others are available in the App Store. The bubbles will move depending on the motion of your device, so if you want to move them in a certain direction simply tilt it that way. If you are interested in a dynamic background for your iOS 7 or later device, here's how to do it: