Every time Apple releases a major update people want to know if it is safe to install on their device. I'm not sure what internet urban legend has made people nervous about software updates, but it is a common concern amongst iPhone and iPad users. While it has been true that some updates have caused minor issues for older devices, Apple has always quickly resolved these problems with additional updates. As of right now there seems to be no reason anyone would not want to upgrade to iOS 10, however we won't officially know until the final version is released in the fall. Also don't forget, Apple now tests all its new features with developers and the public through its two beta programs. This helps avoid most potential problems with the final release.
The mobile gaming hit Pokémon GO received an update to version 1.1.0 over the weekend, leading many players to believe their progress has been lost. According to game developer Niantic, this is a login issue that surfaced due to an update to the Google Account login system. Rest assured, your Pokémon GO account still exists and can easily be recovered.
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.
Although the name Bonecrusher doesn’t necessarily inspire thoughts of happiness and good times, that’s exactly what the newest gaming app from developer R2 Games is. This addictive little title asks you to move a skull between downward falling spike traps in order to collect bones and achieve that elusive high score.
As you might guess, though, the game does not make this seemingly simple task easy. In fact, Bonecrusher can easily frustrate new players simply because the game does some things a little differently than most popular gaming apps at the moment. Try to play Bonecrusher like you would other fast-paced apps and you’ll end up seeing the main menu more than the game’s highest levels.