The upcoming 4-inch iPhone SE is all set to launch by 21st March 2016. Similar in looks to iPhone 5s, this phone has a little curved cover glass and some wonderful interior specifications which include an A9 processor and support for Apple Pay.
Earlier rumors concerning the name Apple was to be chosen for this upcoming phone, abandoning it misty what Apple will eventually call the gadget when it dispatches in March.
Early data proposed the 4-inch iPhone would resemble the iPhone 5c, driving the media to allude to it as the iPhone 6c, however gossipy tidbits later moved towards an outline like the iPhone 5s with the name iPhone 5SE. Shortly in front of the gadget’s dispatch, new data recommended it could really be known as the iPhone SE, getting rid of Apple’s standard number-based iPhone naming plan.
The iPhone SE will offer customers with no enthusiasm for a bigger screened iPhone a convincing motivation to redesign. In spite of the fact that early reports pegged the iPhone SE as just a souped up iPhone 5s, later thunderings from the gossip factory recommend that the gadget will for all intents and purposes be what might as well be called an iPhone 6s in a littler structure element.
Often when you sign in Facebook and found something attention-grabbing post shared by your friend, you might be busy at that time and want to read it later. Earlier it was not possible, but with the introduction of Facebook’s new “Save” feature it has become practical for you. Facebook has announced a new ‘Save It For Later’ feature that allows users to bookmark exciting movies, web links, TV shows, pages and music to review at a more opportune time. (more…)
Let’s welcome SWIFT to the world of coding language, unveiled by Apple at WWDC that brings numerous benefits and bestows a key change in how programmers can develop apps for the iPad as well as iPhone. Erstwhile, Apple has been depending on Objective-C, which was rested on the basis of the venerable C programming language. Broadly speaking swift is a ground-breaking new programming language for Cocoa touch & Cocoa (programming frameworks for iOS and Mac OS X, respectively). Writing code is pleasurable & interactive, the syntax is short & snappy yet meaningful.