The Android version of popular web browser Opera has received a new update. The latest patch brings some neat changes, the most notable being a UI that has been redesigned to be more convenient for phones and tablets.
You know that “Check for update” button, hidden in the Android settings? The one that you vigorously tap every time you hear there’s a new update for your phone… only for nothing to happen?
Yeah, turns out it’s not working as intended. See, the idea is that, if there’s a new update for your device, which still hasn’t been automatically pushed to it, you should be able to manually start the process. But the Check for update button just doesn’t work.
It was supposed to be fixed back in September, as per Google’s promise, but it still isn’t. Apparently, Google didn’t lie — it was working …
Ever since the OG iPhone, the Apple handset has had one signature characteristic — just one button on its front. A very simple concept to get — you’ve got power and volume off to the side of the phone, just like how it has been since the first cellphone; when it comes to navigating the smartphone’s interface, the only hardware button you have is “Home” — everything else is in text and on the screen.
Apple’s iPhone user experience has been touted as being simple, straightforward, and pleasurable over the years, and that home button played a huge part in that. Now that it’s gone, Apple has …
So let’s say that for some reason you cannot use any buttons to turn off your Apple iPhone or Apple iPad. For the purposes of this story, assume that the power button (sleep/wake) is not working. As a result, pressing the power button and the home button is also not resetting your device. Since the Apple iPhone 7 doesn’t have a mechanical home button, a change was made. To reset the phone, users have to press the power button for 3 seconds, and press volume down while still pressing the power button. But again, we are assuming that this method is not working.
Is there a way to turn off …
So, the iPhone X is coming out in just under a month, and you may be one of the many waiting at the edge of their seats. And for good reason — the X is a long-awaited design evolution and a technological marble by Apple. But, being so drastically different, it also comes with slight differences on how you are going to physically the device.
There is no home button? How can I conveniently wake my iPhone now?
The little circular pad, which has been a signature feature of the iPhones ever since the original launched is now gone. Users have long been …
The latest Samsung software update gives you the ability to completely disable the physical button that launches its Bixby virtual assistant on the latest high-end Galaxy phones. That’s right – you can either launch Bixby with that nice clicky button on the left, or nothing at all.
Samsung’s Galaxy A series is one of its… less exciting ones. Up until this year’s introduction of the Infinity Display and the design decisions needed to accommodate for it, the A series was where the company sold mid-rangers dressed up as flagships.