Maybe you’ve already updated to it, maybe you haven’t. Either way, Apple released their latest version of their new iOS 7 software is for download on the 26th of September. With a relatively small update in size, the iOS 7.0.2 update is available for iPod Touch, iPad 2 or newer and iPhone 4 or newer and it:
- Fixes bugs that could allow someone to bypass the Lock screen passcode
- Reintroduces a Greek keyboard option for passcode entry
If you’ve already updated to iOS 7, you may thoroughly be enjoying all the new features packed into the Apple operating system. But, let’s be honest for a second, between some of the new features like Control Center, AirDrop and iTunes Radio, as well as some of the updates to things like Notification Centre, Multitasking, Photos, Siri and the awesome Parallax effect,you might not be using all of them. There are probably some features you could turn off that are adding unnecessary strain on your iDevice battery. If this sounds like you, here are some iOS 7 Battery Saving Tips to prevent your battery from dying too quickly.
iOS 7 Battery Saving Tips
1. Disable Background App Refresh
Settings > General > Background App Refresh
A nice-to-have feature that isn’t so nice to the battery...
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Last week I was given the opportunity to test the new smarter, safer, further, 4th generation 2013 Subaru Forester XT, by Subaru Centurion. With more focus on the Subaru BRZ lately, I feel the Forester has been neglected and is well-deserving of some attention in the spotlight.
2013 Subaru Forester XT Review
A Subaru Forester might not be your first choice for an exciting car to drive, but this version takes its breakfast with a turbo-charged shot of 95 octane petrol.
Now in its 4th generation, the exterior of the Forester has held onto some elements from the previous generation Forester you’ve come to know, while also offering more refined styling in other aspects of the design... Read More