As part of Apple’s Renew program, where the company is encouraging people to recycle their old devices to help the environment, Apple has posted some exclusive environmental wallpaper to download on its website.
The URL (apple.com/thanks) is given out on cards in Apple Stores to people who recycle their old device in store, as a small gesture of appreciation.
However, the URL is open to anyone to visit and download some cute, exclusive, iOS 9 wallpaper that isn’t included in the default list of iOS wallpaper …
iOS 9.3’s headlining new feature is called Night Shift mode. By adjusting the color temperature of your iPhone or iPad’s display, Night Shift mode makes using your iOS device at night and in dark settings easier on your eyes.
Research has shown that by reducing the blue light emitted from a backlit display, it can become easier to fall asleep at night. Apple was very careful in its wording during yesterday’s iPhone SE event, letting us know that not everyone would enjoy similar results. That said, I’ve personally had good experience with like-minded utilities. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to get started with Night Shift on iOS 9.3.
Taking a look back at another week of news from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes the leaked iPhone 7 design, the key to Apple’s success in 2016, the major missing feature in the iPhone SE, Apple’s streaming event on March 21st, why Siri is not unlocking your iPhone, Apple’s Supreme Court appearance over eBook pricing, Apple fighting for public opinion against the FBI, and Apple’s new Twitter support account.
Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days.