You've probably seen the screenshots going around that show iOS home screens that differ considerably from the stock options that Apple provides. Yes, if you're an Android user you're probably laughing at iPhone owners for finally (nearly) catching up to the customization features they've had for years, but if you're an iOS fan, you probably just want to know how to join in. The big new addition that's prompting all the shared screens across social media are home screen widgets, which are supported under iOS 14 for the first time.
Launcher is bringing its customizable widgets to iOS 14 with new functionality, including the ability to rotate a widget's icons by date, time or even location. It also supports customizable widget backgrounds, icons of different sizes or those with no labels for a cleaner look. The app, which first debuted in 2014, had been well-known for being one of the few to push the envelope when it came to the functionality offered by Apple's classic Today View widgets.
(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp., which is among game companies fighting with Apple Inc. over App Store rules that have kept its video-game streaming service from working with iPhones and iPads, pledged to resolve the issue for customers.The software company is having "ongoing discussions" about how to
AT&T Inc's HBO network triumphed at Sunday's Emmy Awards with 30 wins, including best drama "Succession" and limited series "Watchmen," while Apple Inc took home its first award for the iPhone maker's dive into streaming television. Netflix Inc, which headed into the ceremony with a record 160 nominations, finished second with 21 honors. The Pop cable network, owned by ViacomCBS Inc, took the top comedy prize for offbeat series "Schitt's Creek," which swept comedy categories to collect nine awards overall.
A U.S. judge early Sunday blocked the Trump administration from requiring Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google to remove Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat for downloads by late Sunday. U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler in San Francisco said in an order that WeChat users who filed a lawsuit "have shown serious questions going to the merits of the First Amendment claim, the balance of hardships tips in the plaintiffs' favor." On Friday, the U.S. Commerce Department had issued a order citing national security grounds to block the app from U.S. app stores owned by Tencent Holding's and the Justice Department had urged Beeler not to block the order.