A new Netflix update has just brought HDR video content for anyone with a 2017 iPad Pro. You’ll also be able to view HDR content on the upcoming iPhone X and the iPhone 8/iPhone 8 Plus.
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Netflix has just expanded its HDR and Dolby Vision support, announcing that these videos are now available on the iPad Pro, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. It was a quiet announcement, as with the other devices that get Netflix HDR support, but represents a big expansion to its still-small list of supported mobile devices. Netflix has … Continue reading
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Netflix already streams HDR video on the new Apple TV 4K, so it only makes sense for the company to add support for Apple's HDR-ready iOS devices as well. The latest update for Netflix's app does just that, so you'll be able to watch movies and TV shows with high dynamic range on the iPad Pro (10.5-inch and 2017 12.9-inch) and the upcoming iPhone X.
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The new iPhones might be on their way. But just as important is the new software for your old iPhone – iOS 11 has arrived, and it brings with it a load of new features. iOS 11 brings with it a whole host of changes. Unlike some other recent updates ...
It’s been a decade since we first saw the iPhone and iOS. Apple has never included a “user exposed” file system on iPhone or iPad. Each app would have its own sandboxed storage system. With iOS 11, that’s changing. The new Files app finally lets you have your own file management system on the iPhone and iPad, and in true Apple style it’s done without exposing any kind of system functionality. It’s just an app where you can view all the files saved on your device (in the app) and from various cloud storage services. You can organize them using tags, preview documents, save...