It’s no secret that Android devices have a bad reputation for being the most unresponsive and laggy mobile applications on the market.
But what about iOS?
With the launch of iOS 11 and iOS 12, we finally have the answer.
With iOS 11, Apple has made it easier for developers to create an app for both iOS and OS X. Developers will be able to write an iOS 11 application, submit it to the App Store, and receive an approval within a few hours of uploading the app to the app store.
With OS X, the new version of OS X that comes out this month, Apple announced the introduction of a new Developer Portal that will allow developers to submit apps for the platform to review.
This new portal will allow Apple to better ensure that apps for iOS and Mac can be made available for review and acceptance within a short period of time.
And while we still have a long way to go, we’re excited to see how well iOS 11’s accessibility features can make life easier for users on the Mac.
iOS 11.0.3 for Apple TV is the first release to receive these accessibility improvements.
The iPad app was updated with the changes in iOS 11 this week.
This update adds a new icon to the icon bar that indicates if the app is available for Mac.
As we reported earlier this week, Apple’s iOS app for the iPad is now also available on the iPhone.
As you might expect, this update also brings iOS 11 to the Apple TV.
We’ve included a video walkthrough below to show you how the accessibility changes can help you better use the new interface for your Mac.