Bing Ads launches the ability to create recurring IOs – Search Engine Land

If you use insertion order billing in your Bing Ads account, a new update will help ensure your campaigns keep running. With Bing Ads’ new recurring insertion orders feature, advertisers can create a series of insertion orders that will automatically …Read more

Apple emits its much-anticipated updates to Mac, AppleTV, and iOS – The Register

Sneaking in behind the hoopla of Tuesday’s MacBook spectacle was a set of security updates for virtually all of Apple’s supported products. The Cupertino maker of shiny status symbols has posted security fixes for dozens of CVE-listed vulnerabilities …Read more

Gmail for iOS now lets you view all of your accounts in a single inbox – The Verge

Today, Google announced that all of the email accounts you manage in the Gmail app on iOS can be viewed in a single, universal inbox. In the past, you could access multiple accounts managed by Gmail, but it required tapping the icon in the top-left …Read more

iPhone owners now have access to whopping 158 new emojis with iOS update –

Now that iOS 12.1 has been released to the general public, all iPhone and iPad users have access to a number of new features including the use of 158 new emojis. Apple is listing the new update as containing more than 70 new emojis, but Emojipedia says …Read more

Review: ‘Stardew Valley’ On iOS Feels Like A Mindfulness Exercise – Forbes

Mindfulness is all about experiencing the present, without fixating on the past or worrying about potential future threats, and Stardew Valley feels like a mindfulness training exercise. This is particularly reassuring as an iOS gamer, because the …Read more

iOS 12.1 adds battery management features to iPhone 8 & iPhone X – AppleInsider

Until the release of iOS 12.1, throttling was limited to phones ranging from the iPhone 6 through the iPhone 7 Plus. If temperature and battery performance falls out of optimal range, iOS can sometimes slow A-series processors to prevent sudden …Read more

iOS 12.1.1, tvOS 12.1.1, and macOS 10.14.2 beta 1 now available to developers – 9to5Mac

UPDATE: Apple has pulled the initial macOS 10.14.2 beta. At this point in time, it’s unclear as to why it has been pulled. Hot off the heels of the public releases for iOS 12.1, tvOS 12.1, and macOS 10.14.1, Apple is today pushing out its first beta …Read more

FaceTime Live Photos returns in iOS 12.1.1, flip camera UI improved – 9to5Mac

In iOS 12.1.1, currently in beta, Apple has restored the FaceTime Live Photo capture feature that was removed in iOS 12.0. They have also dramatically improved the FaceTime UI, bringing mute and flip camera actions to the main view — no longer hidden …Read more

Twitter for iOS adds new floating compose button, additional spam report options – 9to5Mac

We’ve got a shiny, new compose button to unveil on Twitter for iOS! Easier than ever to use, the floating icon is prominently displayed and perfect for one-handed scrolling and Tweet composing. Pro tip: Press and hold the icon to access your drafts …Read more

Apple iOS 12.1 Release: Should You Upgrade? – Forbes

Who Is It For? iOS 12.1 runs on all iOS 11 compatible devices. This means the iPhone 5S or later, iPad mini 2 or later and 6th generation iPod touch or later, but it has some caveats (more below). Compatible devices will be automatically prompted to …Read more