So I have started posting my iPhone X review. The first article focuses on the Screen. As mentioned in that article I normally write one giant review. But for the iPhone X, given its myriad of new features and just how much it change the idea of an iPhone, I opted to break it up into different articles. I have decided to bundle them all up into a single e-book, in case that is easier for you to read it in one fell swoop.
iPhone X: A Review for developers and users covers many of the new features of the iPhone X. Some of these topics include: the Screen, Face ID, Animoji, Apple Pay, Gestures, and Passwords, aspects of the iPhone X that developers need to consider, wireless charging, and some thoughts on going from an iPhone 7 Plus to an iPhone X.
iPhone X: A Review for Users and Developers is available as an e-pub book. You can buy the iPhone X: A Review e-book for $1.99 from Amazon or for $0.99 from Apple>.
iOS 9 for users and developers covers new features in iOS 9. This includes On Demand Resources, App Thinning, and storage usage. Other changes include Keyboard changes, improvements to Search, changes to the way News is handled. Additionally, updates to Siri, new features on Notes, Multitasking, System Fonts, updates in Security and file management. One of the biggest changes is Safari, Apple Maps, and even improvements to the Apple Watch.
The book comes is available in two versions from Apple. The first is ePub and the second is the iBooks edition. Both are priced at $3.99.
You can also purchase it from Amazon as well for $3.99.
Just as with the last year, I have a new e-book available for pre-order. The title of this e-book is iOS 9 for Users and Developers.
The book comes is available in two versions from Apple. The first is ePub and the second is the iBooks edition. Both are priced at $4.99.
You can also purchase it from Amazon as well for $4.99.
While waiting for a couple of UPS deliveries, I thought I would look into some things on the Apple iBooks and Amazon Kindle sites. I found some interesting information.
iOS 8 for Users and Developers is Currently #2 in the Amazon Kindle store under “Computers Operating System” category. It is also in the “Hot New Releases”.
On the Apple side, it is currently #1 and #8 Paid books in the “Computers & Internet” category. The #1 is the ePub edition and #8 is the iBooks edition.
If a user clicks on the “Computers & Internet” category, under “Top Charts”, you will also see the ePub edition as the “Top Paid”.
For this, I would sincerely like to thank everybody who has purchased the book. If you purchased the book, and found it useful, please recommend it to others.
My e-book “iOS 8 for Users and Developers” is now available from both Apple and Amazon. Here is the description of the e-book.
iOS 8 for Users and Developers looks at all of the new features for iOS 8 including Family Sharing, Health, Spotlight, iCloud, Extensions, Custom Keyboards, Handoff, HomeKit, Changes to Messages, Safari updates, and Mail changes.
Specifically for developers We look at Handoff, HomeKit, extensions, Custom Keyboard Security, Touch ID API, Sprite Kit, Scene Kit, CloudKit, PhotoKit, WebKit (WKWebView), Universal applications and Size Classes, switching to Modern Objective-C, Visual Debugging, the basics of Swift, and how App Bundles will affect developers.
To purchase the e-book for $3.99, click on any of these links. Apple (ePub), Apple (iBooks), or Amazon (ePub).