In iOS 11, the Control Center has seen its third major overhaul in three years, and this time, it’s received a drastic redesign with a single page spread and bubble-style icons. Control Center functionality has also changed significantly, with new 3D Touch options and customizability that allows users to choose to add settings for the features they use most in iOS. Both the redesign and the new 3D Touch options are outlined below in our hands-on video. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos.Control Center has a love it or hate it look and the customization options may not go as far as some users would have liked, but there are several neat features hidden within that are an improvement over previous Control Center layouts. For the first time, there’s access to a one-tap Low Power Mode setting, and an Apple TV setting brings up a full Apple TV remote that doesn’t require an app. There’s also a new one-tap screen recording feature that takes a video of whatever you’re doing on the iPhone or iPad, and there are an expanded range of settings that cover everything from Accessibility options to HomeKit, Notes, and Text Size. Users can choose just a few settings, or add every single one.
Cloudflare can be held liable for copyright infringements committed by its customers, even if the websites in question are hosted abroad. A California District Court concluded that cached copies on Cloudflare’s servers tie alleged infringements directly to the United States.As one of the leading CDN and DDoS protection services, Cloudflare is used by millions of websites across the globe.This includes thousands of pirate sites, including the likes of The Pirate Bay and ExtraTorrent, which rely on the U.S.-based company to keep server loads down.Many rightsholders have complained about Cloudflares involvement with these sites and last year adult entertainment publisher ALS Scan took things up a notch by dragging the company to court.
If you blinked you probably missed it during Apples Worldwide Developers Conference keynote last Monday. The Cupertino-based company updated its lowest-priced laptop with a faster processor.The MacBook Air now has a 1.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, a bump up from the 1.6GHz dual-core Core i5 that was released over two years ago. The MacBook Airs processor is a 5th generation Broadwell chip, which is two generations older than the Kaby Lake processors in the new MacBook Pro and MacBook.Other than the new processor, nothing has changed with the MacBook Air.
Files is the new Finder app for iOS 11, and its already about a million times better than the basic file-picker it replaces iCloud Drive. Files is a central place from which to access all the files on your iDevice, and in iCloud. You can find, organize, open, and delete all the files on your device, in iCloud, and on 3rd-party storage services like Dropbox. And because this is iOS 11, Files supports all the fancy new multitasking features like drag-and-drop.So, lets take a look at what it can do:Rounding up files is even easier than it is on a Mac.Photo: Cult of MacOf all the new features in iOS 11, Files is still one of the most beta. Its buggy, laggy, and is missing several of the features shown in the 2017 WWDC keynote. Right now, it doesnt even have an entry in the Settings app. But despite this, its already more than useful.
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