Facebook has brought some much-needed functionality to the iPhone: post and comment editing! According to today's update, Facebook users can now edit their posts and comments, and tap to see their changes.
The update also gives users the option to insert a photo as part of a comment on a post from their mobile phone.
Additionally, the update includes:
The months of speculation are over. Apple has held their event and officially ended the rampant rumors on what is coming in Apple's flagship product: the iPhone. And surprisingly, the rumor mill was largely spot on, as Apple did indeed release two different iPhone models, as expected, along with many of the features that have been discussed and debated.
Back in 2010, when Apple unveiled the new operating system for iPhones, iPods and iPads, iOS5, one of the most talked-about features was the integration the new iOS had with the social network Twitter. iOS users would connect one or more Twitter accounts within their phone's settings and wouldn't have to keep logging into Twitter going forward.
Apple announced the much-anticipated iOS7 today during WWDC's keynote address, and it did not disappoint. Among the many improvements and new features, one area that Apple has come a long way in addressing is Security. From keeping our logins and accounts secure, to helping to stave off iPhone theft, security is clearly a priority for Apple.
LinkedIn released an update for their mobile apps today that is, in a word, gorgeous. The entire app has been rebuilt and revamped to the point that, I'm suprised we didn't have to delete the old app and download an entirely new one.