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What’s New in iOS? Updates + Our Favorites Changes

Overview: The latest iOS updates and features including a small security fix and some FaceTime upgrades

Apple has finally decided to bring the most requested features as updates to the iOS ecosystem: widgets.

Along with the phenomenal popularity at launch, the latest iOS updates has ushered a new way to customization where users can create custom icons and shortcuts – one of our favorites updates!


In April 2021, iOS was running on over 90% of eligible devices. While iOS doesn’t come up with visual changes, it manages to bundle up a substantial amount of refinement that will pave the way forward for new interactions:

  • FaceTime received major upgrades and introduced SharePlay.
  • Notifications are redesigned for the users to identify them easily.
  • Maps have new ways to explore cities with leverages augmented reality to direct walking directions.
  • Safari is redesigned to support extensions and enhanced accessibility.
  • Focus helps minimize the distractions by filtering out the notifications based on what the user is doing.

The latter is one of our personal favorite iOS updates. Let’s talk a bit more about it.


Visual Changes:

Notifications have a fresh look focusing on large app icons, contact images, or relevant media.

As an example, communication apps display a prominent picture of the person you’re interacting or chatting with on the left side of the icon. In contrast, media apps, including podcasts, show appropriate media on the right side of the notification.

Notification Management & More:

Two new features are impacting the interruption of app notification:

  • Notification Summary
  • Focus

Notification Summary:

The purpose of this feature is to gather notifications and present them at the scheduled time. Turning it on means that users will be shown the notifications twice a day: in the morning and the evening. Users can customize the frequency and choose to have notifications from a particular app delivered immediately, or disable them entirely.


With the recent changes to iOS, you can enable Focus Mode on specific apps for notifications (which we find pretty cool). This update is great for business owners who stay in “work mode.” The update allows users to focus solely on work by filtering what types of messages prompt a notification.

Custom Product Pages:

With this update, you can augment your promotional material from 33 to 35 pages with multiple texts, images, visuals, and app reviews. However, the URL for each custom page has to have a new PPID.

This feature turns out to be ideal for developers who entertain a varied audience.

For more information about App Store discovery updates, check out Apple’s developer page and the WWDC talk: Get ready to optimize your App Store product page.


Last but not least is privacy. With new updates, a section in privacy shows you how your information can be/is being located and how often the applications you install have access to the camera, gallery, contacts, or other media. It also grants restricted access to your Photo library for data security.


We might not always like change, but iOS updates are creating a better user experience with impactful changes inspired by users first.

The new updates have a significant focus on notification management and interruptions. So if you’re correctly defining or limiting your notifications, the interruption level is crucial to ensure your app’s security system.

Death to WhatsApp for Old Phone Users – What to Expect

Overview: WhatsApp has started to remove support for some old devices such as Android, iOS, and KaiOS that run on old versions of OS




If you’re a WhatsApp user, you’ll find this important: WhatsApp will stop working on old phones in less than two months. What exactly does this mean? One of two things:

– People won’t be able to access their messages on the app

– Users will have no choice but to get a new device to continue using the app


It’s possible that your device is simply too old to update, but is eligible for an upgrade.”

In short: It’s a matter of well-being since providing strict security to the old phone users is exceptionally outrageous.

WhatsApp is popular among people who communicate with individuals across different devices or overseas. It also has upgrades and enhanced features for users, making it a super convenient form of communication.

However, it recently shocked users by no longer supporting Android, iOS, and KaiOS.

Old devices require enormous resources to keep them running properly. Furthermore, WhatsApp has undergone such incalculable changes that old phone users cannot catch up with the run of the tech world.



Amidst the change, one good thing is that you can back up your chats before moving to a new device.

One article said that, the most important thing to focus on isn’t the removal of certain devices, but for users to ensure they can back up their chat history.

Keep in mind that some users might still have limited access to the app, but just won’t receive future updates. Needless to say, users should be aware that relying on this option might pose a security risk.


Also needless to say… WhatsApp has lost thousands of users over the past few months due to security concerns and, of course, its willful non-support.

In the past, Apple rolled out iOS 10 alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The difference between Apple’s process and many of its rivals’ processes (such as WhatsApp) is that it has supported its devices for far longer.


WhatsApp highlighted that the decision to end support for old phones would not affect many users; however, the list of iPhones that would need to be upgraded to at least iOS 10 in order for the app to work says otherwise:

  • iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE (1st-gen), iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE (2nd-gen)

Read more of this article here.


The message application was traditionally known for its encrypted messaging service, but recent changes to the application’s security has inevitably created uproar.

The death of WhatsApp for many old phone users can naturally result in the rise of other messaging applications. Due to the security concerns and constant WhatsApp updates, people opt for other applications that don’t cost them while updating their versions.

However, Facebook/Meta CEO Mark Zuckerburg has himself declared the integration of Facebook, Messenger, and WhatsApp – with the latter providing users with “an extra layer of security to their message logs.”

What are your thoughts? Is it a good idea for WhatsApp to neglect old device users? Would you upgrade your device just to use WhatsApp?

Phone Repair Shop

Fixing a broken phone during the pandemic: Working from home, breaking devices, and paying attention to even the smallest repairs

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Electronic devices take on such precedent roles in our lives that even the smallest issues could justify the biggest frustrations and anxieties, but we’ve got solutions to fix your broken device even during Coronavirus lockdowns.

In short: Yes, you can fix a broken phone during the pandemic, along with other devices you’re using. We love our e-devices and there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, they do things for us from finding answers to our silliest questions within milliseconds to helping us stay informed on current events. However, with this over-year-long pandemic forcing people to use devices more than usual at home, users are concerned about how to get their devices repaired during a lockdown. However, you know we’ve got solutions.

Devices break all the time and a pandemic definitely won’t stop that. In fact, a pandemic might prompt an increase in broken devices with how much people are using them at home without a maintenance person running routine checks on them. Thankfully, some repair shops are available to help — no matter how big, small, easy, or complex the repair.

The Importance of Technology and E-devices During a Lockdown

In the second section of this article (“Harnessing Technology for Positive Coping”), a focus is placed on the usefulness of “high quality social interactions, social support and social connectedness [sic]” such as videoconferencing to combat feelings of depression and loneliness that might naturally occur during a period of isolation.

The article further explains: “There are also a plethora of mobile apps related to health and fitness focussing [sic] on meditation, exercise, nutrition and so on.” So, what can device repair shops do to support your technological health? Moreover, what are we doing or providing to make sure your e-devices are taken care of as the pandemic continues?

Repairing Your Devices Safely and Without Hesitation

We admit: This pandemic caught every last one of us off-guard. Businesses went from “open” to “closed for good” within months — some, even weeks. The emphasis for those who remained open to follow COVID-19 protocol with social distancing and masks quickly differentiated “good” businesses from the not-so good. No hand sanitizer? People took their business elsewhere. Employees aren’t wearing masks? We’ll support a business where they actually care about the health and safety of those around them.

The reality of this pandemic is that people don’t want to give up services they deem necessary, but they also are willing to take that risk if businesses aren’t following the guidelines instituted by the CDC. As a business that’s open during the pandemic, we want you to know that we’re taking the wellbeing of you and our team members serious and are implementing the necessary precautions to make sure you, us, and your devices that we’re repairing are being handled with the utmost attention to detail, both from a technological and sanitary standpoint.

Yes, we’re still repairing your devices because we love what we do but also because we know how much you need your devices repaired during these times. Yes, we’re social distancing, wearing masks and gloves, cleaning surfaces throughout our shops with each new device, and washing and sanitizing our hands accordingly. Will you have natural concerns? We’re sure you will. However, our goal is to ensure that we’re doing our part to provide you with the best services that we possibly can.

We’re here for businesses, employees, and work devices when your employees depend on the integrity of their devices the most. So for all other device repair concerns — school-related, social use, and more — we’re here to fix the problem, reduce the stress, and support your device endeavors! Contact Right There Repair and get your device fixed sooner rather than never.

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