Ipod apps updating but isnt progressing
mac OS Sierra problems: All you need to know to deal with some of mac OS Sierra's issues.
Apple released mac OS Sierra earlier in the year and it's steadily been getting updates to squash some of those bugs you'd expect from software updates.
A progressive web application takes advantage of the latest technologies to combine the best of web and mobile apps.
Think of it as a website built using web technologies but that acts and feels like an app.
Sierra added Siri support and new ways to spend money via added Apple Pay features.
But sometimes, believe it or not, software doesn't quite work the way it was intended, and Apple's operating systems are no exception.
Before you can fix slow App Store download problems, you first have to identify what the problem is that could be causing the slower-than-expected download speeds.
There are a number of possible culprits, such as: Since there are a number of possible culprits that could be causing the problem, it only seems necessary to provide you with a number of possible fixes.
That all sounds great…but what Native app store apps do things like send push notifications, work offline, look and feel like an app (as Apple and Google have imagined them), load on the homescreen, and so on and so forth.
Despite how great it is, intermittent internet issues can plague users with slower app downloads than expected, and this means more time spent staring at a progress bar as you anticipate the download to finish.
In this piece, we’ll talk about various reasons why your App Store downloads may not be performing the way you want them to, and some troubleshooting steps to fix the potential problem.
In 10.12.2 Apple did something odd, it removed the 'Time Remaining' option from the battery indicator on Mac Books.
Apparently this was becuase it wasn't very accurate, but it's still annoying nevertheless.