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How Microsoft apps help an iPhone become an iPhone Pro!

It has been 10 years since the first iPhone was announced, Apple’s flagship mobile phone is one of the most hyped flagship devices of the year. With a mobile market share of about 12-15%, iOS is the second largest mobile platform in terms of the Market Share (as per data from IDC).

Unlike its biggest competitor, Android it is less open and less customizable. This means that you can’t apply any third-party UI (launchers) or change the default apps. Also, it is not so easy to sideload any apps on your iOS device unlike it is on Android or Windows 10 Mobile devices but the closeness of the OS leads it to be really smooth and secured. With the latest A11 Bionic Chip that comes with iPhone 8 duo and the iPhone X, the devices are super powerful and due to the presence of the multiple Microsoft productivity suite Apps, the iPhone really transforms into an iPhone Pro.

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What to Expect from Apple’s launch event

The unveiling of its highly anticipated 10th anniversary iPhone. The event is currently scheduled for Sept. 12, according to The Wall Street Journal. Set to take place at Apple’s new Steve Jobs Theater, located on the campus of the tech giant’s new headquarters, the Journal’s sources said the event timing or location could be affected if construction of the new Steve Jobs theater doesn’t finish on time.

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Just Like MAC OS Windows 10 will soon let you block desktop apps from installing

Microsoft is adding a last-minute feature to its Windows 10 Creators Update that is designed to block desktop apps from installing. MSPoweruser reports that the latest Windows Insider preview build of Windows 10 includes options to only allow apps from the Windows Store, but the feature appears to be set as allowing apps from anywhere to install by default. It could be a useful feature to enable on a family PC to prevent rogue desktop apps from being installed.