Does Android use more memory than iOS?
“If you look at the specs of any given generation of iPhone and compare it to the specs of a flagship Android phone from the same year, then you will notice that the iPhone tends to have less RAM. As a result some people have concluded that iOS apps need less memory than Android apps and that the only reason that Android devices have more memory is because Android apps are memory hogs. So the question is this: Does Android use more memory than iOS?” – Gary explains https://t.co/cp1lDvSVWu
iOS 10.2 improves Apple HomeKit with expanded smart home notifications
AppleInsider reports “Monday’s release of iOS 10.2 brought meaningful changes to Apple’s HomeKit platform, giving users the ability to receive instant alerts for a variety of new connected device types in their home.
iOS 10.2 adds support for notifications from a variety of HomeKit accessories, including window coverings, occupancy, motion, door and window detectors, smoke, carbon monoxide, and water leak sensors.
— Mike (@mikezmac) December 12, 2016