Launch X431 iDiag for IPAD and iPhone

Launch X431 iDiag Scanner for IPAD and iPhone,with this Launch X431 iDiag, your iPhone or IPAD will turn to be a powerful diagnostic scanner!

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X431 iDiag iPad iPhone IOS Requirements: X431 iDiag works with iphone ipad ipod touch with iOS 5.0 or above iOS 5.0.

Asia Car Software Bundle: 699usd Total 42 Car Models
Asia Car Software Bundle List: Acura, Changan, ChangCheng, Daewoo, Daihatsu, Flyer, Australia Ford, Hafei, HaoQing, Holden, Honda, HuaChen, Hyundai, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jacty, Jiao, JinLong, JPIsuzu, Kia, Lexus, Luwei_TY, Mahindra, Maruti, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Perodua, Proton, Qirui_TY, SSANGYONG, Subaru, Suzuki, Tata, TLIsuzu, Toyota, Xiali, ZhongShun, ZhongTai and ZhongXing.
European and USA Car Software Bundle: 799USD Total 31 car models
European and USA Car Software Bundle List: Benz, BMW, VW, Peugeot, Renault, Citroen, Opel, Audi, Smart, EURO Ford, Fiat, Landrover, Seat, Skoda, Rover, Saab, Jaguar, Lancia, Romeo, Dacia, Mini, GMSA, VAZ, Volvo, GM, BXGM, Chrysler, GAZ, Porsche, Sprinter and USAFORD.
X431 iDiag for iPad iPhone Functions:
1. OBDII full function
2. Search and help OBDII DTCs, display data stream graph
3. Support record and playback the tested data stream
4. Support basic diagnostic function for all systems of one single vehicle model
5. Support basic diagnostic function for all systems of multiple vehicle models
6. Support basic diagnostic function for all systems of all vehicle models
7. Create maintenance database
8. “My zone” functions
9. Establish public and private maintenance social circle
10. Provide instant information
11. Support online update
How to use X431 iDiag on iphone Ipad Ipod touch?
Step 1: Install Terminal Software
Step 2: Connect X431 iDiag diagnostic connector with car and iphone ipad ipod touch
Step 3: Register CC number
Step 4: Connector Registration
Step 5: Pay the software (you are allowed to pay on the PC)
Step 6: Download the software
Step 7: Now you are ready to use Launch Auto Diag to diagnose car models

iPhone 6 Battery Supply Woes Alleviated With Addition of New Supplier

Following reports earlier this year that suppliers’ struggles to produce an adequate volume of wafer-thin batteries for the rumored 5.5-inch iPhone 6 may contribute to an early 2015 launch for the device rather than a late 2014 launch alongside the smaller 4.7-inch model, a new report from Chinese media sources (via GforGames) suggests the problem may have been solved as Apple has found a new supplier capable of meeting demand.

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The report claims that Dynapack has been pushed to sidelines of Apple’s supply chain as Simplo and Desai become the main suppliers of batteries for the rumored iPhone 6. While Desai reportedly is struggling to work within Apple’s design constraints, Simplo supposedly has designed a workaround that allows it to produce mass quantities of the thin, but efficient battery module. If this report is accurate, then battery supply may not be an issue for Apple going forward.

Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6 at a media event around its usual September timeframe. The next-generation iPhone is rumored to feature a larger display, thinner design, improved camera optics, enhanced Touch ID sensor and a new, faster A8 processor.

Capo touch brings music learning to iOS, Mac version adds iCloud Sync and more

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Earlier this year we showed you Capo, the software that turns your iTunes library into songs you can learn to play on guitar, when version 3.0 of the music learning software for Mac was  released.

Today SuperMegaUltraGroovy is releasing the first mobile version of that powerful software for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and the developers are updating the Mac version with brand-new features as well.

Using Capo touch on iOS is as simple and easy as you would expect featuring super fast access to music stored locally on your device with cool features like the ability to speed up and slow down music as well as suppress the vocals of a song to focus on the music.

How to get Ford Focus rear view mirror heating function?

Even since the rear view mirror heating function was reduced in 2009, Ford Focus cars tend to have blurred rear view mirror in rainy days. Today, I will show you how to recover the function.

Tools you need:

1pcs of ELM 327 scanner

1pcs of screwdriver

1pcs of sleeve

Steps:

  1. Pry out the car window switch plate with the screwdriver;
  2. Twist off 2 screws mounted on the doorknob with the sleeve, and then remove the door plate;
  3. Remove the cover of the loudspeaker on the upper right inside the door plate and twist off two screws that fix the rear view mirror assembly;

X431 IDiag app V3.0 cannot work properly on iPhone, how to do?

Some customer told me that they had upgraded their X431 IDiag app to the latest V3.0 version, but the new app cannot log on the new app from their iPhones. Some customers said they could log in but the app would not work at all.

How to solve the problem?

If you have upgraded your app for X431 IDiag scanner to V3.0, please uninstall the app and download a relative old V2.8 version instead.

If you have not upgraded your X431 IDiag app, please keep using the old version.

What causes the problem?

We are sorry for the inconvenience. The new app is recently submitted to the App Store, but due to a server problem, the app is disabled. We have re-submitted a new V3.0 X431 IDiag app to the App Store. After the app is approved, you will be able to upgrade the app successfully.

iOS 8 lets apps quick easy login in Safari

iOS 8 lets apps access Safari AutoFill credentials for quick & easy login

In iOS 8, Apple is making the process of logging into apps a much smoother experience by allowing native iOS apps to access usernames and passwords stored in Safari. The new feature, which works by letting iOS apps tap into Safari’s AutoFill & Passwords feature, will allow users to login to apps with a simple tap rather than having to type login info. Imagine your username and password are stored in Safari’s AutoFill for Facebook, for example. When launching the native Facebook iOS app, the feature will let users select from passwords stored in Safari to quickly login (as pictured above with Apple’s demo “Shiny” app).

The new feature will first require developers to support it by associating their apps with their websites. The process involves developers adding one file to their website and one new entitlement to their iOS app in order to verify the services are

associated. They will then be able to take advantage of a couple easy to use APIs that let them request credentials stored in Safari and present them to the user at log-in. For apps that don’t have associated login data stored in Safari yet, apps using the feature will be able to save and/or update to Safari AutoFill and iCloud Keychain directly from within the app. The feature makes the process of logging into web apps and native apps more seamless, allowing both to access the same stored credentials from Safari.

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Apple said it hopes the feature will increase app engagement and solve the problem of users leaving apps while getting frustrated with the login experience. Safari’s AutoFill & Passwords are also synced to iCloud Keychain, allowing you to access the Safari credentials in apps across all of your devices including Mac.

It’s part of Apple’s push for “Continuity” in iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 Yosemite, which allows users to seamlessly transition from an app or task on one device to another across iOS and OS X. Apple’s Handoff Continuity feature also attempts to bridge the gap between web apps and native apps. While it allows users to easily transition between native iOS apps to OS X apps— imagine picking up where you left off in a document across platforms—  it will also allow app developers to send users to an associated website if a native app isn’t available.