Last year we celebrated both 10 years Sir Apfelot and 5 years newsreel celebrated. And this year the next anniversary follows: 5 years Sir Apfelot App! Am 1. Juni 2018 we have pointed this out to youthat you can now download the app from the iOS App Store.
The post also provided some background information on the development of the program. Among other things, Jens showed how many sizes the logo was needed in order to be able to display it correctly in different places. After more than a year, namely in October 2019, the next piece of good news came: the Sir Apfelot app has since also been available for the iPad.
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Sir Apfelot App for old and new devices
Like her on the app page can see in the official App Store for iOS and iPadOS, the Sir Apfelot app can be used on iPhones from iOS 12.0. The iOS 12 operating system was released in 2018 and can also be installed on the iPhone 5s, the first iPhone SE, the iPod touch from the 6th generation and on numerous iPad models.
Of course, it is recommended to always install updates and thus keep the device with (currently) iOS 12.5.7 secure. I personally use the Sir Apfelot app on the iPhone 12 Pro and below iOS 16 – currently in version 16.5. As you can see, you can save this blog's article library on various Apple mobile devices.
Dark Mode has been available since 2019
I'm a big fan of dark mode, on all kinds of devices and in pretty much all programs. With the introduction of iOS 13 in 2019, a system-wide dark mode became possible on the iPhone and iPad. That's why it has been in the Sir Apfelot app for a few years now, more precisely since version 1.0.10 of October 10, 2019. In the following years there were repeated adjustments to the new operating systems.
Ever since the Sir Apfelot app was released five years ago, everything has always worked out well for me. What about with you? Do you use them? App and their ways to search and view blog content? Please leave a comment! :)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.