Apple stocks app not updating
Not everything here is new, but it is a more convenient and robust experience.At the top of the "Passwords & Accounts" settings panel, you'll see an option called "Website & App Passwords." This takes you to a searchable list of all your stored passwords.Tapping on an individual stock brings up a neat graph of the stock's performance that you can customize to show performance over a day, a week, a month, three months, six months, a year, or two years.Below that, there's a feed of related stories from Apple News.I like these gestures better than their predecessors that relied on the home button, but that's just personal preference.I don't think they're actually more or less efficient.
Swipe down from the top-right and you'll get the control center, which also works like it used to.The options that Apple includes, and even where it places them, can be revealing about Apple's priorities with the update.These are some of the noteworthy additions and changes. But if you turn them on, i OS will stop pestering you with notifications and pop-ups letting you know that an update is available—though it will let you know when an automatic update is planned.I just wish some of the services were better, and News is one of the first examples I'd use to illustrate that point. Swipe partway up from the bottom of the screen, and you'll get the multitasking interface.Switching or closing apps works the same way as before once you're there.
The Stocks app probably isn't used by everybody, but Apple hasn't forgotten about it. The main view dedicates half the screen to a quick view of how your chosen stocks are performing, and the other half is dedicated to Apple News stories related to those stocks.