StageAcquired | Acquired
iOS offers various information and services related to real estate through its business activities. It helps improve the lives of its customers by creating living spaces that respond to the diversifying lifestyles of people and the changing social environment. It engages in condominium housing, real estate distribution/consignment sales, and renovation/remodeling businesses in the Fukuoka metropolitan area. On April 13th, 2022, iOS was acquired by Aiken Japan. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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Mar 25, 2023
March 24, 2023 Tech enthusiasts and gadget lovers often need a special magnifying device. With it, you can better examine the insides of a device, repair equipment, or simply admire the technological filling. A digital microscope will allow you to better see coins, banknotes, jewelry or just small details. You don’t have to buy a separate device for this, the iPhone and Mac will handle the task. To do this, you just need to combine a couple of chips of the apple ecosystem: a standard application A magnifying glass and screen broadcast mode. 📌 Thank you re:Store for useful information. 👌 What is needed for the option to work ▶ Any iPhone with iOS 14 or later. ▶ Mac with macOS High Sierra (and later) for a wired connection, or macOS is coming for wireless communication. ▶ Cable for connecting a smartphone to a computer with a wired connection. ▶ Tripod for better smartphone mounting. You can do without it, just firmly fix the smartphone in a comfortable position, on the charging station or stand. How to Use iPhone in Microscope Mode for Mac 1. Activate the app on iPhone A magnifying glass. It appeared in iOS 14 and can be removed from the gadget if you do not find it through Spotlight or in the library, download the app from the App Store . 2. Connect your gadgets with a wire if you are using older versions of macOS. 3. Run the application on the computer QuickTime Player. 4. In the menu bar, activate the option File – New Video Recording. 5. Through the recording menu, activate the iPhone camera and do not forget to unlock your smartphone. Otherwise, regular video recording will work, not screen broadcast. 6. Now you can adjust magnifier settings on your iPhone, activate the flash, and adjust the zoom level. At the same time, you will see the picture on the Mac screen, and if necessary, you can even activate the recording. It is best to install the smartphone on a tripod or fix it on a stand.
iOS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was iOS founded?
iOS was founded in 2007.
Where is iOS's headquarters?
iOS's headquarters is located at 3-17-18 Josei, Minami-ku, Fukuoka.
What is iOS's latest funding round?
iOS's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of iOS?
Investors of iOS include Aiken Japan.
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