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Monday, June 26, 2017

Fans of all things SEGA may be excited to learn that several of the world-renown video game studio’s most-popular classics have this month became available to download on mobile …

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all receive junk mail on occasion. Sometimes, it’s promotional garbage from online shops. Other times, it’s requests for huge cash sums to assist a Nigerian prince, or miracle weight loss solutions, or even “performance enhancing” pharmaceuticals – either which way, know this: how you deal with junk mail can have a significant impact on the frequency of receiving spam.

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Want to test iOS 11 beta version ahead of its release?? Here’s How To download and install iOS 11 beta 2 without Developer Account or iTunes and Computer on iPhone 7, 7 Plus or below, iPad or iPod Touch

Read more www.imangoss.net


Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Apple announced its smart speaker at WWDC 2017 with a big focus on audio quality. But can the Siri speaker - aka HomePod - stand up to Google Home and Amazon Echo at nearly twice the price?

Read more www.techadvisor.co.uk



The Unicode Consortium on Tuesday released version 10.0 of the Unicode Standard, offering a preview of new text characters and emoji that will likely arrive on Apple platforms like iOS later this year.

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Steve Jobs, the late cofounder and CEO of Apple, was known as much for his difficult managerial style and confrontational attitude as he was for his unrivaled product vision. In his first public appearance in five years, ex-Apple exec and iPhone co-inventor Scott Forstall said that there was a lot more to Jobs than met the eye.

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Microsoft has quietly posted two new accessories onto its website, called the Modern Keyboard and the Modern Mouse, that were both built to visually match the company’s line of Surface products; while the keyboard is also designed to work with MacOS and iOS devices that support Bluetooth 4.0.

Read more www.iphoneinformer.com



This year, WWDC was held in San Jose. Tim Cook started by explaining that it was the most diverse WWDC ever with 5300 attendees coming from 75 countries. I have been invited by Apple as a scholar. This year, the ticket and lodging was offered by Apple to the 350 scholars.

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When Steve Jobs introduced the iPad in 2010, he made a rather bold statement: the iPad will become the mobile computer of tomorrow. I talked to Jobs right after the iPad launch, and he said the iPad had the potential to replace one’s laptop, but I wondered if that approach would cannibalize Apple’s laptop business.

Read more www.pcmag.com



Briefly teased at the WWDC keynote, flat-pack furniture company Ikea has officially declared that it is working on a ARKit catalog for the iPhone that will launch at some point in late 2017.

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Here’s how to use the new iOS 11 Automatic Setup feature on your compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch when setting up a new device. Would you like to live in a world where you can just hold your old iOS 11-powered device right next to a new iPhone or iPad and instantly have the important WiFi, Apple ID, personal settings, preferences, and iCloud Keychain passwords magically beamed across to that new device?

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A few months ago, designer Vianney le Masne put together an absolutely stunning concept video depicting what Dark Mode on iOS 11 might look like. While iOS 11 mockups are certainly a dime a dozen these days, Masne’s effort was so elegant and thoughtfully designed that it easily stood out from the rest of the pack.

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Monday, June 19, 2017

If you weren’t lucky enough to get a “golden ticket” to WWDC 2017, catching up by watching the videos will be quite a challenge, as there are over 130 WWDC session videos available this year!
There are videos on the newest APIs, such as ARKit, CoreML, Drag and Drop and Vision; ones covering Xcode 9 with new and improved refactoring in Swift, Objective-C and C++, and then there’s everything new in Swift 4, new bits in UIKit, great videos on accessibility and so much more.

Read more www.raywenderlich.com



Apparently, electronics aren’t the only Apple products that will drain your wallet. From the mid-‘80s through the early ‘90s, Apple dabbled in fashion.

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There is a long-held tradition with the sighting of the new moon to signal the beginning and the end of Ramadan, and the anticipation that leads up to the announcement spreads excitement across the region as celebrations are all in due order.

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Apple’s shares have become very oversold in the past two weeks as Mizuho and Pacific Crest downgraded the stock from Buy/Overweight to Neutral/Sector Weight, respectively, and tech stocks took a hit. Their main reason centered around iPhone 8 expectations being baked into the stock given their recent strength and that valuation levels while not excessive don’t allow for much upside.

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In an extract from his new book, Brian Merchant reveals how he gained access to Longhua, the vast complex where iPhones are made and where, in 2010, unhappy workers started killing themselves

Read more www.theguardian.com


Friday, June 16, 2017

Nest has long been a holdout on Apple’s Siri-controlled HomeKit platform, and many have speculated it will never add support due to its ties with Google and its competing offerings. But this week the company told us it’s at least considering adopting HomeKit following some big changes for hardware authentication requirements announced this month.

Read more 9to5mac.com


Thursday, June 15, 2017

We’ve seen some amazing demos recently where people combine the Mapbox Unity SDK and Apple’s recently announced ARKit APIs to make stunning maps with 3D terrain and buildings that magically hover over objects in the real world. I wanted to break down the steps required to do this and turn this magic into reality.

Note: This project requires an iPhone 6S (or later) running a pre-release of iOS 11, a pre-release version of Xcode 9, and a patched version of Unity (Unity 5.6.1.p1 or later). Some experience with both Unity and iOS development using Xcode is helpful, but not required.

Read more www.mapbox.com



Apple only announced its augmented reality developer platform ARKit last week at the Worldwide Developers Conference, but some video clips have already been posted online by developers eager to showcase the impressive potential of the software.  ARKit enables iPhones and iPads running iOS 11 to superimpose computer-generated graphics over the real world, allowing developers to take their apps beyond the screen and into the user’s environment.

Read more www.macrumors.com


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