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Thursday, June 15, 2017

There’s a lot to love in Apple’s new iPad Pro lineup; faster chips, 120hz ProMotion display and slimmer side bezels on the 10.5-inch model. They also debut some really pretty new wallpapers. Each iPad Pro box features a picture of the tablet showing a wallpaper; a different one for Space Gray, Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold models.

Read more 9to5mac.com



The central shift is support for conditional triggers —a simple example being that if a lighting scene is set to run when someone returns home, it can be limited to running after dark. A cooling scene might run only when someone is home and a certain temperature is hit. This links with another addition, multi-person geofencing, to make HomeKit much more suitable for couples and families. Previously location-based scenes were tied to a single device.

Read more appleinsider.com



Seven years after the arrival of the first Android phone with Near Field Communications (NFC), Apple is finally allowing developers access to the short-range wireless technology in its own devices. Ever since NFC arrived on the iPhone 6 in 2014, it has been restricted to the contactless Apple Pay system.

Read more www.geekwire.com


Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Apple recently changed the terms of service for its App Store. One new paragraph caught the attention of John Voorhees at MacStories:

Apps designed to teach, develop, or test executable code may, in limited circumstances, download code provided that such code is not used for other purposes. Such apps must make the source code provided by the Application completely viewable and editable by the user.

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Apple Inc., which issued the biggest green bond ever sold by a U.S. corporation last year to finance projects fighting global warming, is doing it again. On Tuesday, the iPhone maker issued a $1 billion green bond to fund renewable energy generation.

Read more www.bloomberg.com



OK, Apple is officially working on self-driving cars. CEO Tim Cook recently elaborated on the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant’s plans in an interview with Bloomberg. “We’re focusing on autonomous systems,” Cook said in an interview during the Apple Worldwide developers Conference, published online Tuesday. “It’s a core technology that we view as very important.”

Read more www.usatoday.com



Machine learning is all the rage. Many have heard about it, but few know what it is. This iOS machine learning tutorial will introduce you to Core ML and Vision, two brand-new frameworks introduced in iOS 11.

Read more www.raywenderlich.com



Once again, Apple has shown up fashionably late to the party. This time it’s the party for smart home speakers. But can Apple use the same recipe it has used before to reshape and conquer a market when its key competitors are giants like Google and Amazon?

Read more www.mercurynews.com


Tuesday, June 13, 2017

One of the wonderful things about being able to interact with iOS 11 in its pre-release form is being able to interrogate the platform to not only interact with the announced features but to actually hunt out new improvements which haven’t been announced. Much to the delight of iOS users, one of those feature improvements means that animated GIF files are now actually animated inside of the stock Photos app.

Read more www.redmondpie.com



During Apple’s keynote at this year’s WWDC 2017, Craig Federighi announced iOS 11 support for the oft-forgotten quick response (QR) codes. While users stateside may not use QR codes regularly, for many in China it has become somewhat of a norm.

Read more 9to5mac.com



Enterprise application developers have a new choice for secure messaging systems, thanks to today’s launch of BlackBerry’s BBM Enterprise SDK. As the name implies, the tool allows developers to embed a version of BlackBerry’s messaging technology inside their iOS and Android applications for secure communications between users.

Read more venturebeat.com


Monday, June 12, 2017

In this first half of the year, the world has already seen all the possible rivals for the high end, and we have seen that the tech giant Apple for the second half of the year has enough competition.

Read more www.2020techblog.com



The last thing anyone would have expected Apple to completely redesign and significantly improve is the way we take, edit and share screenshots. With iOS 11 Apple has changed the whole screenshot experience for iPhone and iPad users, giving them access to instant tools and sharing options that make the experience of taking them a whole lot better.

Read more ioshacker.com



It’s a little different way to enable Night Shift Mode on iOS 11 as compared to previous version iOS 10/9.3. In iOS 10/9.3, you can easily turn on Night Shift mode as it was clearly seen in Control Center though the position of the Night Shift toggle is changed. But what about iOS 11?

Read more www.imangoss.net



With iOS 11 Apple has proved that the company still listens to its users by adding many features that users have been requesting for years. One such feature, that will surely make the lives of many users easier is the addition of screen recording feature in iOS 11.

Read more ioshacker.com


Thursday, June 08, 2017

After months of trailing a move into original TV content, Apple yesterday pushed play on the first episode of Planet of the Apps, which can now be watched online via iTunes if you’re a subscriber of the company’s streaming music service, Apple Music.

Read more techcrunch.com



WiFi passwords are a pain. They’re hard to remember and are often too long or complex to easily tell someone. Luckily, Apple has finally made a way to easily share your WiFi password with someone in iOS 11, the next major software update coming to the iPhone and iPad later this year.

Read more uk.businessinsider.com



Apple releases a major new firmware upgrade for its mobile device lineup every year, and with the announcement of iOS 11 at the WWDC 2017 keynote on Monday, it’s somewhat ironic that Apple has once again borrowed many of its new feature ideas from the brilliant minds that make up the jailbreak community.

Read more www.idownloadblog.com


Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Apple’s much-rumored HomePod made its debut at WWDC, and the natural question is “Why?” A developer’s event is no place to showcase hardware that devs can’t use to create apps, but there’s still plenty of reason they should be excited about Apple’s home hub.


Read more insights.dice.com



New voices for Siri and peer-to-peer payments are among the new features in the next version of Apple’s mobile device operating system iOS 11, previewed at the company’s annual Worldwide Development Conference on Monday.  “With the new operating system, Apple has doubled down on many of the applications it has developed for iOS,” said Ross Rubin, the principal analyst at Reticle Research.

Read more www.technewsworld.com


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