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Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Apple announced iOS 11, the latest version of its mobile operating system, at WWDC 2017 and it’s bringing a host of new features to current iPhones and iPads. It’s not just the current crop of devices that will be in line for some iOS 11 loving though, with its Fall release expected to coincide with the launch of the much rumored iPhone 8 (and iPhone 7S and 7S Plus).

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iOS 11 is loaded with new features, but some of the best ones are the things Apple didn’t discuss on the WWDC stage. For example: the camera app can now scan QR codes by default, no extra software necessary.

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Apple packed a bunch of cool new features into the new iOS 11 update coming later this year, but it’s possible none of those are cooler than a simple screen capturing tool that makes it easier than ever to record videos of your iPhone in use.

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Apple is introducing a new feature in iOS 11 that will help users free up space on their iPhone by offering personalized recommendations about actions they can take to increase the available storage. The feature will go a long way towards helping all iPhone owners get better control over their phone’s storage, but will be especially useful for those who own one of Apple’s entry-level models, like the 16 GB iPhone 6 or 6S, for example.

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Apple may have an awkward history of avoiding and then embracing NFC in the past, but new developments at this week’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference indicate those days are long gone. Apple already announced new NFC functions coming to the Apple Watch with watchOS 4, but according to documents for the upcoming iOS 11 release, the iPhone’s NFC chip might also be handling much more than just Apple Pay transactions and Passbook check-ins.

Read more www.engadget.com



In one fell swoop, this fall’s forthcoming iOS 11 update will mark the end of support for not only 32-bit apps, but also legacy 32-bit devices. That means owners still clinging to their iPhone 5, iPhone 5c and fourth-generation iPad will be left behind —or forced to upgrade.

Read more appleinsider.com


Tuesday, June 06, 2017

One of the most underrated announcements at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference Monday was the company’s unveiling of Core ML, a programming framework designed to make it easier to run machine learning models on the company’s mobile devices. Core ML will be part of iOS 11, which is expected to launch later this year.

Read more venturebeat.com



Exclusive: ACCC claims staff wrongly told iPhone customers they were not entitled to free replacements or repair if device had been taken to unauthorised third party

Read more www.theguardian.com


Monday, June 05, 2017

Apple has finally taken the wraps off of the latest and greatest iteration of WatchOS, its smartwatch operating system. WatchOS 4, as the new version is called, was unveiled at Apple’s WWDC, and boasts a number of great new features.

Read more www.digitaltrends.com



Apple just announced on stage at its Worldwide Developer’s Conference that Apple Pay is getting person-to-person payments. The feature will come in iOS 11, which was announced on stage, and will be available later this year.

Read more www.theverge.com



Apple Maps is heading for the great indoors. Apple on Monday introduced indoor maps for its service, one of many updates during its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California.

Read more www.cnet.com



Apple is diving into the world of augmented reality. ARKit is Apple’s new developer platform, allowing programmers to build apps that blend the real world with digital objects. It’s due out later this year in iOS 11.

Read more www.engadget.com



Apple has announced it is completely redesigning the App Store experience. The news came during the company’s annual WWDC keynote in San Jose. The update will bring a new ‘Today’ tab that will make it easier for iOS users to discover new apps and learn more about the developers that created them.

Read more thenextweb.com



Apple Music, the company’s subscription streaming service, now has 27 million paying subscribers, up from 20 million subscribers in December and 13 million a little more than one year ago. That’s decent growth for Apple Music, which was launched just two years ago.

Read more www.recode.net



Apple has updated its professional-focused iPad Pro tablet lineup with a new addition. The company revealed a refreshed 9.7-inch tablet and a newer, larger 10.5-inch iPad Pro at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, Calif., on Monday.

Read more www.zdnet.com



Apple Inc on Monday introduced the HomePod speaker to compete with Amazon.com Inc’s Alexa assistant and Echo devices for users who prefer voice-operated systems for shopping, planning and other tasks. The hardware debut, a rarity at the annual developers conference that traditionally features software and only minor hardware updates, came as analysts and investors watch for signs of the world’s largest publicly traded company’s next blockbuster product a decade after the introduction of the iPhone.

Read more www.reuters.com



Say hello to a new app switcher, an improved dock, a new Files app and much, much more. With Apple’s new iOS 11, the company not only introduced a brand new mobile OS for iPhones, it completely revamped the experience for iPads as well.

Read more www.engadget.com


Friday, June 02, 2017

Microsoft announced an updated version of its Skype app for iOS today, bringing a big redesign to the fore along with new features inspired by other popular apps. Skype is now designed on iOS (and Android) to bring a sharp focus on some of its built-in features, including chat bots, conversations with other real people, and even a new Snapchat Stories-like feature baked right in.

Read more www.iphonehacks.com



Learn how to reduce noise by ensuring that spam calls do not interrupt your phone usage. Here’s how to utilize iOS 10’s call blocking features and a couple of third-party apps.

Read more www.techrepublic.com



Creating artificial intelligence that marvels and excites people has never been an easy job, but it has always been one that Apple Inc. has been good at. The company’s virtual assistant for smartphones, commonly known as Siri, was the first of its kind to bring artificial intelligence technology to smartphone assistants, positioning the company as one of the pioneering names in bringing artificial intelligence to personal computers.

Read more www.forbes.com


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