Wednesday, August 19, 2015
If you’ve peeked into the Royals dugout lately, you’ve noticed that Ned Yost sports a handsome Apple Watch. The Apple Along with notifying Ned on the latest weather, sports scores and stock tips, the Apple Watch allows users to receive phone calls and text messages.
Read more www.royalsreview.com
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 39 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. In this particular report we cover Apple’s future iBeacon based indoor location mapping for iOS devices.
Read more www.patentlyapple.com
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
In this tutorial you will learn how to raise the quality of pictures taken with your iPhone’s built-in camera with a start-to-finish mobile imaging workflow. It makes sense to push the limits of the iPhone: it is the camera that’s always with you! It’s always in your pocket and it’s built to share your pictures online.
Read more photography.tutsplus.com
Parabellum joins forces with accessories manufacturer Incase for an Apple Watch case that is arguably one of the most stylish ones out there. Combining the Los Angeles-based workshop’s expertise in all things leather and Incase’s knowledge of strength and durability, this collaborative watch case is the perfect combination of form and function, utilising a Free Range American Bison leather case and Military Grade ceramic and kevlar reinforcements.
Read more stealmag.com
With the advancement and new features of the watch OS2, different apps can now combine well with Apple Watch. The three primary ways, through which people can interact with an app on apple watch are- by viewing different notifications, accessing information in one glance and interacting with the app itself.
Read more www.softsystemsolution.com
If you’ve ever wanted to quickly send money to a pal to cover your share of the restaurant bill, you can now do so with your Apple Watch. Square has just updated its iOS Cash app—which lets you send money to anyone via email or text—so that it also loads on the wearable from Cupertino.
Read more www.engadget.com
iPhone jailbreak users, here’s some bad news for you. The TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.4, iOS 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3 has been patched by Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) in its latest release of iOS, which is version 8.4.1. The Cupertino company, more than a month after releasing its iOS 8.4, has patched the TaiG jailbreak vulnerability with its new iOS 8.4.1, which means all the security holes that TaiG have found to jailbreak the iOS are no more.
Read more www.valuewalk.com
In the rush to critique Google for its inability to patch older and some current versions of Android at all or promptly—a rush I was absolutely part of—it’s good to not ignore the baggage we’re carrying around as well. Google was rightly criticised for the tradeoffs it made starting with the release of Android 1.0 to allow handset makers and cellular carriers to control, more or less, what went onto Android handsets.
Read more www.macworld.com
“Even as we await the public launch of iOS 9 in September, Apple is already looking ahead to iOS 9.1,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors. “During a two week span in July, Apple engineers appear to have focused their attention on developing the first major update to iOS 9, as seen in the MacRumors visitor logs from Apple IPs.”
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Monday, August 17, 2015
People trying to talk to Apple’s electronic personal assistant Siri in a crowded place may soon no longer have to look like they are about to eat their iPhones, thanks to a new invention by Duke University engineers. “We’ve invented a sensing system that can efficiently solve an interesting problem that modern technology has to deal with on a daily basis,” said the paper’s lead author Abel Xie.
Read more www.bgr.in
HealthKit is a framework introduced in iOS 8 that provides a centralized, user coordinated and secure datastore for health and fitness related information. The HealthKit datastore is shared among apps so that they can access health and fitness related data.
Read more www.sitepoint.com
After briefly capturing the attention of the tech world two years ago, Apple iBeacon technology quickly faded from the discussion of potential growth drivers for the world’s largest publicly traded company. However, this largely dormant technology resurfaced again recently when retail behemoth Target announced a pilot beacon program, and Target hopes Apple iBeacon software will help finally allow this still-promising standard to eventually go live across its entire retail empire.
Read more www.fool.com
Apple Pay, Apple’s first foray into mobile payments, was announced by the technology heavyweight in September last year, but its global roll out hasn’t been all smooth sailing. It ran into multiple problems on the London Tube after its UK introduction, while take up in the U.S. seems to be a little slow, and now the company is reportedly in a stand-off with the major Australian banks.
Read more mashable.com
Apple has released a new set of bands for its smartwatch that will allow those with larger wrists to wear the device more comfortably. The release of the new Link Bracelet with extra links and L/XL band for the sport edition of the Apple Watch comes after a raft of user complaints.
Read more www.uswitch.com
Saturday, August 15, 2015
A minor update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is now officially available, arriving as iOS 8.4.1. The latest update to Apple’s mobile operating system is not very substantial, but it does fix a number of bugs that affected Apple Music, which made its debut with iOS 8.4 back in June.
Read more www.techtimes.com
Apple has made another minor tweak to its iOS 9 software but it is designed to have a major impact. Developer files of the next-generation software have revealed it will monitor Wi-Fi connection speeds and when it notices as drop in signal, it will automatically switch to mobile data.
Read more www.dailymail.co.uk
At WWDC this past June, Apple had so many items to get to that it simply didn’t have enough time to cover every single one of the new features it baked into iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan. While developers are typically pretty adept at unearthing all of the great new tips and tricks associated with any new OS from Apple, one of the more interesting new features went completely unnoticed.
Read more bgr.com
When GM demonstrates another company’s connected car technology, it does everything it can to make sure the infotainment system doesn’t overshadow its ride. That’s why it demoed Apple’s CarPlay in Chicago alongside two 2016 Chevy Corvettes.
Read more fortune.com
Apple is building a self-driving car in Silicon Valley, and is scouting for secure locations in the San Francisco Bay area to test it, the Guardian has learned. Documents show the oft-rumoured Apple car project appears to be further along than many suspected.
Read more www.theguardian.com
Friday, August 14, 2015
The issue is quite daunting and there are a few variations of it. The fist one is a rather eyebrow raising one, in which the Apple Watch doesn’t display message notifications at all, but instead, the iPhone rings up to inform the user that a text has come through. The second variation is the same as the first one, but the iPhone doesn’t ring either.
Read more wccftech.com