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Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Apple updated its WWDC app last week, and now it has announced that the annual developers event will be live streamed. The Cupertino giant is holding the event at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium this time, and the keynote will begin at 10.00am PT (10.30pm IST) on Monday.

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Some people dream of tropical getaways, sipping cocktails on the beach with those cute little umbrellas, while for others the idea of paradise is developing a game-changing iOS app that captures the adoration of the digital world. If you’re among the latter, the iOS Coding Mastery Bundle will put you in direct command of the tools, tactics, and skills required to achieve your iOS app-building dreams.

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It’s no longer a surprise that Microsoft’s working hard to bring its apps on iOS and Android, and today the company is doing just that by launching a Garage project on the iPhone. Previously available on Android, the Sprightly app is a small and yet powerful tool that allows users to create fliers, catalogs, price lists, e-cards, and discount coupons straight on their iPhones without the need for any other solutions.

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Apple launched iOS—then called iPhone OS—on June 29, 2007, with the very first iPhone. Since then, the mobile operating system has gone through some major upgrades. But it didn’t happen overnight. Ever year in the summer, Apple has reinvented the OS, adding new features and redefining what’s possible on all its iDevices.

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Friday, June 03, 2016

GrubHub is the latest food delivery company to add Apple’s mobile payments service to its mobile apps, following in the footsteps of rivals Caviar, Door Dash, and Postmates. GrubHub, which was founded in 2004, originally launched as website where customers could browse and order from local restaurants that deliver.

Read more fortune.com



Yesterday, well-respected venture capitalist Mary Meeker released her annual Internet Trends Report. Inside the over 200 slide PowerPoint were some interesting numbers relating to the continuing battle between iOS and Android. As we reported last night, Meeker’s report showed iOS continue to decline in marketshare, while Android continues to gain.

Read more 9to5mac.com


Thursday, June 02, 2016

CviLux (Opro9 brand) has taken the lead to launch Apple Homekit devices in Taiwan. The first series will be smart outlet and light bulb, and more will come in the future. CviLux has built a foundation to provide iPhone flash drive with encryption function for data protection, so we got approval from Apple to develop and produce Homekit devices based on encryption and wireless technologies.

Read more www.digitimes.com



Reports on social media are growing about issues with the iCloud Music Library that appears to be affecting Apple Music subscribers using both iTunes on OS X and the Music app on iOS devices. A number of users have said that they are suddenly getting the “Join Apple Music” screen in the Music app on iOS when it is opened, while iTunes users who are using the service may see “unable to connect to iCloud Music Library” warnings.

Read more www.macnn.com



The latest Apple Pay bank additions, reported by The Toronto Star, come less than one month after the payments service integrated with systems from RBC, CIBC and smattering of smaller establishments.  Apple Pay was first introduced to the Canadian market in November, but initial availability was limited to American Express credit cards.

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Apple Pay as of now is available only in six countries, but the tech giant is keen on extending the imprint of the automated payment service universally. Bailey said that the company also intends to bring Apple Pay to markets where the penetration of contactless payment coverage is low but has the potential to grow.

Read more bilbaoya.com



In the not-too-distant past, buying a new car meant that you were able not only to flaunt the latest styling for a few years but also to relish the latest-and-best set of technology and entertainment features. Today it’s all on a much shorter timer, as vehicle dashes are far more influenced by the pace of the personal electronics sector than they ever were in the past; and the 18-month lifecycle for a smartphone doesn’t always match up so well with the 12- or 15-year lifecycle of a vehicle.

Read more wwmt.com


Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Siri’s been entertaining us with responses for years now, but chances are you haven’t asked Apple’s mobile digital assistant everything you could. And I’m not talking about all the useful things she can do. There is a plethora of nonsense phrases for which Siri has multiple throw-away responses.

Read more in.pcmag.com



A rather unusual iOS bug has been uncovered, and it allows a user to zoom into a photo infinitely in the stock Photos app. How does it work? We’ll walk you through the whole thing.

Read more wccftech.com



The popular app for iPhone and iPad that lets you unlock your Mac with your Touch ID sensor over a low-energy Bluetooth connection has received an important update on Tuesday that adds a number of new features to the app and fixes a number of previously-known issues. The update is free for everyone who owns MacID already for both the iOS and OS X apps, and make the new features and stability available across both platforms immediately following installation.

Read more www.idownloadblog.com



I have been using an iPhone as my primary smartphone since 2009 and sometimes I get bored looking at the same user interface day in and day out. That is why I constantly tinker with different iOS settings like “Button Shapes,” “Bold Text,” “Reduce Transparency” and “Darken Colors.

Read more www.forbes.com


Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Taiwanese trade publication DigiTimes is reporting that TPK Holding is gearing up to product nanowire-based flexible touchscreens. TPK is on Apple’s supplier list so there’s a high likelihood that future iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices could switch to these flexible screens based on nano silver ink. Originally developed by 3M, silver nanowire films are flexible and transparent to the eye, making them feasible for wearable devices particular.

Read more www.idownloadblog.com



Sarah Kruberg would like to extract the movie file (.mov) from Live Photos she imports them into Photos for OS X: As I understand it, a Live Photos image has a .jpeg file and a .mov file: the still JPEG shown normally and the .mov file “activated” when viewing the live portion (either on the iPhone 6s or in photos).

Read more www.macworld.com


Monday, May 30, 2016

Despite the dry Cydia pipeline that continues on due to the lack of a fresh jailbreak, existing iOS developers are still launching jailbreak tweak releases. This week hasn’t been much more impressive than the last, but nevertheless, we’ll still recap on everything that’s new.

Read more www.idownloadblog.com


Friday, May 27, 2016

’s a nice feeling when software works as it should, but that’s not always the case. In the case of the Apple Watch, notifications that are supposed to be tapping on your wrist may not work when you expect them to. If you’re having problems with your Apple Watch not receiving the notifications your iPhone is putting out, then you’ll want to follow the steps in this piece to troubleshoot what’s going on and fix the problem.

Read more www.idownloadblog.com



Vend’s free Counter app uses your iOS device’s camera to scan product codes and simplify inventory counts when processing deliveries and transfers, or during stocktake. Each count is automatically timestamped, so it is not essential to do the whole job in one pass. Items can be entered manually if their barcodes are damaged or missing.

Read more www.bit.com.au


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