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Monday, January 16, 2017
D-Link Omna 180 is a feature-rich security camera that integrates with Apple HomeKit
D-Link Omna 180 is a feature-rich security camera that integrates with Apple HomeKit

D-Link unveiled its first HomeKit-enabled smart security camera at CES, joining a select number of manufacturers who have announced similar cameras this week that integrate with Apple’s smart-home platform. Called the Omna 180 Cam HD, it is the first in a planned line of products from D-Link that will be compatible with HomeKit.

Read more www.digitaltrends.com


10 years after iPhone launch, innovation flagging at Apple
10 years after iPhone launch, innovation flagging at Apple

Apple long ago established itself as a trendsetter, a company that prides itself on selling customers what they need before they even know what that is. But as the company delves into new devices and services, including the Apple Watch, AirPods wireless earbuds and software that links Internet-connected home devices to a smartphone, some analysts are wondering whether Apple should rethink its strategy.

Read more www.sfchronicle.com


Apple debuts AirPods ads highlighting Siri and pairing
Apple debuts AirPods ads highlighting Siri and pairing

You’ll still be hard-pressed to find Apple‘s new AirPods in stores anywhere, ever after the holidays, but Cupertino has taken to rolling out a new series of television commercials for the wireless headphones, highlighting and promoting their key features.

Read more www.slashgear.com


Xamarin.iOS Intro: Simple Twitter App
Xamarin.iOS Intro: Simple Twitter App

So I decided to learn Xamarin and C#. Because learning new things is cool. Specialization is cool too, but, as a wise man once said, “The more you know, the more you know you don’t know.”

Read more medium.com


iMyFone Umate Pro review: secure erase your iPhone, iPod or iPad
iMyFone Umate Pro review: secure erase your iPhone, iPod or iPad

Friends, ever bought a iPhone, iPad or iPod with 16 or 32 GB of storage and realised it was a big blunder? With growing sizes of movies, music and apps, its nearly impossible to handle a device with that range of storage space. Also temporary files and logs fill up space very fast. One needs to manage storage for such devices with care.

Read more technofaq.org


How To Do iOS Localization On A Small Budget
How To Do iOS Localization On A Small Budget

This year, iOS localization will rise to the top of any product manager’s to-do list. Why? Because localizing your iOS app will allow your business to gain access to growing markets all over the world.

Read more phraseapp.com


How To Fix Pokémon GO’s Annoying iOS Audio Dampening Bug
How To Fix Pokémon GO’s Annoying iOS Audio Dampening Bug

A few updates ago, Niantic introduced a bug into Pokémon GO that’s one of the more irritating in the game’s history, and this game has had a lot of annoying bugs. On iOS, when the game is open, it automatically cuts the volume of whatever audio your device is playing by about half, music, podcasts or what have you.

Read more www.forbes.com


Friday, January 13, 2017
5 Things We Learned from Leaked iOS Prototypes
5 Things We Learned from Leaked iOS Prototypes

As Apple’s iPhone turns 10, we’re getting a preview of what it took to get iOS to this point. Established tech tipster Sonny Dickson posted a video this week showing the earliest prototypes of what we now know as iOS, and there’s a lot we can learn from it.

Read more insights.dice.com


Google Maps for iOS updated with new ride services interface, deeper Uber integration
Google Maps for iOS updated with new ride services interface, deeper Uber integration

First off, the update refreshes the entire ride sharing interface. Google says that when you open the ride sharing screen, you’ll now see new ride options and more actionable informational. For instance, instead of a long list of ride service providers and ride options, you’ll see a map interface with a carousel of ride service providers available:

Read more 9to5mac.com


Easy iOS Push Notifications With back4app
Easy iOS Push Notifications With back4app

In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to easily implement push notifications in your iOS app using a cloud-based, third-party back-end service. We will start by looking at the required steps for any iOS app to implement push notifications and then use back4app (based on the Parse platform) as our back-end service.

Read more code.tutsplus.com



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