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Wednesday, July 12, 2017
ARKit Tutorial in Swift 4 for Xcode 9 using SceneKit
ARKit Tutorial in Swift 4 for Xcode 9 using SceneKit

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to work with ARKit, the new Framework from Apple that allows us to easily create Augmented Reality experiences in our iOS apps. The first thing to know about ARKit is that it can be used in three major ways:

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Apple’s ARKit will make 3D printing mainstream
Apple’s ARKit will make 3D printing mainstream

Imagine your imagination. Imagine being able to build the items that you see in your mind’s eye in 3D space, using gestures and a pen. Then imagine being able to bring those creations into the real world with a 3D printer.

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Machine Learning with CoreML
Machine Learning with CoreML

We iOS Developers are a lucky bunch – apart from the usual holidays in December, we enjoy a special Christmas every June – thanks to the World Wide Developers Conference organized by Apple. 2017 was no exception either. So when Apple unwrapped the boxes for us – out came the new HomePod Speaker, the new beast called iMac Pro, Mac OSX High Sierra – everything was awesome!

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Apple Watch And HomePod Are In High Demand
Apple Watch And HomePod Are In High Demand

According to a new survey, Apple’s HomePod and Apple Watch are in high demand among consumers. In a survey conducted by Raymond James analysts, out of the 500 people surveyed, 14 percent had full intentions to buy the HomePod when it’s released later this year.

Read more www.iphoneinformer.com


An iOS app can help you create an ambient music masterpiece
An iOS app can help you create an ambient music masterpiece

With a ton of weird samples, loops and oscillators, SynthScaper seems pretty full-featured.

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iOS 11 beta 3 adds hints of livestreaming options
iOS 11 beta 3 adds hints of livestreaming options

Apple released the third developer beta of iOS 11 yesterday, and we noticed a curious addition to the new screen capture functionality: There’s now a “Start Broadcast” button, possibly intended for sharing your screen during a livestream.

I say “possibly” because it doesn’t really do anything right now. If you tap on the button, it does exactly the same as pressing the screen recording button. It just saves a video file onto your camera roll.

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Thursday, July 06, 2017
iOS 11 public beta: 3 hidden features you should know about
iOS 11 public beta: 3 hidden features you should know about

Apple gave us a first preview of iOS 11 during WWDC last month, but it turns out that there are some features that were not revealed. In this week’s episode of The iPhone Show, I installed the first public beta of iOS 11 to try to uncover the best features that Apple did not mention during WWDC. The first public beta of iOS 11 sure has a lot of bugs, but it was totally worth it because of these hidden features.

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Wednesday, July 05, 2017
Apple marketing chief discusses ‘unbelievable’ response to ARKit, HomePod, more in interview
Apple marketing chief discusses ‘unbelievable’ response to ARKit, HomePod, more in interview

Apple vice president of worldwide iPod, iPhone, and iOS product marketing Greg Joswiak says developer response to the company’s new ARKit tools is “unbelievable,” suggesting consumers will have plenty of augmented reality app to browse through when iOS 11 launches this fall.

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Tesla Model 3 gets an augmented reality version via iOS 11’s ARKit
Tesla Model 3 gets an augmented reality version via iOS 11’s ARKit

Apple’s ARKit has really taken social media by storm. Almost everyday, a new demo is shared which shows the potential that augmented reality offers and also the prowess of developers.

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Users are calling the new Skype experience on mobile “the worst ever”
Users are calling the new Skype experience on mobile “the worst ever”

Last month, Microsoft started to roll out its new Skype experience on iOS and Android devices, and it’s fair to say that consumer feedback has not been great so far. Many users have complained about the app being difficult to navigate, or pointing out the loss of basic features such as the ability to delete contacts or sharing from other apps to the new Skype.

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