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MoltenVK brings Vulkan to iOS and macOS

The Brenwill Workshop Ltd. announced that they will launch MoltenVK, an implementation of the Vulkan graphics API that runs on iOS and macOS, on Wednesday, July 27th, 2016, during the SIGGRAPH conference in Anaheim, California. The Brenwill Workshop will also discuss and demonstrate MoltenVK at the Khronos Vulkan Birds of a Feather session at SIGGRAPH.

MoltenVK is an implementation of the Vulkan graphics API that runs on Apple’s Metal graphics framework on iOS and macOS. In doing so, it extends the cross-platform availability of Vulkan to the iOS and macOS platforms. With MoltenVK, game developers get the performance benefits and added debugging and performance tuning capabilities of the Metal framework on iOS and macOS, while maintaining compliance with Vulkan, the next-generation, open, cross-platform, industry-standard graphics API.

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The Diary™ Launches New iOS App Using Modules from CareKit

The Diary Corp. announces the newest release of its iOS mobile app – a comprehensive solution to personal health management using CareKit, a new open source software framework designed by Apple to help developers enable people to actively manage their own medical conditions.

Available for free download from the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, The Diary empowers users to engage as more knowledgeable healthcare consumers by giving them control over their health information. This shift in health data ownership opens the door to a new generation of technologies that will transform the face of medicine by putting patients at the center of their care.

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Qualcomm Brings New Wi-Fi Solution and Software Ecosystem Support to Enhance Development for IoT

Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced at COMPUTEX 2016 that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., is extending its flagship QCA401x connectivity solutions with a new product. The new QCA4012 chip brings dual band Wi-Fi, enhanced security, low power, and a small size at a price point that best supports the development of connected devices. Qualcomm Technologies also announced the expansion of the QCA401x software ecosystem to include support for HomeKit™, Google Weave™ and AllJoyn®, as well as new cloud providers.

Premier Wi-Fi Connectivity Solution for the IoT
The introduction of the QCA4012 brings dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity to complement the existing QCA4010 single-band solution, making the new chip well-suited for applications in interference-sensitive environments. It also offers increased computing performance, memory and advanced features while minimizing size, cost and power consumption. The QCA4012 integrates low-power Wi-Fi and a fully featured micro-control unit (MCU) in a single-chip solution that combines design flexibility and rich development capabilities with a comprehensive set of hardware interfaces. Detailed features include:

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Stamps let’s you move songs & playlists between Apple Music - Spotify - Google Play Music

Available at no cost for iOS and Mac/Windows desktop, Stamp Music Importer by STAMP Software lets users import or export their favorite tracks and playlists to various music services. Import sources include: Spotify, Apple Music, Google Music, Rdio, Deezer and YouTube. Export destinations include: Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music, and Excel (for playlists).

While music tastes and preferences vary—often leading to some of the most heated debates (read: flame wars) that the web has ever seen—there’s one thing that bonds hundreds of millions of music lovers across the world: a unified hatred of having to manually move tracks and playlists between the ever-growing roster of music services.

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“you must transfer this device to your apple id to play content saved offline” error

Recently my iPhone was replaced in the genius bar, for which I’m very thankful. The camera wasn’t focussing anymore, something not very uncommon for the first batch of the iPhone 6 Plus. Next to that my display was showing vertical thin white line on the right side of the screen. The lines were only sometimes visible, mostly after using intensive graphics. The iPhone was more than one year old, so I feared that I had to pay for the repair of the camera. The opposite was true, the genius told me he was going to look for a better solution than having to issue 2 repairs for me. Then he came back with a brand new iPhone. So cool.

When I was back at home and restored all my apps and data, I ran into an error when I wanted to download my Apple Music playlist. Googling for this error didn’t give me many results, so I’ve decided to post it here when someone runs into the same problem.

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Tips to Improve the Sound on Your Apple Devices

Apple makes great devices. They look fantastic, are easy to use and, for the most part, do a good job.

Most iPhones, iPads and Macs have good built in speakers. The majority of users are perfectly happy with the sound quality. That is great, but many owners would still love to improve the way that their music, audio books and podcasts sound, which is why we have written this article.

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Green light turns your iPhone into a DashCam

Greenlight has created a market disruptive technology that enables the smartphone as a connected platform in the car. The Greenlight platform consists of a dash-mounted SmartCradle, paired with its Dashware app, which enables the phone to record driving video footage alongside driving data. The phone is also safely stored and charged while in the SmartCradle, without disrupting access to features like music, maps, and communications.

Greenlight provides a smarter alternative to dash cameras at a fraction of the cost of stand-alone cameras. The Greenlight product offers a solution on the platform that consumers are most comfortable with: their mobile phone.

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AirMap Expands Airspace Management System with iOS App for Drone Operators

AirMap, the world’s leading provider of airspace information and services for unmanned aircraft, announced today the release of the AirMap app for iOS and Apple Watch. Operators can now access low-altitude airspace advisories, create flights, file digital flight notices to over 80 airports, manage unmanned aircraft, and more. Building on the success of AirMap’s Digital Notice and Awareness System™ (D-NAS), the AirMap app brings to iOS devices a fully integrated airspace management solution for recreational and commercial drone operators.

Ben Marcus, CEO of AirMap and an airline transport rated pilot and flight instructor, said, “Everyone involved in aviation sees the promise and potential of unmanned aircraft.

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From the GPS app specialists -  Sygic Travel - Travel planner and City guide

Sygic, the global leader in GPS navigation apps used by 130 million people across the globe, today launched its travel companion platform, Sygic Travel. The new enterprise aims to transform the entire travel experience by offering customers help at every stage of their trip; inspiring, planning, booking and tailoring the entire vacation through just one app.

Sygic Travel provides the most relevant information and services, to help its customers from the initial holiday inspiration, through take-off, to the final sharing of their holiday memories. Users can research, plan and books their trips, and even process payments directly through the app.

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Beautiful Flight SIM 24 Hours Free: Flight Unlimited 2K16

California based Flight Systems LLC today announces Flight Unlimited 2K16 (v1.2), a major update to their popular game title developed for iOS devices. Soar across the beautiful skies of the San Francisco bay area. Flight Unlimited 2K16 utilizes advanced streaming technology to provide some of the best visuals in mobile gaming. The game features Ultra high definition satellite imagery of the San Francisco Bay Area and Switzerland. Free for 24 hours, version 1.2 sports many great new features.

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