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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
IDrive Online Backup has launched IDrive One, a wireless storage drive that boasts advanced wireless connectivity and streaming capabilities along with the option for internal SSD drives for improved performance.
With the new IDrive One app for iOS and Android, transfer your media files (Un-Encrypted) from your mobile devices to the IDrive One Device. Once transferred, Pictures / Videos / Music can be streamed to your mobile devices.
Drive One offers a host of features that makes it one of the most innovative storage devices around as it does three great things in one device:
Chimo Applications Inc. announced the launch of Version 1.0 of their new vehicle-to-vehicle messaging platform, available on all compatible iOS and Android devices. For the first time, vehicle owners have the ability to message other vehicle owners anonymously through the registered Chimo user’s license plate.
In addition to the application’s core messaging technology, Chimo also features a social alerts add-on, which allows users to post location-based messages to other vehicle owners in the area.
“We are very happy to introduce this new medium of communication,” said founder and CEO Saul Segall. “We believe Chimo will allow users to avoid certain undesirable situations, like a parking ticket, heavy traffic areas, auto theft, and many more scenarios. We wanted to give people the opportunity to be social with the vehicles they spend so much time in and around.”
In July, 2015, Google launched EddystoneTM, an open beacon format that supports Android and iOS devices, which is expected to bring about significant advances in beacon device application. On April 14, Google released the technical specifications for EID, a new frame type for Eddystone to enable a more secure beacon signal. SENSORO, an Eddystone manufacturer, simultaneously provided technical support for Eddystone-EID.
It is well known that Eddystone could support multiple frame types, indicating it could perform a variety of functions. So far, there are four different frame types under Eddystone: UID, URLs, Ephemeral Identifiers (EIDs) and TLM Data.
The device, manufactured by Miura and marketed as the Bold B5 50 reader by CardFlight, will allow merchants to accept EMV chip cards, contactless NFC payments, Apple Pay and Android Pay, as well as magnetic stripe payments from smartphones and tablets. The Bold B550 will be integrated into CardFlight’s mobile POS platform and payment gateway, which supports most major U.S. processors.
Resellers of SwipeSimple will be able to offer their merchants the Bold B550 device as a new option in addition to CardFlight’s existing card reader choices. The Bold B550 is particularly valuable for merchants that want to accept both NFC and EMV payments or who prefer to connect to a card reader via Bluetooth rather than the audio jack connectivity used in CardFlight’s other readers. SwipeSimple is CardFlight’s product that enables merchant service providers, banks, independent sales organizations and other financial institutions to offer a great EMV-enabled mobile point-of-sale solution to their merchants.
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