tvOS 9.2.2 now available for fourth-generation Apple TV with bug fixes and speedier performance

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

In addition to releasing OS X El Capitan 10.11.6, iOS 9.3.3 and watchOS 2.2.2 software updates, Apple this morning also posted a bug-fix tvOS release for the fourth-generation Apple TV. Available via the Software Update mechanisms in Settings → System → Software Update, the tvOS 9.2.2 software update packs in performance improvements, bug fixes and security enhancements found since the release of tvOS 9.2.1 two months ago. Read More

 

Apple seeds beta 3 of watchOS 3 to developers

By Cody Lee on Jul 18, 2016

Alongside several other software releases, Apple on Monday issued beta 3 of watchOS 3 for the Apple Watch. Registered developers can download and install the over-the-air update via the Watch app in iOS 10.

Today’s beta 3 has build number “14S5290d” and comes nearly two weeks after beta 2 was released, and about a month after the original beta landed. Introduced at WWDC, watchOS 3 brings about a number of new features and improvements. Read More

 

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 hits Mac App Store with bug fixes and security enhancements

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

A sixth major software update to OS X El Capitan 10.11 since its September 2015 debut is now available for public consumption as a free-of-charge release on the Mac App Store. To apply the update, launch the Mac App Store on your computer and click the Purchased tab: OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 should be sitting there, waiting for you to download it. If not, give it a few minutes or hours as new software takes some time to propagate across the Internet. Read More

 

iOS 9.3.3 released with bug fixes and performance improvements

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

Apple is releasing minor OS updates to its install base today, starting with a bug-fix focused watchOS 2.2.2 update for the Apple Watch and continuing with iOS 9.3.3, which appears to include a bunch of bug fixes and unspecified performance improvements. The update can be applied on your device over-the-air in Settings → General → Software Update or downloaded through desktop iTunes. Read More

 

Apple posts watchOS 2.2.2 bug-fix update for Apple Watch

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

In addition to treating developers to new betas of iOS 10, tvOS 10 and watchOS 3, the Cupertino company this morning also released a minor software update for Apple Watch owners. The watchOS 2.2.2 software update, a minor bug-fix release, is now available for download through the Watch companion app on an iPhone and includes more than a dozen bug fixes. Read More

 

Apple releases tvOS 10 beta 3 for developer testing

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

In addition to releasing a third beta of iOS 10 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to members of the Apple Developer Program, Apple on Monday morning also released a third beta of tvOS 10 for developer testing. tvOS 10 beta 3 (build “14T5296d”) can be deployed on fourth-generation Apple TVs that have an appropriate configuration profile installed and are running a prior beta of tvOS 10. Read More

 

Apple seeds iOS 10 beta 3 to developers

By Cody Lee on Jul 18, 2016

Apple on Monday seeded the third beta of iOS 10 (build “14A5309d”) to developers. The release, which comes roughly two weeks after beta 2, is available to all registered iOS developers through Apple’s dev center.

Beta 2 brought about several, though not necessarily significant, changes including a new Rest Finger to Unlock option, and enhancements to Notification Center, Messages and the stock Music app. Read More

 

Ahead of June quarter earnings, Apple’s stock passes $100 for the first time in six weeks

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

Shares of Apple have passed the psychological important barrier of a hundred bucks per share ahead of the company’s ahead June quarter earnings report, which is scheduled to take place next Tuesday, July 26. This marks the first time Apple’s stock price broke the $100 mark in six weeks after the stock plunged below $90 following weaker-than-expected iPhone sales, CNBC tweeted this morning. Read More

 

Claimed ‘iPhone 7 Pro’ shown on newly leaked photos

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

Dutch blog iPhoneabonnementen.com re-posted Monday some interesting new photos that allegedly show off a three-model iPhone 7 lineup consisting of the claimed ‘iPhone 7’, ‘iPhone 7 Plus’ and ‘iPhone 7 Pro’ models. The images were originally posted on Chinese social network Weibo by an unknown source and should be taken with a grain of salt. Read More

 

Nintendo delays Pokémon Go launch in France “as a sign of respect” for Nice victims

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

Last Thursday’s deadly terrorist attack in France’s Nice left eighty-four people dead when an attacker ploughed a lorry into people celebrating the national Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais. In the aftermath of the attack, Nintendo is postponing the planned release of Pokémon Go in the country out of respect for the French people “in this time of national mourning,” a Pokémon Company spokesperson told IGN France. Read More

 

Facebook SDK for Swift beta now available to iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS developers

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

This past weekend, the social networking giant Facebook announced that a beta version of its brand new software development kit (SDK) for Apple’s Swift programming language is available for download. The new SDK integrates Facebook buttons into iOS, watchOS, macOS and tvOS apps written in Swift, and integrates such features like Facebook Login, Analytics for Apps, Graph API and Share to Facebook sheets. The Facebook SDK source code is available via GitHub on an open-source basis. Read More

 

GlaxoSmithKline starts rheumatoid arthritis study using Apple’s ResearchKit

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) announced Monday that it has started a new rheumatoid arthritis study which uses Apple’s ResearchKit platform that lets medical researchers gather robust and meaningful data from iPhone users. The drug maker will be using ResearchKit in its new GSK PARADE iPhone app. Read More

 

“’P.S. spelling counts here”

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

In May 2013, Apple offered industry analyst Michael Gartenberg to join its marketing team under the leadership of Phil Schiller, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing.

He took the job without hesitation and lasted nearly three years on it before resigning in December 2015. Gartenberg, who is currently with iMore, maintains that “Apple is probably one of the best places in the world to work” and tells a little anecdote that highlights how far Apple’s attention to detail goes. Read More

 

Airmail 3 for Mac gains new snooze actions, unified VIPs, reply reminders & other new features

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

Following its major revamp of the Mac app, the powerful email client Airmail 3 has now received its first point update on the Mac App Store, bringing out a few missing features. In Airmail 3.0.1 for macOS, a free update for existing users of the app, you can take advantage of a brand new Unified VIP feature which brings together emails from the app’s built-in VIP contacts received across all your accounts. BusyCal 3 users will appreciate the ability to connect their calendars from within Airmail 3 and everyone will love many other features available in this release. Read More

 

Catch ‘em all using Yelp’s built-in PokéStop filter

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

Pokémon Go’s burgeoning community has been painstakingly creating and maintaining a detailed Google map of PokéStops and gym locations found in specific spots around the world. Actually, whole websites have sprung up dedicated to the Internet phenomenon that seems to be taking the word by storm. Now Yelp developers have decided to jump in on the action with a new PokéStop filter in their mobile app. Read More

 

Japan’s SoftBank is buying iPhone CPU supplier ARM for a reported $32 billion

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 18, 2016

Japan’s carrier SoftBank has announced it will be purchasing British fabless semiconductor maker ARM Holdings plc for a reported $32 billion, which is around a 43 percent premium on its closing market value of $22.25 billion on Friday. ARM confirmed the deal (PDF download) on Monday.

According to the statement, ARM’s board is expected to recommend shareholders accept the offer. Apple is an investor in ARM and licenses its technology as a basis for custom CPU designs for its own A-series chips which power iOS devices. Read More

 

Easily delete photos from your iPhone or iPad with Image Capture on Mac

By Anthony Bouchard on Jul 18, 2016

If you have a Mac, then you also have a really useful image importing app called Image Capture lurking in your Applications folder.

To be completely honest, I still use the Image Capture app despite the fact Apple released their new Photos app for OS X last year, and that’s because it’s a dead simple utility that isn’t bloated with extra features I really don’t feel like using.

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the Image Capture app on your Mac to remove photos or videos from your iPhone or iPad. Read More

 

Do you have unfinished Mac App Store downloads? Here’s how to check

By Anthony Bouchard on Jul 18, 2016

Do you have any Mac App Store apps stuck in cyberspace that you don’t even know about?

That’s a trick question… how are you going to know if you don’t check?

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how you can check to see if there are any downloads waiting to be completed in the Mac App Store on your Mac. Read More

 

Another video compares claimed iPhone 7 casing to iPhone 6s

By Christian Zibreg on Jul 17, 2016

Two days ago, a six-second clip gave us our first non-static look at a claimed iPhone 7 dummy case.

Last evening, French blog NowhereElse.fr shared another video that was posted to Chinese microblogging site Weibo, which offers a side-by-side comparison of an iPhone 7 casing against the iPhone 6s’s industrial design.

Corroborating prior rumors, the claimed clip shows a larger camera opening on the backside plus redesigned, more subdued antenna lines and—you guessed right—no headphone jack. If Apple follows its usual release schedule, the iPhone 7 will make its debut in September. Read More

 

Wallpapers of the week: blue sky

By Jim Gresham on Jul 17, 2016

The Wallpapers of the Week section hosts a new collection of iOS friendly images each Sunday. From pop culture to galaxy walls, the curated posts are quite popular with readers. Until any major iOS design changes, customizing your wallpaper remains the best way to modify your stock device without jailbreak requirements.

As one of the more popular categories, naturescapes tend to draw a lot of attention. Today’s post falls into the nature category with excellently captured blue skies. Step inside for the downloads. Read More

 
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