iOS 10 will let you delete pre-installed apps like Weather, Stocks, and Mail, but that may not be quite as awesome as it sounds. Adam Christianson from the Maccast, John Martellaro, and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to look at what really happens when you delete the pre-installed apps from your iPhone or iPad, plus they share their thoughts on the US Court of Appeals upholding the FCC's Net Neutrality rules. Bonus: Jeff hears phantom audio. Aliens? NSA?
Net Neutrality got a big thumbs up this week when a Federal Appeals Court judge panel ruled in favor of the FCC treating internet services as utilities. The ruling means the FCC has the authority to block Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, and other broadband providers from selectively throttling content that passes through their networks.
In this article, we're going to discuss how to add a widget to Notification Center that'll let you send messages or post to social networks right from the slide-out panel available in your menu bar. No more logging in on websites to post after you read today's Quick Tip!
Apple is taking a significant step towards making iPhone a(n even more) serious camera for professionals in iOS 10 by adding support for RAW photo files. The information was included in a slide during Monday's World Wide Developer Conference keynote, and TechCrunch reported details from a WWDC session confirming RAW support in iOS 10.
A very important and geeky technology that Apple has been working on surfaced after the WWDC keynote, namely that Apple has been working on a new file system for the Mac and other devices called APFS. It was probably too geeky to make the cut for a keynote broadcast live, but it's still incredibly important. John fills us in with background and what we know.
We have an ebook for those wanting to learn Apple's Swift programming language. Called Swift Programming from Scratch, the book contains more than 100 exercises.
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One big announcement that didn't make Monday's Worldwide Developer Conference keynote event was a new file system for macOS. Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to explain APFS and why it matters to Mac users, plus Bryan talks about why he thinks watchOS 3 could move him from like to love for his Apple Watch.
the new versions of iOS and macOS; it's also about recognizing developers and the outstanding apps they design. Monday night's Apple Design Award event highlighted innovative apps such as Ulysses Mobile, djay Pro, INKS, and more.
If you love rushing in where angels fear to tread, or just want to start playing with iOS 10 and macOS Sierra before they're officially available this fall, it's time to sign up for Apple's public beta program. You'll get access to pre-release versions come July, but keep in mind "beta" means "not ready for daily use on mission-critical devices."
Apple unveiled macOS Sierra during the keynote presentation at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, and for the past few years new versions haven't left any Macs behind. That changes with the operating system formerly known and OS X, so read on to see if your Mac is up to snuff.
Apple loaded up the feature list for iOS 10 during Monday's Worldwide Developer Conference keynote. Despite all the cool new stuff we'll be able to do with our iPhone and iPads, the list of compatible devices is still surprisingly long. If you aren't sure if your iOS gear can handle the new version, The Mac Observer has you covered with our definitive list of compatible devices.
Today's Quick Tip is about fast ways you can start a new private browsing session on either your Mac or your iOS device. So if you need your web searches and history to be secret, you can make that happen, as quick as a wink!
Fresh out of Apple's keynote and State of the Union talks, Dave and John digest their thoughts together, live for you (or, well, live to tape... not tape but digital... oh, you know what we mean!). Then it's time for some serious followups from the last two episodes. Photos, Watch layouts, Genius Bar tips and more. And maybe, just maybe, John and Dave might have to have a spirited disagreement to celebrate their 11th anniversary!
My iPhone has a folder called Rura Penthe where all the built in apps I never use are exiled. When iOS 10 ships that's going to be a very lonely place because we'll finally be able to delete those pre-installed apps we never use, like Stocks, News, and Tips.
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Apple has posted the entire video of the June 13, 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote. Most of the planned updates to Apple's OSes were discussed, watchOS 3, tvOS, the newly named macOS Sierra and iOS 10. The final versions of these four operating systems will be available to cutomers in the fall. Even though directed towards developers, the video reveals a lot about Apple's near-term strategy and thinking and is fascinating viewing for any Apple fan. It's about 2 hours and 4 minutes long.
Once upon a time, Apple was adding features by leaps and bounds to OS X. Some generally got used and some seemed to fall flat. And some didn't work very well in the early releases. With macOS Sierra, Apple's Craig Federighi is focusing on the really important things users need instead of gadgety features.
Apple hosted its 2016 Worldwide Developer Conference keynote Monday morning with big announcements for watchOS, tvOS, iOS, and the just renamed macOS. John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their first impressions and talk about what they saw as some of the most important announcements from today's event.
Apple unveiled Swift Playgrounds on Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday to help fulfill CEO Tim Cook's philosophy that coding should be taught to everyone in school. The platform will be free and available this fall.
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