Just a day after released a special version of iOS 11.3 for the 9.7-inch iPad with Apple Pencil support, Apple rolled out its general iOS 11.3 release for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
iOS 11.3’s promised music videos section in Apple Music has shown up early. The new feature groups together music videos into categories like “Today’s Video Hits,” and “New Music Videos,” and “Music Video Playlists.”
There’s no indication of when the update will be available for other devices, but we don’t expect it to be much longer.
The Pages icon on the Mac remains the same though, although maybe it will get updated in the next version of macOS.
Here’s what you need to know about the Logitech Crayon stylus for the iPad from Apple’s “Let’s take a field trip” education event.
iBooks Author is now gone. RIP
Apple introduced iEveryone Can Create—a collection of resources for using drawing, music, filmmaking or photography in lesson plans for teachers—on Tuesday during its “Let’s take a field trip” media event.
This includes the Magic Mouse 2, Magic Keyboard with numeric keypad, and the Magic Trackpad 2.
Apple rolled out several improvements to its iWork suite, including drawing, book creation, a beta for Smart Annotation (i.e. support for Apple Pencil), and more.
ClassKit is coming in iOS 11.3, and it’s similar to other frameworks like ARKit, HealthKit, ResearchKit, etc.
The free, cloud-based software allows teachers to assign specific activities within an app to a child. It also allows them monitor that activity as the class works on assignments.
Apple’s free iCloud storage for education is getting a boost from 5GB up to 200GB. The extra storage makes sense considering students need a way to store their assignments and other files, and was announced at the “Let’s take a field trip” media event on Tuesday.
True to the rumors, Apple unveiled a new 9.7-inch iPad with Apple Pencil support during its “Let’s take a field trip” media event on Tuesday.
Apple is going to roll out the official public release of iOS 11.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Tuesday, or so says the Mirror.
Apple’s online store was replaced with the familiar “We’ll be back” note Tuesday morning. That’s no surprise since Apple is hosting its “Let’s take a field trip” media event today.
Mr. Cook’s comments came in the wake of news that Facebook profile data was used in ways that violate Facebook terms of service, and that Facebook knew about the privacy breach and didn’t tell users.
Andrew talked to developer and author Erica Sadun, James Thomson of TLA Systems, and Paul Kafasis of Rogue Amoeba Software.
Amazon Kindle rolled out an update to its iOS app recently with some major feature enhancements.
Facebook’s headaches over the way Cambridge Analytica obtained and exploited user profiles is far from over because the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has launched an investigation into the social network’s privacy practices.
Infosec says that it reported the vulnerability to Apple on December 23. Now after waiting the standard 90 days, the website says that Apple still hasn’t fixed the bug.