Hot on the heels of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 developer beta 3, Apple released iOS 11.3 developer beta 3 on Tuesday. So far, it looks like the update squashes some bugs, but doesn’t add new features.
The two biggest known new features in this release cycle are Messages on iCloud and Business Chat, plus the gorgeous wallpaper included with iMac Pro.
Curious how Siri decides which device it should respond from? There’s a process, along with a pecking order, and it takes only milliseconds to play out.
The Mac and iPhone maker filed for a new trademark for its iconic rainbow Apple logo that’s likely going to end up on hats and other headgear.
The company didn’t release patch notes for the update (which is common for Apple TV), but Apple’s other operating systems were all patched for the Telugu text bug.
That bug resulted in apps crashing from an Indian text character sequence, and messaging apps were particularly exposed.
Apple released watchOS 4.2.3 on Monday with a fix for a bug where specific characters from the Telugu alphabet could cause messaging apps to crash.
The Telugu text bug would crash your iOS device when certain Indian characters were sent to it.
Twitter is dropping support for its native Mac app, so we went on the hunt for modern alternatives. Turns out you have two choices.
However, they only affect certain disk images.
Apple’s 2018 Worldwide Developer Conference will reportedly be at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose again, from June 4th through the 8th. Apple hasn’t, however, officially confirmed the venue or dates yet.
Like most Pad & Quill products, it looks great, but Bryan Chaffin also think it’s a neat story: it’s made from leather that came from a 60-year old stash found in a warehouse in Europe.
Augmented reality is heating up and will get bigger and bigger. Shopping and entertainment will probably be its biggest areas of focus.
The page is an attractive, rich demonstration of the Apple Watch and how it’s a good fitness wearable.
Apple’s Carpool Karaoke: The Series is coming back for a second season on Apple Music.
The company sent out emails to developers notifying them that new apps submitted for the App Store will require native support for iPhone X’s Super Retina display starting in April.
I think the company is making a strong statement about the future of augmented reality.
We noted in January that Samsung is planning on introducing its own version of Animoji, and now there’s another report out saying the same.