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 has a new spot out called One person can change the world. Released in time with Tuesday’s iPad and education-focused media event in Chicago, the spot features a slow-mo pan through a playground filled with young children playing and being kids. With a simple piano soundtrack, the spot features different kids talking about being creative and how imagination can bring change to the world. It’s a compelling spot, and it’s either timely or serendipitous considering the growing youth movement in the U.S.
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.
Apple plans to start airing its original TV shows as early March 2019, but no later than summer 2019.
He’ll be talking design, including working on that famous 6 color Apple logo.
Now that the window has closed for developers to toss their hat in the ring in hopes of scoring Worldwide Developer Conference 2018 passes has closed, notifications are heading out.
Apple’s March 27th “Let’s take a field trip” media event in Chicago will highlight education-focused software, along with lower priced iPads for the education market.
Adweek has a great behind-the-scenes video that shows—among other things—that all that stretchy-house stuff from Apple’s new HomePod ad was done with practical effects, rather than CGI.
Apple has a new spot out, and I love it. It’s called Fly Market, and it features a young man dancing through a street market using Apple Pay and Face ID on his iPhone X to buy clothes and a present for his mom. The song is “Back Pocket” by Vulfpeck, a great tune. This commercial has charisma, and I love the imagery—I think it’s great. I’d love to hear what you think.
Bryan and Jeff discuss the ongoing #deletefacebook discussion and whether it’s a tempest in a teapot. They also talk about autonomous vehicles, regulation, and our future with driverless cars, and also our future with artificial intelligence.
There are now 45 permitted Apple autonomous vehicles on the road in California, up sharply from 27 in just January.
This allows enterprise developers to tap into Watson’s advanced machine learning technology, including the ability to tag and classify images, create new models, and train models with continuous learning.
This update is believed to include support for Dolby Vision on some Sony TVs, and it may include AirPlay 2, as well.
The two biggest known new features in this release cycle are Messages on iCloud and Business Chat.
Apple has a secret plant in Silicon Valley where it has been making its now MicroLED display panels.
In this TMO video podcast, Bryan Chaffin and John Kheit discuss the causes of Mac decay and whether Apple Store is the new DMV. They also discuss an idea that’s been on social media lately, that Johnny was out to get Scott Forstall. They cap the show with a couple of show picks. (WARNING NSFW: PROFANITY & RANTS)
Andrew Orr and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about what they think Apple may announce at its education-focused media event on March 27th, plus they discuss the ramifications of Apple holding the new Mac Pro release until 2019.
The release notes for developer beta 6 are the same as earlier developer betas as Apple continues hammering out bugs. The release notes for developer beta 6 are the same as earlier developer betas as Apple continues hammering out bugs.
Apple just started sending out invitations for a media event on March 27th called “Let’s take a field trip” at the Lane Tech College Prep high school in Chicago.
Kelly Guimont and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on France accusing Apple and Google of screwing developers, plus what’s behind Apple’s decision to publish its new Families webpage.