iOS 12.1 beta code shows the iPad Pro that’s expected to be announced on October 30th will likely support portrait and landscape mode Face ID.
I’m a big fan of Kano’s coding kits like Pixel programmable light board and the Computer Kit Complete, so of course their new Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit looks pretty awesome to me. You get to build your own magic wand that interacts with the apps you make on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Kano’s coding tools are easy to learn, too. You can order your kit now for US$99.99 and deliveries will start on October 1st. Did I mention you get to build your own magic wand?
Bare Bones Software released BBEdit 12 on Thursday with improved search and editing, added color schemes, and more.
LAS VEGAS – LEGO has a cool new educational kit called Boost that teaches kids how to build and code robots. Jesper Bang Jensen shows Jeff Gamet how it works at CES 2017.
Apple released Swift Playgrounds for iPad along side iOS 10 on Tuesday, giving us the tablet-based developer learning tool first shown off earlier this year at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference. The app teaches coding skills without needing any prior experience.