Apple has five new commercials promoting iPhone photography techniques and features.
iOS 11.4.1 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch has a new security feature called USB Restricted Mode designed to keep hackers out of your iOS device. Here’s how to find the setting and, if you need to, change it.
In his Rants & Raves column this week and next, Dr. Mac offers his take on the most significant things announced at WWDC last week and what he thinks of them.
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With a new software version comes new App Store guidelines, and there are new rules that Apple didn’t publicly announced.
Siri users can ask for scores, schedules, standings, and team rosters in 35 countries now, in the run-up to the World Cup.
Check out this amazing demo video from developer Harley Turan. He posted it to Twitter on Friday, just a few days after Apple’s WWDC keynote. In it, he attached live data to a real-world object using ARKit 2 and iOS 12, and then moves them around. It’s like an ordinary commercial using thousands of dollars in post-production software, only it’s life. Put another way, it’s the future, posted to Twitter a few days ago. When people doubt the real-world value of augmented reality, this is the sort of thing I think about. Not games, as great I expect Harry Potter: Wizards Unite to be, but rather information attached to real world locations and objects. Especially once we get past this stone-age era of holding our iPhones in front of our faces to get our augmented reality. Oh, and remember that this was after just a couple of days with hands-on iOS 12 and ARKit 2.
— Harley Turan (@hturan) June 9, 2018
Andrew is excited by the new update and hopes that the Apple Book Store can grow to be as big (or bigger) than the Kindle book store.
San Jose – Jeff Gamet sits down with iPhone and iPad app developer Ish at AltConf and WWDC 2018 to talk about what he liked from this year’s conferences, plus what he’s working on now.
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iOS 11.4.1 is little more than a bug fix release, and no new features are known to be in this release cycle.