Just a week after releasing iOS 12 developer beta 6, Apple rolled out iOS 12 developer beta 7 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Monday.
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Apple followed up Monday’s developer beta releases with iOS 12 public beta 5 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Sticking with its usual two-week release schedule, Apple rolled out iOS 12 developer beta 6 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Monday.
Your iPad makes for a pretty good Mac, assuming you’re comfortable doing a little compiling on your own. Mini vMac for iOS turns your iPad into a Mac Plus, Mac II, or Mac 128K with Mac OS 6 or 7. The source code is on GitHub and you’ll need the right ROM and disk images, all of which are available online. It even works with external keyboards and simulates an old school mouse. Mini vMac for iOS is free, and pretty cool to see running on an iPad.
It’s looking like this is the year Apple will stop including the Lightning to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter with new iPhones.
In this episode, Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet take a look at the new iPad icons uncovered in iOS 12. They also discuss the 14% drop in Mac unit sales and wonder why Apple doesn’t use that one weird trick of making new Macs to goose Mac sales. They cap the show with a look at why Apple would cancel the App Store Affiliate Program.
Apple’s own Stocks app says the company market cap is already over US$1 trillion. The app is wrong because Yahoo Finance hasn’t updated its AAPL share count yet.