It’s an interesting walk down memory lane that includes specs and pics for each iPhone model.
Jeff Butts, Dave Hamilton, and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on someone in Apple leaking iOS 11 gold master, plus they talk about what they expect to see at tomorrow’s “Let’s meet at our place” media event.
Apple wants everyone to be ready for iOS 11 when it officially ships, so it added some highlights for the new operating system to its Tips app in iOS 10.
Zach Lieberman is an artist who is exploring how to create art using iPhone ARKit. His latest creation? Recording audio in space. In the demo video, Zach makes sounds like “woosh, psh, ah, click.” After each sound, a white blob bursts into the air, and as Zach walks backward, each blob is linked to the other blobs like a audio timeline. When he walks forward again through the trail, you hear each sound playing in reverse. Zach, who helps run the School For Poetic Computation in New York City, built the demo using Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM). It uses the iPhone’s sensors and camera to create a low-res map of the room. The app records sound with the microphone, processes and visualizes it, and then maps each sound blob to a location within the room.
If you’ve been receiving robocalls from numbers not in your contacts, they’re fairly easy to block. But Caller ID spoofing is another, more difficult, matter.
Apparently Siri, Alexa, and other voice assistants are susceptible to hacks from bats and dolphins—or maybe just hackers that know how to use ultrasonic frequencies.
This is a continuation of patents that date back to 2004, as suggested by an illustration of an iPod Classic in the patent filing.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to look at Apple’s latest entertainment industry hires, plus they talk about dealing with spam callers.
The date of the event is in keeping with rumors, and Apple is expected to announce new iPhones, Apple Watches, Apple TVs, and possibly the WWDC-teased iMac Pro.
Here’s everything you need to know to use and customize iOS 11’s Do Not Disturb While Driving feature on your iPhone.
Dr. Mac has collected quite an assortment of photography-related gadgets he uses with his iPhone, all aimed at helping him capture the best possible image every time.
Monday’s release continues an accelerated release cycle, as the last round of developer betas hit just one week ago.
Jeff Butts muses on this, debating whether or not the premium iPhone 8 will be something he’ll upgrade to.
In case tracking your kid’s device at all times is necessary, this is how you’ll prevent anything being changed or disabled.
3D Touch on the iPhone has all kinds of helpful uses, and in today’s Quick Tip, we’re going to cover a handy way to use it with Spotlight to make even an unfamiliar device do your bidding! We’re all about not paging through tons of folders to find what we’re looking for, folks.
Just because Apple is making iPhone and iPad models with beefier storage options doesn’t mean iOS isn’t evolving to help you manage the space better.
Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to sort out the news that the encryption key for the iPhone and iPad Secure Enclave has been released on the internet, and they also look at Apple’s US$1 billion investment in original programming for Apple Music.
Just because your iPhone or iPad can run iOS 11 doesn’t mean it supports ARKit. Check out TMO’s list of ARKit-capable devices.
In Photos under iOS, you can easily duplicate a Live Image as a still one. So if you’d like to preserve the extra info in your live shot while creating a still version, you can!
Jeff Butts and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet to talk about iOS 11’s new way to set up our devices, plus Mr. B fills us in on the iPhone app he wrote to monitor the Arduino thermometer he made.