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2016

iOS 10 rich notifications will come to devices without 3D Touch, Apple tells developers

Tuesday June 14, 2016

Though Apple showcased the new rich notifications in iOS 10 using 3D Touch on an iPhone 6s, the same functionality will also come to older iPhone models without pressure sensitive displays, developers have been informed.

How to remove Stocks, Compass and other native apps from your iPhone or iPad in iOS 10

Tuesday June 14, 2016

The upcoming release of iOS 10 will finally allow users to uninstall unwanted native apps, including Stocks and Watch, and even core apps like Calendar, Mail and Music. Here's how it works.

Apple wins patents for transparent AR device, device with wrap-around display

Tuesday June 14, 2016

Apple on Tuesday won a pair of patents relating to advanced mobile devices including a property covering transparent augmented reality devices and IP detailing a mobile electronic device with flexible wrap-around display.

Apple removes Siri Remote requirement for gaming apps in latest tvOS beta

Tuesday June 14, 2016

Buried amidst an avalanche of WWDC announcements, Apple on Monday removed a stipulation in its developer resources guidelines that required tvOS games use the fourth-generation Apple TV Siri Remote as a gaming controller.

AppleInsider podcast dives into Apple's WWDC 2016 keynote

Tuesday June 14, 2016

In this special episode of the AppleInsider podcast, Dan Dilger joins us live from San Francisco with a hot take on the products, services and initiatives unveiled during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Monday.

Flash Deal: Apple's early 2015 13-inch MacBook Air (1.6GHz, 4GB, 256GB) for $829

Tuesday June 14, 2016

For the next 24 hours only (or while supplies last), B&H Photo is offering the lowest price we've ever seen on the Early 2015 13-inch MacBook Air (1.6GHz, 4GB, 256GB) at $829 with free shipping and no sales tax outside of NY. Or grab $200-$400 off current MacBook Pros.

Apple reveals macOS Sierra hardware compatibility list

Monday June 13, 2016

Following Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on Monday, Apple posted details about the upcoming macOS Sierra release to its official webpage, noting hardware support going back to the 2009 model year.

Apple Design Awards go to Lara Croft Go, dj Pro, others

Monday June 13, 2016

Apple on Monday announced its annual selection of Design Awards recipients on Monday, handing out honors to the developers behind standout app properties like Lara Croft Go, Frame.io and dj Pro, among many others.

How to Register for Apple's iOS 10 and macOS Sierra betas

Monday June 13, 2016

A spectrum of new features are set for introduction when iOS 10 and macOS (nŽe OS X) see public release this fall, but those brave enough to take the leap can test drive the software as part of Apple's Beta Software Program come July.

'Apple File System' will scale from Apple Watch to Macs, replace HFS+

Monday June 13, 2016

In an under-the-radar WWDC announcement, Apple on Monday introduced the Apple File System, designed to eventually replace the HFS+ format and better exploit modern technologies.

First look: Widgets escape Notification Center, arrive on lock & home screens in iOS 10

Monday June 13, 2016

After laying the groundwork with widgets in Notification Center with iOS 8, Apple's forthcoming iOS 10 update will make widgets more accessible and useful, by making them available not only on a a device's lock screen, but also on the home screen's Siri search.

Apple nixes Game Center app in first iOS 10 beta

Monday June 13, 2016

Apple's long bemoaned Game Center is not present in the first beta version of iOS 10, suggesting the company intends to deprecate the standalone app after more than five years of service.

Apple posts WWDC 2016 keynote video, iOS 10 ad, Swift developer story online [u]

Monday June 13, 2016

After wrapping up the onstage portion of its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Apple on Monday published a full video of the keynote event, as well as an iOS 10 ad and Swift coding feature, to its website and YouTube.

iOS 10 will allow deleting first-party apps cluttering homescreens

Monday June 13, 2016

Answering a long-standing complaint, iOS 10 will finally let people delete apps native to the operating system, potentially clearing up both storage and homescreen space.

Apple restricts iOS 10 to iPhone 5, 4th-gen iPad or newer [u]

Monday June 13, 2016

Following a debut onstage at WWDC 2016, Apple seeded the first beta version of iOS 10 to developers on Monday with support limited to iPhones, iPads and iPod touch models powered by the company's A6 system-on-chip and better.

iOS 10 to offer voicemail transcription, new API for third-party VoIP apps

Monday June 13, 2016

Looking to improve the calling functions on iOS devices, Apple on Monday announced iOS 10 features like voicemail transcriptions, and a new API for third-party VoIP apps, allowing them to behave more like regular iPhone calls.

iOS 10, watchOS 3 & macOS Sierra betas debut for developers today, public testers in July

Monday June 13, 2016

Before they launch for free this fall, Apple's next-generation platforms will be available in beta form starting today for registered developers. Members of Apple's public beta program will also be able to test the future of iOS and macOS starting in July.

Apple brings coding to the iPad with Swift Playground

Monday June 13, 2016

Introduced as a new way for children to learn how to code, Apple will bring its Swift programming language to iPad with Swift Playground, a touch-friendly way for beginners to grasp the basics.

Apple debuts 'Home' app for HomeKit device control

Monday June 13, 2016

Apple introduced a dedicated "Home" iOS app at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, finally introducing a manual control interface for HomeKit accessories to iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.

iOS 10 Messages gain rich links, 3X bigger emojis, bubble effects & third-party app integration

Monday June 13, 2016

As the most-used app on iOS, Apple's Messages will receive a major overhaul in the upcoming iOS 10 update, including a number of emoji-related enhancements, dynamic text bubbles, and rich links with images automatically integrated into chats. Third-party developers will also be able to tap into and expand iMessages with their own creations