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2018

Flash Deal: Apple's loaded 2017 27" iMac 5K for $3,199 ($500 off) with no tax in most states

Monday June 04, 2018

B&H is knocking $500 off Apple's loaded Mid 2017 27-inch iMac 5K with a 3.8GHz processor, 64GB of RAM, 2TB Fusion Drive and top-of-the-line Radeon 580 graphics. Now $3,199.00 with free shipping and no tax collected in most states, this deal is limited to stock on hand with very few units remaining.

Apple's Health Records API paves way for comprehensive medical apps on iPhone

Monday June 04, 2018

Buried by a mountain of onstage WWDC announcements, Apple on Monday released a new Health Records API to developers, opening the door to a new apps that will allow users to manage medications and diseases diagnoses, track nutrition plans, participate in research and more directly from their iPhone.

Don't run the iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave betas if you value your data

Monday June 04, 2018

Every year, Apple debuts a new beta version of iOS and macOS right after the WWDC keynote. in beta form. Also every year, people will lose time and money after doing so, and blame Apple for it.

OpenGL, OpenCL deprecated in favor of Metal 2 in macOS 10.14 Mojave

Monday June 04, 2018

Apple has taken the first steps toward completely killing OpenGL and OpenCL in Mojave in favor of its own Metal technology.

Apple's ARKit 2 and USDZ usher in a new era of collaborative augmented reality

Monday June 04, 2018

In rolling out ARKit 2.0, Apple mentioned its collaboration with Pixar on the USDZ format for AR files. AppleInsider explains what it is, and how it helps expansion of AR.

Apple releases fresh iPhone silicone case colors, Apple Watch bands

Monday June 04, 2018

Though Apple failed to unveil hotly anticipated MacBook, iPad and iPhone refreshes at its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, the company did debut new hardware on Monday in the form of additional color options for its silicone iPhone case and Apple Watch band lineups.

Apple stock hits all time high during WWDC as market cap flirts with $1 trillion

Monday June 04, 2018

On a day of a software-focused Apple event with no Wall Street pleasing hardware announcements, the company's stock continues to climb, and reaches a new end-of-day high.

Google Maps, Waze & other navigation apps finally coming to Apple CarPlay

Monday June 04, 2018

Resolving a long-standing complaint about the platform, the iOS 12 incarnation of CarPlay will finally support third-party navigation apps.

Apple releases first iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5 and tvOS 12 betas to developers

Monday June 04, 2018

Following Monday's WWDC 2018 keynote presentation, Apple issued initial beta versions of its upcoming platform upgrades, including iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12.

Apple to let developers port iOS apps to Mac, starts with own apps in macOS Mojave

Monday June 04, 2018

Concluding its WWDC 2018 keynote, Apple offered a "sneak peek" at what it called a multi-year project to bring iOS apps to the Mac.

Mac App Store getting iOS treatment, Office 365, BBedit, Lightroom CC and more

Monday June 04, 2018

As rumored, the Mac App Store is getting a whole new iOS-inspired redesign in macOS Mojave, complete with a renewed focus on app curation. With the new design, long-term holdouts Adobe and Microsoft are finally bringing their apps to the storefront.

Apple introduces watchOS 5 with enhanced fitness, Siri capabilities [u]

Monday June 04, 2018

Apple debuted watchOS 5 at WWDC 2018, with the Apple Watch operating system set to sport new fitness features, Siri capabilities, communication options and more.

macOS Mojave brings Dark Mode, enhanced privacy, HomeKit, and more to the Mac

Monday June 04, 2018

Apple has announced the next version of macOS at WWDC, with macOS 10.14 Mojave including a new dark mode, HomeKit, improvements to the Finder, and the ability to use a connected iPhone as a camera for the computer.

Apple TV gets Dolby Atmos support, 'zero sign-on' for cable with tvOS 12

Monday June 04, 2018

Apple at WWDC 2018 teased a series of planned upgrades to tvOS, the Apple TV operating system, including Dolby Atmos compatibility.

Apple's iOS 12 introduces personalized 'Memoji' and camera effects

Monday June 04, 2018

Apple with iOS 12 will for the first time offer users the option to create personalized Animoji characters called Memoji, a feature that is set to arrive alongside new camera effects built into the Messages app.

Apple debuts slick new Group FaceTime feature supporting up to 32 participants

Monday June 04, 2018

FaceTime is receiving its first major update in years -- on both iOS devices and Macs -- with long overdue support for group video calls and even fun effects.

App Limits in iOS 12 lets users manage device time & parents set allowances

Monday June 04, 2018

In introducing iOS 12 on Monday, Apple revealed a collection of tools designed to better temper how people use their devices, including App Limits, notification changes, and upgrades to Do Not Disturb.

Siri shortcuts in iOS 12 deliver a macro system to help automate your tasks

Monday June 04, 2018

Siri is getting quite the upgrade in iOS 12 thanks to new capabilities called shortcuts. These customizable macros let you link together multiple tasks, allowing Siri to run a series of actions without ever having to open an app.

Apple has paid out $100 billion to developers since the App Store's inception

Monday June 04, 2018

The App Store will be hitting a new milestone later this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed at WWDC, with payments to developers expected to pass the $100 billion barrier within the next few days.

iOS 12 'doubles down' on performance for iPhone and iPad

Monday June 04, 2018

Apple has debuted iOS 12, bringing better performance to older devices, improved augmented reality, Memoji, FaceTime chats with an entire group, and much more to iPhones and iPads later in the year.