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App Roundup: Skype 8, Roxio Toast 17, Uber, KeyCue 9, more!

07/21/2018, 08:07 am

New apps and updates to existing software are pushed to the App Store and other online marketplaces all the time, and there are simply too many of them to keep track of all changes. AppleInsider collects together some macOS and iOS app highlights from the last week that you should know about.

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Apple rolls out third public beta of iOS 12, tvOS 12

07/18/2018, 01:07 pm

A day after the fourth developer beta, Apple has deployed the third public beta of iOS 12, and tvOS 12 for a wider testing audience.

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Apple purges 'Doorbell' category from HomeKit accessories page

07/18/2018, 08:07 am

Apple has quietly removed the entire "Doorbell" category from its roster of current and future HomeKit accessories, suggesting that once-promised upgrades by August and Ring are at least in purgatory.

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Apple ceases iOS 11.4 code signing after release of iOS 11.4.1

07/17/2018, 07:07 pm

Following the release of iOS 11.4.1 earlier in July, Apple on Tuesday stopped signing code for the prior iOS version 11.4 to ensure users are running the latest operating system on their devices.

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Everything new in iOS 12 beta 4 for iPhone & iPad

07/17/2018, 04:07 pm

AppleInsider has spent some time digging into Apple's fourth beta of iOS 12 to uncover all the changes made this time around. A number of updates have been discovered, some more noteable than others.

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iOS 12 developer beta 4 requires device to be unlocked before connecting any USB accessories

07/17/2018, 01:07 pm

Your iPhone's Lightning port will be even more locked down come iOS 12, which has adding an additional layer of security in the fourth developer beta.

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Apple releases fourth developer betas of iOS 12, tvOS 12, and watchOS 5

07/17/2018, 01:07 pm

Apple has rolled out new developer betas for its milestone operating systems, with fourth beta builds of iOS 12, tvOS 12, and watchOS 5 available for testing one day after the newest beta of macOS 10.14 Mojave.

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Apple pulls 'QDrops' from App Store, for-pay app pushed wild conspiracy theory

07/16/2018, 11:07 pm

Citing App Store guidelines, Apple has pulled "QDrops," an app meant to alert adherents to new developments in the fringe conspiracy theory.

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Apple execs turn into their Memoji doppelgangers for World Emoji Day

07/16/2018, 07:07 pm

Apple executives on Monday took part in the company's celebration of World Emoji Day by updating their official profile pictures with Memoji, a customizable 3D avatar feature set to arrive with iOS 12.

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Hands on with Apple's new Unicode 11 emoji coming later this year

07/16/2018, 06:07 pm

Apple on Monday previewed a new set of emoji coming later this year to iOS, watchOS and macOS. Take a sneak peek at the more than 70 new characters you can expect to see on your Apple device in this video.

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Apple teases upcoming emoji additions in iOS and macOS to mark World Emoji Day

07/16/2018, 02:07 pm

Apple is celebrating World Emoji Day on July 17 by sharing what some of the new emoji arriving to iOS, macOS, and watchOS later this year will look like, with the new batch featuring new hair options for characters and more expressions.

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How to hide purchased apps from Family Sharing in iOS

07/16/2018, 01:07 pm

Being able to buy an app once and share it with your family is tremendous. However, by default all your family members see all of your apps, and can download any of them. AppleInsider shows you how to choose what they can and can't get access to.

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Everything new with Messages in iOS 12

07/16/2018, 11:07 am

AppleInsider takes a dive into iOS 12 to discover twenty new features and changes coming to the Messages app including new Animoji, camera effects, and layout changes.

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App Roundup: Astropad, Oilist, Cthulhu Chronicles, Farrago, more!

07/14/2018, 07:07 am

In the constantly-changing landscape of the App Store and the software marketplace, new apps and updates to existing titles are announced all the time. AppleInsider highlights some of the more notable app introductions and software updates for iOS and macOS that surfaced in the past week.

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AR Quick Look brings augmented reality to Safari in iOS 12

07/13/2018, 01:07 pm

Online shopping will get a lot more interactive this fall when iOS 12 launches, thanks to the new feature AR Quick Look. Instead of relying on user-installed apps, AR Quick Look makes it easy to view AR capable images right from within Safari.

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Apple highlights Apple Pay Cash in latest ad series

07/13/2018, 12:07 am

Apple on Thursday shared four short commercials touting Apple Pay Cash, the company's in-house person-to-person payments solution that lets users send money to friends, family and other parties with a text.

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How to send images from the Messages app on the iPhone in iOS 12

07/11/2018, 03:07 pm

One of the more controversial changes in iOS 12 has to do with the way images from your photo library are shared in the Messages app. AppleInsider walks you through the easy, though perhaps a bit more convoluted than it has to be, method of sharing your images.

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Apple sued by patent troll over 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' tech

07/11/2018, 10:07 am

Apple has become the subject of a new lawsuit from a patent troll, with SMTM Technology claiming Apple's Do Not Disturb While Driving feature for iOS 11 infringes on a similar patent concerning driving-detection and automated responses bought by the company.

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How to use Apple's latest 'USB Restricted Mode' security feature included in iOS 11.4.1

07/11/2018, 10:07 am

Tucked away within the latest iOS 11.4.1 update, Apple included a new security feature that has been making headlines -- USB Restricted Mode. AppleInsider walks you through the new feature, how it works, and discusses if it really is that secure.

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Now-fixed Apple code crashed iOS devices when users typed 'Taiwan'

07/11/2018, 12:07 am

A blog post on Tuesday illustrates the sometimes inadvertent ill effects of modifying or adding code to a major operating system for no other purpose than to placate a certain market's government. Apple did just that when it removed the Taiwan flag emoji from circulation in China.

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