Apple has begun inviting its retail employees to take part in some early macOS Sierra goodness, by allowing them to participate in the beta test of Apple’s upcoming Mac operating system.
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One new feature of iOS 10 that has gotten good feedback from the Internet Peanut Gallery is the ability to delete some of the built-in apps that Apple installs on iOS devices. However, it turns out that deleting the apps on your iPhone doesn’t REALLY delete them.
Apple’s upcoming macOS Sierra operating system has been available to developers for a few days now, and they’ve had time to dig into the system control files and such. So far, they’ve found references to what could indicate the much-rumored OLED touch bar-equipped MacBook Pro.
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A new report claims Apple’s suppliers are gearing up for the launch of the second-generation Apple Watch, and suppliers are reporting that orders for the new wearable are higher than the supply chain had expected.
Apple’s Back to School promotion has extended to Europe. Qualifying students and select others that purchase an eligible iPhone or Mac with education pricing will get a free pair of Beats Solo2 Wireless Headphones.
Now comes our sad duty to inform owners of some older Macs that their beloved machine may not make the cut for macOS Sierra when it is released this fall.
While iOS 10’s new Rich Notifications feature is currently 3D Touch-only in the first iOS 10 beta, Apple says full functionality will be coming to older-model iPhones in the future.
T-Mobile continues to expand the number of streaming video services offered by its free “Binge On” video streaming program, as it has announced five new video services have been added. The new services are PBS, PBS Kids, Azubu, Dailymotion Games, and Eyegroove.
As is normal for this sort of thing, The release of iOS 10 leaves a few iOS devices on the scrap heap as far as compatibility goes.
During Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote on Monday, it was confirmed that Apple Pay will be arriving in France, Hong Kong, and Switzerland over the next few months.
One of the most common requests we’ve heard from iOS users is they’d like to be able to get rid of any stock iOS apps that they don’t have a use for. When iOS 10 is released to the public in the fall, they’ll get their wish.
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Apple made a policy change on Monday that will likely please a number of tvOS game developers. The company has dropped the requirement that Apple TV games be playable using the Siri Remote as a controller.
Apple today previewed their new “Swift Playgrounds” app for the iPad, which aims to introduce users to coding applications in the Swift programming language.
Apple debuted new tvOS features for the fourth-generation Apple TV at WWDC 2016 on Monday. The new features, which will arrive on Apple TVs in the fall, include more powerful Siri search, single sign-on for pay TV apps, new apps, and new developer APIs and tools.