A listing for an as yet unannounced “Files” app was spotted for a short time in the App Store, just ahead of today’s expected debut of iOS 11 at WWDC 2017.
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Feedback App for Beta Testers Has Reference to iPad ‘Drag and Drop’ Feature Just Ahead of iOS 11 Debut
A “Split View/Drag and Drop” feature is listed in Apple’s own Feedback app for iOS beta testers, just ahead of today’s debut of iOS 11
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Adonit Switch 2-in-1 Stylus & Pen allows you to make exact markings on a touchscreen as well as seamless writing on paper.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday expressed his disappointment with U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement.
Plex on Thursday announced the addition of a Live TV feature to their iOS app.
The 2017 iOS 10 Complete App Builder Bundle offers over 250 hours of instruction and a collection of app templates and tools.
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Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 31, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Apple’s much-rumored Siri smart speaker, intended to compete with the likes of Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home speakers, is said to already be in production.
Pagico 8.7 for Mac turns all of your tasks, notes, and projects into informative, interactive flowcharts.
The iOS Podcasts app allows users to adjust the playback speed of a podcast with just a few taps of a finger.
Apple announced on Tuesday that “Carpool Karaoke: The Series,” will debut exclusively for Apple Music subscribers on August 8.