Apple was rumored to refresh its MacBook line at WWDC 2018, but with the event come and gone with nary an announcement to be heard, we know we have to wait a bit longer for new hardware. With that in mind, let's take a closer look at how our 2017 ...
Back at WWDC, Apple announced it was giving every iPhone a ruler in the form of an AR app called Measure. Now Google is firing back with an app also called Measure. Actually Google technically beat Apple to the punch. Measure has been available for a while on Tango devices (remember Tango?). But this is the first time Google has felt confident enough in its AR tech to bring it to other Android phones
Earlier this month at Apple’s annual WWDC conference, the company introduced their latest operating system, macOS Mojave (10.14). Due to roll out as a public beta later this month, and launching widely this Fall as a free update, Mojave brings further VR-specific optimizations to Apple’s Metal graphics API, which the company detailed in a session
Apple first announced its AirPower wireless charging mat 282 days ago back in September, with a 2018 release promise. Previous rumors suggested it would launch in March, but an iPad education event and WWDC keynote have both came and went without any mention of the AirPower mat. Bloomberg reports that Apple is now aiming to start selling its AirPower wireless charging mat before or in September.
WWDC is long over but The Macalope has still not dug out from under the backlog of BLAZZLEFROZZLE that erupted in the wake of Apple’s keynote.
Though it didn't make the WWDC keynote, Apple did get unveil some changes to the device management features used by business and schools for iPhones, iPads, Macs, and even Apple TVs. Those tweaks and updates were discussed at a developer session that took place earlier this month, and they highlight areas IT admins should be focusing on now before the arrival of iOS 12 and macOS Mojave this fall.
At its recent WWDC, Apple revealed the latest version of macOS -- Mojave. The OS update introduces a number of new features, including a dark theme and desktop Stacks. One of the more interesting additions is Dynamic Desktop which cleverly cycles through a set of 16 images of the desert taken at different times of the day. If you like the idea of this, but are on Windows 10, the good news is it’s now possible to get the feature on your OS, and for free. SEE ALSO: Apple introduces macOS Mojave with Dark Mode, desktop Stacks and more Windows…
Apple has released beta 2 to developers of its flagship operating systems for iOS 12, tvOS 12, macOS 10.14 and watchOS two weeks after its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) where it released the first beta's to developers.
As well as releasing the new iOS 12 and macOS betas, Apple also released their watchOS 5 Beta 2 to developers. The new watchOS 5 was made official at WWDC 2018 and it will bring a range of new features to the Apple Watch. Included in the new watchOS 5 software is the Walkie Talkie
Apple released their first beta of iOS 12 at WWDC earlier this month, now two weeks later Apple has released iOS 12 Beta 2. The iOS 12 Beta 2 software is now available for developers, in order to try out the software you need to be a registered developer with Apple. Apple’s iOS 12 brings
Inching closer to its massive Fall rollout, Apple released the second developer beta of all of its four operating systems. Of course, most of the new features have already been revealed at WWDC earlier this month so there are few surprises here, if any. That said, it’s still reassuring to see those promised features come to life and hopefully remain … Continue reading