One of the more intriguing new products teased at Apple’s WWDC developer confab back in June wasn’t an Apple product. It was Adobe’s “Project Aero,” a new platform for creating augmented-reality experiences for use on the iPhone and other devices. This week, Adobe is holding its own conference, MAX, and Aero is squarely in the spotlight. (It’s still in early preview mode, though: Adobe is testing it in a closed beta and says it will slowly let in more folks through late 2019.)
At its WWDC event in the summer, Apple promised new features coming to its Wallet app in the fall. One of those was the ability to only use your iPhone or Apple Watch around campus, and that goes both for payments and for access at various locations that heretofore would have required your Student ID card or pass.
Following a preview at WWDC 2018, Apple today announced that students at three universities in the United States can now add their student ID cards to Apple Wallet to get around campus using just an iPhone or Apple Watch.
After Apple's WWDC conference on September 12, many consumers were excited to upgrade their phones to the latest flagship phones, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. One of the biggest selling features of these new devices were the upgraded front and ...
With iOS 12, Apple further opened up the walled garden that it operating system once was, allowing even more apps and services to project to your CarPlay-enabled vehicle. For example, users were initially forced to use Apple Maps as their exclusive mapping and navigation interface, but it was at WWDC '18 when Apple announced that iOS will be scoring extended support for third-party apps. This means that you can change up Apple Maps for Google Maps, and starting today, even crowd-favorite navigation app Waze.
Apple's new Mac software is now available to download — here are the 7 best features in 'Mojave' (AAPL)
Apple unveiled the newest version of the Mac operating system at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, but finally released it to the public this week.
Apple software boss Craig Federighi unveils Mojave at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June
iOS 12 released to the public this past Monday, and not too soon after new iOS 12.1 public beta. Typically users stay on the major release betas to try out the new features announced at WWDC, however, most want to leave as soon as the major release is updated because minor updates don’t really have a “wow” factor to them.
We’ve been telling you that iOS 12 is a lot faster than iOS 11 from the first days of iOS 12 beta 1. Apple promised at WWDC that iOS 12’s primary focus is performance, and that showed from the first developer release. Now that the final iOS 12 build is available for everyone to download, old iPhones users may wonder whether they should upgrade their phones or wait. The answer is definitely yes. iOS 12 is a lot better than iOS 11, and the following speed test proves it.
As a long-time iPhone user, I was excited with Apple’s announcement earlier this year at WWDC that third-party navigation apps would come to CarPlay, technically allowing us to use Google Maps or Waze (and not Apple Maps) behind the wheel.
Now that iOS 12 has been launched, Google has updated its Map app to make it compliant with Apple’s CarPlay though things still are in beta stages at the moment.Google Maps is finally a reality on CarPlay now that iOS 12 has been launched, something that was promised during the WWDC event back in June.