The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Watch, TV, Mac, and Apple! WWDC 2016. iOS 10. macOS Sierra. watchOS 3. tvOS 10. Pokémon Go. Georgia, Lory, and Rene continue the Year in Review… after...Show More Summary
With the release of Nintendo’s new Mario venture on iOS we’d like to hear your reviews Fans can finally get their hands on Super Mario Run now that it has been released on iOS. Unveiled at Apple’s WWDC event in June and available on 15 December, the game has been long awaited by fans of the legendary platformer. Continue reading...
Apple’s new single sign-on feature is finally rolling out to all iOS and tvOS users after initially being introduced at WWDC in June and missing the September launch. The new feature has been available in the latest iOS and tvOS betas, and now is live on public versions of both platforms. Show More Summary
The latest update to Apple’s WWDC app includes new features for iOS 10, tvOS 10, and watchOS 3. Apple’s developer conference app now works with Dark Mode on the Apple TV when running tvOS 10. The change should reflect whichever modeShow More Summary
Apple announced at WWDC in June that Apple Pay would be coming to Spain at some point this year, and Spanish site Applesfera is reporting that the service will launch tomorrow for Banco Santander customers. The mobile payment system Apple Pay will definitely come to Spain this Thursday, December 1, for Banco Santander customers. Show More Summary
Siri is still very much a walled garden, but Apple has slowly begun opening its voice assistant to third parties. At its WWDC keynote back in June, the company confirmed app makers could let iPhone and iPad users send and receive money via Siri, with Square Cash and Monzo becoming the first to tap into that functionality. Show More Summary
Mac Pro update — better late... or never? Apple hasn't significantly updated the new Mac Pro since introducing it at WWDC 2013 and that's led some to believe the company is giving up on their high-end desktop, the way they gave up on...Show More Summary
Apple has finally made good on its promise to bring single sign-on (SSO) for TV providers to the latest Apple TV and iOS devices. The feature was first announced at WWDC in June and now it's available for select service providers via...Show More Summary
We first launched the TouchArcade app all the way back in May of 2012. To put that into perspective with what was happening in the world of iOS at the time, that was before iOS 6 would even be announced at WWDC that year, and if you were really cool, you probably had an iPhone
Like every year, Apple Inc. launched next iPhone variants i.e. iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus during its WWDC event held on 9th September 2015. Apple surprised everybody by presenting many unexpected amazing features that make iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus worth buying in every possible aspect. Show More Summary
Having come a long way from the awkward Apple Music onstage presence at WWDC, Drake’s relationship with Apple has seemingly only been on the up and up for the entertainer. From releasing a surprise mixtape on iTunes last year, to an exclusive stream of Views, all the way down to his own Beats 1 radio show. Show More Summary
We first heard suggestions that Apple was working on its own equivalent to Amazon’s Echo – an intelligent voice-controlled assistant in a speaker – in the run-up to WWDC back in May. A subsequent report suggested that the device would...Show More Summary
Heralded at the 2016 WWDC, Apple has brought its Siri voice assistant technology to MacOS Sierra, which even in its first incarnation on the desktop brings a wealth of possibilities for workflow expansion and knowledge navigation.
Apple’s iWork productivity software received a huge update today alongside the launch of macOS Sierra. Pages, Keynote, and Numbers all got upgraded today with the new real-time collaboration Apple gave us a glimpse of at WWDC. The new feature is still in beta, but it makes the apps more powerful than ever in the work […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
If you skipped the beta releases, today's the day you can put Siri to work on a Mac. Apple's latest desktop operating system, macOS Sierra, is now available for download. While the new version debuted back at WWDC and followed with a public beta, this is the first time the finished product will be available to the masses via the App Store on a Mac.
This week, Apple somewhat quietly released tvOS 10 to the public, following its unveiling at WWDC in June. Although tvOS 10 doesn’t have the comprehensive list of enhancements that its much more prominent iOS sibling carries, it does add a few significant improvements to bring it more in line with what iOS 10 introduced. Show More Summary
Coming full circle from its reveal at WWDC this year, iOS 10 is now available for everyone to download. Apple has been doing pretty extensive (and easy to access) public betas, so all the fancy new stuff in iOS to might not be news to you, but as someone who hopped onboard with the release
Apple has officially rolled out Swift Playgrounds, an iPad app designed to help kids learn to code in the company’s Swift programming language for developing Mac and iOS apps. Swift Playgrounds, which Apple first demoed at WWDC in June,...Show More Summary
Way back at WWDC in June, Apple demoed how easy it is to open Xcode and create an iOS 10 sticker pack for Messages. Unlike iMessage apps, you don’t need to be a developer or know any code. You just need a Mac with Xcode, a paid developer...Show More Summary
Today has been a massive Apple update day. The company released iOS 10, tvOS 10 and also watchOS 3. After announcing it at WWDC, it’s finally here — and it’s a huge update. I won’t mention all the changes with watchOS 3. Instead, I’ll focus on three topics — speed, app switching and watch face switching. With watchOS 3, your favorite apps stay in memory so… Read More