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The next Echo speaker from Amazon will blast HomePod speakers

HomePod’s sound quality was Apple’s marketing advantage for smart speakers, and compared it to the poor sound of Amazon’s Echo speakers at the WWDC. But so far, HomePod will not be launched before the end of the year, giving Amazon a chance to return to competition. 145 more words

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Apple releases second tvOS 11 public beta for Apple TV

(Source: 9to5mac.com)

The second tvOS 11 public beta for non-developers to test on Apple TV is now available. The tvOS 11 public beta includes new features like Home Screen Syncing, light and dark mode automatic switching, and full AirPods support. 63 more words

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Gearhead 2: Was the iPhone a revolution or just slick marketing?

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

10 years of iPhone. Who’d have thunk it? From humble beginnings as a way to one-up Microsoft’s tablet business, the iPhone has had a lasting impact on the┬ámobile and computer industries, turning us into mindless swiping and tapping zombies along the way. 180 more words

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First macOS High Sierra public beta now available

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

First macOS High Sierra public beta now available

Mac users who can’t wait to get their hands on the new macOS High Sierra will be happy to know that the first public beta of Apple’s new OS is now available. 142 more words

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First iOS 11 public beta now available

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

First iOS 11 public beta now available

The first public beta of iOS 11 is now available to testers.

iOS 11 was announced earlier this month at WWDC 2017 and it will bring loads of new features to both iPhones and iPads. 102 more words

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First macOS High Sierra public beta now available

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

First macOS High Sierra public beta now available

Mac users who can’t wait to get their hands on the new macOS High Sierra will be happy to know that the first public beta of Apple’s new OS is now available. 142 more words

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Apple Reminds Developers About 64-Bit Requirement for iOS and Mac Apps, Releases WWDC 2017 Transcripts

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

Apple has required all new iOS apps and app updates submitted to the iOS App Store to support 64-bit since

While Apple has enforced 64-bit support for several years, there are still a number of older iOS apps that have not been updated since 2015 but remain in use. 562 more words

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