Posts Tagged ‘WWDC 2016’

Final iOS 10 / 10.3 / 10.2.1 / 10.2 / 10.1.1 / 10.1 download IPSW links are available to install on iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 6, 6 Plus, SE, 5s, 5c, 5, iPad 4 and over, and iPod touch 6th-generation. This final build is available to everyone worldwide.

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Here’s a full list of Macs that are compatible to run the new macOS Sierra 10.12. If you have an iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro or Mac mini that is on this list, you are good to go with Sierra.

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Is your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch compatible to run iOS 10? Here’s iOS 10 compatibility chart to help you check whether your device is capable of running the latest version of iOS.

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iOS 10 could feature Apple’s TextEdit app for the iPhone and iPad, as revealed by one of the WWDC session videos. Here are the details.

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WWDC 2016’s opening keynote has come to a close and we now know just what Apple has been waiting to share with us for the last 12 months. Here’s a roundup of everything announced at the event.

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Apple has announced that iOS 10 and macOS Sierra 10.12 public beta seeds will be available to download sometime in July. Here’s how to sign up for Apple Public Beta Program now.

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Apple’s WWDC 2016 was as jam-packed as the earlier speculation suggested, and was full of the expected platform announcements with the official unveiling of iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3 and tvOS 10. The opening keynote was also full of Apple’s trademark videos that showcased the good that the company is doing in the world and the positive change that it is trying to enact, which this year includes trying to promote the benefits of coding with the Swift programming language through the new Swift Playgrounds iPad app.

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In the midst of all of the Apple WWDC madness and excitement you can be forgiven for getting caught up in all of the major announcements and missing some of the smaller changes that Tim Cook and team didn’t touch on for one reason or another. As the keynote was happening, and as a slew of Apple’s executive team were introducing and demoing key new features within iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, the company engineers were secretly uploading a number of apps to the App Store against Apple’s own developer account. Curiously, all of those apps are ones that generally come pre-installed as stock apps on iOS out of the box.

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Download links for both watchOS 3 beta 1 and tvOS 10 beta 1 are now live for developers to download and install on their Apple Watch and fourth-generation Apple TV. We can remember a time when Apple only had a couple of platform announcements to introduce during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Once upon a time, there was just the next-generation of iOS to introduce along with the next major version of macOS, the platform that powers Apple’s Mac range of computers.

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And the wait is finally over. Apple’s macOS Sierra version 10.12 beta 1 is now live and available to download and install for developers. Those of you who are enrolled and registered on Apple Developer Program can instantly grab the latest beta version of desktop OS from Apple right now. As for those registered on the free Apple Public Beta Program, the company has confirmed that Sierra will be available to public testers in July.

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Apple has just announced tvOS 10 for the new Apple TV. Here’s everything you need to know on its features, release date and more.

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The download links for iOS 10 beta 1 are now live and available for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. As expected, Apple has used the opening keynote of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2016) to give us our first glimpse of iOS 10 firmware. Those registered on Apple’s Developer Program can go ahead and download the latest version of iOS beta seed for their compatible devices right now. Apple’s Public Beta Program users will get iOS 10 in July.

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