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mercredi 12 juin 2019, 16:52
Jason Snell for Macworld: Catalyst, which arrives this fall, will allow developers who are well-versed in the vagaries of writing iOS apps to use those skills to write Mac apps. This will most commonly take the form of bringing iPad apps to the Mac, with additions to make...
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Tim Culpan for Bloomberg: It wouldn’t take much for Apple Inc. to have U.S.-sold iPhones made outside China. Foxconn Technology Group, the primary assembler of the devices, said Tuesday that it has enough capacity to make all iPhones bound for the U.S. outside of China if ...
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Ben Lovejoy for 9to5Mac: What appeared to be a major MacBook Pro problem resulting in $10,000’s worth of warranty work finally turned out to be a ridiculously simple fix taking seconds and costing nothing at all. Photographer and developer Greg Benz tells the story. My...
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Tony Owusu for TheStreet: Apple is looking to bolster the development of its own 5G chip through the acquisition of Intel’s German smartphone modem business, The Information reported, citing sources. Apple used Germany’s Infineon when it launched the first iPhone 10 years...
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Hugh Son for CNBC: Apple has at least one happy customer of its new credit-card: Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Solomon is personally testing the iPhone-linked credit card, which is set to be released this summer, the executive said in an interview with Carl Quintanilla...
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WWDC 2019: Mind-blowing! Jonny Evans for Apple Must: Catalyst is here, Project Marzipan never existed and we may soon see tens of thousands of iPad apps ported easily across to the Mac. What is Catalyst? Catalyst is Apple’s well thought through system that lets developers ...
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Dark Mode in iPadOS 13 brings a dramatic look to iPad for an immersive visual experience. Jonny Evans for Computerworld: Developers and Apple users will be most interested in two major iPad-related announcements at WWDC: Catalyst and iPad OS. Catalyst is Apple’s name for...
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mardi 11 juin 2019, 23:35
Rachel England for Engadget: The iconic Firefox logo has fronted Mozilla’s services since 2003 — now, 16 years later, it’s getting a complete makeover. In a blog post published today, the company reveals that it’s been working on a new design for the last 18 months in a bid ...
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Lory Gil and Rene Ritchie for iMore: This past week was one crazy ride! Monday kicked off WWDC 2019 with the traditional keynote and, no joke, this year was the first year we couldn’t type fast enough to keep up with Craig Federighi, Apple’s Senior Vice President of...
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Kingsley-Hughes for ZDNet: Battery life is always forefront in the minds of people who rely on their iPhones. So, after a lot of testing, and spending a lot of time running my iPhone’s battery flat, I’ve come up the with what I believe are the best ways of making your...
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Naomi Nix and David McLaughlin for Bloomberg: Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren called for the head of the Justice Department’s antitrust division to recuse himself from working on any investigations of Alphabet Inc.’s Google or Apple Inc. because of...
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Jason Cross for Macworld: Apple announced a slew of new features coming to iOS 13 at WWDC. But you probably shouldn’t worry about all those fancy new capabilities slowing your iPhone to a crawl. In fact, Apple Senior VP Craig Federighi opened the iOS 13 section of the WWDC k...
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Malcolm Owen for AppleInsider: Apple is no longer proceeding with a plan to build a $921M data center at a site in Kasso, Denmark, with the company recently advising the Aabenraa Municipality it no longer will construct the building on the 285 hectares of land it acquired...
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Dennis Sellers for Apple World Today: Unless you have $5,000 (gasp) for Apple’s upcoming Pro Display XDR and another $999 (bigger gasp) for Pro Stand, the only new Mac compatible display you can buy at Apple retail stores and the company’s online stereo is the LG...
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Rob Morgan for Bare Feats: When doing CPU intensive tasks, is the 2019 MacBook Pro 15-inch with 2.4GHz 8-Core CPU much faster than the 2.3GHz 8-Core model? Keep in mind that the 2.4GHz base frequency of the top 2019 15-inch 8-Core model is 4% faster than the 2.3GHz base...
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Ina Fried for Axios: Apple pitches itself as the most privacy-minded of the big tech companies, and indeed it goes to great lengths to collect less data than its rivals. Nonetheless, the iPhone maker will still know plenty about you if you use many of its services: In...
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Brian Westover for Tom’s Guide: When we reviewed the iMac Pro in 2018, we had no problem calling it “the most powerful Mac ever offered by Apple.” But that was then. Now that there’s a new Mac Pro, which high-end desktop is better for the money? One of the big [differences]...
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Ben Lovejoy for 9to5Mac: Apple finally fixed the volume indicator in iOS 13, and Apple’s SVP of software engineering has indicated that the company may fix another full-screen annoyance – at least in iPadOS. If you use Siri on the Mac, you get a small overlay in the...
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Dennis Sellers for Apple World Today: Apple may have abandoned plans for its AirPower wireless charger, but that doesn’t mean the company has abandoned plans for such a device. The tech giant has filed for a patent (number 10,320,241) for a “wireless charging system...
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Malcolm Owen writes for AppleInsider: Future iPhones and iPads could work without the user touching the display, with Apple exploring the possibility of using the proximity of fingers or the Apple Pencil to the screen to enable selections and gestures in situations where...
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