During WWDC last year in 2015, Apple announced that Swift, their new programming language, would be going open source. On December 3, 2015, Apple announced that Swift was now open source.
Connecting your iPhone to your car via Bluetooth is good, it allows you to take a phone call hand free. Maybe you can even send a text message via voice controls through the car. Apple has created CarPlay. It is not super new software; it has been around since when iOS 7 came out, but it offers your car many more features than just placing a hands free call.
Whenever you get an iMessage, Text Message, or Email on your iPhone, it shows up on the lockscreen with a preview of the message’s contents. This can be problematic if your phone is lying around unattended in a public place or someone else is temporarily using it - they will immediately be able to see exactly what was sent. Luckily, it’s fairly simple to hide message & email previews so that incoming notifications just show the name of the person sending it and nothing else.
Each year Apple announces new products during multiple product events throughout the year. It’s a guess to try to think about what Apple will announce next, and sometimes things are predictable to see coming, such as a new iPhone model each year. Here are a few product lines that could see an update in 2016.
YouTube is an online service that is a house hold name. It has grown an incredible amount since its launch over ten years ago. YouTube has launched a new subscription service, named YouTube Red, allowing its users to view videos of their choice when not connected to the internet, along with a big new feature: ad free.
When downloading an app on your iPhone, you may be curious to know if it will work on your iPad. You may also be curious to know if it offers an app for the Apple Watch. Or if you can use it with the new fourth generation Apple TV. In this guide I will go over you how to identify which apps work on which devices.