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iOS 12's Siri Shortcuts app goes live for developers only – AppleInsider

  By Roger Fingas Thursday, July 05, 2018, 11:22 am PT (02:22 pm ET) Developers can now request access to an early version of Apple’s Shortcuts app, which lets iOS 12 owners create custom automations triggered through Siri. Access is restricted to developers only, and people accepted for testing must …

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Offline maps app Sygic teases iOS 12 CarPlay integration – 9to5Mac

At WWDC, Apple announced support for navigation apps integration into CarPlay with iOS 12, opening the floodgates for third-party maps apps in CarPlay for the first time. Sygic is a relatively-popular maps app for iOS, that focuses on downloadable maps for offline use as its central feature. It has announced …

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Hands-on: iOS 12 beta 3 changes and features [Video] – 9to5Mac

The third iOS 12 developer beta has been released for eligible iPhones and iPads, and we’ve taken it for a test drive to uncover what’s changed. Watch our video walkthrough for the hands-on details and comparisons. Synology RT2600ac: The AirPort Extreme replacement. iOS 12 beta 3 changes and features covered: …

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Apple's Upgraded Maps App to Be Added in Next iOS 12 Beta – Zacks.com

Apple (AAPL – Free Report) recently announced that its existing mapping application for iPhones is undergoing a makeover with the company’s own data. The data will be accumulated by the company’s fleet of sensor-equipped vans and data that iPhone users choose to share. Notably, the application was launched in 2012 …

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More than 75% of Nintendo's $60M Super Mario Run global revenues came from iOS – AppleInsider

Nintendo’s mobile “Run” adaptation of its Super Mario franchise was introduced with great fanfare at the introduction of iPhone 7 in September 2016. It has since reached $60 million in revenue globally, but more than three quarters of that has come from Apple’s App Store versus Android and Google Play. …

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Best iOS office apps for your iPhone or iPad – TechRadar

While Apple products have traditionally been seen as the ideal choice for creative media types, the iPad and iPhone are also useful business tools. The iTunes store offers a number of apps focused on productivity. Amongst the most popular options are the mobile versions of Apple’s iWork suite (Pages, Keynote …

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We put the iOS 12 beta on an iPhone 5S: Here's what happened – CNET

The iOS 12 beta has a boatload of features to grab your attention: Memoji, group FaceTime calls and improved notifications. But one of the most significant changes is performance gains under the hood, especially for older devices like the iPhone 5S. Apple made some big claims during the WWDC keynote when …

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Hundreds of iOS apps leaking data due to misconfigured Firebase … – AppleInsider

Some 2,200 unsecured Firebase databases have caused more than 3,000 iOS and Android apps to leak user data, exposing over 100 million records including plaintext passwords, health information, GPS location data and more, security researchers say. According to a new report from the mobile app security firm Appthority, called the …

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2018 iPhones might use LG's OLED displays, and you can download iOS 12 beta right now – CNET

Once again, Apple and Samsung make headlines with their constant patent battle — is it finally, finally over? Even if the two mobile heavyweights have finally made amends, some of Apple’s 2018 iPhones might replace their original Samsung screens with LG ones. And, iOS 12 beta, aka that software update …

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How to enable favicon in Safari in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave – 9to5Mac

In iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, Apple has added support for favicon in tabs. This is a super handy feature for those who have a ton of tabs open and would like a quick way to distinguish tabs. Follow along to learn how to enable favicon in Apple’s new operating …

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