Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Apple releases fourth iOS 9.3.3, tvOS 9.2.2, and OS X 10.11.6 betas

We’re anxiously awaiting iOS 10 beta 2 after just over two weeks with the initial beta version, but Apple has released a fourth beta for any iOS 9.3.3 update testers. Changes so far haven’t been noticeable as the update is likely focused on security enhancements and bug fix improvements.



Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta 1, WatchOS 3 beta 1 and next beta will be lunched very very soon. iOS 10 is just mind blowing and the best and faster iOS ever. I was so blown away with all of its features. Its really feel like a new iPhone. WatchOS 3 and iOS 10 are just massive updates. You will feel like it's a new iPhone once you update to the iOS 10. Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta, WatchOS 3 and macOS Sierra on this 13th June 2016 to the developers. In order you update to iOS 10 right now you will have to register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account here > Then update to iOS 10 right now and get all the new iOS 10.x.x beta updates early for next 1 year.

Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 10 and Apple Watch to WatchOS 3 yet ? If not then update to iOS 10 beta / WatchOS 3 right now. As it's released for developers only now but you can also get the new iOS 10 right now by just registering your iPhone to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone in our Apple Developer Account for just only $15. Click here to register your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch udid to Apple Developer Account and enjoy the iOS 10 update.

Apple last released an iOS 9.3.3 beta eight days ago, suggesting its public release is imminent. For Apple TV developers, tvOS 9.2.2 beta 4 is also now available for anyone not already testing tvOS 10 beta. Apple’s OS X 10.11.6 beta 4 is also out today. All three software releases are available to developers.
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New Apple TV Remote app for iPhone replaces your Siri Remote in tvOS 10


Alongside the forthcoming tvOS 10 update for the fourth-generation Apple TV, Apple will also be releasing an all-new Remote app for iOS that will replicate the functionality of the Siri Remote in almost every way.


Both tvOS 10 and the new Apple TV Remote app are available to registered developers for beta testing. Rather than a simple upgrade of the existing Remote app for iOS, the update appears to be a complete revamp.

Apple has also released the iOS 10 beta, watchOS 3 beta along with the tvOS 10 beta. WatchOS 3 and iOS 10 are just massive updates. You will feel like it's a new iPhone once you update to the iOS 10. Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta, WatchOS 3 and macOS Sierra on this 13th June 2016 to the developers. In order you update to iOS 10 right now you will have to register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account here > Then update to iOS 10 right now and get all the new iOS 10.x.x beta updates early for next 1 year.

Upon launching the beta, users are presented with a plain screen that includes a button to "Add Apple TV." Pressing it will automatically search the local Wi-Fi network for a nearby device.

Pairing is as simple as tapping on the desired Apple TV, then entering a four-digit code in the iPhone app after it is displayed on the TV screen. Once connected, the new Remote app works largely the same as the Siri Remote. The top of the display is used as a trackpad for navigation, allowing a user to move and scroll by swiping their thumb.



Quickly tapping on the trackpad portion will select an item, or users can utilize the force sensing 3D Touch display of the iPhone 6s for a haptic feedback when pressing firmly to select.

At the bottom, the new Remote app includes a large Menu button for navigating back, as well as the dedicated Home button in the bottom right corner. To the left is a play/pause button, and in the center is a Siri button that must be held down in order to speak queries to the fourth-generation Apple TV.

The new Remote app replicates all of the functionality of the Siri Remote with one key omission — volume control. While the Siri Remote has dedicated volume buttons and infrared blaster to work with legacy devices, the iPhone lacks an IR blaster to adjust the volume on a receiver, TV set or soundbar. The Remote app for iOS does offer one thing that the Siri Remote cannot, however — a new "Now Playing" button is located in the upper right corner. When listening to music, users can tap on this to view the artist and album art for the current track, and see more advanced navigation controls for skipping back and forward.

Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 10 and Apple Watch to WatchOS 3 yet ? If not then update to iOS 10 beta / WatchOS 3 right now. As it's released for developers only now but you can also get the new iOS 10 right now by just registering your iPhone to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone in our Apple Developer Account for just only $15. Click here to register your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch udid to Apple Developer Account and enjoy the iOS 10 update.

It should be noted that in its current incarnation, there does not appear to be a way for the Remote app to access other types of devices, such as iTunes music playback controls from a nearby Mac or Windows PC. Those functions are, of course, still available in the existing Remote app, which remains a free download on the App Store.

Both tvOS and the new Remote app are scheduled to launch this fall that is this year September middle/End.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

You can control App downloads using 3D touch in iOS 10


iOS 10 is just great. It has tons of new features. Now you can control your app downloads using the 3D touch feature. In addition to using 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to cancel or pause in-progress app downloads, iOS 10 lets you prioritize a single App Store download at the expense of the other ones with 3D Touch. Reddit user “nite_” stumbled upon this feature while restoring his iPhone running a beta of iOS 10 from an iCloud backup, allowing him to prioritize the bulk download of apps with 3D Touch.

To prioritize an App Store download, press the Home screen icon of the app being downloaded or updated, then select Prioritize Download in the shortcuts menu. Installation of other apps pauses temporarily until the prioritized download completes.


WatchOS 3 and iOS 10 are just massive updates. You will feel like it's a new iPhone once you update to the iOS 10. Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta, WatchOS 3 and macOS Sierra on this 13th June 2016 to the developers. In order you update to iOS 10 right now you will have to register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account here > Then update to iOS 10 right now and get all the new iOS 10.x.x beta updates early for next 1 year.

The shortcut appears only if multiple apps are being downloaded at the same time.

Owners of older iPhones that don’t have 3D Touch can continue prioritizing their App Store downloads like before, by tapping the icon of the app being downloaded but with one important distinction: tapping the icon pauses the current download rather than prioritize it, which results in a lot of tapping when you have multiple downloads in progress and want to prioritize a single one.

Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 10 and Apple Watch to WatchOS 3 yet ? If not then update to iOS 10 beta / WatchOS 3 right now. As it's released for developers only now but you can also get the new iOS 10 right now by just registering your iPhone to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone in our Apple Developer Account for just only $15. Click here to register your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch udid to Apple Developer Account and enjoy the iOS 10 update.

It would be great if iOS 10 used 3D Touch to let us snooze app upgrades or hide updates completely in the App Store. Even better, an option to never download specific app updates would be much appreciated.

At any rate, this new 3D Touch option in iOS 10 will make it easier for people to prioritize their App Store downloads and should be especially handy when restoring the device from an iCloud backup when the app you want to use is the last in the download queue.


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Monday, June 27, 2016

iOS 10 beta 2, watchOS 3 beta 2 and macOS Sierra beta 2 release

Now, It’s now been two weeks since Apple released the very fist beta version of iOS 10 to developers, and so there is a very good chance that we will see the iOS 10 beta 2 release time later today. We are seeing this circle from the past that, Apple releases the next beta version after 2 weeks.

But still, so we are uncertain at this time whether Apple will actually release the second beta of iOS 10 today or not but if we are to go on events from iOS 9 last year, then it would either be today or tomorrow – although today, would be the most likely.

WatchOS 3 and iOS 10 are just massive updates. You will feel like it's a new iPhone once you update to the iOS 10. Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta, WatchOS 3 and macOS Sierra on this 13th June 2016 to the developers. In order you update to iOS 10 right now you will have to register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account here > Then update to iOS 10 right now and get all the new iOS 10.x.x beta updates early for next 1 year.



iOS 10 Beta 2 release date

iOS 10 beta 2 wil be released today or tomorrow. So let’s say it does happen today, so when is the likely iOS 10 beta 2 release time on Monday, June 27, 2016? Well, if we are to go on previous versions, then the most likely time that the 2nd beta becomes available for download is more than likely 10am PDT, 1pm EDT and 6pm GMT.

Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 10 and Apple Watch to WatchOS 3 yet ? If not then update to iOS 10 beta / WatchOS 3 right now. As it's released for developers only now but you can also get the new iOS 10 right now by just registering your iPhone to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone in our Apple Developer Account for just only $15. Click here to register your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch udid to Apple Developer Account and enjoy the iOS 10 update.

iOS 10 beta 2 features and improvements – This is a rather awkward topic to discuss because it’s highly unlikely that Apple will change very much, apart from making a few minor tweaks in order to make it more stable. We know that some devs have been suffering from battery drain issues with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and so we do hope to see that issue resolved today – if the second beta is released today of course.

We can only hope it gets released today. Many other users are hoping that it will be released tomorrow or even possibly later this week.

And You will more changes and features add and drop in the iOS 10 beta 2. I'm very exicted for the beta 2 along with that Apple will also release the watchOS 3 beta 2, macOS Sierra beta 2. So be ready for it. If you haven't updated your device yet to iOS 10 then hurry up and register your iPhone to Apple Developer Account now >

What would you like to see from the iOS 10 beta 2 release notes when it finally becomes available?



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Rumor: iPhone 7 is now coming in 'Dark Space Black' colour

While a previous Macotakara report suggested that the iPhone 7 would be available in a deep blue color, replacing Space Gray, the blog is now suggesting that this is not the *case*.

I have heard another information that space grey would not be disconnected, but would be possibly updated to much darker color. Also, the new color would not be deep blue, but possibly formal black which is close to black.




WatchOS 3 and iOS 10 are just massive updates. You will feel like it's a new iPhone once you update to the iOS 10. Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta, WatchOS 3 and macOS Sierra on this 13th June 2016 to the developers. In order you update to iOS 10 right now you will have to register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account here > Then update to iOS 10 right now and get all the new iOS 10.x.x beta updates early for next 1 year.

This tallies with something heard from one of our own sources …


We’ve been told that the iPhone 7 will be available in ‘a new Space Black finish, similar to the Apple Watch.’

This was an anonymous source with absolutely no track record, so could be complete BS, but their IP address is at least located near Apple HQ and it came with some seemingly reliable info, so we’re going to put it out there.

That source also claims that the Home button – still a physical one in this generation – will feature haptic feedback to simulate a click, using the same approach as Force Touch. This is consistent with a much earlier report suggesting a non-moving button. For that to be the case, Apple could need to use a different physical button for a reset, perhaps one of the volume buttons.

Far more sketchy: The Apple Watch 2 is said to include GPS for accurate workout logging without the need to carry an iPhone, and the Workout app reportedly will gain the ability to track swimming – suggesting a higher level of waterproofing in the next Apple Watch.

On the MacBook Pro front, the rumored OLED touchscreen bar is said to be accompanied by a Touch ID sensor for fingerprint login. We already know that macOS Sierra offers Auto Unlock when a Mac is in proximity to your Apple Watch, reducing the need for Touch ID on the Mac, but this would still be a useful feature for Mac owners without an Apple Watch. That source says the Touch ID sensor will be combined with the power button, which would certainly make sense.

Finally, we’re hearing that Apple is working on its own fully wireless EarPods, along the lines of the Bragi Dash. That Apple would offer its own wireless EarPods to coincide with the launch of an iPhone with no headphone socket is again a logical expectation, and the fully-wireless approach pioneered by Bragi would seem an Apple-like approach.

The iPhone 7 in Space Black, then, seems to be a likely bet. The other whispers we’re categorizing for now merely as logical-sounding possibilities.

You can catch up on all the latest iPhone 7 rumors at our new iPhone 7 guide, scrolling down for the individual stories.

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Apple Watch gets new apps for Reminders, Home, Find My Friends & heart rate in WatchOS 3

The number of default Apple Watch apps will grow with the upcoming release of watchOS 3, gaining Reminders, Home, Find My Friends, as well as a separate heart rate app, and also adding watch face complications for each.


WatchOS 3 and iOS 10 are just massive updates. You will feel like it's a new iPhone once you update to the iOS 10. Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta, WatchOS 3 and macOS Sierra on this 13th June 2016 to the developers. In order you update to iOS 10 right now you will have to register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account here > Then update to iOS 10 right now and get all the new iOS 10.x.x beta updates early for next 1 year.



Previously on Apple Watch, the heart rate monitor could be found as a "glance" in watchOS. But the upcoming release of watchOS 3 removes glances entirely, necessitating the need for the heart rate monitor to become its own app, accessible from the app launcher.

Aside from the new location, the app works the same as before. And for those who liked having a heart rate monitor quickly accessible, the app can be pinned to the new application dock viewable by pressing the side button.

A trio of iOS apps are also making their way to watchOS 3, including the new Home app that will also debut in iOS 10. Like on an iPhone and iPad, Home for Apple Watch allows users to view their complete list of HomeKit-connected accessories, and to adjust settings on them accordingly.


For example, with Philips Hue bulbs, the lights will be shown in the app and can be scrolled through, and tapped on to turn them on. A "..." button on the top right of the icon also allows more advanced controls — in the case of bulbs, it allows users to adjust the brightness.

The Reminders app on watchOS 3 allows users to view different categories of saved reminders on their watch, and to view individual tasks. Tasks can also be marked as completed, and a firm Force Touch on the display gives users the ability to view a list of completed tasks.

Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 10 and Apple Watch to WatchOS 3 yet ? If not then update to iOS 10 beta / WatchOS 3 right now. As it's released for developers only now but you can also get the new iOS 10 right now by just registering your iPhone to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone in our Apple Developer Account for just only $15. Click here to register your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch udid to Apple Developer Account and enjoy the iOS 10 update.

There does not appear to be a way to add Reminders within the app, at least in the first beta of watchOS 3. However, users can always rely on the Apple Watch's "Hey Siri" functionality to add a reminder by voice.

Finally, the location-sharing Find My Friends app is also headed to Apple Watch with watchOS 3. However, as of the first beta, we were unable to get the service to work on our watch, and assume this will be fixed as Apple continues to polish watchOS 3 ahead of its release this fall.

It should also be noted that all of these apps — along with all native Apple Watch apps — now have their own complications that users can place on watch faces. In a major design change, Apple also recommends that all third-party apps come with watch face complications, regardless of whether or not they have a need to show updated data throughout the day. Apple intends to allow users to place whatever apps they choose on watch faces, making it easier to launch apps without the need to access the app menu or app dock.

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Everything about new iOS 10 Lock Screen and it's functions

iOS 10 is a massive update. You will feel like it's a new iPhone once you update to the iOS 10. Apple has already released the iOS 10 beta on this 13th June 2016 to the developers. In order you update to iOS 10 right now you will have to register your iPhone/iPad to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone/iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account here > Then update to iOS 10 right now and get all the new iOS 10.x.x beta updates early for next 1 year.

So today i will discuss everything about the new iOS 10 lock screen. It's one of the new great changes in iOS 10. Starting from fronts, No more Slide to unlock, New notifications center and WIDGETS for iOS 10 direct on your iPhone/iPad.



 The Lock screen in iOS 10 has received a huge amounts of overhaul and a rethinking of its functionality. You will love it more as you get used to of it. So let get into it

Every Function of the new iOS 10 Lock Screen

Bolder font

Apple has definitely scaled back its race to be thin when it comes to font weight. You’ll notice much thicker fonts in apps like the Music app, and you’ll also notice thicker fonts for the Lock screen clock and date.



Slide to unlock switched to Press Home to Unlock

The famous “Slide to unlock”, that’s been an iPhone staple since Steve Jobs revealed it on stage at Macworld in 2007, is no more. Instead, slide to unlock has been replaced by “Press home to unlock”. Pressing the iPhone’s Home button is the key to unlocking your iOS device in iOS 10.


If you have Touch ID enabled, pressing the Home button with a registered fingerprint will cause your device to unlock. If you don’t have Touch ID enabled, then pressing the Home button invokes the passcode screen.

Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 10 yet ? If not then update to iOS 10 beta right now. As it's released for developers only now but you can also get the new iOS 10 right now by just registering your iPhone to an Apple Developer Account. You can register your iPhone in our Apple Developer Account for just only $15. Click here to register your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch udid to Apple Developer Account and enjoy the iOS 10 update. At the top of the Lock screen, in the status bar, you’ll notice a lock icon denoting the current status of your iPhone. If the Lock icon is present, that means the device needs to be unlocked first. If the Lock icon is not there, it means that you can unlock the device simply by pressing the Home button. Slide to unlock is no longer a thing in iOS 10, but there are good reasons for that, as you’ll see in the rest of our walkthrough.

Raise to wake* (My most fav feature in iOS 10)

One of the big complaints about the new Touch ID 2 found on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, was that it was just too fast. It was so fast that the slightest touch of the Home button with a registered finger would cause your iOS device to unlock. Normally, speed would be a good thing, but since the Lock screen contains notifications, unlocking the iPhone too fast would cause those notifications to be missed.



With iOS 10, Apple has solved this issue by implementing raise to wake functionality. Just like its name states, merely raising your iPhone will cause it to wake up and display any Lock screen notifications. This means that you no longer have to press a button to view the current time or any pending notifications.

Camera shortcut

Instead of swiping up from the bottom right-hand corner of the Lock screen, accessing the Camera from the Lock screen in iOS 10 is accomplished via a left swipe on the screen. To close the Camera interface, simply press the Home button to head back to the Lock screen

Continuity app shortcuts work the same

You can still launch content from other devices using the Continuity app shortcut located in the bottom left-hand corner of the Lock screen. The Continuity app shortcut is one of the few things that remains unchanged about the Lock screen in iOS 10.

New Notification Center

Users can still access Notification Center directly from the Lock screen by swiping down from the status bar area. Since Notification Center no longer features a so-called Today View, only notifications are shown in Notification Center. If you wish to view widgets, you’ll need to perform a right-swipe gesture on the Lock screen.

But here’s the really cool thing about how the Lock screen works. If you have notifications for certain apps set to not show on the Lock screen, you can still view those notifications via the Notification Center while on the Lock screen, after verifying with Touch ID. When you do so, you’ll see all of your hidden notifications automatically appear.

Lock screen widget


In iOS 10, Widgets play a big role in providing information via app icons (using 3D Touch shortcuts), via the Home screen and Notification Center, and via the Lock screen. To access Lock screen widgets, perform a right swipe on the Lock screen.

Like Today View widgets on older versions of iOS, the widgets on the Lock screen can be added, removed, rearranged, and in some cases, expanded.

The Lock screen widgets interface also features a handy Spotlight search bar, which rests right above the current date and time. Users can utilize 3D Touch gestures on Spotlight suggestions or search results to launch directly into specific areas of your favorite apps right from the Lock screen.

Music controls

The Lock screen music controls look largely familiar, although there are some subtle changes that eagle-eyed users will notice. For starters, everything is slightly bigger. Text is bigger, and the sliders and scrubbers are wider and bigger as well.

The small vertical line on the time scrubber has been replaced by a small ball, and the ball used for the volume scrubber is now slightly larger.

Summary

iOS 10 is just amazing. Its blazingly fast and annimations are so buttery smooth. Apple did a great job. Serisouly i'm see such great updates in iOS after so long time. I am happy with iOS 10. It's just great. if you want to get iOS 10 right now then register your iPhone to Apple Developer Account here and enjoy iOS 10 >

Cheers!

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Saturday, June 25, 2016

iOS 10 has all these Jailbreak Cydia tweak features

There is no sign of any Jailbreak of iOS 10. IOS 10 is great itself you won't feel the need of having jailbreak in iOS 10 as it's built more sophistically and in more better way to give you the ultimate iOS user experiece. Apple has released the iOS 10 beta on this 13th June 2016 to its developers. But ou can also install iOS 10 on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch right now. You need to have your device registered to an Apple Developer Account for this.  If you haven't yet updated to iOS 10 yet, then you can register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account here > and install the iOS 10 beta right now on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch and also watchOS 3 > on your Apple Watch.

iOS 10 has all these Cydia Tweak features:


  • iOS 10 Feature – Raise to Wake
  • Jailbreak Tweak – FaceOff

The raise to wake feature has been something that we’ve had since around iOS 7 in the jailbreak community. This basically allows you to just raise your device to wake up your device without having to press any buttons.

  • iOS 10 Feature – Stickers in Messages
  • Jailbreak Tweak – StickerMe

The ability to use stickers in messaging isn’t anything new for several other messaging apps, but it is new to Messages in iOS 10. While we don’t have this exact feature, there is the ability to use Facebook stickers in your Messages app with StickerMe.

  • iOS 10 Feature – Control Center pages
  • Jailbreak Tweak – Auxo

In iOS 10 the control center now has 2 pages. One for your toggles and quick launch apps, brightness, etc. and one just for the music controls. Exactly how it should be. Of course Auxo brought us this several years ago.


  •  iOS 10 Feature – 3D Touch on Weather App
  • Jailbreak Tweak –  Shortcuts

This is a convenient little feature that allows you to 3D touch on the Weather app to give you some crucial weather information. The jailbreak tweak Shortcuts, along with a few other tweaks, do this exact same thing as well.

  •  iOS 10 Feature – Drawing in Messages
  • Jailbreak Tweak – Grafiti

Drawing in Messages? How about Grafiti back from 2012? Now, I’m not saying that Grafiti is up to par with the drawing that’s now allowed in Messages, just that the idea has been around for about 4 years.


  •  iOS 10 Feature – Removing stock apps
  • Jailbreak Tweak –HideMeX, Springtomize

Almost everybody had that folder of “useless” apps that they would have just to put all the unused stock apps if you were stuck on stock iOS. If you were jailbroken then tweaks like HideMeX or Springtomize would allow you to hide any and all applications that you wanted.

  •  iOS 10 Feature – Lock Screen Widgets
  • Jailbreak Tweak – LockHTML

Widgets have been something that Apple has been toying with since iOS 9, but it’s something users have wanted for much longer than that. That’s the beauty of jailbreaking. Not having to wait for Apple to implement a feature in 3 years and getting it right now. LockHTML as well as other widgets tweaks have been around for quite some time.


  •  iOS 10 Feature – Control Center redesign
  • Jailbreak Tweak – Floater

The new design for the control center in iOS 10 looks pretty nice. But, the freestanding control center isn’t something that’s new to iOS 10 if you’re a jailbreaker. Use a tweak like Floater to get the “floating” look of the control center as well as some other UI elements.


  • iOS 10 Feature – Colorization of CC toggles
  • Jailbreak Tweak – Cream

Cream gives you the same color effect that you get in iOS 10 when you enable the control center toggles.

  •  iOS 10 Feature – 3D touch on quick launch apps
  • Jailbreak Tweak – QuickCenter

While this feature is a little lackluster, it’s still kind of cool. You can now 3D press on your quick launch apps in your control center to get various options. You have this same ability with a tweak called QuickCenter.


  •  iOS 10 Feature – Clear all notifications
  • Jailbreak Tweak – 3D Touch To Clear all Notifications

While the tweak name isn’t something to get too excited about, this gives you the exact same ability to clear all notifications in the notification center with a 3D press.


  •  iOS 10 Feature – Notifications redesign
  • Jailbreak Tweak – WatchNotifications

If you’re looking for a similar design that you’re going to get in iOS 10 on the notifications, then you should check out WatchNotifcations. While it’s not exactly the same, it does give you a pretty close replica.

  •  iOS 10 Feature – Dark Mode Clock app
  • Jailbreak Tweak – Eclipse

Dark mode for iOS might be the most exciting feature I’m looking forward to in iOS 10. While it hasn’t been pushed system wide, the clock app did get a dark mode redesign and we’ll have to wait to see if we see dark mode for all apps in later betas. If you want it now and you’re jailbroken, then just download Eclipse to get dark mode on your device.
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Apple’s use of differential privacy in iOS 10 to drive AI will be opt-in, limited to four use cases at launch

Apple is making many of its services smarter in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra through the use of differential privacy which enables artificial intelligence to become smarter while still balancing privacy. Given Apple’s strong position on protecting user privacy, Recode requested more details on how the company’s use of differential privacy would work. Apple so far has resisted collecting a lot of user data that could make Siri, iCloud, and other services smarter. If you haven't yet updated to iOS 10 yet, then you can register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account here > and install the iOS 10 beta right now on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch and also watchOS 3 > on your Apple Watch.

Its use of differential privacy to collect some user data to improve its AI services will be totally opt-in, according to the new report, and hasn’t been used in services before iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. Apple also reiterated that it isn’t collecting user data in iCloud-stored photos to improve the AI behind its subject recognition in Photos. That’s why indexing photos happens separately on each device (like Mac, iPhone, and iPad) and object/facial recognition data isn’t synced. Craig Federighi used the example earlier this month that Apple can recognize what a mountain is on their own without using customer photos.

Recode also shared that Apple’s use of differential privacy is mostly limited in scope at launch:

As for what data is being collected, Apple says that differential privacy will initially be limited to four specific use cases: New words that users add to their local dictionaries, emojis typed by the user (so that Apple can suggest emoji replacements), deep links used inside apps (provided they are marked for public indexing) and lookup hints within notes.



Here’s an example of Apple detailing how differential privacy works with deep links in its iOS 10 documentation:

iOS 10 introduces a differentially private way to help improve the ranking of your app’s content in search results. iOS submits a subset of differentially private hashes to Apple servers as users use your app and as NSUserActivity objects that include a deep link URL and have their eligibleForPublicIndexing property set to YES are submitted to iOS. The differential privacy of the hashes allows Apple to count the frequency with which popular deep links are visited without ever associating a user with a link.

Apple also detailed these efforts in its official press release for iOS 10:

Starting with iOS 10, Apple is using technology called Differential Privacy to help discover the usage patterns of a large number of users without compromising individual privacy. In iOS 10, this technology will help improve QuickType and emoji suggestions, Spotlight® deep link suggestions and Lookup Hints in Notes.

The report also clarifies other AI-driven efforts Apple already has underway that don’t rely on differential privacy at all. Proactive, for example, is a concept that matches much of what Google does through data collection but Apple relies on indexing data locally on the device without information ever being shared across the Internet. For example, iOS 9 started recommending calendar appointments based on information from email saved locally on your iPhone or iPad.

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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Top 10 WWDC 2016 features from iOS 10, watchOS 3, macOS Sierra, and tvOS 10

We’ve done roundups on all of the new features schedule to hit Apple’s four platforms — iOS 10, macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10. But after seeing hundreds of features, the amount of new items can all start to blend together. With this in mind, we’ve put together a compilation of 16 top features (4 each) from each of Apple’s four platforms. Apple has released the iOS 10 at WWDC'16 last week, If you haven't yet updated to iOS 10 yet, then you can register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account here > and install the iOS 10 beta right now on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch and also watchOS 3 > on your Apple Watch



These are some of the features that are going to be most notable for users once these updates ship later this fall. Of course, this list is slightly subjective, and you may prefer one new feature over another. Please leave a comment down below with your top features of WWDC 2016 spanning across Apple’s four platforms. Then, take a moment to vote in our poll to voice which platform you think came away from WWDC 2016 in the best shape.

Mac

Siri on Mac
Safari Picture in Picture
Move third party menu bar icons
Desktop and Documents folder live on iCloud Drive

iPhone/iPad

Apple Music redesign
iMessages app enhancements
Enhanced Lock screen
Hide stock apps
Apple Watch

Dock

Swipe between watch faces
Control Center
Auto Unlock

Apple TV

Dark Mode on Apple TV
Search YouTube
Use HomeKit
Single Sign-on

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Apple purposely kept the iOS 10 Kernel Unencrypted and users don't need to worry about it

When Apple has released the iOS 10 at WWDC'16 last week, the company left a surprise for security researchers — it left the core of its operating system, the kernel, unencrypted. However it doesn't affect the users anyhow. So nothing to be worried about if you have updated to iOS 10 now. If you haven't yet updated to iOS 10 yet, then you can register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account here > and install the iOS 10 beta right now on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch and also watchOS 3 > on your Apple Watch




“The kernel cache doesn’t contain any user info, and by unencrypting it we’re able to optimize the operating system’s performance without compromising security,” an Apple spokesperson told TechCrunch.
Apple has kept the inner workings of the kernel obfuscated by encryption in previous versions of iOS, leaving developers and researchers in the dark. The kernel manages security and limits the ways applications on an iPhone or iPad can access the hardware of the device, making it a crucial part of the operating system.

Checkout our article on How to install iOS 10 beta now on your iPhone. iOS 10 is great. It will give you a complete new iOS using experience. The animation is now buttery smooth, Performance is much better than iOS 9, Rise to Wake up feature, new Home App, New revamped music app is just fantastic. Update now to iOS 10 and feel the new iPhone.

Although encryption is often thought to be synonymous with security, the lack of encryption in this case doesn’t mean that devices running iOS 10 are less secure. It just means that that researchers and developers can poke around in the kernel’s code for the first time, and any security flaws will come to light more quickly. If flaws are revealed, they can be quickly patched.

Leaving the kernel unencrypted is a rare move of transparency for Apple.

An unencrypted kernel will make it easier for security experts to discover flaws in iOS 10. It should also make it easier for hackers to discover vulnerabilities to jailbreak iOS 10, and release jailbreak tools when it is released to the public later this fall.

Source: techCrunch
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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

iOS 10 Control Center new functions and also offers quick access to Music & Home


iOS 10 has a new control center for you. It has new functions, new looks and most notably feature is - the ability to swipe over for new menus dedicated specifically to music controls and smart home accessories. Apple has released the iOS 10 beta for developers on this June 13th, iOS 10 is the biggest iOS release ever. And it's just great. Everything is so buttery smooth and the iMessage features will surely blow your mind. The batter performance is magnificently great. if you want to install iOS 10 beta right now on your iPhone,iPad,iPod touch now then click here to register your device to an Apple Developer account here > and enjoy iOS 10. Read this post on how to install iOS 10 now.



Click on images to view it on large scale

Upon updating to iOS 10, users will find that Control Center's main view looks largely the same, with a few tweaks. Music controls are removed entirely, and can now be found by swiping toward the left once. This change allows the main Control Center menu a little more room to breathe.

Up top there remain five buttons for airplane mode, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb, and orientation lock. A brightness slider also remains.

The AirPlay button on the main Control Center view has been renamed to "AirPlay Screen." Tapping it provides the option to mirror the iPhone or iPad display onto an Apple TV. Audio AirPlay controls have been separated completely, moved to the new music Control Center view.

The elimination of music controls from the main view has allowed Apple's Night Shift mode, which aims to help you get a better night's sleep, to have a larger presence. Finally, there is a bottom row of controls for flashlight, timer, calculator and camera. All of these are 3D Touch enabled for more advanced control options exclusive to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. It should be noted that if you uninstall Apple's default Calculator — one of the uninstallable native apps from the upcoming update — the calculator quick link in Control Center disappears. This leaves just three options, which cannot be changed: flashlight, timer and camera.

Swiping toward the left once brings up the new music controls view in Control Center. Things work about as expected here, with album art, song title, artists, and album title displayed up top, scrubbable timer below, and skip and pause controls below that. At the bottom, Control Center features volume controls, plus an expandable menu for AirPlay. It is here that users can choose to have music played over an external device, whether an Apple TV, AirPlay or Bluetooth speakers, or a connected pair of Bluetooth headphones.




There are two HomeKit views in Control Center — the default is "Favorite Accessories," but Apple has also included a "Scenes" option accessible from the upper right corner of the swipe-up menu.

Here again, Apple also offers 3D Touch controls for HomeKit accessories. For example, pressing more firmly on a smart lightbulb brings up brightness controls, as well as a link for adjusting color (when applicable).iOS 10 will also remember where you left off in Control Center. For example, if the last time you used the feature, you swiped over to HomeKit controls, swiping up again will return you to that menu. And if you prefer the "Scenes" menu over "Favorite Accessories," that will remain selected. Enjoy iOS 10. It's great.

if you want to install iOS 10 beta right now on your iPhone,iPad,iPod touch now then click here to register your device to an Apple Developer account here > and enjoy iOS 10.

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Apple's HomeKit get new devices and new ways to control your home

Apple's HomeKit smart home platform picks up new device types & controls

Even though it was first announced in 2014, Apple's HomeKit is only now starting to establish a solid foothold in the home automation market. The platform should make some real strides towards the end of 2016, not the least because of new kinds of supported accessories and control options.




Some of the new accessory types include various forms of "air treatment" equipment — namely humidifiers, purifiers, and conditioners/heaters. Previously HomeKit could only control air through a compatible fan or thermostat.

What Apple spent special time on during its WWDC keynote, though, was doorbells and cameras. HomeKit-ready doorbells will support things like volume and "visual indicator" control, and event triggers that can link with other accessories. One might for instance have extra outdoor lights come on when someone visits at night.

Something a little more interesting is the ability for doorbells to capture photos or live streams of the people who push them. Apple's Home apps for iOS 10 and watchOS 3 will let people see these feeds from notifications — in the case of iOS 10, even from a device's lockscreen. In some instances these notifications will have associated options like using an intercom or unlocking a door.



Apple has released the iOS 10 beta, and macOS beta. There is a new App called HOME in iOS 10. If you want to install iOS 10, macOS Sierra, WatchOS 3 beta on your iPhone, Mac and Apple Watch then you have to have your device registered to an Apple Developer Account as these are released for developers only. But now you can also install them right away on your device by registering your iPhone/iPad/iPod udid to Apple Developer Account. We are offering udid registration only for $15 usd for 1 year. So if you are interested to install the iOS 10 beta, WatchOS 3 and macOS sierra then register your device to Apple Developer Program here now >


The new camera support won't be limited to doorbells however, which bodes well for other HomeKit-enabled security systems. Users will be able to adjust camera settings, as well as audio playback and recording.

iOS 10 should make it generally easier to use HomeKit without Siri or third-party apps, thanks not only to the dedicated Home app but a new Control Center pane.

Don't expect to take advantage of any of these features soon — iOS 10, watchOS 3, and the new tvOS are still in beta form, and won't be released until later this year. It will also take time for major accessory makers to prepare new products, although some are already in the pipeline, and a few existing devices will be getting upgrades.

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72 new emoji's are coming to the new iOS 10 and iPhone 7

72 new emoji will be making their way to iPhone and iPad soon, likely with iOS 10. The Unicode standards body this week ‘released’ the latest round of new emoji characters, including sneezing face, drooling face, ‘selfie’, boxing glove and ‘face palm’. You can see what these will look like in the image above, which is a mockup by Emojipedia of the new emojis in Apple’s graphic style.


The Unicode body frequently approves new groups of emoji but it takes time for the new imagery to be incorporated into manufacturer’s devices. Unicode 9.0 was officially released on June 21st after being approved earlier this month but the board expects the graphics to roll out to OS’s like iOS and Android in the fall.




Apple will likely add these emoji into iPhone and iPad sometime in the iOS 10 cycle; if it misses the initial iOS 10.0 launch, then they will likely appear with a point-update like 10.1 or 10.2. It’s worth noting that the current iOS 10 beta seeds do not include these new emoji but it is very possible that they show up in a later build.

Do you want to install the iOS 10 beta now ?

Hey, are you interested to install the iOS 10 beta on your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch and WatchOS 3 on your Apple watch now ? Then register your iPhone to Apple Developer Account here and then you can install the iOS 10 beta on your device now.

Follow this article: How to install iOS 10 beta now.




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Does my Mac supports the new macOS Sierra ?

macOS Sierra is the world's next most advanced operating system for macs. It's going to be blazingly fast on the newer macs. It has great features like - Universal Clipboard, Picture-in-picture mode, new maps, Photo's etc like iOS 10. Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 10 yet ? If not, update now to iOS 10 by registering your iPhone/iPad/iPod UDID to Apple Developer Program here >



Will you mac support macOS Sierra ?

It seems that Macs manufactured in 2008 and older models won’t be eligible for the new OS. But if your Mac is not on Apple’s list, an unofficial option might allow you to run macOS Sierra anyway, with some magics.

Official macOS Sierra minimum system requirements

According to Federighi’s slide, the following Mac models will be officially supported by macOS Sierra:

  • iMac (late-2009 and later)
  • MacBook (late-2009 and later)
  • MacBook Pro (2010 and later)
  • MacBook Air (2010 and later)
  • Mac mini (2010 and later)
  • Mac Pro (2010 and later)

It’s interesting that macOS Sierra marks the first time Apple has changed the system requirements for the Mac operating system 2012’s release of Mountain Lion. Will it mean that, it requires faster and strong high config hardware ? Answer is some sorta YES!

“It was initially though that Sierra requires Intel chips with the SSE4.1 instruction set, removing machines with silicon older than the 45nm Penryn Core 2 Duo family of processors,” as per Stephen Hackett of 512pixels.

“However, if SSE4.1 was the hard cutoff, some older Mac Pros — that Apple has cut off — would be able to run macOS Sierra that Apple, so there may be other factors like GPU support in play as well.”

Keep it on your mind that, macOS Sierra is in beta version now, so it will have lots of bugs, i had a hard time with macOS sierra. Eventually i had to downgrade back to OS X EL Capitan. (Downgrade Instructions here)

Run macOS Sierra in not supported macs

Go to this website here > ,  those whose computer is not officially supported by macOS Sierra. In a nutshell, this patch involves using the macOS Post Install application from the installer image to choose the optimal patches for your particular Mac model.

When the app finishes patching, your computer should be able to boot into a fully working copy of macOS Sierra, although some owners of unsupported Macs may not be able to use Wi-Fi, or other OS features.
You can try this method to install the macOS Sierra if you really want it. However, if you want then you can always downgrade back to os x el Capitan or Yosemite or lowers os x. Follow the macOS / OS X Downgrade process here >

But i would just want to say that, Forget mac ! Just update to iOS 10 ! It's going to blow your mind, it's just amazing. But you need to register your iPhone / iPad udid to Apple Developer Account, if you have not yet, then update to iOS 10 beta as it's only released for developers only, so by registering your iPhone to Apple Developer Account, be a developer also! (You will get access to download and install all the iOS 10 beta versions for next year only for $15).

So enjoy iOS beta's early.
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How to install iOS 10 on your iPhone,iPad,iPod touch now

Apple released the first beta of iOS 10 on June 13th, 2016. Here are some few things that you need to do to install the iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and watchOS 3 beta on Apple Watch.


Apple will release the iOS 10 beta for the Apple Developers after the WWDC 2016. Those who have signed up for the Apple Developer Program they can easily update to any iOS 10 after registering their UDID to Apple Developer Site. A Single Apple Developer Account signup costs $99. You can register here > now for Apple Developer Account at Apple Developer Portal.

iOS 10 is just amazing. You will fall in love with it. The new features of iOS 10 will blow your mind and give you a complete new iOS using experience. Trust me, it feels like you having a new iPhone once you update your device to iOS 10.

Else, If you want to save money. Then you can enroll your iPhone,iPad,iPad,Apple Watch to one of our Apple Developer Account. We will simply register your UDID to Apple Developer Account and it will give your access to install the iOS 10 beta legitimately only for $15. If you are interested in getting the iOS 10 beta on your iPhone right now then register your device to Apple Developer Account here > with us.

So once you have registered your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch UDID Apple Developer Account then you are all set ! Once it's release check out our download section and download the iOS 10 beta and install it on your iPhone. It will be activated just like a Charm.

iOS 10 is the next biggest mobile operating system of Apple. It the next best thing for your iPhone. It's going to have tons of new exciting features. I am so excited for the iOS 10 beta.

How to install iOS 10 beta on iPhone,iPad,iPod Touch

There are two ways to install iOS 10 on your iPhone,iPad,iPod touch. First way is to use iTunes and update. And another way it update via OTA (over the air) directly on your iPhone/iPad. 

Step 1: Make sure that, you device supports iOS 10. Check-out the supported device list of iOS here.

Step 2: Register your iPhone/iPad/iPod/Apple Watch/ Apple TV UDID to Apple Developer Account here >

Step 3: Download the iOS 10 beta on your PC.

Step 4: Connect your iPhone to iTunes.

Step 5: On the Summary Tab, Click on RESTORE iPhone holding the Shift/Option key on your keyboard.

Step 6: Now a window will pop up and ask for the ipsw file. Now here select iOS 10 beta which you have downloaded in Step 3.

Step 7: Now wait for iTunes to finish the restore process.

Step 8: Now enjoy!

Alternative Easy way to update to iOS 10:

Once you register your device UDID to Apple Developer Account here > with us and you have got the confirmation email of UDID registration of your device to our Apple Developer Account, then simply go to our download section of iAppleStuffs and download iOS 10 beta profile on your iPhone. Just install it on your iPhone/iPad. And Go to Settings > General > Software Update and You will see iOS 10 beta is available for download. Then just download and install it directly on your iPhone/iPad.

Check out our video tutorial: Step by Step guide for installing iOS 10 beta on your iPhone, iPad using iTunes.



Warning: Do not install the iOS 10 beta without registering your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Account. It will make your iPhone stuck in the Activation Error / Brick your iPhone. Register your iPhone to Apple Developer Account here.


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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Apple released the iOS 9.3.3 beta 3, OS X beta, TvOS beta and earlier iOS 10 beta




Apple seeded the iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 to developers. The beta can be installed via the over-the-air update mechanism in iOS, or it can be downloaded from either Apple’s dev center. Apple has also released the iOS 10 beta which is far far way better than iOS 9.3.3. If you are interested to install the iOS 10 beta on your iPhone,iPad,iPod Touch now and then register your iPhone udid to Apple Developer Account here 

The iOS 9.3.3 update came after two weeks of releasing the beta 1 of 9.3.3. And after 8 days of iOS 10 beta releases. However the worlds full attention is now in the iOS 10 beta. iOS 10 beta is just mind blowing. The new features in iMessage, Rise to unlock, Universal Clipboard and many more are just more than great. It makes your device more faster.

In addition to iOS, Apple also seeded new betas for tvOS and OS X on Tuesday. The betas are available to registered developers and testers, and can be installed via OTA in tvOS for those with the latest beta profile, and then the Update tab in the Mac App Store.

OS X 10.11.6 and tvOS 9.2.2 are also minor updates, featuring mostly bug fixes and improvements. Again it seems like Apple is just looking to tighten things up as it moves on to the next versions.  macOS Sierra will be released on this Fall for everyone. Wait til that time or register your device udid to Apple Developer Account here now > and get all the upcoming iOS , macOS, tvOS, WatchOS 3 beta versions early - just right now.

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