The first Beta of the macOs Mojave update was released to Apple’s public beta testing group on Tuesday, allowing non-developers the opportunity to experience the sofware before the update is launched. The second developer beta released last week should be exactly the same as the new beta.
A report released by Bloomberg has revealed Apple’s intentions with regards to audio devices for 2019, including the 3rd generation AirPods, over-ear headphones and the next HomePod.
It is believed that the new and improved 3rd generation AirPods will be of significantly greater quality, water resistant, and may also include a noise cancellation mechanism currently under research by Apple, in addition to functionality at an increased distance from the iPhone or iPad.
In 2011, a Lawsuit was filed against Apple that accused the company of illegal monopoly through the restriction of iPhone users to mobile apps within its own App Store, thus reducing consumer choice.
Today Apple released the third beta of the approaching iOS 11.4.1 update to developers, only 7 days since the iOS 11.4.1 2nd Beta was seeded. This comes 3 weeks after the introduction of AirPlay 2 as part of iOS 11.4.
Jaime Waydo, an autonomous vehicle expert who was previously employed at google’s Waymo, has been hired by Apple. She was previously in charge of verifying the safety of the prototypes produced at Waymo, and provided input assessing when it would be safe to carry out on-the-road tests in Phoenix in 2016. According to her former colleagues, she was “instrumental” as the head of systems engineering at Waymo.
Of the three new 2018 iPhone models, the launch of which is rumored to beSeptember, the LCD model is currently the odd one out, being both the cheapest and the only one not to include an OLED display like the iPhone X. However, according to The Wall Street Journal, the LCD model is expected to constitute a major proportion of the iPhone sales in the current lineup.
With the World Cup 2018 fast approaching – kicking of on the 14th of June – Apple has introduced a Siri update with sports support, as well as featuring World Cup coverage on Apple TV and iOS devices, via FOX NOW in the USA, allowing fans to follow their favourite teams by utilising the TV app’s Up Next feature.