Apple World Today News Update: May 30, 2018

Apple World Today News Update: May 30, 2018

Can you believe it's Hump Day already? Those 3-day holiday weekends make the work week fast, and we're going to give you three short news items to make your day go by even faster:

  • Apple is leasing even more industrial space in Santa Clara, CA, part of a huge expansion in the office and lab space that's located around the south Bay Area

  • We have some tips for you about iCloud Messages; how to turn it on and what is backed up by the new cloud service that showed up in iOS 11.4 yesterday

  • Want to watch Monday's keynote at the 2018 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference? We have tips on where you can stream the event

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Apple World Today News Update: May 29, 2018

Apple World Today News Update: May 29, 2018

We hope the Memorial Day weekend was good for you! Today we have three small stories for you to listen to on the Apple World Today News Update podcast:

  • iOS 11.4 is available, with some new features and three major bug fixes that are sure to make a lot of users happy

  • Is your Uber driver creeping you out? The rideshare company has added a feature to its app to let riders call 911 with a single swipe and a tap

  • We speculate on what the addition of a third lens could do for the photographic capabilities of a 2019 iPhone

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Apple World Today News Update: May 8, 2018

Apple World Today News Update: May 8, 2018

Just a short podcast for you today, with a heartwarming FaceTime story, news from Google's tech conference this week, and an upcoming security update in iOS 11.4 that will make it even more difficult for law enforcement officers to get personal data off of iOS devices:

  • A soldier thought he was going to miss out on the birth of his daughter due to an early delivery and a flight delay. FaceTime saved the day

  • Google announces ML Kit, a machine learning software development kit that allows developers for iOS and Android to build machine learning enabled apps

  • iOS 11.4 will apparently have a new feature called USB Restricted Mode that will disable data transfer over USB if a device isn't unlocked after a week

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Latest iOS 11.4 beta release seems to underscore the fate of Apple’s AirPort hardware line

Latest iOS 11.4 beta release seems to underscore the fate of Apple’s AirPort hardware line

Some of us kept hoping that Apple wasn’t abandoning its AirPort line, but this seems to be the case. As noted by AppleInsider, AirPort Express is no longer showing up in the Home app for users on the latest iOS 11.4 beta, “casting doubt that it will be updated to use as an AirPlay 2 target.”

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