What might we expect from the Apple Watch Series 4?

What might we expect from the Apple Watch Series 4?

Apple has registered several new Apple Watch model identifiers in the Eurasian economic database, as spotted by Consomac. The tech giant is expected to unveil new smartwatches at a September event that will also see the roll-out of new iPhones and the long-awaited AirPower wireless charger. All of the models run watchOS 5. 

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Apple removes Group FaceTime from new developer betas of iOS 12 and macOS Mojave

Apple removes Group FaceTime from new developer betas of iOS 12 and macOS Mojave

Apple has released the seventh developer betas of iOS 12, macOS Mojave, tvOS 12,  and watchOS 5. However, as noted by MacRumors, the tech giant has removed Group FaceTime from the iOS 12 and Mojave betas, saying it “will ship in a future software update later this fall.”

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Apple World Today News Update: June 8, 2018

Apple World Today News Update: June 8, 2018

It's been a busy, busy WWDC week! After the keynote, hands-on testing of some of the new operating systems, and so on, we decided to end the week on a light note:

  • Happy 10th Birthday, iPhone 3G! Apple's second iPhone brought 3G "speeds", third-party apps, and the App Store to the mobile device.

  • Apple Music is getting a new feature today -- Coming Soon

  • Today we look at a few of the more notable changes to watchOS 5, like how you access Control Center and Notification Center

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Apple World Today News Update: June 4, 2018 Special WWDC Keynote Edition

Apple World Today News Update: June 4, 2018 Special WWDC Keynote Edition

If you missed the WWDC 2018 keynote this morning, you're in for a treat...or if you slept through some of the keynote, you can pick up the details of those items discussed while you were dozing. Today's podcast is brought to you by this week's sponsor, macXvideo, providing the best free 4K processing and sharing app for macOS.

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Apple World Today News Update: April 16, 2018

Apple World Today News Update: April 16, 2018

Welcome to another week in the weather-wacky month of April. Today we talk about a new feature that may be on the way to watchOS, how quickly a law enforcement tool called GrayKey can crack iOS passcodes, and ponder Apple's next exercise challenge:

  • watchOS 5 may come with support for third-party watch faces...or not
  • Grayshift's GrayKey box can break your four-digit passcode in about 6 minutes, 30 seconds...so if you're a criminal it might help to give your iPhone a long, complex alphanumeric passcode
  • There's an Earth Day exercise challenge coming up
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