There is much to praise in “Hi,Speed”, Apple’s coming out party for the iPhone 12 on October 13th. As always, and perhaps better than before, new products were well served by imaginative staging and superb video production. Before the main attraction, the HomePod mini opening act provided surprisingly rich food for thought regarding Apple’s Home, Intelligent Assistant, and Music strategies.
Link: Apple Perplexing Verizon Promotion
Joanne Carter, creator of the world’s most popular mobile photography and art website— TheAppWhisperer.com— TheAppWhisperer platform has been a pivotal cyberspace for mobile artists of all abilities to learn about, to explore, to celebrate and to share mobile artworks. Joanne’s compassion,…
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Apple’s new lineup begins dropping Oct. 23. The company’s latest mobile phone model is a bit different than its previous iterations. For example, this will be the first iPhone to come with 5G. Another thing different about this Apple release: it’s the first flagship iPhone to launch in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Link: Here’s how Apple will make your iPhone 12 pickup coronavirus-safe
Yet again, Microsoft installs unwanted apps on Windows 10 without user permission. Recently, Microsoft has tested new sales channels — users of Windows 10 were surprised by a reboot, then four additional programs were installed. Specifically, non-local versions of Office, so-called Progressive Web Apps (PWA), were installed.
Link: Microsoft Edge Installs Office Web Apps On Windows 10 Without User Permission
When I interviewed for an Analyst role at Gartner Inc., I had to participate in a panel defense of an unpopular position. I had to show that I could hold my own in conversations with customers, analysts, and vendors. The position? VMware is a developer-friendly organization. . The interview was about 5 or 6-years ago.
Link: Microsoft is VMware’s Biggest Threat
The Apple Watch learned some new tricks in . Apple announced its latest software updates in June at its annual and gave a sneak peek at the new features coming to its Apple Watches, then released the new operating system to the public in September. The update includes a fresh batch of watch faces, new workout options and native sleep tracking — the last of which has been for many years. .
Link: WatchOS 7: All the new tricks your Apple Watch can do now
Once you are happy and have created an app for your company, the time has come to put the app into action and let it do its magic. However, this is not it. You have to use it after you have uploaded your app to the app store, which is where the difficulty starts. . The problem with the mobile app is, in most instances, that download rates are too low or zero.
Link: How To Increase Organic Traffic on Your Mobile App
Any.do might be the best task manager app on the market. Learn how to quickly add tasks from the Android notification shade. You’re busy and that growing list of tasks isn’t getting any shorter. In fact, you find yourself constantly adding to that list. If you consider yourself a task list power user, you might make use of the Any.do mobile app on Android.
Link: How to quickly add an Any.do task on Android
Need a GUI for the installation of Linux apps on your Chromebook? Try GNOME Software. So you’ve finally added Linux app support on your Chromebook and are happily installing various Linux apps. As a Linux user, you’re more than happy to open a terminal window and install an app or two. However, as a Chrome OS user, you’re not terribly satisfied with having to do this from the command line.
Link: How to install a GUI for Linux apps on your Chromebook
new DelhiApple brings its devices once a year and every year users expect a major upgrade. Not only hardware, the company’s optimized software also performs well and many changes have been made recently. iPhone and Android smartphones running iOS are often compared and Apple has been bringing many features of Android to their iPhones.
Link: Apple to follow Android phones, will give ‘Under Display Touch-ID’ in iPhone
Looking for an easy to use encryption tool to protect data on your Linux servers? Jack Wallen shows you how to install and use gocryptfs to serve that very purpose. Your Linux servers probably hold very precious company and/or client data. If that’s the case, what do you do to protect it? Yes, you’ve probably spent an inordinate amount of time hardening your network and maybe you’ve had a good amount of success at keeping intruders away.
Link: How to encrypt files on your Linux servers with gocryptfs
Temporal is a perfect fit for orchestrating microservices. It guarantees that workflow code eventually completes, has built-in support for exponential activity retries, and simplifies the coding of the compensation logic with native Saga pattern support.You can define retries, rollbacks, or even…
Link: Temporal.io: Build Invincible Apps