iOS 11.4.1 Developer Beta 1 was released just a day after the official public drop of iOS 11.4. Therefore, it’s obvious Apple is not wasting any time, and is making sure their software is the absolute best it can be. With that being said, what has changed?
In the code of iOS 11.4, 9to5Mac found assets used to render a full watch-face of a rainbow inspired by the pride flag. The six colors are in vertical strings and every time you tap them, there’s a different effect. Below I have included a preview of the WatchFace which was provided by 9to5Mac.
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This update mainly affects HomePod users, as it now finally allows you to pair multiple HomePods at once and sync them. Continue reading iOS 11.4 released! What’s new?
As you may know, a few months ago Apple announced the dates for its 29th annual developer conference, more commonly known as the WorldWide Developers Conference, or WWDC for short. This year like previous years, we are to expect newer versions of its operating systems- iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5, tvOS 11, alongside a few hardware updates including new Macs and the long anticipated release of AirPower and the new AirPods Wireless Charging Case.
Some MacBook and MacBook Pro models that Apple sells on its online stores appear to be “sold out”, with the pre-order shipment date is set for June 4th, suggesting that Apple may release new MacBook models during the Worldwide Developer Conference.
If you want to place an order of Mac with a Core i7 processor on Apple’s official website in the United States, it will show that there’s no stock, as the shipping date slips to June 4 – 6th. The problem also applies to those Core i5 models.
These phenomena seem to imply that Apple is likely to be released a new series of laptops at the WWDC 2018, which will be held on June 4th. We expect that the new MacBook models would likely to use newer Intel processors.
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Apple just recently filed a new patent that would greatly improve the way users interact with the Do Not Disturb feature on iOS. Continue reading New Patent For Do Not Disturb