Archive for August 2018

Apple Seeds tvOS 12 Beta 10 to Developers [Download]



Apple has seeded tvOS 12 beta 10 to developers for testing. The build number is 16J5364a.

With tvOS 12, Apple TV 4K will be the only streaming player both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos certified, delivering the highest quality cinematic experience of stunning 4K HDR visuals and immersive sound that flows all around in three-dimensional space.

What's New in tvOS 12:
tvOS 12 includes includes new features, bug fixes, and security improvements in the OS and SDK, including:
• Aerials enhancements
• Enhanced AV player integration and data binding support in TVMLKit • Focus support for non-UIViews
• MDM Software Update command support
• Native TVML-style controls for UIKit
• Sandbox iTunes account support in Settings
• Secure password sharing from iOS devices
• Siri support for Find my iPhone





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Apple Seeds watchOS 5 Beta 10 to Developers [Download]



Apple has seeded watchOS 5 beta 10 to developers for testing. The build number is 16R5363a.

watchOS 5 brings a new Walkie-Talkie feature, activity competitions, auto-workout detection, Podcasts, and more.

Apple Watch becomes an even stronger companion for fitness, communication and quick access to information with a host of new features including Activity Sharing competitions, auto-workout detection, advanced running features, Walkie-Talkie, Apple Podcasts and third-party apps on the Siri watch face.





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Philips Hue Smart Lighting Products Discounted 20% for Labor Day [Deal]



A huge selection of Philips Hue smart lights and accessories are discounted by 20% today ahead of Labor Day.

Check out some of the many Hue products on sale below!






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Apple Releases iOS 12 Beta 12 to Fix Update Alert [Download]



Apple has released iOS 12 beta 12 to fix an issue that caused the previous beta to constantly alert users of a new update.

The newly released build is number 16A5366a. It can be downloaded from the link below!

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Lenovo Unveils New Smart Camera, Smart Bulb, and Smart Plug That Work With Apple HomeKit



Lenovo unveiled a new line of smart products at the company's annual Tech Life event yesterday. Dubbed Lenovo Smart Home Essentials, the family of connected devices aims to offer a simple, one stop shop for a smarter home.

The Smart Plug, Smart Camera, and Smart Bulb are designed to work with the Lenovo Smart Display and a new Lenovo Link app.

The Lenovo Link app serves as a centralized control center to set up and manage all applicable devices, as opposed to an individual app for each device. Users can control specific groups of devices at once or automate them to make certain actions at specific times during the day. Not only do the Lenovo Smart Home Essentials work with the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa,1 but customers will be able to easily set up, automate and control various aspects of the home with just their voice using the Lenovo Smart Display as a control hub.





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Apple Will Require a Privacy Policy for All New Apps and App Updates Starting October 3



Apple has informed developers that it will require a privacy policy for all new apps and app updates starting October 3, 2018.

Starting October 3, 2018, App Store Connect will require a privacy policy for all new apps and app updates in order to be submitted for distribution on the App Store or through TestFlight external testing. In addition, your app’s privacy policy link or text will only be editable when you submit a new version of your app.

To add or edit your privacy policy for the App Store:
1. Go to My Apps in App Store Connect, and click on your app.
2. Under App Store, click on App Information.
3. In the top right corner, add your privacy policy link for iOS apps or macOS apps, or enter text directly for tvOS apps.
4. Click Save.





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