With just days to go before executives are expected to take the stage at 1 Infinite Loop for an event that could see the company introduce a string of new Mac offerings, Apple on Monday released all four of its once-in-testing software updates to the public.
Apple has released several new TV ads designed to highlight the everyday benefits of owning both the iPhone 7, and Apple Watch Series 2.
As the public releases of iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10 and macOS Sierra inch ever closer, Apple sent out a new mailshot to developers – at the end of last week, calling for them to begin submitting their app updates for each of its four main app platforms.
Also receiving a bump in beta version number this Friday is the company’s built-from-the-ground-up operating system designed for television, tvOS.
Likely to represent the final round of betas from the company – in terms of the forthcoming updates to its mobile, TV, watch and Mac platforms, Apple on Monday seeded the sixth betas of iOS 10, tvOS 10, watchOS 3 and macOS Sierra to developers.
As industry pundits continue to guess what Apple might have up its sleeve to announce next, The Washington Post over the weekend published a pretty lengthy interview with the company’s CEO … and what was said in regards to the firm’s ongoing interest in Augmented Reality was interesting, (to say the least).