Continuing to unify its new forthcoming iOS release with that of its recently introduced wrist-top platform, the Apple Watch – Apple on Friday released the same “Smileys,” “Hearts” and “Hands” animations which have been found inside the smartwatch’s messages app since day one, for iOS.
Continuing to address bugs and issues that may have been reported within each version of its software, Apple earlier this week seeded the fourth betas of iOS 9.3.3, tvOS 9.2.2 and OS X 10.11.6 – to developers, for testing.
It was really only a matter of time before Apple began using the App Store to serve app-related ads to its users, especially given that there are now 1.9 Million apps currently available for download on the store, and more than 65-percent of downloads come directly from App Store Search.
It’s no secret that Apple strongly believes coding is an essential skill to possess.
And the firm’s new initiative “Everyone Can Code” brings the power of its programming language Swift, plus the just announced Swift Playgrounds, and great teaching materials – together, into a package that should help anyone learn how to code whether in or out of the classroom.
As it does every year at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple this week held the official ADAs – an awards ceremony designed to highlight the most innovative, beautifully designed, and just plain cool app entries to have become available across the company’s digital stores, over the past 12 months.
Jump the break to learn about this year’s winners!