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Apple Releases The Sixth Beta Of The Highly Anticipated IOS 11.3 Well Ahead Of Its Launch

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iphone x Last year Apple released its hugely anticipated iPhone X to the delight of consumers all around the world. It brought loads of amazing and never before seen features to the smartphone industry helping the company to maintain its reputation for leading the market. Now Apple has released the new iOS 11.3 beta to registered developers for testing their new software. It is estimated that Apple will be releasing the beta to public beta testers soon. As of now, most of the registered developer account users are able to update their iPhone, iPad or iPod to the latest 11.3 beta 6. The fifth beta had been released last week with several other updates to tvOS, macOS High Sierra etc. but there were very few important changes found apart from the tvOS showing a TV Provider sign in-prompt. Though removing the need for a remote to complete the upgrade process is handy, it’s nothing to write home about. The fifth update was released for macOS High Sierra, tvOS; however, the compa

iOS cracking tools reportedly used by FBI released to public

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Last year, the FBI ordered Apple to help crack the iPhone 5c owned by Syed Farook, one of the shooters in the 2015 attacks in San Bernardino. Apple  refused , and the FBI reportedly worked with  Cellebrite , an Israeli firm that specializes in mobile security. According to a  statement from Celelbrite  last month, a hacker breached one of its legacy servers. Now the hacker has released some of that data as a warning to the FBI. The data released includes code that seems to relate to Cellebrite's Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED), and can allegedly crack older iPhones like the 5c as well as Android and Blackberry devices. Speaking anonymously to  Motherboard ,  the hacker explained that simply creating these tools makes their release inevitable, where they can be used by anyone with technical knowledge, including oppressive regimes around the world. "It's important to demonstrate that when you create these tools, they will make it out. Histor

Android Apps win downloads, iOS apps win money

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Google there are a growing number of users, Apple continues to grow sales of the established narrative with mobile technology is that Google's Android dominates in terms of the sheer number of users and devices, but Apple iOS collects the lion's share of the profits. Nothing changed on this situation in the year 2015, after app Annie's annual report, with the trends are actually always more exaggerated. Android its flight path of amazing growth and reaches approximately twice the app downloads of the nemesis plateaued iOS, seems to have in the last few years. The Google App Annie explains expansion as driven by the emerging countries such as India, Mexico and Turkey, which is always more access to cheaper and more powerful Android handsets. The Google games store has also shown strong in the United States says the app analytics company. Apple is still very much in the lead when it comes to the economically important metric of App revenue. In 2015, 75 percent of i

Apple’s iOS code indicates Li-Fi wireless data may work on future iPhones

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Li-Fi   is a concept you may not be familiar with, but there are indications Apple is toying with it for inclusion on future iPhones. Using pulses of light to transmit information, Li-Fi receivers (like a future iPhone, if Apple has its way) will take in that transmission, then translate it into an electric signal. Because it uses light to send data, Li-Fi may be found in the connected home via accessories like lightbulbs. Li-Fi testing is already imminent. May appear in the next iPhone 7 according to iOS code in iOS 9.1 firmware. pic.twitter.com/MPK65QwLvp — Chase Fromm (@kyoufujibaya) December 31, 2015 Apple’s work with Li-Fi compatibility has been spotted in code for iOS 9.1, which simply notes Li-Fi capabilities. There’s no indication elsewhere that Apple is working with Li-Fi. But, there’s indication Apple has had Li-Fi in mind for a while. AppleInsider points to a 2013 patent application for a device that sounds an awful lot like a Li-Fi transmitter. While I

How to choose a new cell phone

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Now is a good time to get a smartphone. The latest devices hitting shelves in time for the holiday shopping season, and there is likely to be a lull in new versions until next spring. So why wait? Here are some things to consider before you hit the stores. If you are upgrading from an older model, you can skip the first part for smartphone buyers first. Need a smartphone? Maybe you've been doing fine with just a basic cell phone, but many people who buy smartphones discover things they never thought they could do. You can install applications from a museum for a map or learn about current exhibitions, or you can catch up on e-books with a scanning application. You can also check email and Facebook more easily and take great pictures and share them quickly. But you have to pay more - not just for the device. The monthly fees for voice, text and data tend to be higher compared to basic telephony plans. What system should you choose? This is the most important decisi

Apple introduces new iPhones, SmartWatch, software

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    For the first time in years, Apple iPhones were not the star of the show . Apple released a SmartWatch Tuesday, a portable device that marks the first major entry of the company into a new product category since the debut of the iPad in 2010 .   The move is significant due to recent questions about whether Apple still has the ability to innovate after the death of 2,011 co -founder Steve Jobs. The introduction of two new device eclipsed the iPhones , larger company that does not quite have larger screens ; they will have a new landscape mode to take advantage of the larger screen . The iPhone 6 will have a screen that measures 4.7 inches , while the iPhone 6 Plus will be 5.5 inches. In both cases, application developers can design applications that can be viewed differently when the phone is horizontal. Apple also introduced a system to use the phone to make credit card payments in retail stores . Apple is tu

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