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iOS 16.5 code indicates quad-box Picture-in-Picture feature in development for Apple TV sports streams
Picture-in-Picture has been a feature on Apple’s platforms for a few years, allowing a single video to pop out into a floating window while the user browses the rest of the OS.
Apple appears to be working on upgrading that capability, at least for live sports matches in the Apple TV app. Code references first spotted by Steve Moser in the iOS 16.5 betas describe a new “Multiview” experience for the Apple TV app, supporting up to four simultaneous streams at once.Expand Expanding Close
Apple has been slowly expanding the availability of HomePod, the company’s smart speaker. But the list of countries where HomePod is available is about to get longer, as the company confirmed on Tuesday that both HomePod and HomePod will be officially available in Singapore starting April 6.Expand Expanding Close
Apple released the first beta of iOS 16.5 to developers on Tuesday, just one day after iOS 16.4 was released to the public. And while today’s update doesn’t seem like a big one, it does bring some small changes. For example, the Apple News app now has a tab dedicated to the My Sports feature.Expand Expanding Close
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At BETT 2023, Google previewed a handful of education features coming to Chromebooks this year. Notably, ChromeOS and the Chrome desktop browser are getting a Reading Mode.Expand Expanding Close
Following the release of the first iOS 16.5 beta to developers, Apple on Tuesday announced new requirements for developers submitting their apps to the App Store. Starting next month, Apple will require that every app must be built with Xcode 14.1 or later to ensure compatibility with iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and macOS Ventura.Expand Expanding Close
Twelve South’s BookBook cover may very well be one of the brand’s most iconic releases of all-time, and today the company is bringing those signature stylings to Apple’s latest iPad form-factor. The new 10th Gen iPad hit the scene last fall with a refreshed 10.9-inch screen and landscape-first build, and now Twelve South is wrapping it in a protective leather cover thanks to the new BookBook 10th Gen iPad case.Expand Expanding Close
Apple’s out with a new watchOS beta for Apple Watch users and developers. watchOS 9.5 is rolling out now, and it comes as we inch closer to the launch of watchOS 10 in just a few months.Expand Expanding Close
Microsoft has announced the latest way it’s integrating OpenAI’s GPT-4 into its services and software. With a fresh app called Security Copilot, Microsoft believes leveraging GPT-4’s AI will usher in “the new era of security” by helping infosec professionals save time, simplify the complex, catch what others miss, and address the talent gap.Expand Expanding Close
We’re back with the Tuesday edition of today’s best deals, all provided by the folks over at 9to5Toys. This time around we’re tracking the best value yet on Apple’s 14-inch M1 Pro MacBook Pro, as it hits $1,440. Satechi is also ringing in spring with a new sitewide Apple accessory sale at 20% off to join a markdown on DJI’s OM 5 iPhone gimbal at $130. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.Expand Expanding Close
Apple has announced that its long-awaited Apple Pay Later financing service will begin rolling out today. At launch, Apple says that it will “begin inviting select users to access a prerelease version of Apple Pay Later.” It will launch to “all eligible users in the coming months” in the United States.Expand Expanding Close
Late last year, Philips Hue Matter support was said to be coming “by March 2023.” With just a few days left before that deadline, the company has now said that the release date has been put back to an unspecified time.
It’s the latest delay to hit the industry-wide Matter standard, which was itself pushed back from a planned 2020 launch to late 2022 …Expand Expanding Close
Security researchers have identified a new piece of Mac malware, which they’ve dubbed MacStealer. The malware extracts your iCloud passwords, a wide variety of files, and credit card details stored in browsers.
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Eve announces Matter firmware upgrades are coming on April 17 for a more reliable HomeKit experience
Eve has been at the forefront of the Matter upgrades for its products, and today, it has announced the release of its latest line of out-of-the-box Matter-enabled devices. Customers can now purchase the Eve Energy smart plug for North America, Europe, and the United Kingdom, while the Eve Motion and Eve Door & Window sensors will be available on April 17. Existing users of the latest HomeKit and Thread-enabled models of Eve Energy, Eve Motion, and Eve Door & Window can also upgrade their devices to Matter for free via the Eve app for iPhone and iPad starting April 17.Expand Expanding Close
A union has alleged that five Apple Store workers were illegally fired, in retaliation for their union-related activities. Formal charges have been filed with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) – which are in addition to those already filed against Apple for other forms of union-busting.
The Communications Workers of America says that while the official reasons for the firing were attendance-related, this was simply a pretext. In one example, a union activist was subjected to disciplinary proceedings for being an average of one minute late on three occasions …Expand Expanding Close