Topic: apple

Apple’s WWDC 2021: Xcode Cloud, AR updates, and Swift concurrency support

Apple announced a number of newly available APIs for developers, updates to the programming language Swift, App Store enhancements and new software features at its online 2021 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2021) today.  “We’re thrilled to provide our developer community with powerful new tools and technologies to help create even more compelling and higher-quality apps, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Gremlin Automatic Service Discovery, WhiteHat Attack Surface Management, and Jamf’s same-day Apple OS support

Gremlin has added Automatic Service Discovery to its chaos engineering platform in an effort to help companies improve resilience and reduce downtime by identifying the various services running across distributed systems.  “The rise in popularity of microservices necessitate services functioning as first-class citizens. The infrastructure layer is becoming more abstract and engineers are increasingly thinking … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Docker Desktop available for Apple Silicon, GitHub Actions with GitHub CLI, and new Harness integrations

Docker Desktop is now supported for all devices using the Apple Silicon. Users can build and run images for both x86 and ARM architectures without having to set up a complex cross-compilation development environment. Docker Hub also makes it easy to identify and share repositories that provide multi-platform images.  Additional details are available here. GitHub … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces SharePoint Workflow transformation to Power Automate, Apple preps developers forStrong Customer Authentication, Prime and Synerzip merge

The new SharePoint Workflow transformation to Power Automate workshop focuses on workflow assessment and migration guidance to Power Automate in a discovery and hands-on learning event.  This follows the announcement of the retirement of SharePoint 2010 workflows earlier this year Microsoft also stated that 2013 Workflows will eventually follow a similar retirement path.  After attending … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apple App Store privacy labels, Nexus 1.0 released, and the SensiML analytics community edition toolkit

Apple’s privacy labels for apps in the App Store are now live. According to the company, users will be able to better understand an app’s privacy practices before downloading it.  The information must provide what type of data types an app collects, and whether that data is then used to track them. Developers can update … continue reading

Apple to reduce commission for small businesses with new App Store program

Apple announced a new program designed to reduce app store commission 15% for small businesses earning up to $1 million per year.  The new App Store Small Business Program will benefit the vast majority of developers who sell digital goods and services on the store, providing them with a reduced commission on paid apps and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apple to require developers to enter app privacy information in App Store Connect, Android’s mobile driving license, and Visual Studio Code 1.51

Apple announced that later this year users will be able to learn about some of the data types that certain apps collect, and whether that data is linked to them or used to track them.  Starting on December 8th, developers will be required to summit this information when they add new apps and app updates … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Swift System

The Swift programming language team has announced its library for idiomatic interfaces is now open source. Swift System was first introduced in June for Apple platforms. It provides idiomatic interfaces to system calls and low-level types. As part of the announcement, it now includes Linux support.  “Most operating systems today support some flavor of system … continue reading

Apple launches Security Research Device Program

Apple launched the Security Research Device (SRD) Program this week to help improve security for iOS users and to bring more researchers to the iPhone.  It features an iPhone dedicated exclusively to security research, with unique code execution and containment policies. According to Apple, it is not meant for personal use or daily carry, and … continue reading

Apple WWDC 20: Custom processor for Macs, new privacy requirements, and annual software updates

Today, Apple’s virtual WWDC 20 keynote event revealed that all Apple Macs launching after 2022 will be powered by a custom processor as well as other incremental updates to its software lineup. “At Apple, integrating hardware and software is fundamental to everything we do…and silicon is at the heart of our hardware,” Tim Cook, CEO … continue reading

Apple App Store saw $519 billion in billing and sales last year

A new report has revealed the Apple App Store ecosystem facilitated $519 billion in billings and sales globally last year. The Apple AppStore ecosystem report was conducted by independent researchers at Analysis Group. According to the report, the highest value categories were mobile commerce (m-commerce) apps, digital goods and services apps, and in-app advertising. “As … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MemSQL 7.1, Apple releases password resources and the IBM FHE toolkit

MemSQL 7.1 is now available on MemSQL Helios, the company’s elastic cloud database. This release improves support for OLTP-style (highly-selective) queries on columnstores, high availability, and disaster recovery. It also delivers improved resilience features to further strengthen MemSQL for mission-critical applications providing transaction processing, operational analytics, and more.  “The MemSQL 7.1 release delivers a big … continue reading

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