Topic: ipad

SD Times news digest: Django 2.0 beta 1, Intel and Mobileye’s Responsibility Sensitive Safety model, and Apple and GE’s partnership

Developers can get an inside look at the upcoming Python web framework Django 2.0 with the latest beta release. The Django team announced the release of Django 2.0 beta 1. The framework enables users to build web apps quickly with less code. New features are expected to include: Python compatibility, third-party library support for older … continue reading

JIRA Cloud for iPad, Chromium’s WebAssembly plans, GitHub’s temporary interaction limits, and Qt 5.9 — SD Times news digest: May 31, 2017

Atlassian launched JIRA Cloud for iPhone a year ago, and today, it announced that the wait is over for JIRA Cloud for iPad. JIRA Cloud for iPad is available now, and it comes with mobile functionality, more spacious and contextual boards, a redesigned and split screen backlog view, and the ability to filter by team … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Apple has lost its way

OK, Apple, we get it. You want to converge your product lines into one iOS brand, with one operating system and only two or three lines of products: iPhones, iPads, and iDesktops. This is clearly the vision that Jobs was going for, and it’s an obvious goal on the road map to Apple’s future. Problem … continue reading

iOS 10 disrupts testing and development plans for software teams

The official iOS 10 release date was right on the heels of the new iPhone 7 launch, bringing new functionality and productivity features to its users. While there is some hesitation from users in adopting the new operating system, Apple’s milestone release is mainly shaping up to be quite a headache for developers and testers, … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Apple’s free coding classes are a sales engagement

Apple’s gotten into the game of teaching kids how to program. Last week at WWDC, the company announced Swift Playgrounds, along with the intention to teach programming classes at its Apple retail stores for free. And I’m here to tell you this is a terrible approach, a bad idea, and generally little more than a … continue reading

Analyst View: The anticipated birth of iGlass

There was an interesting note put out by Gene Munster, the financial analyst most famous for being very prophetic with regard to Apple. He argues that Apple’s moves toward virtual reality, mixed reality and a 3D interface show that it is planning to make the iPhone obsolete. Your iPhone isn’t at risk now, but we … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Apple’s three greatest exposures

This hasn’t been a great year for Apple. Their stock peaked in early February, and it has been declining ever since. The Apple Watch that was hoped would reverse this slide had no real material impact, iPads are now in decline, and they’ve recently tried to reinvigorate iPods in order to get some positive traction. … continue reading

SD Times Blog: How Apple’s 3D Touch changes UIs

Apple introduces a number of new products this week, but behind all of them was the new 3D Touch technology. This UI paradigm adds a number of tap-types to the users’ retinue of touches and gestures, but what does it mean for developers? Al Hilwa, program director for software development research at IDC, said, “3D … continue reading

Apple introduces iPad Pro

Tim Cook and Apple took over the Bill Graham Auditorium in downtown San Francisco this morning, using the venue to offer updates to the company’s platforms and product line. The keynote kicked off with some details on the Apple Watch. Third-party complications, those little snippets of info that display on the Watch, are now being … continue reading

iOS malware steals users’ data

A new iOS threat has been revealed that affects more than 225,000 Apple users. Researchers from WeipTech and Palo Alto Networks have the malware, dubbed KeyRaider, and detected thousands of Apple accounts and passwords that have already been stolen. “We believe this to be the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware,” wrote Claud … continue reading

Apple’s Swift gets major release

Apple is unveiling a new update to its programming language, Swift, alongside the release of Xcode 6.3 beta. According to the company, Xcode 6.3 comes with improvements to the Swift compiler and new features for the programming language. Swift has been gaining momentum in the developer community since Apple launched it in June 2014. According … continue reading

Apple and Ericsson take legal action over patent agreement

Apple and Ericsson’s fight over a patent agreement continues. Both companies have been arguing for about two years over patents and royalties since Apple’s global license agreement with Ericsson expired. Earlier this week, Apple filed a lawsuit in the United States District for the Northern District of California, asking the court to rule that it … continue reading

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