Mophie is soon set to introduce the first ever Qi-certifed wireless charging case for iPhone X. According to a pair of unpublished listings on AT&T’s website, Mophie is prepping its Juice Pack Air charging case for the iPhone X in both red and blue…
Apple originally announced its AirPower wireless charging back in September, alongside the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, teasing a 2018 launch. We’re now four months into 2018, and as Zac outlined yesterday, AirPower has yet to hit the market.
One remaining question about AirPower is how much it will cost…
Apple has released new beta versions of iOS, watchOS, and tvOS for developers to test. iOS 11.2.5, watchOS 4.2.2, and tvOS 11.2.5 beta 2 are all available now. We’ll update to the latest versions and note any changes below.
The latest betas follow the official release of iOS 11.2.1 and tvOS 11.2.1 for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Curiously, we haven’t seen version numbers in between the official release and the beta release (so maybe these are placeholder numbers pending additional bug fix updates).
As far as changes, based on the version numbers, we expect these to focus on bug fix and security improvements. We’re also seeing early signs of AirPlay 2 return.
While these betas are available for developer testing, we’re also seeing the second HomePod 11.2.5 beta on the server as well although the smart speaker won’t be released until early next year.
Whatever the software version number ends up being, this will likely be the release that’s timed with the HomePod debut.
iOS Notes and Known Issues
- Continuing from a breakpoint while debugging an ARSession no longer results in VIO breaking. Visual objects placed in the world/anchor are now visible. (31561202)
Currently featured by Apple on the Mac App Store, popular logo and vector graphics creation app Logoist is getting a big update with version 3. To celebrate the launch, developer Synium Software is offering 50% off for a short time.
Get Logoist 3 for 50% off on the Mac App Store for a limited time.
Logoist 3 is a full-fledged vector graphics workstation for creating custom imagery like logos, business cards, and other vector graphics, but it’s designed to be approachable for beginners while packing in enough to also satisfy professional graphic designers and illustrators. The latest release includes a ton of new features, including a brand new UI, Touch Bar support, under the hood enhancements such as Metal 2, and much more.
Head below for a look at what’s new in Logoist 3…