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iPhone user guide reveals iOS 12.1 update will add Group FaceTime, dual-SIM support
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iPhone user guide reveals iOS 12.1 update will add Group FaceTime, dual-SIM support

The revised 'iPhone User Guide for iOS 12.1, indicates Group FaceTime, dual-SIM on the new iPhones.

Apple to announce new NFC capabilities of the iPhone with the launch of iOS 12 at WWDC: Report
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Apple to announce new NFC capabilities of the iPhone with the launch of iOS 12 at WWDC: Report

Since Apple first launched NFC-capable devices iPhone 6 and 6s in 2014, its implementation of NFC has been primarily restricted to Apple Pay transactions.

Amazon to launch a revamped version of its Echo speakers to compete with Apple's HomePod
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Amazon to launch a revamped version of its Echo speakers to compete with Apple's HomePod

Aiming to regain the top spot in smart speaker space, Amazon is reportedly working on a new flagship Echo speaker that will be slimmer and better.

Apple launches sixth beta version of iOS and MacOS Seirra
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Apple launches sixth beta version of iOS and MacOS Seirra

A week after the last set of releases, Apple has launched the sixth beta versions of iOS 10.3.3 and mac-OS Sierra 10.12.6.

WWDC 2017: Apple iOS 11's 'Smart Invert' feature is as good as a 'dark mode'
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WWDC 2017: Apple iOS 11's 'Smart Invert' feature is as good as a 'dark mode'

The new Smart Invert feature inverts the light system colours to black, with dark UI elements remaining unchanged.

Apple has shelled out more than $70 billion to app developers since launching the App Store in 2008
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Apple has shelled out more than $70 billion to app developers since launching the App Store in 2008

Apple said downloads have grown over 70 percent over the past 12 months, fueled by hit games like Pokemon Go and Super Mario Run.

Apple will only accept native watchOS apps starting 1 June
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Apple will only accept native watchOS apps starting 1 June

Apple announced a new rule for developers, which will permit them to only build apps that have the ability to access the internet over WiFi and not just a local iPhone.

WWDC 2015: Apple to reveal new tool kit for Watch app developers
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WWDC 2015: Apple to reveal new tool kit for Watch app developers

Next week, Apple will begin its Worldwide Developers Conference, where it is expected to release new tools for software developers to create smarter apps for its latest Apple Watch.

Apple Maps may soon be available on Android and other platforms
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Apple Maps may soon be available on Android and other platforms

Apple may be working towards getting its popular Apple Maps service to other platforms such as Android.

Apple's HomeKit arrives with first five products
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Apple's HomeKit arrives with first five products

HomeKit, a connected home platform from Apple, now has its first wave of supporting products available for purchase. Lighting, window shades, heating and air conditioning, and power outlets are among the functions that can be controlled via a Home app.

Selfie sticks will not be allowed at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference
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Selfie sticks will not be allowed at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference

No selfie sticks would be allowed at the Worldwide Developers Conference, 2015, Apple announced in the new rules for the event. The attendees wouldn't be allowed to use selfie sticks or any other kind of photo monopod within the bounds of either Moscone West or Yerba Buena Gardens.

Apple plans to launch first-ever public beta with iOS 8.3 in March
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Apple plans to launch first-ever public beta with iOS 8.3 in March

Apple plans to launch its first-ever public beta program for its updated iOS.