Apple today announced a new collaboration between its Apple Developer Academies in Brazil and the Malala Fund to further advance education opportunities for girls.
Apple became the Malala Fund’s first Laureate partner in January 2018. The Malala Fund, led by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, advocates for quality education and equal opportunity for girls around the world.
Apple CEO Tim Cook with Malala Yousafzai and students in Beirut, Lebanon Through its expanded partnership with Apple, the Malala Fund will „harness the creativity and ingenuity“ of Apple Developer Academy students and alumni in Brazil, providing them with the [...]
One week after Apple seeded the third beta of an upcoming macOS Mojave update to developers, Apple last night released a revised update for the software, fixing an issue where Feedback Assistant would unexpectedly quit for some users.
Apple appears to already have fixed the issue ahead of the second public beta release for macOS Mojave, which hit last Friday, and is now issuing the fix to developers newly downloading the update. Additionally, Apple is offering the revised version to developers who previously installed the original third beta version of macOS Mojave.
The Feedback Assistant app comes built-in with iOS and macOS beta programs, and allows public [...]
Rogue Amoeba developer Quentin Carnicelli, who works on Mac software like Airfoil, Audio Highjack, Loopback, and Fission, this week penned a critique of Apple’s Mac lineup and the company’s recent lack of Mac updates, and that missive has been gaining some attention from Mac fans.
Using MacRumors‚ own Buyer’s Guide, Carnicelli points out that it’s been more than a year since any Mac, with the exception of the iMac Pro, has been updated.
It’s been 375 days, for example, since the iMac, MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air machines were last updated, and it’s been 437 days since the Mac Pro saw the price drop Apple [...]
Apple appears to have temporarily pulled the first watchOS 5 beta from its website after some users reported cases of the software bricking Apple Watch devices.
Several users on the MacRumors forums and over on Reddit have expressed problems trying to get the software onto their devices, with freezes reportedly occurring during the installation phase, particularly on Apple Watch Series 2 models.
Apple has obviously deemed the issues to be sufficiently widespread for it to take action. As such, developers accessing Apple’s beta software download portal are currently unable to get a download link and are instead met with the following message: