Netgear today announced the „Orbi Tri-Band Wi-Fi Cable Modem Router System,“ an all-new 2-in-1 device designed to replace an existing cable modem and router setup. The system covers up to 4,000 square feet, and sold-separately Orbi Satellites can expand coverage by an additional 2,000 square feet each.
The new Orbi is compatible with all major cable internet service providers, and Netgear pointed out that it’s designed to work „right out of the box“ for Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox, and more. This is Orbi’s first product that combines its Wi-Fi mesh networking abilities with a modem.
If users don’t own their modem, many ISPs [...]
Apple today informed developers that starting in July of 2018, all app updates submitted to the iOS App Store must be built with the iOS 11 SDK and must offer support for the iPhone X’s taller display.
Introduced in back in September, the iOS 11 SDK includes new technologies for app developers like Core ML, ARKit, revamped camera APIs, additional SiriKit domains, drag and drop features for the iPad, and more.
Going forward, iOS apps will need to adopt these technologies, and more importantly, Apple will be forcing developers who have not yet implemented support for the new display of the iPhone X to do so. While most major apps have added support for the [...]
Apple Store employees will celebrate Earth Day by again wearing green shirts instead of traditional navy blue for the next few weeks.
Apple’s retail chief Angela Ahrendts with employees ahead of Earth Day in 2017 Apple has already provided many of its retail employees with the new uniform, which they will begin wearing as early as Friday, April 13 in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and other countries, according to a reliable source. The new shirts will likely be worn at least through Earth Day on Sunday, April 22.
A tipster who asked to be identified as The Apple Post informant today sent us photos of what appears to be the new uniform items. [...]
Apple today reminded developers about upcoming changes being made to the Mac App Store. Starting on June 1, all new app updates submitted to the Mac App Store must support 64-bit.
Apple already requires new apps submitted to the Mac App Store to offer 64-bit support, a change that went into effect in January of 2018, so this upcoming policy shift will only affect older apps that have not yet implemented 64-bit support.
Along with the warning to developers, Apple says customers who are running the latest macOS 10.13.4 update will begin receiving warning messages when launching a 32-bit app for the first time to let them know that the app is not optimized for their [...]