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June

Updates from Apple WWDC 2016 – OS X is now macOS

Posted on June 15, 2016 by Ketan Raval

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The year 2016 has started off quite well for Apple Inc. in the way they have already launched some of new products and few are in the pipeline. Soon after the Google IO 2016 ended, Apple was ready to taken on its arch rival at Apple WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2016. At WWDC, Apple showcases […]

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June

Apple making changes in App Store features

Posted on June 13, 2016 by Ketan Raval

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It was long apple has kept itself aways from this kind of search based revenue model by advertisement but emerging times need new strategies to increase inflows. Apple is seeking to boost its revenue from its services because iPhone sales are more or less becoming static and iPad has lost its charm after the launch […]

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May

First Meet of Apple Developers Club at LetsNurture

Posted on May 10, 2016 by Ketan Raval

1.2 K views

About the Apple Developers Club Apple Developers Club (ADC) is formed to engage Apple Developers, fanboys, and enthusiasts. Apple technologies include iPhone & iPad Development & OS X (Mac) Development. ADC aims to become a place dedicated to developer related communication & exchange of new development practices. About the Event It was first of its […]

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April

Products Expected from Apple in 2016

Posted on April 8, 2016 by Ketan Raval

1.19 K views

No doubt, Apple is the most loved and trusted brand in the consumer technology sector, it has earned this value by making great customer oriented products with a niche of its. Every product of Apple creates lot of buzz in the market. While most of the people are waiting to buy the device that has […]

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June

Apple’s SWIFT is an Open Source now!

Posted on June 15, 2015 by Lets Nurture

2.12 K views

At last year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled a new programming language called Swift. This year it announced that this very program will be available in open source with a new version. Now this is a thing of joy for developers; a chance for the coders to enhance their creativity even more. Swift will also be […]

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June

Is Apple Watch going to make music streaming service fascinating?

Posted on June 14, 2015 by Lets Nurture

2.14 K views

At last Apple revealed its music streaming service called “Apple Music” at WWDC. With iTunes and iPod the company already has a connection with the music; however this announcement sounds like a declaration of war on pandora and spotify.  “We’ve had a long relationship with music,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook. “And music has had […]

11
June

Apple Grants The Access of Touch Id to Third-Party App Developers

Posted on June 11, 2014 by Lets Nurture

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With the launch of iPhone 5S, Apple has integrated one of their significantly critical patents to provide additional security to the iPhone users. The iPhone 5S, is equipped with Touch ID sensor which allows the users unlock their iPhones and complete the purchases in Apple App Store & iTunes, using their fingerprint. This obviously demand […]

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June

Smart Home Application Development Using iOS8 HomeKit

Posted on June 9, 2014 by Lets Nurture

3.24 K views

After the iBeacon at WWDC 2013, another feature to cover the extended network to automated lifestyle, Apple introduced the HomeKit API – at this year’s developers’ conference. If iBeacon is the answer to leverage external network of the iPhone user, HomeKit is a similar (But Software) extravaganza to control Home Network. In any case, smart […]

6
June

iOS8 – Apple’s First Step to Flexibility & Leap Towards New Age of SmartPhones

Posted on June 6, 2014 by Lets Nurture

3.32 K views

Apple thrives on customer base addicted to their Premium Features and loses significant number with their rigidity. But this year at their World Wide Developer Conference, the No 2 ranked SmartPhone Manufacturer announced a clear strategy to challenge Google’s Android & Samsung Electronics. This year, there have been no announcements of new iPhone or extended […]

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April

Apple Push Notification Service Not Working? Try Changing Firewall Settings

Posted on April 15, 2014 by Lets Nurture

3.43 K views

Apple Push Notification service (APNs) is a simple, efficient and high capacity transport service that is at the core of the push notifications feature. The service helps in transmitting messages or push notifications to iOS and OS X devices. These devices receive notifications over a persistent connection by establishing encrypted and accredited IP connections with […]

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