iOS 17.1 beta: Das plant Apple für das iPhone im Spätherbst
Nach Veröffentlichung der neuen Hauptversion kündigt sich das erste große Update des iPhone-Betriebssystems an. Was in Beta 1 von iOS 17.1 enthalten ist.
Wired: The Top New Features in macOS Sonoma: How to Download, Compatible Macs https://www.wired.com/story/apple-macos-sonoma-features/ #Tech #wired #TechNews #IT #Technology via @morganeogerbc #Gear/Products/Computers #Gear/HowToandAdvice #operatingsystems #software #BigApple #macbook #how-to #apple #macos #Gear #WWDC #Mac
macOS 14.0 – Sonoma ist da mit Widgets, Game-Mode und mehr!
Apple hat wie angekündigt am Dienstag die neueste Version seines Betriebssystems macOS 14 mit dem Codenamen Sonoma veröffentlicht.
Vorgestellt hatte der Konzern das neue System wie inzwischen üblich auf der Entwickler:innen-Konferenz WWD
#Feature #Mac #Games #MacOSSonoma #Profile #Release #Safari #Update #Upgrade #Widgets #WWDC
#iOS Devs: I could have sworn there was a very old #wwdc video that summarized how a pixel gets to the screen, including discussion about touch event delivery, and CoreAnimation commit/layout/render cycles, and how to visualize them on Instruments. I can’t seem to find it any more. Does anyone know what I’m talking about?
If memory serves I need to derive a .pem file from a .crt. But when exporting the .crt as a .pem from keychain it’s missing the wwdc (certificate authority not #wwdc) header. I can’t quite remember how to get it signed correctly.
Why can they never make it easy
Did Apple ever mention this DI tool that seems able to be used outside of SwiftUI.View in WWDC23?
I am curious why defined it in App Intents
#WWDC is tomorrow, huh? The last WWDC I cared about was with macOS Catalina and iOS 13 🙃
One more day, y’all. I can easily keep my 14 Pro Max and Ultra for another year but we’ll see what tomorrow brings. If it’s too tempting I might upgrade. We’ll see! #WWDC
Respectfully, and with reasonable belief neither of us has a uterus? – that is for women to decide.
I’ve been following period tracking apps since they were introduced. Only time I heard a cheer in the room was at the #Apple #WWDC when they introduced theirs - #privacy centric and protective from the get go.
I’ve also implemented an #AppClip advanced experience for extremely efficient responses straight from the QR code. The question is whether or not my in-app purchase strategy for stickers will actually pass App Store review. In discussions with the Apple team during #wwdc we came up with a strategy that may pass, but that doesn’t mean I’m very confident in it.
SwiftUIでTipKitを使用してユーザーにヒントを表示（iOS 17、WWDC 2023）
(English. Using TipKit in SwiftUI) https://blog.mszpro.com/ios17-tipkit-swiftui/
Is anyone else having this problem on #iOS17, which makes it so the battery isn’t completely charged when you wake up?
It seems to stop being charged at 70%, and it only goes back to charging at the time I wake up (probably when my first alarm goes off or when I unlock it for the 1st time). I disabled Optimized Charging because of this some weeks ago, but the problem persists!
The problem doesn’t happen every day, but it happens a lot (checking my BatLog, it seems to happen every other day with some exceptions (sometimes happening for two days, sometimes not happening for two)). Also, I used a fast charger on a short period of like 4 days and the problem did not happen, so either I was lucky or this only happens with non-fast chargers.
I was still trying to get a more consistent idea of what was happening before filling a bug report, but I’ll fill one today.
I have gotta say, this year’s #wwdc was my first one as a rookie wannabe #indiedev and it has been quite a rollercoaster.
- Got to release a first version of a very simple app just before dub dub.
- Followed the announcement at #wwdc2023 with the dev eyes this time and felt so overwhelmed with all the things presented I had to step away from my projects for some time.
- I then came back to it and worked on small improvements, one step at a time.
What did I (re)discover? Learning is (1/2)
There are other examples. One I came across with a couple months ago was using hashtags to keep up with news out of Apple’s developer’s conference.
(Almost) Every WWDC videos download links for aria2c. https://gist.github.com/IsaacXen/874c59aec92a13f30728aecdabb9ea80 #WWDC
Watching some #WWDC videos and it strikes me as developing apps for Apple's platforms just gets more and more complex, and honestly I grew tired of keeping up with the constant changes to Swift especially.
I'll definitely go back to developing an iOS app at some point but right now it feels like a good vacation to be doing something else this entire year so far.
Only problem of doing SvelteKit and Django in my day job: now my side project (using the same stack) feels like normal work 😅
I'm releasing a major update to @PleaseDontRain on Sticky Widgets day (also known as Monday).
I made significant changes to the UI based on feedback I got from a design lab at WWDC. I thought that it would be fun to make a blog post describing their feedback and how I adjusted the app.
There's also a big jump in the number of images (and quality) as well as the ability to select themes!
I’m stuck trying to follow the example from the #WWDC video that talks about them. When trying them in a brand new Xcode project it crashes with the error as soon as I launch the app with the migration:
SwiftData/ModelContext.swift:179: Fatal error: Container does not have any data stores
Here’s my post in the Dev Forums: https://developer.apple.com/forums/thread/733818
Why am I just now discovering the Updates section of the Apple Developer documentation site? Besides all the release notes, it has lists with brief descriptions of all things new grouped by #WWDC year or tech area such as #SwiftUI, #Xcode, etc. It’s so much easier to parse than the release notes and not tied to any specific platform either. I just discovered a ton of new SwiftUI features that I didn't hear mentioned in the WWDC videos or even the dev blogs so far! https://developer.apple.com/documentation/updates
More thoughts on this: #Apple will use their internal development towards #LLM’s and #AppleGPT will funnel into future OS updates and apps. In fact, it probably already has, to some degree. While not a lot of this years #WWDC included the words “#AI” there were signs of its use in nearly every product category. This will all stay separate from their use of an internal #ChatGPT-like product for employee use. @9to5Mac has a good writeup on this as well:
I’m impressed with the folks still going through all the #wwdc videos. I generally watch the most interesting ones immediately then cycle back later as needed. I’m not sure I could retain enough if I attempted a complete viewing. No judgment intended.
WWDC 2023 Accessibility Goodies for Developers https://www.deque.com/blog/wwdc-2023-accessibility-goodies-for-developers/ #xCode #a11y #wwdc
New video out, today we're talking about why the Apple Vision Pro is dangerous!:
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S3E30: The Tock after the Tick! 💡
We discuss the aftermath of WWDC, the Vision Pro (of course), telepresence in video calls via personas, and app tracking transparency.
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Just pledged for these #WWDC pins on Kickstarter. They look super cute. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/straton/apple-wwdc-2023-pin-set
The long wait is over! Our #WWDC bumper episode is exporting as I type this!
Thanks for all your patience, watch this space tomorrow morning!
For those with experience getting Feedbacks addressed and/or responded to...
If a SwiftUI bug you found in iOS 16 seems to have persisted in iOS 17, is it better to “Add More Information” to an existing Feedback, or is it better to create a completely brand new Feedback specific to the new iOS release?
Hoping to see this fixed before iOS 17 ships.
(FB12145152 for any Apple engineers who might be curious…)
In macOS Sonoma Beta 2, they updated the app icon to the new Print Center app and they also updated the UI. It used to be far more... basic. The Beta 1 app icon looked just like the VoiceOver Utility app icon but with a printer symbol instead.
Original Toot: https://mastodon.social/@marioguzman/110516509332991616
Apple’s answer for designers working on SwiftUI apps is "learn to code".
While we believe it's very advantageous for designers to understand code and the platforms they are designing for, we don’t think they need to start there. Visual build tools like Judo can make code more approachable while still maintaining the purity of the underlying frameworks.
Apologies for the delay in our latest episode - turns out editing - nearly 4 hour recording is a lot more challenging!
Our #wwdc episode should be out by Friday.
yeah yeah yeah the Vision Pro is great but the greatest product of #WWDC (as every WWDC ever since 2020) is the new Coding Energy playlist.
My latest newsletter and podcast features an interview with the wonderful @aaronareed about his book "50 years of text games”, naturally I look at the latest AI news and concerns, WWDC, and is Digital nomadism over?
I missed this from earlier, but Apple also touted HDR photo standardization and implementation work at #WWDC. https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2023/102/?time=1822
Hahaha, Webkit's Squirrelfish logo makes an appearance in the Apple #WWDC video about Safari's new image format support. Used to illustrate the PNG format, not the new ones, JPEG XL and HEIF/HEIC, which is what the video is about. https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2023/10122/
There's plenty of time, and you can get to it. If you're busy with things like family, work, health, friends, or just doing nothing - that's fine.
You can't get left behind, so don't let the bloggers and big tooters make you feel stressed.
#wwdc is the Super Bowl for my team, but mixing my sports a bit, the summer is the tour with the Stanley Cup: We get to relive the energy and delight of WWDC over and over again as developers discover everything that’s in the releases. Not everything fits in Keynote and SOTU. :-)
Great to call out how Resident Evil Village runs on the M2 Max Studio, but also how, it’s now a two-year-old #game.
Hopefully that changes soon with Sonoma.
Wrote up my experience of in-person WWDC at Apple Park: https://samgrover.com/2023/06/12/wwdc-at-apple.html
(It's mostly photos 😄)
Just in case you all missed it during #wwdc, Snippets Studio 2.0 is finally released for macOS! (Available for iPadOS and iOS as well)
Super excited to finally get this out there! 😁
🚀 Boosts appreciated.
1. Breakthrough of bystanders occurs when they LOOK at you, not just walk by 👍
2. AR remains stable even on a moving plane, lacking a stable inertial frame of ref.
3. ALL #visionOS renders in the keynote were real, generated on-device, EVEN the 3rd-person ones (which were then composited with video of actors). (No foveation in the videos—must not be needed.)