10 Juin 2016
1. Apple Swift Programming Language for Developers
As some developers – both novice and veterans alike – have been looking around a perfect platform to develop applications for Apple's Mac OS X and iOS platforms, Apple introduced Swift programming language in WWDC 2014, now allowing the developers to write or develop applications for Mac OS X and iOS devices. And in the last WWDC 2015, it got its updated edition Swift 2, which promises more efficiency and powerful technology to help the developers.
It must be good news for the developers who look forward to writing iOS applications in the contemporary syntax. In a meanwhile, the upcoming WWDC 2016 scheduled to be held on 13 June is about to introduce an important update to the programming language. Read more at http://appletechsupport.wikidot.com/blog:1
2. Apple App on iTunes Metadata Ability to Set as Hideable
Similar to other operating systems, iOS is shipped with a bundle of Apple applications that may no longer be a frequently-used application in several ways. And they do also occupy a considerable space on the home screen of Apple iTunes devices. Until now, you had no option rather than seeing them on the home screen.
But soon, the Apple users can now hide all those applications that have been occupying a considerable space on their iOS devices for years. According to the new codes uncovered in iTunes metadata, an iOS device might, almost immediately, allow the iOS users to avail of an option to put some native applications out of sight in the iOS devices. Read more at http://appletech.hatenablog.com/entry/2016/06/10/150300
3. Learn How to Force Open Any File in Mac OS X
In most cases, you may have come across some error messages when you try to open a particular file on your Mac OS X operating system. And it looks almost impossible to open the file extension, whereas you duly understand that the file that you want to open is well compatible with the Mac application.
But you must not get dismayed in such conditions as there is a way out to help you find an instant solution to help you open a particular file extension on OS X. In any condition, if you want to open a file forcefully, it is very much feasible with the help of some reliable methods. Read more at http://apple-support.applehelp.support/force-open-mac-os-x-file-when-unable-to-open/