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iOS 18: Everything we know about the next big iPhone update

iOS 18: Everything we know about the next big iPhone update

Skip to content Image: Foundry Every year, Apple announces the new version of iOS at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. It then enters a beta testing phones (first for developers only, then for the public) before being released in September, around the time the new iPhones go on sale. We don’t expect the process...

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visionOS 1.1 beta 2 is now available

visionOS 1.1 beta 2 is now available

Image: Foundry Apple Vision Pro is so fresh we don’t even have our review done yet. But Apple is wasting no time going from the version of visionOS that comes with the device (already updated to 1.02) to the next significant revision. We expect visionOS 1.1 to include features primarily aimed at app developers, though...

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Unleash your inner developer with this Microsoft Visual Studio & learn-to-code bundle, now $64.99

Unleash your inner developer with this Microsoft Visual Studio & learn-to-code bundle, now $64.99

We may earn revenue from the products available on this page and participate in affiliate programs. Learn more › Are you dreaming of building sleek apps, creating complex websites, or diving into the world of data science? The path to programming might seem daunting, but the Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2022 and The 2024 Premium...

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Astrolab Vision of Moonbase Using Its Moon Rover

Astrolab Vision of Moonbase Using Its Moon Rover

Home » Science » Astrolab Vision of Moonbase Using Its Moon Rover Astrolab’s Flexible Logistics and Exploration (FLEX) rover is built to enhance Lunar and planetary mobility. In November, 2023, Lunar rover developer Astrolab announced eight customers have signed contracts worth more than $160 million for its first mission to the moon in 2026. They...

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Report claims Apple will still control and tax sideloaded apps

Report claims Apple will still control and tax sideloaded apps

Image: Petter Ahrnstedt Software developers may soon be able to offer iPhone apps for download outside Apple’s official App Store, a process known as sideloading. But hopes that this will enable them to escape the company’s tight controls and substantial fees are fading. Apple currently plans to allow sideloading of apps on its hardware products...

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Some major apps won’t be available on Vision Pro

Some major apps won’t be available on Vision Pro

Image: Apple As a wise man once shrieked, “Developers, developers, developers.” A platform lives and dies according to the quality of its third-party software ecosystem. With this in mind, things are looking grim for Vision Pro, Apple’s imminently launching mixed-reality headset, after it this week emerged that several of the biggest apps for iPhone, Mac,...