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Apple: Opening up NFC chip would ‘fundamentally diminish’ security

As Australian financial institutions are resisting to adopt Apple Pay, Apple has now made a formal complaint to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. The company says Australia’s three largest banks have formed a monopolistic cartel, dictating the payment methods customers are allowed to use. Apple has also rejected the banks request to…

Apple seeds macOS 10.12 beta 5 to developers

Along with other betas going out today, Apple has seeded its fifth beta of macOS 10.12 to developers. MacOS 10.12 Sierra packs some relatively major features such as Auto Unlock via Apple Watch, Apple Pay via iPhone, and Siri finally makes it debut on the Mac. The update is currently now available for developers only.  It’s not recommended to install…

Apple seeds tvOS 10 beta 5 to developers

Alongside various other betas, today Apple seeds its fifth tvOS 10 beta to developers. TvOS 10 brings some notable changes to the platform such as single sign-on and a dark mode. It’s highly not recommended to run this beta as it may cause problems with your Apple TV down the road. However, to proceed: head to Apple’s Developer portal and download…

Apple seeds watchOS 3 beta 5 to developers

Alongside various other betas, Apple is chugging along now releasing watchOS 3 beta 5 to developers. Some notable feature enhancements in watchOS 3 include instant apps, a dock and overall speed improvements. If you’re a developer and want to get it yourself, you can get it from the Developer Portal. If you’re already on the beta, go ahead and…

Apple seeds iOS 10 beta 5 to developers

Apple has seeded iOS 10 beta 5 to its developers today, about a week since the fourth beta. iOS 10 beta 5 is now available for download via Apple’s Developer Center. Apple has yet to release a new public beta. Some notable features include a redesigned lock screen, Control Center, and a Siri SDK. It is highly unrecommended to run this beta on your…

Foxconn developing glass casing for potential 2017 iPhone

Nikkei reports that the 2017 iPhone will be switching back to an all glass body from the current all aluminum casing. Foxconn Technology Group is developing a glass casing for smartphones as its key client Apple Inc. is said to be revamping the iPhone, people familiar with the developments say. Apple is expected to redesign the iPhone, including giving…