Apple has updated all of its operating systems with security updates and a few bug fixes, but no new features — we recommend holding off for a bit until early adopters have determined if there are likely to be any problems. Josh Centers took Walmart Pay for a spin and reports that it’s not as bad as you might think. While he was at Walmart, he also captured a Pidgey — if that’s confusing, never fear, since it was all part of his efforts to explain the Pokémon Go phenomenon that’s sweeping the world. Finally, Michael Cohen offers a first look at Scrivener for iOS — does the highly anticipated writing app live up to the hype? Notable software releases this week include iTunes 12.4.2, Microsoft Office 2016 15.24 and Office 2011 14.6.6, Airfoil 5.1.1, ClamXav 2.9, and LaunchBar 6.7.1.
Apple has updated all of its operating systems with security updates and unspecified bug fixes.
You might think that Walmart’s home-brew mobile payment system would be dreadful, but Josh Centers was pleasantly surprised by how well it works, despite some flaws.
One of the premiere tools for creative writers, Literature & Latte’s Scrivener, is breaking away from the desktop with a powerful mobile version.
Pokémon Go is the phenomenon of the summer, but what the heck is it? Josh Centers explains how the game works and why it’s causing some weird behavior.
Notable software releases this week include iTunes 12.4.2, Microsoft Office 2016 15.24 and Office 2011 14.6.6, Airfoil 5.1.1, ClamXav 2.9, and LaunchBar 6.7.1.
In ExtraBITS this week, Apple is clearing up the relationship between Apple Music and iTunes Match, Eddy Cue opens up to the Hollywood Reporter about the TV business, and Apple is casting developers for its upcoming reality show.