Apple didn’t say much about the Apple TV at this year’s WWDC keynote, but tvOS 11 is indeed on the way. “Take Control of Apple TV” author Josh Centers tells you what to expect later this year. Josh also takes a look at the Elgato Eve Room, a HomeKit-compatible sensor that tracks temperature, relative humidity, and air quality. He walks you through how to use it to automate a dehumidifier, a process that you could extend to other appliances like fans and heaters. Finally, Adam Engst reports on Tim Cook’s recent reveal that Apple is working on an autonomous driving system and explores what that may mean for the automotive world and the long-rumored Apple Car. Notable software releases this week include Tinderbox 7.1, Microsoft Office 2016 15.35 and Office 2011 14.7.5, OmniFocus 2.10, BBEdit 11.6.7, PopChar X 8.0, and Pages 6.2, Numbers 4.2, and Keynote 7.2 for Mac.
Despite no mention during the WWDC keynote, tvOS 11 is on the way. Just don’t get your hopes up.
The Elgato Eve Room is a HomeKit-compatible device that monitors air quality, relative humidity, and temperature in a room. Josh Centers shows you how you can use its data to control your appliances.
Tim Cook unexpectedly revealed that Apple is working on autonomous systems for self-driving cars. Rumors surrounding Apple’s Project Titan car team have been swirling since 2014, but Cook’s statement in a Bloomberg Technology interview was the first public statement that Apple has made about its plans in this space. Adam Engst summarizes what Apple has done so far and ponders what Apple’s announcement might mean.
Notable software releases this week include Tinderbox 7.1, Microsoft Office 2016 15.35 and Office 2011 14.7.5, OmniFocus 2.10, BBEdit 11.6.7, PopChar X 8.0, and Pages 6.2, Numbers 4.2, and Keynote 7.2 for Mac.
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