Apple is on a roll with its third iOS 11 update in three weeks — iOS 11.0.3 fixes audio and haptic issues with the iPhone 7. Adam Engst offers a preview of the upcoming MacTech Conference, where he and Tonya Engst will be teaching a workshop on content strategies for IT pros. Bare Bones Software has released BBEdit 12, with a modernized code base and exciting new features like columnar data manipulation. Finally, Josh Centers reports on the just-released Movies Anywhere service, which syncs movie purchases from top studios to popular digital platforms, and he examines five new features of the Notes app in iOS 11. Notable software releases this week include Microsoft Office 2016 15.39, Live Home 3D 3.3, Coda 2.6.8, SoundSource 3.0.2, 1Password 6.8.3, Parallels Desktop 13.1, PopChar X 8.2, and ChronoSync 4.8.2.
Apple has released the third iOS 11 update in three weeks to address iPhone 7 audio and haptic feedback issues.
MacTech has announced that the MacTech Conference keynote will be given by well-known programmer and security researcher Trammell Hudson, who is known for numerous reverse-engineering exploits. Also, Adam and Tonya Engst will be teaching a half-day pre-conference workshop for IT pros and consultants on creating a compelling content strategy.
Bare Bones Software has released the most significant update to the BBEdit text editor since 2014, modernizing much of the app’s underlying code and adding compelling features like the capability to manipulate columnar data and a WebKit inspector in the Preview window.
The Disney Movies Anywhere service has now expanded to four more studios, so you can now watch more of your iTunes movie purchases on non-Apple devices. And there’s more.
“Take Control of iOS 11” author Josh Centers walks you through what’s new in Notes under iOS 11, including inline sketching, new formatting options, tables, pinned notes, and a decent document scanner.
Notable software releases this week include Microsoft Office 2016 15.39, Live Home 3D 3.3, Coda 2.6.8, SoundSource 3.0.2, 1Password 6.8.3, Parallels Desktop 13.1, PopChar X 8.2, and ChronoSync 4.8.2.
In ExtraBITS this week, Apple has already patched the WPA2 KRACK vulnerability in its operating system betas and is offering free MacBook Pro battery repairs for select models if you’re willing to wait a month, iFixit’s CEO explains why repairs are good for the economy, and we have two articles about how some smartphone and social media pioneers are having second thoughts about their creations.