Apple Is Phasing Out 32-bit Apps For macOS From January 2018

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Virtual and augmented reality product company Marxent has been developing AR apps for Apple products for six years. Earlier, back in 2014, Apple launched its smart watch. This year's WWDC henceforth referred to as WWDC 2017 is now underway in San Jose, California, a city where it was last hosted back in 2002. In fact, it's a major reason we don't switch from the iPhone to Android.

This was perhaps the most surprising announcement at WWDC 2017. A product that is created to go head-on against Amazon's Alexa and Google Home, the Apple HomePod is still under development and is expected to be released by December 2017.

The Apple iMac Pro will be released in December. This includes a new 10.5-inch variant of the iPad Pro.

Search gets an overhaul as part of the redesign and Apple's paid Search Ads are still included as you can see in the screenshot above on the right. In addition, Apple's tvOS and watchOS received minor updates. Connectivity wide too there has been a few changes. There's plenty of incentive for developers to get behind the new gadget. Concurrently, Apple also refreshed its Mac lineup and lowered prices.

But the new update appears to work a lot better.

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Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the intelligence panel, supports renewing the NSA surveillance law, while Oregon Democrat Sen. Section 702, considered one of the "crown jewels" of the intelligence community, is set to expire at the end of 2017.

Apple doesn't really talk about the Surface, but was pretty clear from yesterday's WWDC keynote that Microsoft's line is beginning to have a direct impact on the company. But the screen is bigger, clocking in at a whopping 10.5-inch. Getting featured by Apple will add more value now after its new outlook.

The hardware is finally at a level where Apple can deliver real performance in the slim frame, and customers have expressed interest in using iMacs as professional devices. Apple ramps up the options in the iOS 11 update with tweaks and new features for iMessages.

While Apple introduced iOS 11 on Monday to the world, some things about the platform were not discussed on stage and have since been uncovered by the developers who have got their hands on the preview already. More details in our detailed article.

The interface looks astonishingly similar to that of Apple News. So far this year, they have reaped about $10 billion from the App Store.

The Games and Apps tabs will present new apps selected by the store's editors as well as resurface older apps you might have not used in a while.

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