Chevrolet announced recently Chevrolet owners now able control their car right from their wrist, Chevrolet's myChevrolet app has been made compatible with the Apple's Apple Watch. Once you open the app can remotely start or turn off the vehicle engine, lock or unlock the door, and through the smartwatch can also turn on or off the speaker or lights. In addition, the myChevrolet app on the Apple Watch will help the owner find his own car and give direction to the parking space.
Chevrolet said that nearly 1.4 million owners have downloaded the myChevrolet app. MyChevrolet can connect the owner's mobile phone and Apple Watch to the car system, the driver can use myChevrolet remotely check vehicle status and send a navigation request to the car. All new Chevrolet retail models features remote vehicle access and the AtYourService marketplace via the myChevrolet mobile app,
“The use of the myChevrolet app by our owners continues to grow across the entire vehicle lineup, so expanding its availability to Apple Watch was a natural next step and allows us to offer another easy way to manage key vehicle functions remotely,” said Paul Edwards, Chevrolet U.S. vice president of Marketing. “Whether you want to cool down your Malibu on a hot summer day or locate it after attending a crowded baseball game, Chevrolet owners can now make that choice from their iPhone or Apple Watch.”
Apple Watch's myChevrolet app is now available in markets such as the US, Canada, and Mexico, with English, Spanish, or French options available to drivers. It's worth noting that not only Chevrolet offering remote capability from a smartwatch, Hyundai, Genesis, Volkswagen, Volvo, and Porsche are among the many other carmakers also providing this type of connectivity.
Via Motor Trend
iPhone New Accessories: Easy Save Dual-Interface Flash Drive Let You Easily Share Data Between Mac and iPhone
Although Apple iPhone's standard storage capacity now up to 32GB, there are still many users had problems with iPhone storage space, but today we want to introduce the Easy Save dual-interface flash drive to solve this problem. The accessories let you easily share data between Mac and iPhone, its two interfaces are Lightning port and USB port, while providing 32GB, 64GB and 128 GB of the three storage versions.
Just simply plug in lightning port into your iDevices, easily move photos, videos and other files off your iPhone or iPad and onto the flash drive, from the iPhone flash drive, you can also transfer these files to your Mac or other devices. Easy Save supports most video formats including AVI, M4V, MKV, MOV, MP4, MPG, RM, RMVB, TS, WMV, FLV, 3GP, as well as audio formats like FLAC, APE, AAC, AIF, M4A, MP3, WAV.
It is worth noting that this Easy Save dual-interface flash drive also provides a corresponds iUSB app, use "iUSB" App camera to take photos and video will automatically be stored in Easy Save, greatly improving the Easy Save ease of use. In addition, Easy Save gurantees fast and stable data transfers, a 1GB large file only took 20 seconds to complete the transmission. At present, iPhone 5 and later models compatible the Easy Save dual interface flash drive.
Easy Save is raising funds on the Indiegogo platform. The 32GB, 64GB and 128GB versions are priced at $30, $45 and $59 respectively. Click here to learn more about it.
According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's new investor note, the third-generation Apple Watch will be ship later this year with both LTE and non-LTE models offered, doeen't feature an obvious change to form factor, but will retain the same general design, the wearable device will also keep the same two case sizes, 38mm and 42mm.
KGI further predicts that the Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular connectivity will not support 3G connections, only LTE, which will limit which markets in which it can be sold and used. Previous rumors also suggested the major carriers in the United States will offer add-on cellular service for the new LTE Apple Watch, Pricing details are still unknown.
In terms of number of shipments, KGI predicts Apple will ship 17.5-18 million Apple Watches across this year, up 70 percent year-over-year. expects 8-9 million units will being new models later this year. He also said the LTE model to account for 35 to 40 percent of shipments.
Bloomberg first suggested the third-generation of Apple Watch to include support for LTE connection, allowing the wrist-worn device to be uncoupled from the iPhone for the first time. Later on, Daring Fireball's John Gruber hinted that the new models would feature all- new form factor, although he warned that the information maybe inaccurate.
According to CNBC new report today corroborates the stories, with a firmer launch window. CNBC believes the new watch models will be announced alongside the iPhone 8 unveiling at Apple’s September event.
The report said the new Apple Watch "Series 3" will be on sale in September. LTE mode will be able to make phone calls, streaming music, and more independent on a iPhone or WiFi networks. The LTE watches is expected to have a "virtual" embedded SIM card because the device is too small to accommodate a physically replaceable SIM card.
Apple Today Released iOS 11 Beta 6 To Developers, With New App Icons, Fixed Several Bugs And Tweaked More Features
Apple today released the sixth beta of iOS 11 to developers for testing purposes, just one week after releasing the fifth beta and more than two months after introducing the new update at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Developers can download the sixth beta of iOS 11 OTA once the proper configuration profile has been installed from Apple Developer Center.
The previous iOS 11 beta's iCloud Messages has been removed, but plans to reintroduce it in a future update to iOS 11. It fixes AirPlay, and tapping the AirPlay button in videos that are not full screen will no longer crash some apps, as well as fixed a Calendar bug that could cause crashes when dragging items into the Calendar app, and FaceTime Live Photos is now an option that's enabled by default.
Today's beta fixes an issue that caused the DirecTV app to crash on launch, when launching the App Store no longer stops other audio that's playing, several bugs with Family Sharing features have been fixed, and all phone numbers are now displayed during a multiparty conference call. Here is more features found by 9to5mac
Apple also released sixth beta of watchOS 4, macOS High Sierra and tvOS 11 to developers. Public beta 5 of iOS 11 seeded to PB testers.
Via 9to5mac and MacRumors
Latest iPhone 8 News: iPhone 8 Said To Includes New Blush Gold Color, Unlikely Sketchy Videos Give Look At iPhone 8 Production Line
This year’s flagship iPhone - iPhone 8 in addition to providing Black and Silver colors, it also includes new Blush Gold color shade, according to well-known iPhone leaker Benjamin Geskin, he claims that Apple will only offer the Blush Gold iPhone 8 in the 64GB and 128GB storage capacities.
Considering Benjamin Geskin cited a post from a “Foxconn insider,” the claim should be taken with a pretty hefty grain of salt.
Meanwhile, KGI claimed that the all of Apple's upcoming 2017 iPhones would be available in black, silver, and gold, but he made no specific mention of the copper-like color. Follow this clamis, several videos emerged this week claiming to show the Blush Gold color of the iPhone 8 in dummy form.
The current consensus is that such a design will look the best in black because it will provide a more seamless visual fusion for the OLED display, especially when the screen is off. Previously Geskin has claimed iPhone 8 to Come in Four Colors Including New 'Mirror-Like' Option, so nothing on the subject is quite yet confirmed.
This morning, TechTastic posted a pair of very sketchy videos which appears to be a bunch of supposed Foxconn assembly line workers working on alleged iPhone 8 rear shell. Foxconn goes to great lengths to ensure workers cannot take phones or cameras into their facilities, while both these videos appear to have been shot quite openly. So we don't think this video is true.