Wish list: 9 new CarPlay features for iOS 12

After seeing release four years ago, Apple’s CarPlay continues to gain traction in the automotive world as it bulks up on features with each major revision of iOS. As frequent users of the in-car infotainment platform, we amassed quite a wish list of features and changes we hope to see unveiled alongside iOS 12 at WWDC in June.
Source: macinsider

FaceTime helps save New York woman's life after stroke symptoms spotted during call

A New York City woman claims Apple’s FaceTime helped save her life, after symptoms of a stroke were spotted by her sister during a transatlantic conversation, leading her to seek medical assistance for the affliction.
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Microsoft releases Edge browser for iPhone & iPad with roaming password, dark theme additions

Microsoft released its Edge mobile web browser for iOS on Thursday following a brief preview period, with the new browser aiming to provide Windows 10 users a ‘continuous browsing experience’ between their desktop and their iPhone or iPad.
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Surviving Thanksgiving: Fight to keep those extra pounds off with these fitness apps

Gorging on turkey and pie may feel good at the time, but overindulgence may turn the traditional Thanksgiving dinner into the traditional Thanksgiving pounds. Instead of waiting until January and making a new year’s resolution that will inevitably be forgotten about within weeks, fight the weight gain now with the App Store’s plethora of fitness apps.
Source: macinsider

Niantic follows up 'Pokemon Go' with 'Harry Potter' AR game for iPhone

Game developer Niantic’s follow-up to the popular ‘Pokemon Go’ could end up being a similar game but within a different major franchise, with ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ being prepared for launch sometime in 2018, complete with augmented reality and travel-based gameplay elements.
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Futuremark analysis debunks rumor that Apple slows older iPhones down on purpose with iOS updates

Benchmarking firm Futuremark has weighed in on claims that Apple is intentionally slowing down older iPhones to encourage upgrades, with analysis of benchmark results indicating iPhones maintain their performance over time instead of deteriorating.
Source: macinsider

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