Tim Cook 2016 March 21 Keynote Says We have a responsibility to protect your privacy
|Tim Cook 2016 March 21 Keynote Says We have a responsibility to protect your privacy|
As would a little suspecting Tim Cook started on Keynote head-on by sliding a few heartfelt words about encryption and security of its products. Apple chief recalled how the US had built with the against-powers and also thanks to clear rules to limit the omnipotence of the state. "We have a responsibility to protect your data and privacy; we owe it to our customers, we owe it to citizens "insisted Tim Cook always very inspired on this subject clearly close to his heart. Recall that in the day tomorrow, Apple and the FBI will be heard before a court to determine whether Apple must bow to the request of the US agency or whether the case should go back further still ...
After the big boss came around Lisa Jackson, SVP of environmental and social issues at Apple, which promoted energy policy from Apple including the recycling of its products (and some of its components). Recalling that 99% of the box of an iPhone was recyclable, Madam Ecology Apple has deals extensively with Apple Renew, the recycling program that Apple has established for some years and which guarantees a very low level of polluting waste.
Continuing the "societal" pane and very dedicated citizen as the term is the number 2 Apple, Jeff Williams, who gets stuck to reintroduce ResearchKit, including projects made possible by the dedicated software tools for research and health. These incubators of research "ResearchKit" are developing apps to fight against autism or prevent certain diseases. Apple, however, had something new to present: CareKit, a new framework for creating efficient health apps, and opens full compatibility with the Apple Watch.
This early Keynote therefore seemed clearly intended to present a caring and conscious Apple of its weight and its role in society ... ls to win public favor in the battles that await still face the US authorities? Perhaps…
iOS 9.3 is available: night mode, multi-account and more
Apple iOS 9.3 now offers to download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. September beta versions have emerged in recent weeks to ensure an update with the fewest bugs. And here the news are many.
The Night Shift mode appeared. Which can also be called "night mode", it can change the screen of the iPhone or iPad display warmer colors to relieve your eyes (yellow case). This allows to rest his eyes somehow the evening. In the morning, the display naturally returns to its default settings.
Within the Notes application, it is now possible to secure access to its different notes with Touch ID. Interesting for those who hide personal information. At the Health app, Apple improves with new menus and add new categories.
Other additions allow for a more complete carplay with the arrival of headings New To Apple Music and functionality Near plans to quickly locate a point of interest.
On iPad, users have the right to a multi-account support for various sessions for users. This is reserved for the world of education for now, it is possible that the users have to turn iOS 10. Also on the program, the ability to connect multiple Apple Watch to the same iPhone.
iOS 9.3 is available now for download, either from its iOS device (Settings> General> Software Update) or from iTunes, it's your choice. The list of bugs fixed is more than impressive, to find in the iOS settings.