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Apple releases its new TV Remote app for iPhone

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You can put down that awkward Siri remote. Apple just launched a new way to navigate around Apple TV.

Flagged at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in June, the Apple TV Remote app is one of a suite of recent products designed to improve the user experience of Apple TV. Released Monday, the app, which does everything the Siri remote can do, lets you select programs and play games from your iPhone.

Simplifying text entry, the Apple TV Remote app helpfully allows you to enter show names, usernames and passwords with your phone’s keyboard. It also employs game mode to make use of the smartphone’s accelerometer and gyroscope, and lets you ask Siri to help you track down new TV shows. Read more…

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Apple releases 4 new emoji sticker packs for iOS 10 beta users

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Apple recently revealed that its upcoming iOS 10 update holds some good news for emoji lovers: The iPhone’s pictograph palette will soon be more extensive than ever.

The Cupertino company gave a clearer picture of what that new emoji-verse will look like this weekend with the release of four new animated sticker packs for those testing the beta version of the operating system.

Like Facebook Messenger, Apple’s latest software allows third-party developers to add specially designed emoji or gif packs to its iMessage app through an API.

The new sets — old-school Mac icons, three-dimensional smileys, heart animations and hand signs — were available in the iTunes app store as of Friday night, according to 9to5Mac. Read more…

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Apple releases iOS 9.0.1 with numerous bug fixes

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More than a week after the frenzy surrounding iOS 9 and its rocky start, Apple is already releasing an update.

When iOS 9 was released, users received error messages saying the software update failed, while others had success downloading iOS 9 via iTunes.

During the installation of iOS 9, many users got stuck on the “Slide to Upgrade” screen. The iOS 9.0.1 update addresses that issue as well as multiple other bugs. Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Fixes an issue where some users could not complete setup assistant after updating

  • Fixes an issue where alarms and timers sometimes failed to play Read more…

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    Pixel Film Studios Releases TransTunnel for Final Cut Pro X.

    FCPX Transition Developer Pixel Film Studios announces a new Final Cut Pro X Transition.

    (PRWeb September 23, 2015)

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