Dimanche, 23 Février 2020
Dernières nouvelles
Principale » Apple Could Expand iPhone's NFC Capabilities Beyond Apple Pay

Apple Could Expand iPhone's NFC Capabilities Beyond Apple Pay

11 Juin 2017

Apple SVP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, announced the features of Apple's latest iOS 11 at the WWDC 2017 event.

It looks like Apple is finally giving some much-needed attention to the content creation tools baked into the iPhone.

The same thing happened to users of iPhone 4S past year.

Apple says it does not want its customers using its products while driving and so has introduced a "Do Not Disturb While Driving" mode that will be activated when the phone senses the user is in a auto.

Does iMac Pro Mean the End for Mac Pro?
An upgrade with USB-C ports and better graphics (four to six monitors would be nice) and a faster processor could be in the works. All the models will be available in Space Gray or Silver colors and the models will be customized at an additional cost.

It'll also apply to users of older iPads, such as iPad 4 and earlier. At the moment, the iPhone's NFC chip is useless for anything other than Apple's in-house payment system, but the new framework appears to let the chip in the latest iPhones read any tags - not just Apple Pay tags - and take action on them based on the phone's location.

Siri will also use upgraded on-device learning to take user experiences on one app to other apps.

The functionality was first spotted on an iPhone 6S Plus running iOS 11 Beta 1 and is reportedly available as part of the newly announced file-management app, Files. You'd have to open QuickTime Player and go through about 10 different steps before you could get even the most basic video of yourself using the device.

As a top alternative to iTunes, WinX MediaTrans is capable of flawlessly transferring photos, music, videos, iBooks, ringtones, and more between PC and iOS (11) iPhone iPad at amazingly fast speed with no data loss. iOS 11 will be immediately supported after WWDC 2017. Drivers who use phones at the wheel have been found to be four times more likely to be in a crash resulting in injuries [2]. Geskin also posted schematic images that purport to show the design of the new iPhone.

Apple Could Expand iPhone's NFC Capabilities Beyond Apple Pay