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- DV Artz Team.
Jun 6, 2017
This morning at 10am Apple kicked off the week for WWDC off with a bang. Tim Cook began by dispensing with the updates as the keynote ahead of them had a lot to get through. We saw some huge updates to all the platforms but some especially exciting releases to iOS. The App Store in iOS 11 is set to be getting a redesign. In addition to new features like Siri translation and Apple friend to friend pay, there are updates to places like iMessage apps and Live Photos. Some other exciting releases are the involvement that Apple is starting to have in VR. We saw an amazing demo from the team at Industrial Light and Magic with Star Wars!
The excitement began though, when Apple started releasing a whole lot of updates to their hardware. We first saw updates to the Mac lineup and then saw an all new iPad Pro. Apple followed these updates by giving us two rather big sneak peeks that got everyone really excited. First in the sneak peeks was an all new iMac. This new iMac is the iMac Pro. It's space grey, incredibly powerful and hands down an all out powerhouse. The "most powerful Mac" that Apple has ever made. We ended the keynote with the final sneak peek, which was a one more thing. Apple introduced to us a device called HomePod which is a speaker that has Siri built in for controlling music playback in addition to performing all the tasks we're used to with Siri.
It has most certainly been a rather monumentous WWDC. And as Tim Cook stated it was indeed the biggest WWDC ever. Combining attendees, software updates, hardware updates and new products, there is definitley a lot to go away with just from the keynote. We're looking forward to an exciting week, learning to create, improve and explore apps that we make.
- DV Artz Team.
Apr 13, 2017
This year, Apple is set to be hosting its worldwide developers conference in San Jose California this year on June 5th. We are more than excited to be attending this tremendous and insightful event for the second year in a row. WWDC is an event where developers get the opportunity to work with experts from Apple, to find new and exciting ways to create amazing apps and games.
This year Apple is pushing a theme that expresses the importance for creating diverse content. And creating apps that have a connection to liberal arts. Apple has stated that they view themselves as a company that meets at the intersection of liberal arts and technology. Last years conference really thrived on encouraging the importance of code. Apple used that theme in conjunction with the event to release Swift Playgrounds for iPad. The styling of the marketing artwork for last year was very code-oriented. Whereas this years promotional artwork is both artistic and diverse.
We’re expecting there will be a lot of sessions looking at creating diverse apps, as Apple has already been extremely at the forefront with this kind of thing. For example, the wide variety of diverse emojis that were released in iOS 8.3 and the even more gender inclusive emojis seen in iOS 10.
Our company’s name; DV Artz stands for Digital Visual Artz. We pride ourselves in creating beautiful content that is creative and, to a degree, lines up with Apple’s passion for liberal arts. There is certainly an excitement for possible opportunities and releases that relate to creative areas. iOS 11 is set to be released and who knows what other goodies are on their way from Apple. Once again, we're very excited to be attending, and look forward to keeping you updated with our experience.
- DV Artz Team.
Feb 5, 2017
Next Play Music is a music player that allows you to customize your music library and organize your music however you like. We introduced the original idea two years ago as a concept for letting iTunes music owners view and explore their music based on what they listen to most. We've recently updated Next Play Music that updates the app with a beatifuly simple redesign.
Under the hood, we've also re-written the entire app using Apple's new programming language called "Swift". What this means for customers, is that the app will work a lot faster, smoother and easier. Users can now drag and drop to rearrange their items. They can also tap and hold to delete items from their library. The addidion of a + button on each section also allows for adding items manually to your favorites.
We hope our users will enjoy this beautiful and simple music experiance. As with all of our apps they come from ideas that we ourselves want to use.
- DV Artz Team.