watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 are now available to the public

More Apple updates flowing today…

The new watchOS 3.2 software with Theater Modes comes along side tvOS 10.2, both of which bring a number of tweaks and small features to the Apple TV and Apple Watch.

watchOS 3.2 :

WatchOS 3.2 Released with Threater Mode
WatchOS 3.2 Released with Threater Mode

The biggest change in watchOS 3.2 is the new Theater Mode. When activated, the feature turns off Apple Watch’s display when you get a notification so the light doesn’t disturb those around you. Wearers still get haptic notifications though and can view alerts by tapping the screen or pressing the digital crown.

placeholder 178 blocked. Reason : no sizes watchOS 3.2 also adds support for SiriKit, giving developers all-new ways to integrate Siri into apps. You can now use Siri to start a workout, hail a ride, send money and more.

tvOS 10.2 :

tvOS 10.2 Released Today
tvOS 10.2 Released Today

Of the four the four new software updates released today, tvOS 10.2 is perhaps the least exciting of all.  Apple have added some improved scrolling behaviors. Apple TV watchers use a long swipe on the Siri remote to scroll through data quicker. You can also swipe from the right side to bring up indexes.

And you can rent something to watch one one device and watch it on any of your others.

iOS 10.3 is out with Find My AirPods, Apple File System and more

iOS10.3 Released Today
iOS10.3 Released Today

Apple released iOS 10.3 to the public today after completion of beta testing the new software. iOS 10.3 can be downloaded now as an over-the-air update, or installed via iTunes. iPhone and iPad owners can expect a rash of new features that not only make iPhone and iPad easier to use, but also more secure.

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Google Chrome & Google Drive Released for iOS

Today is a great day for all things Google and at the same time all things Apple! Why so? Because Google Chrome is released today in the App Store for all iOS devices.

This has been met with much cheer across the Apple circuit, mainly because people have become discontented with Safari and it’s limitations. Customers, fanboys, lovers and haters have all been crying out for an alternative, and the alternative they have been screaming for has arrived.

I don’t think there is too much need for me to go into massive details about this app, it is easily downloaded, free and small so you have no excuse for not giving it a go, so get yourself over to the AppStore and get downloading.

A few points I will make though after my limited trial of it this morning.

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