Den nya blågröna majoriteten i Stockholm stad har definitivt satt spiken i kistan för techjätten Apples planer att bygga en flaggskeppsbutik i Kungsträdgården.
Genom en skrivelse i stadsbyggnadsnämnden beslutade kommunen i slutet på förra veckan att avbryta Apples planarbete.
Men situationen är komplex och Apple äger fortfarande tomträtten till fastigheten. Techjätten har velat bygga utanför den detaljplan som finns sedan tidigare, som i dag huserar en restaurang, vilket skulle innebära att 375 kvadratmeter parkyta försvinner.
The app was originally pulled from the store due to its design and requirement to work outside of the Mac App Store’s sandboxing guidelines. However, with the release of the new Mac App Store in macOS Mojave, Transmit is now making its grand return.
With its easy-to-use interface and abundance of small but thoughtful features, Transmit makes managing files on a remote server surprisingly efficient.
Apple even went so far as to create an App Store story detailing the app’s features. You can read that here.
Apple has pushed out a third beta of iOS 12.1.1, build 16C5050a, a minor updates that make some slight improvements to the FaceTime UI and other small changes. While the release notes only indicate a minor security change regarding tighter TLS certificate requirements, other reports have indicated that the ability to take Live Photos on a FaceTime call have returned, along with placing the camera toggle button back on the main FaceTime screen.…
Workflow extensions match the look of Final Cut Pro and integrate tightly into the app, allowing editors to drag media into Final Cut Pro libraries, sync playback between extensions and timeline, add clip markers and more. These extensions are designed to make it easy to use popular tools that enhance post-production including review and approval with Frame.io, stock footage browsing and purchasing with Shutterstock and media asset management with CatDV. Workflow extensions can be downloaded free from the Mac App Store starting today.
While there haven’t been any more announcements regarding its upcoming streaming service, Apple is doing quite a bit behind the scenes when it comes to original content.
According to Variety, Apple has recently begun working with Oscar-winning indie studio A24 on several films and TV shows.
As usual, Apple is not giving any specifics on the deal beyond saying it has a “multiyear agreement” and is involved in multiple films.
Currently, A24 has a deal with DirecTV to acquire films to distribute in the United States. With it, DirecTV will gain rights to begin offering films a full 30 days before it hitting movie theaters. A24 also has a deal with Amazon with its Prime video service that offers movies right after they are available in cinemas. Both deals will stay intact.
Following its October 30 media event, Apple quietly announced in its MacBook Airpress release that new AMD Radeon Pro Vega graphics would be coming to the 15-inch MacBook Pro as of November 14, and the new options have just gone live in Apple’s online store.
The high-end 15-inch MacBook Pro can now be custom configured with with Radeon Pro Vega 16 graphics for an additional $250 or Radeon Pro Vega 20 graphics for an additional $350.