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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsApple has scheduled its Worldwide Developer Conference 2018 (WWDC) for June 4 and will be showing off the release of its next-generation mobile OS, iOS 12. Last year after multiple major bugs were discovered in the system and its forceful slow-down of the processor, Apple acknowledged that the next iteration of iOS will be focusing more on fixing these issues and making it more stable. While iOS 12 is expected to make the OS a lot more stable by bringing in improvements, a recent report by The Information also suggests that Apple will bring changes to the Near Field Communication (NFC) chips embedded in present iPhones. All iPhones since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have an NFC chip, but the usage of this chip is restricted by Apple only for Apple Pay transactions. © MensXP However, the company wants its phone to be used in more ways, such as a hotel door key, or as a virtual transit card for transportation. These changes will make full use of the CoreNFC framework first introduced in iPhones with iOS 11, which in turn will allow iPhones to work as mediums of contactless interactions. While some hotels currently allow the iPhone to be used to unlock a room, this is currently achieved using a Bluetooth LE signal, which is not as secure as NFC. "Apple employees are already using their iPhones to unlock doors at Apple Park, likely via custom badge readers detailed in Federal Communications Commission filings last year," the report added. Apps not made by Apple were given a limited amount of access to the iPhone NFC chip with iOS 11, but apparently, a lot of the restrictions are going to be lifted, letting developers build more advanced features. © Android Pit Further details about improved NFC abilities of iPhones should be made available when Apple takes to the stage at McEnery Convention Centre in San Jose, next week. Android devices have supported NFC for years now and the chips have usually been open for third-party developers. Even now you can simply buy a cheap NFC tag, programme it for a particular function like switching on your device WiFi and you are good to go. Henceforth, whenever you scan that particular tag, WiFi will be switched on automatically. NFC opens up a plethora of futuristic applications and has largely been in the shadow. Source: The Information
We are working hard to get Invision Community 4.2 ready to go! If you have not been following this upcoming version, check out the details: Over the last month we have released several beta versions and feedback from those that have chosen to jump in on the beta has been great. We really could not be happier. Feedback has included amazement over how stable the beta is to reactions from community members enjoying all the new features. Everyone here at IPS is very excited to get the full release out so everyone can enjoy it. Not everyone is comfortable using beta releases . Back in March when we first announced 4.2 was coming soon we said that it would be out in mid-2017 and we are still on track for that. Be sure to keep an eye on announcements for the full release expected in the next 3 - 4 weeks. We really hope everyone is as excited as we are about 4.2's full release. Based on the feedback from those already using 4.2 beta on their live sites we really think this will be a huge hit with your community.
Hi all, for remove the notification update of IPS : Edit your theme in html & css => search : ipsMessage => select : updateWarning => comment the code <!-- you code page of updateWarning --> and save Now you have no more notification of new update of IPS