- Apple Arcade
- Apple Arcade $4.99 a month with a one month free trial
- Apple TV+, available November 1st for $4.99/mo, free 1-year subscription with the purchase of a new device.
- New 10.2” iPad
- Announced the Apple Research app
- Apple Watch Series 5
- Always-on display on the Apple Watch Series 5!
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 has an ultra-wide camera, new UI in the Camera app for it
- iPhone 11 camera has night mode
- Slofies – Slomo Selfies
- iPhone 11 starts at $699
- iPhone 11 Pro & Pro Max
- Super Retina XDR Display on the iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro battery lasts 4 hours longer than iPhone Xs, comes with fast charger in the box
- Deep Fusion image processing system on the iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro available for pre-order Friday 5AM PDT, starts at $999
SwiftUI announced in WWDC 2019. It’s an innovative, exceptionally simple way to build user interfaces across all Apple platforms with the power of Swift. In previous blog I have shared some references from apple documents.
We will learn it by examples. First of all let’s start with simple UI.
Apple just announced SwiftUI today.
SwiftUI will be used to declare the user interface and behavior for your app on every platform.
Here are some basic resources to understand SwiftUI:
Sample from WWDC 2019 Event:
Hope it will help you to look into it.
Happy Coding 🙂
Swift 5 comes with enhancement in string literals delimiters to support Raw Text.
I found little snippet from twitter about how to know if application is installed via TestFlight.
appStoreReceiptURL is an instance property, which we can find from main bundle.
Here, I am adding snippet for both Objective-C and Swift.