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Apple Unveils SwiftUI Framework, ARKit 3 and New Xcode Tools for Developers

Apple today unveiled several innovative technologies that make it easier and faster for developers to create powerful new apps. SwiftUI is a new development framework that makes building powerful user interfaces easier than ever before. ARKit 3, RealityKit and Reality Composer are advanced tools designed to make it even easier for developers to create compelling AR experiences for consumer and business apps.

Huawei Opens Android Q Beta Applications

Huawei has opened a global Android Q Developer Recruitment drive for beta testers, running now through June 30. Developers are invited to try out the latest Android test build on HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro and contribute to optimising and improving device compatibility of Android Q.

Linux on DeX now supports Galaxy S9, S10, and Tab S5e

Samsung Linux on DeX app lets owners of specific Samsung devices “run” a full Ubuntu desktop on their device alongside Android. The feature was initially compatible with the Samsung Note 9 and the Samsung Tab S4 but support has now been added for the S9 & S9+, S10, S10e, S10+, S10 5G, S10 and the Tab S5e.

Apple opens up Registration for WWDC 2019

Apple will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose from June 3 through June 7 at the McEnery Convention Center. Now in its 30th year, this year’s program will feature technical sessions, hands-on labs and guest speakers to provide Apple’s existing developer community and the next generation of app developers with the knowledge and tools to help turn their next great idea into reality.

Apple releases iOS 12.2 Developer Beta Four

Apple has released the fourth iOS 12.2 developer beta for iPhone bringing updates for Apple TV. There is a new icon for Apple News app and a new glyph for Apple TV remote in Control Center.In addition, there is a new animation when invoking Apple TV remote in CC and a new remote glyph for Apple TV remote in AirPlay 2 interface.

Apple revokes Google’s Enterprise iOS Developer Certificate

Earlier, Apple revoked Facebook's iOS enterprise developer certificate for violating its Terms of Service, and Apple is now giving the same treatment to Google.  Apple has shut down Google's internal iOS apps for doing the exact same thing Facebook was doing—distributing enterprise apps outside of the company.

Google Screenwise Meter app violates Apple Policy, just like Facebook

It appears that Facebook was not the only one abusing Apple’s system for distributing employee-only apps to sidestep the App Store and collect extensive data on users. Google  has been running an app called Screenwise Meter, which bears a strong resemblance to the app distributed by Facebook Research that has now been barred by Apple. Quite clearly, Google Screenwise Meter for iOS appears to violate Apple’s policy.

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