The cartoon service Boomerang on Thursday announced the release of a streaming app for the fourth-generation Apple TV, bringing classic cartoons like Wacky Races, Yogi Bear, Scooby-Doo and many others to Apple’s set-top box.
Download Boomerang for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV from App Store.
Animation, with the first thirteen episodes now available for streaming via their service.
In an advisory on Dev Center yesterday, the Cupertino giant announced that macOS High Sierra will be the last macOS release to support 32-bit apps “without compromise.”
Apple originally said at the Worldwide Developers Conference that macOS apps submitted to Mac App Store must support 64-bit computing starting January 2018.
We know that iOS 11 marks the end of the road for legacy 32-bit apps and now we’re learning about Apple’s new 64-bit requirement for Mac apps.
In a separate notice, the company reminded developers to submit updates to their 32-bit apps because iOS 11 is 64-bit only. ”Support for 32-bit apps is not available in iOS 11 and all 32-bit apps previously installed on a user’s device will not launch,” reads the note.
Following the iOS 11 public beta release, Apple has reminded developers that iOS 11 will be 64-bit only.
Apple recommends that developers who haven’t updated their apps to support 64-bit submit an update “so your users can continue to run your apps on iOS 11”.
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Because iOS 11 is 64-bit only and doesn’t support legacy 32-bit apps, users should experience a bit faster performance and fewer crashes.
That’s just about all there is to the TimeMover Lite tweak; it’s simple and to the point.
How will you be positioning your Lock screen clock?
The Lock screen clock appears at the top center of the Lock screen on any stock device out of the box, but with a new free jailbreak tweak called TimeMover Lite by iOS developer NeinZedd9, you can re-position it anywhere you’d like.