iPhone 6 banned in China, Apple Music in 10, Clapper game, wildlife money

See how Apple Music got a complete makeover for iOS 10
See how Apple Music got a complete makeover for iOS 10

China’s iPhone 6 sales ban not a big problem for Apple — Beijing’s Intellectual Property Bureau has ordered Apple to stop selling the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the city because it infringes on a Chinese company’s design patent. Of course, Apple is appealing the ruling. Apple has already been granted a stay in the order, according to the Wall Street Journal, and is appealing the ruling.

Video: see how Apple Music in iOS 10 has been redesigned from the ground up — Music selection and discovery will get easier for 15 million paying Apple Music subscribers with this fall’s launch of iOS 10. Here’s a closer look at the big changes coming soon to iPhone and iPad.

E3 2016: ‘Clapper’ merges DDR, ‘Pat-A-Cake’ for rhythm gaming via iPad camera — One of the more unique games spotted by AppleInsider at this year’s E3 expo was Clapper, a two-player cooperative rhythm title that uses the iPad’s FaceTime camera to track how well you play the classic children’s hand clapping game Pat-A-Cake.

Apple invites developers to Search Ads beta ahead of iOS 10 launch — In preparation of the iOS 10 launch this fall, Apple on Friday sent out emails inviting developers to take part in a beta testing program for Search Ads, a forthcoming iOS App Store feature designed to boost app discoverability. Meanwhile, Apple has added sales and proceeds data to iTunes Connect app.

Apple says ‘Apps for Earth’ campaign raised over $8M for World Wildlife Fund — Apple and the World Wildlife Fund together raised more than US$8 million in proceeds during April’s Apps for Earth campaign on the App Store, the two groups have announced.


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