Pokémon Go driving, Hyundai free CarPlay, drawing in iOS 10 chats, BitCoin scams, more Betas

In iOS 10, you can draw in Messages just by turning your iPhone horizontal
In iOS 10, you can draw in Messages just by turning your iPhone horizontal

Pokemon Go update now warns you not to play and drive, debuts ‘Nearby Pokemon’ test — You can finally change up your username, while iOS players again get to use battery saver mode. The update comes with two version numbers: 0.33 for Android and 1.30 for iOS. According to the official changelog, the game will nag you if it perceives that you’re driving while playing. You can also now change your nickname if you don’t like it, though you only get to do it once.

Hyundai expands its offer of free Apple CarPlay — Hyundai is adding smartphone integrations to several more existing models via do-it-yourself installation. The software update compatible with CarPlay and Android Auto is now available at no cost through MyHyundai.com.

iOS 10 Messages: how to draw in Chats — Messages in iOS 10 is loaded with new features, like the ability to draw directly in your conversations. You’ll need a finger or stylus, plus a little inspiration. You also need to know how to find the drawing mode in Messages. Watch TMO’s Quick Tip video to learn how. This video shows you how.  And here are five iOS 10 features to boost your iPad productivity.

Beware of bitcoin wallet app scams on the Apple App Store — Apple is moving “quickly” to remove apps that appear legit but are actually scams set up to steal customers’ money, reports Motherboard.

Apple issues fifth developer betas of iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, macOS Sierra — Just over a week after providing developers with the fourth beta pre-release builds of its major upcoming platforms, Apple followed up with the fifth betas of iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10 and macOS Sierra.