Apple auto download feature on macOS Sierra just went live — Starting today, Apple will push macOS Sierra to prospective upgraders on older versions of OS X, as well as downloads for point updates for users already on Sierra — but won’t install anything without explicit permission from the user. This is in System Preferences>App Store.
Apple reschedules fiscal Q4 2016 earnings call to October 25 — Apple has moved its earnings call for the fourth quarter of 2016 to two days earlier on Tuesday, October 25, citing an unannounced scheduling conflict.
‘Spoken Editions’ section officially debut on Apple’s iTunes — Following a false start in September, Apple on Monday launched an expected Spoken Editions section on the iTunes Store, letting people hear audio versions of written content from online publishers. The section currently includes articles from over 40 sources, including Reuters, Wired, IGN, Jezebel, Playboy, and the Huffington Post. People can also access the material from Apple’s dedicated Podcasts app. [Not sure if it’s in the NZ Store yet though; I can’t find it.]
Adobe releases Photoshop and Premiere Elements 15 for Mac with new automated tools — Adobe has released the latest versions of its consumer-level photo and video editing software, Photoshop Elements 15 and Premiere Elements 15, each of which provides users with new easy-to-use tools, effects and guides.