Apple in San Diego hospital, Microsoft Surface rejected, 74 million iPhones, end of iOS 9.3.5


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Apple TV, iPad utilised in conjunction for patient care at new San Diego hospital — Apple device management tool developer JAMF and UC San Diego Health are collaborating to roll out a patient care and information system utilising the Apple TV, an iPad, and a large flat-screen television in all 245 rooms of the future Jacobs Medical Center.

Patriots coach Bill Belichick says Microsoft’s Surface is undependable — You have to feel sorry for Microsoft’s Surface tablets. After Microsoft won a contract to supply the devices to the NFL sidelines, they were first misidentified as iPads. Then they were abused. Now New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has outright rejected them.

Researchers expect 74 million iPhone sales in Q4 2016 on strength of new releases — New analyst research suggests the iPhone 7 family of phones is selling better than that of the iPhone 6s, but numbers and financial impact for the third quarter are being kept low by early stock limitations on the sought-after iPhone 7 Plus.

Apple stops signing iOS 9.3.5, halting any downgrades from iOS 10 — As of Wednesday Apple is no longer signing iOS 9.3.5, effectively preventing anyone already on iOS 10 from downgrading to iOS 9.

Focusrite allows users to control their audio interfaces from iOS App — Focusrite released iOS Control Wednesday – note that it’s being listed on the App Store as simply Focusrite Control. This free app allows users of Focusrite’s desktop app Control to extend control of their audio interfaces to iPhone and iPad. Control works with Focusrite’s larger audio interfaces, from the Scarlett 6i6 (2nd Gen) and up, as well as the company’s Clarett and Red lines. With iOS Control, users can control hardware inputs, software playback, panning, solo, mute, and preamp settings on your interface—all from your iOS device. It’s a free download, but is useless without the above-mentioned hardware and use of the Control desktop app.

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