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iPhone interest, Nix colour sensor, turning off WiFi, Yale supports HomeKit, moving app


Teen interest in iPhone hits new high of 82%, Apple Music on the rise — Apple products like iPhone and Apple Watch continue enjoy healthy demand from young US consumers, as new data from Piper Jaffray shows a record 82% of teens have iPhone in mind as their next smartphone.

Nix Mini Color Sensor works with Your iPhone — The US$69 Nix Mini Color Sensor is a little device is a colour sensor that reports to your iPhone (or Android device). More specifically, it will match a given color to an existing colour library of more than 28,000 brand name paint colors, as well as RGB, HEX, CMYK, and LAB colours. It’s US$69 through The Mac Observer at the moment.

How to: turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11 — Apple recently caught flak from the Electronic Freedom Foundation for misleading consumers by incorporating “off-ish” Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings in its iOS 11 operating system, a byproduct of decisions that favor user experience. Apple Insider shows you how to completely turn off the radios.

Yale’s Assure smart lock family gets HomeKit support with iM1 Network Module upgrade — Long-time lock producer Yale has added HomeKit support to its Assure lock family, in the form of the iM1 Network Module that provides support for Siri controls through Apple’s Home app. [Ah, ‘Unlock the door’?] 

Top 5 Apple Watch fitness and health apps to get you moving — It can be a bit difficult to find new apps for the Watch. In the Watch app on iPhone, Apple doesn’t provide a list of categories like the App Store. Mac Observer shows you the top Apple Watch fitness and health apps.

 

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