2017

Apple released a new ad for their iPhone 7 “practically magic” video series to promote Messages stickers on iOS 10. Browse the sticker packs here.

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2017

Apple posted a new iOS 10 ad highlighting HomeKit. With the new Home App, you can control all of your HomeKit-enabled accessories from your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Apple TV. Set the scene with a single tap or Siri command. Quite simply, the Home App is an easy and secure way to automate your house.

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2017

What seems to be a joke at first, turns out to be the latest advance in wearable technology. The i.Con is the world’s first smart condom ring that uses a nano-chip to measure different variables during sex, like ‘velocity of thrusts’, ‘girth’ and ‘positions used.’

It also comes with with an “antibodies filter” to detect the presence of any STIs, such as chlamydia and syphilis.

So, basically it’s a Fitbit for your junk…

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2017

Back in October of last year, at the Louis Vuitton’s 2017 spring runway show, the brand’s creative director showcased their new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus cases.

LV made them available for purchase now and the selection includes a classic Monogram canvas, a Monogram Reverse canvas, a Monogram Eclipse canvas and golden crocodile leather case.

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2017

Back in 2013, Apple released OS X 10.9 Mavericks and one of the new features was a new way for website owners to keep users engaged: push notifications.  Safari Push Notifications work just like push notifications for apps. They display your website icon and notification text, which users can click to go right to your website.

That’s great but in order to get this feature to work with you need a website under HTTPS protocol, Apple Developer Account, register a website Push ID, generate a certificate etc. For the average website owner, that’s a pain the the ass.

So not only do you have to pay for the Apple Dev Account, but you will also have to pay someone to code, implement and possibly maintain Push Notifications for you.

What if I was to tell you that you can get Push Notifications not just for Safari, but for Chrome, Firefox and Android too, you can set it up in a matter of minutes and it will cost you less than you’d pay for an Apple Developer account. Would that be something you might be interested in?

Enter PushMonkey

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