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Download iOS 11 Beta 3 & Install On iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6s, 6, SE, 5s, iPad, iPod [Tutorial] | Redmond Pie

Download iOS 11 Beta 3 & Install On iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6s, 6, SE, 5s, iPad, iPod [Tutorial] | Redmond Pie | Numbers template | Scoop.it
You can now download iOS 11 beta 3 links and install on iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6s, 6, SE, 5s, iPad mini 2 and over, and iPod touch 6th-generation. It's currently
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Top 10 Best Raspberry Pi Projects ▶1

Top 10 Best Raspberry Pi Projects ▶1 | Numbers template | Scoop.it
We decided to make a very special top of 10 best projects based on Raspberry Pi Computers. These RPi Creations are worth seeing. Enjoy it and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE! If we missed some cool projects, add their names in comments below. CLICKABLE TIME: 00:00... #invention #iotprojects #raspberrypi

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New iPad on March 21? Everything we know so far about the specs, pricing and release date of Apple's next iPad

New iPad on March 21? Everything we know so far about the specs, pricing and release date of Apple's next iPad | Numbers template | Scoop.it
We are just a few hours away from Apple's long-rumored March 21 event. It's widely expected that we'll see two new products unveiled there: a 4-inch iPhone (supposedly called the iPhone SE) and a new 9.7-inch iPad. Whether that new tablet is dubbed the iPad Air 3 or the iPad Pro (9.7-inch) or iPad Pro Mini -- or something else entirely -- is anybody's guess, however. (Tune into CNET's live blog of Apple's event here.) An iPad update comes at a time when overall tablet sales continue to slow. Last year's iPad Pro, though well-received by some graphics and media professionals, hasn't found the broad embrace -- popular or critical -- of its predecessors. The Mini 4, which also debuted in 2015, is a capable little tablet, essentially a shrunken Air 2. But most shoppers still opt for the older Mini 2, which is available for half the price. And the reception for these two has been especially muted compared to that of the celebrated Air 2, a CNET Editor's Choice and still the gold standard for the category. As is custom, Apple has kept mum on what's coming next and when it's coming, so we have no choice but to formulate hypotheses. We are fortunate, however, to have legions of Apple fanboys, supply chain moles and educated guessers churning out predictions that we have collected, collated and chronicled in the space below. Editors' note: This story was originally posted on January 19, 2016 and last updated on March 20, 2016. James Martin/CNET Announcement and release dates Apple typically introduces new iPads in the fall. The newest models, the iPad Pro and Mini 4, were announced in September 2015, with the latter hitting immediately and the former two months later. The iPad Air 2 hit store shelves in September 2014. Screenshot by Shara Tibken/CNET Changes are afoot, however. On March 10, Apple invited selected media to a March 21 event at its headquarters. The invite, which teases, "Let us loop you in," characteristically lacks detail about the nature of the event. Still, in the absence of official word, numerous sources are reporting that Apple will use it to introduce a successor to the 9.7-inch iPad Air 2 and a 4-inch iPhone that will replace the iPhone 5S as the company's entry-level model. Earlier rumors had suggested that Apple dedicate the event to the celebration of the Apple Watch's first birthday -- and the introduction of its successor. The current consensus, however, is that Apple is more likely to unveil only a WatchOS update and new bands -- materials, designs, and colors -- rather than new hardware. Of course, nothing beyond the date of the event is official. Design With the Air 2, Apple basically perfected the dimensions of the tablet: it's exceptionally portable, can be carried easily in one hand, and makes for comfortable reading, playing and viewing. Given the amount of time the company has taken to tinker with the next version, expectations are soaring. But Apple has improved on seemingly perfect products before. The iPad Pro is far and away the fastest and most powerful Apple tablet at the moment, and, according to 9to5mac.com's Mark Gurman, the next iPad will follow in its footsteps. He reports that the next-generation 9.7-inch model will be part of a new iPad Pro line and will set the stage for a streamlining of the iPad portfolio, which will include the sunsetting of the iPad Mini 2 and original iPad Air. As for the nomenclature -- that's anyone's guess. The Apple iPad Pro Mini? The Apple iPad Mini Pro? Foreshadowing this development, French site Nowhereelse (via AppleInsider) previously predicted that the iPad Air 3 could fold in such iPad Pro features as a quad-speaker upgrade, as well as a first-ever (for an iPad) LED flash for the rear camera. According to 9to5mac.com, the new iPad could feature the same 12-megapixel camera used in the iPhone 6S. Recent stories from Techradar and Engadget bolstered the four-speaker rumor and suggested the Air 3 would also include Pro-style Smart Connectors for attaching peripherals like keyboards -- upgrades that could add a sliver of thickness to the Air 3. Gurman also reports that the new model will include support for the Apple Pencil as well as a smaller version of the Smart Keyboard cover attachment. Under the hood Obviously, an iPad hitting in March would run the current iOS 9 operating system, and be in good shape to run its inevitable successor, iOS 10, which would presumably be unveiled in June and released concurrently with the iPhone 7 in September. And by iOS 9, of course, we mean version 9.3 (now in beta) which adds such notable new features as Night Shift, a setting that changes the colors on the screen at night; revamps of Apple's News and Health apps and CarPlay technology; password protection for Notes; and multiple user accounts for educational settings. Sarah Tew/CNET One thing you likely won't see on the iPad Air 3 is 3D Touch, the pressure-sensitive display on the newest iPhone models. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that feature is an unlikely to surface on the iPad Air 3 due to "production issues." Another area of interest is processing power. A recent Bloomberg profile of Apple SVP for hardware technologies Johny Srouji confirmed that the next iPad Air will come equipped with the A9X chip -- the processor currently available only in the iPad Pro. The iPad Air 2 delivers pretty solid battery life -- right around Apple's rated lifespan of about 10 hours between charges. (You can use the iOS 9 battery-saving feature to extend that as needed, and standby time is especially good.) Though thinner is almost always better, we would hope that Apple would not shave down run time for a microscopically thinner profile. Pricing The high-end of the portfolio seems comfortably inhabited by the iPad Pro, which is priced more like a laptop than a tablet and sells for $799 for the 32GB entry-level model. If the iPad Air 3 were to stick to the current pricing scheme as the Air 2, we'll see something like $499, £399 or AU$699 for a 16GB model; $599, £479 or AU$829 for a 64GB model; and $699, £559 or AU$959 for a 128GB model. LTE connectivity will likely add $130, £100 or AU$160 for each. At the eleventh hour, 9to5mac.com is reporting that Apple will price the base model (featuring 32GB of storage) at $599 -- $100 more than previous iPad Air entry-level models -- and leave the Air 2 in the lineup. Scroll down for a reverse-chronological look at the latest rumors. Live coverage: Apple's March 21 event The company will show off its newest iPhone and iPad -- as well as some possible Apple Watch updates -- during an event at its headquarters in Cupertino, California. March 20, 2016 9.7-inch iPad Pro to start at higher $599 price, come in 32 GB & 128 GB capacities 9to5mac.com reports that the new 9.7-inch iPad will start at $599 and feature 32 GB of storage. March 15, 2016 CNET: Everything we expect at Apple's iPhone event on March 21 A smaller, cheaper iPhone and an update to the iPad Air 2 are likely to headline the announcements for next week's event. March 10, 2016 CNET: Apple sends invites for March 21 event with clue 'let us loop you in' A 4-inch iPhone and an updated iPad are among the new products expected to be announced. February 29, 2016 9to5mac.com: New 9.7-inch iPad Pro may best 12.9-inch model with 12MP camera, 4K video Apple's next iPad will include a 12 megapixel rear camera comparable to the sensor in the iPhone 6s, according to sources. February 25, 2016 9to5mac.com: Apple's next iPad -- a 9.7-inch model -- will be part of Pro line Apple could differentiate the next-generation 9.7-inch iPad from its predecessor by making it part of the iPad Pro line. February 18, 2016 Bloomberg: iPad Air 3 to come equipped with A9X processor Bloomberg profile of Apple SVP confirms that the next iPad Air will use the A9X currently found only in the iPad Pro. February 12, 2016 9to5mac.com: 4-inch iPhone 5se & iPad Air 3 planned to go on sale March 18th Mark Gurman doubles down, calling Apple's debut of the next iPhone and iPad for mid-March. February 2, 2016 Buzzfeed: Apple To Debut New iPad, Smaller iPhone At March 15 Event John Paczkowski predicts that Apple will have a small event on March 15 to announce a 4-inch iPhone and new iPad. February 1, 2016 Engadget: iPad Air 3 drawing hints at a smaller iPad Pro Engadget shows off a leaked drawing that seems to confirm the iPad Air 3 will borrow the quad-speaker and Smart Connector design of the larger iPad Pro. January 28, 2016 CNET: Apple iPad Air 3 may spring up in March The company will host an event during the week of March 14 to unveil its first products of 2016. January 25, 2016 Apple Insider: Leaked 'iPad Air 3' design suggests four speakers, LED flash Apple's rumored third-generation iPad Air might adopt not just a quad-speaker design, but also an LED flash for its rear-mounted camera, according to a design illustration. January 12, 2016 CNET: 7 new features coming to your iPhone and iPad with iOS 9.3 Apple's given its next iOS update to developers to test; here's what's new and noteworthy. January 8, 2016 CNET: Hey, Apple, leave that jack alone The iPhone 7 may be missing a 3.5mm headphone jack when Apple releases the phone this year. A new petition begs the electronics giant not to switch to a Lightning jack. December 31, 2015 CNET: Apple Byte: Apple's secret lab is working on 3D Touch for bigger screens like the iPad Sources report that the iPad Air 3 will be released in the first half of 2016 but is unlikely to get a 3D Touch display. December 15, 2015 9to5mac: KGI: iPad Air 3 to be released in 1st half of 2016, 'unlikely to have 3D Touch because of production issues' Research notes suggest that iPad Air 3 will not feature 3D Touch due to "insufficient supply chain capacity." December 3, 2015 CNET: Is the iPhone 7 getting rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack? A report claims Apple will make Lightning its do-everything port for a slimmer iPhone 7.
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The 10 Coolest Things Being Built with Apple's ARKit Right Now – Road to VR

The 10 Coolest Things Being Built with Apple's ARKit Right Now – Road to VR | Numbers template | Scoop.it
Apple’s ARKit has been out for developers since it was announced last month. Because of the mind-boggling number of iPhones and iPads capable of running ARKit, the new tool is already spreading its augmented reality wings across the Internet thanks to a diverse set of developers. Here we take a look at some of the coolest publicly-shared AR projects …
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Light Following Arduino Robot: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

Light Following Arduino Robot: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Numbers template | Scoop.it
hello guys...this is our 9th project thats called light following arduino robot...this project is based on arduino and light resistor.A photoresistor (or light-dependent resistor, LDR, or photoconductivecell) is a light-controlled variable resistor. The resistance of a photoresistor decreases with increasing incident light intensity; in other words, it exhibits photoconductivity.so let

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Apple releases iOS 9.3 beta 6 to developers and public testers

Apple releases iOS 9.3 beta 6 to developers and public testers | Numbers template | Scoop.it
Apple has seeded the sixth beta of iOS 9.3 to developers. This new build can be found at the iOS Developer Resource Center, or downloaded over-the-air on an iPhone or iPad running the previous beta. There is also a new release for users of the public beta of iOS 9.3. Members of the Beta Software Program can grab the build as an over-the-air update right now. iOS 9.3, which is expected later this year, will bring a number of enhancements to the iPhone and iPad user experience. These changes will include the new Night Shift mode, which makes devices easier to use at night, along with improvements to Notes, News, CarPlay, and education.
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