Yet another little gem from WWDC is a new VIP inbox for your iOS and OSX e-mail apps, allowing you to separate the wheat from the chaff, and see only messages from designated contacts.
In iOS, you'll receive SMS-style notifications when a VIP e-mails you, and those VIP designations will sync up over iCloud to your Mac and other iOS devices. You'll always be able to tell which contacts are VIPs by the star next to their name. Also, you'll now be able to add photos and videos to messages in iOS much more easily, which I consider a godsend. The fact that there isn't an attachment button in the compose e-mail window already is mind-boggling.
There are a ton of new features in iOS 6; be sure to check 'em out over here!
The EU wants to mandate USB-C ports on smartphones
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Facebook abandons plan to sell ads in WhatsApp
Facebook has reportedly abandoned plans to sell ads inside WhatsApp, plans that resulted in co-founder Jan Koum leaving the group in 2018.
Apple's A14 CPU could be comparable in performance to some MacBook Pros
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The perfect fit for smaller spaces, the best 32-inch TVs
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