Apple confirms iOS 13 Reminders will be fixed with macOS Catalina rollout
iOS 13 came out a couple of weeks ago, but one thing you may have noticed is that Reminders no longer sync with Macs. Apple has confirmed that Reminders will not sync until the release of the newest version of macOS. The new version of Reminders for iPhone impressed us with its improvements in iOS 13.1. However, to sync Reminders between an iPhone and a Mac requires macOS 10.15, a.k.a. Catalina, which isn't due to release until the coming weeks. "Upgraded reminders aren't compatible with earlier versions of iOS and macOS," Apple says on its support site.
Netflix has confirmed that the streaming service won ’ t be launching a Catalyst iPad app port for macOS , crushing the hopes of a more full-featured version of the service making its way to computers. Ever since Apple first announced that it would let developers port iPad apps to macOS
Netflix is available on Mac computers using a Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, or Safari browser. Netflix streaming features on Mac computers include: Navigation Browse rows of movie posters: The main Netflix .com page displays rows of TV shows and movies for you to browse.
Ever since Applethat it would let developers , anticipation for popular apps debuting on the Mac has been high. But today, any hopes that Netflix would show up on the Mac as a native app were crushed, with that the streaming service won’t be launching a Catalyst app for macOS.
Netflix is one of the most popular free iPad apps on the entire platform. And while it’s true that it’s already available on Mac computers through any web browser, there are advantages to a native app that a ported iPad version could bring, including downloadable movies and TV shows to enjoy offline or full integration for Apple’s picture-in-picture mode.
Netflix still refuses to make a Mac app, but there’s already an amazing alternative for you
The best way to watch Netflix is using its official apps, regardless of the operating system, unless you’re a Mac owner in which case you’re stuck with a browser or experimenting with third-party apps. But if you were hoping for Netflix to just port its iPad app to Mac now that macOS Catalina is available and Apple’s Catalyst tech is available to developers, you’ll have to think again. For the moment, that’s not happening, although it might have to do more with Apple than Netflix.© Provided by Penske Media Corporation netflix An extensive Bloomberg report earlier this week explained the various issues iOS developers have with porting their iPad apps to the Mac via Catalyst.
Meanwhile, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings today confirmed that the company has no intentions to be a part of Hastings said that while “Apple is a great company,” Netflix wants to be able to control its own Netflix , however, will not be part of this new TV app hub, as previous reports have suggested.
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There’s a precedent, too: Netflix makes afor its streaming service on PCs that, while likely intended for tablets, works great on desktop and laptop devices.
It’s the latest blow for Apple’s Catalyst app initiative, which appears to be off to a slow start, despite the fact that Catalina is now publicly available. As Bloomberg points out, at Catalina’s launch on October 7th, there wereon the Mac App Store. That’s not exactly the revolution Apple likely hoped for. DC Universe and Asphalt 9, two of the biggest Catalyst apps that Apple showcased, missed the launch and have been removed from .
Netflix tests a way to make us watch his series discreetly in the officeThe streaming platform develops a new feature to facilitate its use At work.
Watching Netflix in the office in all discretion, this is the sweet dream of some employees addicted to streaming. Good news for them, and less for their employers: the US platform is testing, since the beginning of June, a new feature on its web player that allows the employee to continue to display a video in a corner of his computer while using, in parallel, other software, reports the specialized site. In other words, yes, it will soon be possible to watch his favorite series while continuing to work, as if nothing had happened, in a true spirit "multitasking" ...
Netflix video can be placed n anywhere on the screen, and its size can be adapted as much as the employee wishes. To display it in "pop out", it is necessary to click on a small icon located at the bottom of the screen, beside the icons allowing to change episodes or to change of language and subtitles. However, you can not display these famous subtitles with the new feature. If this new option could be perceived as a desire of Netflix to retain ever more users, the streaming platform is however not the first to develop this mode of consumption "picture in picture" (picture in picture).
As the sitereminds, for three years now, when a user is surfing an application, MacOs still allows him to continue watching a video if it was launched from Safari or iTunes. This option does not work with all sites, however. Incompatible platforms include ... Netflix.
Engadget was able to test the new option of the web player of the streaming platform. The site even contacted Netflix to seek further information as to the actual entry into force of this new aircraft. The American giant merely confirmed that it was testing this new feature, but remained silent about a possible generalization of the function to all its users in the world.
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A deep dive into macOS Catalina, iPadOS, and the 2019 iPad .
The Vergecast gets into Apple’s new softwareOn this week’s show, Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller go deep into Apple’s updated operating systems: macOS Catalina, iPadOS, iOS 13, and a little bit of tvOS. Catalina seems pretty buggy, and some apps are broken. Is upgrading worth it? Listen to our experts who have used it extensively.