Apple has seeded new versions of Safari 7.1 for OS X Mavericks and Safari 6.2 for OS X Mountain Lion to developers. In the new beta’s release notes, Apple is asking developers to test AutoFill for passwords and credit cards, along with general website and extensions compatibility.
As mentioned by The Loop, the public beta of OS X Yosemite will be released on Thursday, July 24th. The release will be the same build released to developers on Monday.
A new report says Apple is putting the finishing touches on iOS 8 in preparation for a September iPhone 6/iOS 8 launch event. Apple is currently projected to be planning a mid-September iPhone event. Apple is also said to be aiming for an October debut for OS X Yosemite.
We all enjoy Apple related videos. From the painful to watch ’80s videos, (UGH! Those clothes! That hair!), all the way up to the current iPhone and iPad commercials currently running on the television networks. Luckily for us, there’s one convenient location we can find them all…
With iOS 7, Apple updated most of the iPhone’s built-in apps with a sleeker, simplified look. One of the updated apps was the compass app. Formerly designed to resemble its real-world counterpart, the new Compass app is a study in sleek, black and white utilitarian design.
Apple’s most recent EFI update for the mid-2011 MacBook Air apparently includes a bug that will in some cases cause a failure to install, or in more serious instances, cause the system to crash.
While iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite will include many new integration features that are mutually beneficial to users of both operating systems, a report today says the releases of the two new operating systems my be staggered by as much as a month.
Earlier this week saw forensic expert Jonathan Zdziarski disclose what he termed “backdoors” in iOS that could allow for nefarious data collection of information from users’ devices. In addition to an earlier statement denying any underhanded intentions, Apple has also posted a new support document offering a description of the three services highlighted by Zdziarski.
Apple announced its Q3 2014 earnings results on Tuesday. The company brought in $37.4 billion in revenue and made a $7.7 billion in profit for the quarter.
With thirty-four analysts having revealed their predictions, the consensus for what is expected in Apple’s financials report for Q3 is for year-on-year revenue to have gown by 8.5%, and earning should be up 18.1%.
While there is much talk these days about the possibility of Apple releasing a new version of the Apple TV that will also include gaming features, this isn’t the first time Apple’s name has been connected with gaming on your television.
Apple has debuted a new television ad, promoting the MacBook Air. “Stickers” shows off a variety of customized decals placed over the Apple symbol on the back of the notebook.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is asking its partners to manufacture between 70 and 80 million units combined of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 by December.
A video posted on YouTube on Friday shows an alleged iPhone 6 front glass cover being tortured by garnet sandpaper. The glass comes away scratched, suggesting the part is not made of sapphire.
Apple has announced that it will hold its eighth iTunes Festival in London this year. The month-long concert will feature 30 nights of concerts at the The Roundhouse throughout September.
The iPhone 6 hasn’t even been officially announced as of yet, but that hasn’t deterred Chinese clone manufacturer Goophone from already cranking out a fairly decent looking copy.