Neil Young has been working on his high-fidelity digital music player Pono for awhile now, and the project is finally starting to bear some fruit, even if it is fruit of the pre-order Kickstarter variety.
While it should basically be common sense for jailbreakers to avoid upgrading to the latest version of iOS until the “coast is clear,” Apple’s highly anticipated release of iOS 7.1 this morning makes us think this warning bears repeating. Noted…
Another update in a busy Apple update day sees the Apple TV getting its software updated to version 6.1. The update adds a most-welcome feature that allows users to hide unwanted channel icons form the main screen without needing to visit the Parental Controls menu.
Apple had a busy day today, as in addition to iOS 7.1, they also released a new version of their Remote app for iOS. The update, version 4.2, allows users to browse previously purchased movies and TV episodes from the iOS app for playback on the Apple TV.
Apple has expanded their in-store iPhone trade-in to Canada. A customer can trade-in their iPhone 3G or newer for a gift card that can be applied toward the purchase of a new iPhone.
Apple has released iOS 7.1 to the general public. The update is the first major update to the mobile operating system since iOS7′s release in September.
Apple iPhone 5s Soon to Account for 20% of all iPhones, iPhone 5c Growth Remains Excruciatingly Slow
Analytics firm Mixpanel reports that Apple’s iPhone 5s is almost to the 20% mark in overall iPhone marketshare, and will soon pass the iPhone 4S. Sadly, the iPhone 5c hasn’t fared as well, and appears to be stuck at a 6% share.
It was reported last month that Samsung’s low yield numbers had caused it to drop out of production for Apple’s A8 series chips that will be used in upcoming iOS devices. Now comes a conflicting report out of Korea that Samsung WILL be producing a share of the A8-series chips in their Austin, Texas plant.
Apple has added a new iTunes Festival Channel to the Apple TV lineup. The new channel includes information on every act, and their performance times.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.
As a special weekend treat, MacTrast has teamed up with friend of the site and contributing review writer Chris Rauschnot (@24k), to give away five codes for Machinarium for iOS.
Hungarian freelance designer Gábor Balogh has come up with an elegant design for a smartwatch that looks like it could deliver the features most of us want in a smartwatch, while allowing it to remain a stylish watch.
Pebble has announced a trio of new app partners for its popular smartwatch platform. Official apps from eBay, Evernote, and Time Warner Cable are now available in the Pebble app store.
Apple maintained its spot as the number one smartphone maker in the U.S. Meanwhile, Google’s Android held onto its spot as the overall top smartphone platform.
Watch This Short Video Clip of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s Meeting With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
The official YouTube page of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has posted a video of the Prime Minster’s meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company’s Cupertino headquarters on Wednesday.
Apple has updated its iTunes Festival to version 5.0, just ahead of the SXSW iTunes Festival, which is set for kickoff next Tuesday, March 11th. Oh, and it doesn’t require iOS 7.1 to work.