Apple’s new iOS 6 Maps app is certainly impressive, but many were disappointed to hear that the new 3D and turn-by-turn directions wouldn’t be available on the iPhone 4. One Russian iOS developer has taken it upon himself to change all that.
According to a report on Thursday from market researcher International Data Corp, the global market for tablet computers is growing at a faster rate than expected, and to no one’s surprise, Apple’s dazzling iPad is leading the pack.
A Surrey, B.C. man is suing Apple for $25,000 after his Time Capsule backup drive crashed, losing what he claims was a year of photographs including those showing the birth of his first child.
After launching a ‘Free App of the Week’ promotion last month, it seems that Apple is continuing in the same vein after registering two domain names, freeonappstore.com and freeonibookstore.com.
According to a new report, Amazon will release a new 7-inch Kindle with a higher resolution screen at the start of the third quarter this year. It will sell for $199, pushing the current model’s price down to $149.
Tomb Raider: Underworld has become only the second Lara Croft game to be released via the Mac App Store after Tomb Raider II, four years after it was released for PC.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is well-known for being rather outspoken on his opinions. This time around, Woz has a few things to say about Siri that aren’t exactly bright and cheery.
Cloud storage service Dropxox has updated their iOS app this morning, adding several new features, such as the ability to automatically upload photos and video from your iOS device!
Rovio has unleashed yet another update to Angry Birds Seasons, bringing 30 new levels of water-logged fun!
As of iOS 6, Apple will require any app that wants to use personal data to request your permission before doing so. This includes, contacts, calendars, reminders, and your photo library. iOS 6 will also include a privacy settings sections where you can manage controls over which apps can have access to your data.
By adding Chinese search engine Baidu to iOS later this year, Apple will get a cut of advertising revenue from the popular website.
If you’ve already gotten your hands on one of Apple’s new Retina MacBook Pros, you’ve probably noticed that many third-party apps look pixelated or blurry. Unfortunately, it may take a while for developers to update them.
Almost predictably, eBay is beginning to fill up with scalpers, offering Retina Display MacBooks for as much as $1,700 more than Apple’s asking price.
The next iteration of Google’s Chrome browser, codenamed Canary, will support the new Retina display Macbook Pro, AnandTech has discovered.
Amazon updated their Kindle app for the iPad on Thursday. The new version adds support for children’s books, comic books and graphic novels purchased for use on the Kindle platform. The update is now available in the App Store.
Despite orders now being estimated at 3-4 weeks dispatch time, the lucky folk who got their orders in early are now receiving their beloved Retina display Macbook Pros.