John Paczkowski of AllThingsD has confirmed that Apple will include their own new mapping system in iOS 6 – and it’s apparently extremely impressive!
A startup called FreedomPop is offering $99 iPhone case with a built-in 4G WiFi HotSpot and a battery backup for your iPhone, as well as 500mb of free monthly data.
While iPads are normally seen as a fairly pricey option for restaurateurs, they could actually save you money. In the case of the Brooklyn Tap House, they have also added a cool factor to the establishment and made traditional point-of-sale systems a thing of the past
Following the official launch of Creative Cloud this morning, Adobe has also released two new Adobe Touch apps for the iPad: Proto and Collage. The apps are designed to work as companion apps to Creative Suite applications.
We know the iPhone has saved human lives in the past: from blocking bullets to saving someone from diabetes, it’s done it all. However birds? Challenge accepted and completed! The iPhone saved a seemingly dead chaffinch which crashed into a solar panel.
Apple is apparently testing an updated version of iCloud.com, which also contains references to iOS 6. Could we see the first iOS 6 beta at WWDC? At this point, it seems pretty likely.
Apple has dealt another blow to Samsung in their endless legal battle. Apple says Samsung purposefully destroyed documents that would have been advantageous to Apple’s position.
CEO of Flipboard, Mike McCue, says Apple created a “revolution” with its iPad tablet and said the impact of that revolution is still being understood. He credited Apple as having created an opportunity for publishers to bring design and aesthetics to the mobile Web.
Applications using the Dropbox Software Development Kit (SDK) for iOS are being accepted again for the App Store. Apple was rejecting apps using the SDK because of an external purchase option. Dropbox modified its SDK to remove the “Make Account” feature.
VLC, the mother of all open source video players, has just passed the huge 1 billion downloads landmark, with a hundred million of those downloads for the Mac version.
Adobe’s new Creative Cloud program has officially launched this morning, offering full access to the company’s entire Creative Suite 6 lineup of apps for just $49.99 per month (or $29.99 per month for prior Creative Suite owners).
Speculation about Apple’s fabled television set has been rampant, but up until now, the Apple television set has been nothing more than a myth. During a press conference in Shanghai this week, however, the Apple HDTV rumors just moved one step closer to reality.
Apple is preparing to dump Google Maps in favor of their own 3D mapping system in iOS 6. According to the report, the new mapping app is expected to be faster and more reliable, and will likely be demoed at WWDC in June.
Apple has just released a new software update for the Apple TV, bringing the version number up to 5.0.1. The update follows Apple’s recent release of iOS 5.1.1 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
There have been a lot of signs recently suggesting that Apple may be preparing to release Macs with high resolution Retina displays. Today AppleInsider has found even more clues in the form of updated system graphics in Apple’s recent release of OS X 10.7.4.
iOS hacker and jailbreak expert pod2g just announced through Twitter that he has successfully performed an untethered iOS 5.1 jailbreak on the new 3rd-gen iPad.