TaiG, the jailbreaking team out of China, has released an untethered jailbreak tool for iOS 8.3. The Windows-only tool works with compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.
The Amazon Echo personal assistant device is now available to the general public. The device had for the last seven months been available as an invitation-only purchase. The Echo will be available for $179, and begins shipping on July 14.
Apple has been named a promoter member of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). The Cupertino firm joins existing members Ericsson, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft, Nokia, and Toshiba.
Apple may have caved to Taylor Swift over paying royalties to artists for music streamed during Apple Music’s free three month trial period. However, in a statement provided to The Wall Street Journal, Apple indicates it will pay out less to artists during that period.
Developer Nick Lee has shared a video showing off the nearly two decades old Macintosh OS, System 7.5.5 running on an Apple Watch running watchOS2.
The first CarPlay-enabled Chevrolet vehicle has rolled off the assembly line. The car, a 650HP silver Corvette Z06, has rolled off the production line at the Corvette plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Developer Jackadam has released a “big honkin’ update” for its popular weather app, Dark Sky. The update includes support for the iPhone 6/6Plus barometer to allow crowdsourcing of weather data.
Apple said on Friday that it has rolled out a server-side security update designed to address the concerns of cross-app resource access (XARA) exploits, and is currently working with researchers on additional fixes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says developers are showing more interest in developing for the Apple Watch than they did in developing for the iPhone and iPad at the same stage of their existence.
Apple, in response to concerns that they would not be paying artists during the three-month free trial period the company will offer to Apple Music subscribers, has relented and says it will pay the artist’s during the trial period.
While there are plenty of toy vehicles, drones, and other toys that can be remotely controlled via an iPhone, this video shows off the ultimate toy, a Land Rover, being driven via an iPhone.
Apple has announced that owners of some iMacs that are equipped with a 3 terabyte hard drive may be eligible to have the hard drive replaced free of charge. Apple says the hard drives may fail “under certain conditions.”
Sprint today announced the expansion of its “Slash Your Payment in Half” promotional campaign to its Boost Mobile prepaid wireless subsidiary. Customers of the competing Cricket and MetroPCS prepaid wireless carriers can now lower their monthly payments by switching to Boost Mobile.
The Mineola, N.Y. school district has moved around 75% of its curriculum to the Apple iPad. All students in grades 3 through 9 are involved in the ambitious program.
A new Apple Watch app allows users to monitor the battery level of their iPhone right from their wrist. The new app, called Power, is available for 99 cents in the App Store.
Apple has pulled the original iPad mini from its online store. It has also removed all other references to its original smaller iPad. Refurbished models of the original mini are still available in the Apple Online Store.