If you entered the lottery for the privilege of buying a ticket to Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, (WWDC 2015), you should be receiving an email soon if you won.
While you’ll very seldom face issues that will require you to reboot your iOS device, it’s good to know the option is available to you if the need arises.
While much has been made of the more diverse emoji Apple added to iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3, some users may not know how to easily access them from the iOS or Mac keyboard.
Apple is reportedly readying a November launch for Apple Pay in Canada. The Wall Street Journal reports the Cupertino firm is in negotiations with six Canadian banks for a November launch of the service.
Good news for Halo fans, as not 1, but 2 Halo games have landed in the App Store! Halo: Spartan Assault, and Halo: Spartan Strike, (both $5.99), are now available.
Misfit has updated their iOS app for use with their Shine and Flash activity tracking wearables. New features include a totally revamped design, syncing from the Today Notification Center screen, and more.
A Georgian chess champion has been accused of using his iPod touch to cheat in tournaments. Gaioz Nigalidze hid his device in the restroom during at least one match, using it to analyze the game being played.
If you’re a user of the popular Workflow automation app for iOS, and you have an Apple Watch on pre-order, you’ll be glad to hear version 1.2 of Workflow supports automated actions for the Watch.
Apple on Tuesday announced that ResearchKit, the software framework designed for medical and health research, is now available to researchers and developers.
AgileBits on Tuesday announced an upcoming update to its popular iOS password management app 1Password. The updated app will include Apple Watch support.
Apple on Tuesday announced that its 26th annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held June 8 through June 12 at San Francisco’s Moscone West.
Talks between Apple and China’s state-owned credit and debit card processor UnionPay for a deal to launch Apple Pay services in that country have broken down
Apple on Monday seeded the first beta of iOS 8.4 to registered developers. The beta seed comes five days after iOS 8.3 was released to the public. The new beta introduces a revamped Music app.
It’s taken less than a year for Apple’s Swift programming language to take the top spot as the “most loved” language among developers.
Apple’s iOS 8.3 security settings is preventing file manager and transfer utilities such as iFunBox, iTools, iBackupBot and others from gaining access to app directories on iOS devices.
Payment service provider InstaMed has announced that it is integrating Apple Pay support, making it the first application of Apple mobile payments platform in the healthcare sector.