Last week it was revealed that iPhones can track your location. It was reported that iDevices that use 3G can gather and store your location, and this data could be used to historically track your movements. Apple today attempted to alleviate concerns about tracking and privacy by releasing a Q&A about their tracking service.
TweetDeck today released version 2 of their popular Twitter iPhone app. Version 2.0 is a complete overhaul and includes a brand spanking new design that will make you go “ohhhh, yes, it is shiny”. The app was completely rebuilt and features some great enhancements and intuitive features.
Cydia users were left in the dark for three and a half days as access to the Jailbreak apps directory was restricted by an outage at Amazon’s EC2 cloud computing service. Normal service has since resumed.
The wait is finally over! Ultrasn0w 1.2.2 was today released by the iPhone Dev Team. This update allows you to unlock iOS 4.3.2 on iPhone 4 AND on on iPhone 3GS.
No need to check-in using Foursquare, Gowalla, or Facebook. The Guardian reports of a secret file on iPhones that records your movements and has been doing so for nearly a year!
HBO, home to The Sopranos, In Treatment, Big Love, True Blood, and my new favorite: Treme, is coming to an iPad near you.
Sony’s Crackle app today made its debut on the App Store. The App, available for free but only to US citizens, lets you watch back select free movies and TV shows on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Tinhte today released the above video that demonstrates what seems to be iOS 5 running on a white iPhone 4. Gone is the spotlight search (I never used this feature, did you?), and instead of multitasking comes an expose style page that lists open apps.
The iPhone-Dev Team today released Redsn0w 0.9.6rc13. This release candidate is capable of an untethered Jailbreak on iOS4.3.2 (except for iPad 2).
In another move that advances Apple’s cloud strategy, the company has ended the MobileMe rebate program, according to an internal memo 9to5Mac received.
Square, the innovative and disruptive, payment system add-on for iOS devices has made one giant leap and landed feet first into Apple’s online store.
Garen Meguerian of Phoneinxville, Pennsylvania, is claiming that Apple’s iOS platform allowed his 9 year-old daughter to purchase roughly $200 in virtual goods without permission.
There is an ongoing debate about when Apple will cut the cord, lift up iOS users to the cloud and why they have taken so long to do so.
Apple just issued bug fixes and security updates for iOS today: 4.3.2 for GSM (most of you around the world) and 4.2.7 for Verizon (CDMA).
You read that headline correctly. Live Flash video will soon be available on the iPad as well as any other iOS device.
Apple has quickly pulled a mysterious device name that was, until this morning, showing up in the iTunes App Store. What elusive iOS-supported device is code-named ix.Mac.MarketingName?