Monday afternoon saw Apple release the fourth beta of iOS 7.1 to developers. While the new release focused on bug fixes and behind the scenes improvements, there were a few visual tweaks to the interface.
Apple Reportedly Readying iOS 7.1 Beta 4 Release to Developers As Soon as Tuesday (UPDATED: It’s Out!)
A Monday report from BGR says Apple may be close to releasing iOS 7.1 Beta 4 to developers, perhaps as soon as Tuesday. The new beta is reportedly already in the hands of testing partners.
Nintendo’s horrendous 2013 Wii U sales numbers may finally have pushed the company to make the move that so many iOS users have been longing to see – The company may finally move into the smartphone games market.
This smooth Romeo shows us all how as he uses a new iPhone and Siri to propose to his girlfriend on her birthday. She never had a chance…
It appears Google is planning to “Chromote” control your computer via your iOS device sometime in the near future.
Starbucks, who makes their coffee the same way I like my women – strong and bitter – has released an updated version of its iOS app in response to reports that the app was storing customers’ information in unencrypted format.
Coffee chain Starbucks is taking fire over a revelation that their iOS payment app stores customers’ login information in plain text. The good news is that any exploit of the vulnerability would require physical access to your device.
Google has released the Google Play Movies & TV app for iOS. The app will allow iPad and iPhone users to watch the TV shows and movies they have purchased via Google Play. The app will also allow users to stream said movies and TV shows to their Chromecast device.
Portrait videos, the scourge of the Internet. This threat is even more dangerous than the NSA overstepping it boundaries, and it must be stopped in our lifetime! OK, I got a little overwrought there, but seriously, can we stop it with the portrait orientated videos?
Developers that are finding it a tough row to hoe when attempting to profit financially from their mobile apps now are only going to find it even tougher in the years to come, says a Gartner forecast.
The third beta of iOS 7.1 includes a feature to allow users to delete unwanted over-the-air files that are automatically downloaded whenever an iPhone is connected to a power source.
You know you’ve wanted to fly through outer space with RS-D2 along for the ride. Well, tis may be as close as you’ll ever come, but it’s still pretty damn cool…
It turns out Siri hates moviegoers who try to text in a theater just as much as the rest of us. Well, in the world of the Alamo Drafthouse, at least.
PAC-MAN, the classic dot-gobbling maze game from Namco Bandai, has been named App of the Week in Apple’s App Store, and will be available FREE for the next week.
Apple continues to give away freebies via its Apple Store app, and this time they want to help you keep that New Year’s resolution you made about getting in better shape. (Yeah, you remember that one…)
Chinese electronics and appliance maker Haier is the first in its industry to announce a smart appliance with Apple’s Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad (MFi) certification. The company made the announcement at CES 2014.