With the debut of iOS 8, Apple’s mobile operating system now allows the installation of third-party keyboards such as offerings from Swype, SwiftKey, and Minuum. Here’s how to install the keyboards as they become available.
iOS 8 will be released today, and to celebrate, Readdle has announced iOS 8 updates for all of their apps. Many of the apps now boast iOS 8 extensions and iCloud Drive compatibility.
If you’re upgrading to iOS 8 today, you might want to heed this warning from the developers of such popular iOS apps like Clear, DayOne, and Notability: “Don’t Upgrade to iCloud Drive on iOS 8 Until OS X Yosemite is Released.”
Today is the big day! Apple has released iOS 8, so let’s do a quick run through of updating your iPhone 4S or higher, and iPad 2 or higher device. (iPod touch users: you’ll need a fifth-generation or higher device to make the trip.)
Apple has today released iOS 8 to an adoring public. The download is available to users of an iPhone 4S or later, iPad 2 or later, or fifth-generation iPod touch, or any iPad mini.
Sure, we all want the latest and greatest operating system running on our iOS devices, but if you’re the proud owner of an iPhone 4S, you might want to think twice before upgrading to iOS 8.
Flesky and SwiftKey, makers of popular Android gesture-based keyboards, will make their alternative iOS 8 keyboards available today.
Microsoft has announced the Universal Mobile Keyboard, a device agnostic keyboard for use with iOS, Android, and Windows tablets.
If you’ve been interested in fitness trackers, but have been turned off by the high-prices, Misfit may have the tracker for you. The company has just announced what may be the most affordable fitness tracker option we’ve seen so far. The Misfit Flash does everything you’d expect from a fitness tracker, but the Flash’s price may surprise you, just $49.99.
Apple has officially begun approving iOS 8-optimized apps for the App Store, however developers are finding that their extensions aren’t working properly in their updated apps.
Apple’s latest and greatest mobile operating system, iOS 8 will soon hit the streets, and here’s your chance to learn how to develop for Apple’s mobile devices in swift – language that will drive the future of iOS.
The iOS interface we know and (mostly) love has taken years to evolve. This infographic shows how iOS has evolved from its first incarnation, all the way up to the iOS 8 interface, which will be released later this week.
Intel is hoping to lure Apple away Qualcomm to become the Cupertino firm’s supplier for baseband chips in its popular iOS devices, says a report today by The Korea Herald.
If your iPhone or iPad is feeling sticky lately, it might just be from Spider-Man Unlimited, the freemium iOS game featuring your friendly neighborhood web-slinger.
Just ahead of the launch of both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, and the launch of iCloud Drive, Apple has put in place new iCloud storage plans and pricing. Customers can continue to get 5GB of storage free, or can store up to 1TB for $19.99 per month.
One notice that got lost in the shuffle of Tuesday’s big announcements was the release of Apple’s Swift programming language as version 1.0. The Swift team posted the happening on their blog on Tuesday.