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A report from BGR claims the third beta release of iOS 8 will not occur until July 8th. That would mark a three week timeframe between it and Beta 2, released last week.
If you’re a user of the BBC News iPhone app, you may have noticed a few weird messages pushed to you as breaking new notifications. “Push sucks! Pull blows!” Hackers, right? Nope, just some app testing gone wrong.
Misfit and Pebble have announced a new wearables alliance, coming together in a long-term partnership that begins with the launch of an official Misfit tracking app on the pebble smartwatch. The new Misfit app can be downloaded from the Pebble appstore for free.
I recently had the opportunity to check out VOXOA’s VXH330 wireless stereo headphones. I’ll tell you right up front, these headphones are some of the best sounding headphones that I’ve ever tried in their price range.
You may remember the video we showed you a few days back of the hidden “City Tour” flyover mode in Apple’s Maps app in iOS 8. While that was accessed via hidden debug menus, there is a way for anyone with access to the iOS 8 or OS X Yosemite Maps app to see the tour.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is expanding its 8-inch chip plant to increase its Touch ID sensor output for the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. The company is planning to produce 120 million Touch ID sensors in 2014, a 233% increase since last year.
We have 13 free codes for a copy of Postale to give away, but you’ll have to act fast. These codes expire Tuesday, June 24th, so we’ll be announcing the winners for the codes at noon Eastern time on Monday, June 23rd.
The ultra-simplistic Yo messaging app debuted earlier this year, and has zoomed up the iOS app Store charts, currently sitting at the number five spot. The app, which simply sends a “Yo” message to your contacts, could be putting your personal information at risk.
While mentioned on a slide at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, “Flyover City Tours” wasn’t explored in detail at the event.
iOS 7 Activation Lock Works – Contributed to ‘Significant’ Reduction in iPhone Theft in Three Major Cities
The New York Times reports that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says Apple’s Activation Lock feature, introduced in iOS 7, has led to a “significant” drop in iPhone-related thefts in New York, London, and San Francisco.
A report today says Apple may include a barometric pressure sensor to their upcoming iPhone 6 handset. A barometer is used to measure atmospheric pressure, which can be used to indicate current and future weather patterns, as well as altitude data.
Some MacTrast readers are reporting their device running iOS 8 Beta 2 locks up when they are editing a message in the Messages app and they switch to the Emoji keyboard.
Apple has released beta 2 of iOS to developers. The new beta release comes just over two weeks after the initial beta release of the new mobile operating system at WWDC 2014. The notes for the release only mention bug fixes and improvements as changes in the new beta.
Parallels today announced an update to its Parallels Access app that gives users remote access to their Macs and PCs. Originally only available for the iPad, the new release adds support for the iPhone, and Android phones and tablets.
While most of us use the cables that come with our iOS devices, we will eventually need to replace them because of loss, frayed connections, or from a teething pet chewing through the cable. Do we simply head to the Apple Store and buy another official Lightning cable, or do we go for something different?