There has been a little confusion about just what Apple’s new all-digital Lightning connector will handle, but that’s been cleared up just a bit. An Apple spokesperson told The Verge that Lightning to HDMI and Lightning to VGA cables “will be available in the coming months.”
Following Apple’s iPhone 5 media event today, the company has now sent out an email to its registered developers asking them to prepare their apps for iOS 6, and the iPhone 5.
The iOS 6 Golden Master that was just released on Apple’s Developer Center adds the brand new panorama mode to the iPhone 4S camera.
After announcing the September 19 public release of iOS 6 earlier today, Apple has now seeded the Golden Master (GM) build of iOS 6 to developers. The Golden Master is the final version of iOS 6 that will ship to consumers.
Apple just officially announced the release date of their new iOS 6 firmware, which will become available to all users on September 19. iOS 6 includes a host of new features, such as vast improvements to Siri, new 3D Maps, Facebook integration, Shared Photo streams and more!
Apple announced a few other new releases today, as along with the much awaited iPhone 5 release, they also announced some major upgrades for their iPod touch lineup.
Apple officially unveiled the iPhone 5 today, and it is a major upgrade for the device. As rumored, the new handset’s features include: a taller display, thinner body, and a glass and aluminum design.
Kuo: New iPod touch to Feature 4-inch Display, 5 MP Camera, Game Controller Abilities, and Multiple Colors!
We all think we know what’s coming in the iPhone announcement, but is the iPod touch going to get any upgrade love? According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo the answer is “Oh Yeah!”
With Apple set to release iOS 6 in the very near future, many of you might be wondering what you need to do in order to prepare for the update. We’ve prepared a few tips to help you out.
Anyone who is into taking photos with their iPhone probably already has an app that takes panoramic photos. Some work OK, and others… Not so much. Now comes word the iPhone 5, and possibly a new iPod touch may support panoramic photos natively.
Following Apple’s decision to remove YouTube as a default app in iOS 6, Google today launched an all-new YouTube app for iPhone and iPod touch to fill the gap. From the YouTube blog: For all you diehard YouTube fans out…
As nice as Dictation is, what happens when you need to insert a symbol, like a dollar sign or an asterisk? Luckily, it’s easy – just speak the actual name of the symbol, for instance “Dollar sign,” “Copyright sign,” and so forth.
Google pushed out a new update to their Google Drive cloud storage app for iOS, adding native Google Docs support, including collaborative editing for documents, better support for presentations, the ability to directly upload photos and video, and more.
A publishing company by the name of “BlueToad” has come forward as the source of the leak of millions of UDIDs for Apple’s iOS devices. While it was initially published that the data came from an FBI laptop, the bureau quickly denied the report.
I’ve just bought a new (used) Macbook Pro so I can run Mountain Lion, which my 2007 Macbook can’t manage. This prompted me to rewatch the Mountain Lion keynote from WWDC yesterday, and realize that Apple has pretty much started down the road of no return. Lion actually marked the start of it: the importation of features from iOS.
What’s the worst way to find apps on the App Store? Looking on the App Store! Searching is a pain in the ass, and the only way you have a prayer of finding an app is if it’s in one of the charts, or you know its exact name. How do you find new and interesting apps to explore? Enter Ooomf.