Chinese news outlets are reporting that reservations for Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit the two million mark, just six hours after retailers and the nation’s three mobile carriers opened their queues.
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Gizmodo reports that Apple has apparently heard the cries of “WTF?!?!? Where did my Camera Roll go?!?!?” from iOS 8 users, and will likely be bringing it back in iOS 8.1.
Pioneer has become the first company to officially offer Apple CarPlay vehicle integration, announcing the addition of CarPlay support to five of its 2014 model NEX in-dash infotainment receivers.
Twitter for Mac has received a much-needed update, adding support for posting and viewing multiple photos in a tweet, along with the ability to attach photos to a direct message.
When Apple released their new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets, they equipped them with 802.11ac Wi-Fi, which in theory offers connection speeds that are up to three times faster than devices equipped with 802.11n Wi-Fi. iClarified created a custom…
If you’re in the market to buy or sell a used iOS device, Apple has just made things a bit easier for you, as they have released a new browser-based Activation Lock Status tool.
A Samsung executive said on Thursday that the company will begin work on 14-nanometer processors. The company’s semiconductor head Kim Ki-nam said the processors will be for such customers as Apple, Qualcomm, and AMD.
Some folks are reporting issues with their iPhone connecting to their Bluetooth enabled vehicles and other devices following the update to iOS 8. Numerous posts in Apple’s Support Forums complain of ongoing Bluetooth connection issues following the update.
Just a quick FYI for parents, if you’re relying on the Kids section in the App Store to recommend age appropriate apps for use by your tykes, you might want to think twice about that until Apple fixes a bug that is currently causing the wrong apps to be recommended for various age levels.
A new report says Samsung will be the supplier for the display panels Apple will use for their next-generation 9.7-inch “iPad Air 2,” and their much-rumored 12.9-inch “iPad Pro.”
A new report says Apple is planning to offer its next-generation 9.7-inch “iPad Air 2″ in gold. The new color option will be available alongside the usual silver and space grey options.
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Apple has launched a new section in its iTunes Store to allow users to donate to City of Hope, a non-profit charity for the research and treatment of cancer, diabetes, and other life-threatening conditions.
Apple has notified developers that they can begin submitting OS X Yosemite compatible apps to the Mac App Store. The notice came just hours after the company released a Golden Master candidate of Yosemite to developers and the members of public beta.
Pebble isn’t waiting around for Apple’s new wearable to actually arrive on shelves before taking preemptive action, as the company has dropped the price on both models of its popular smartwatches, and is even taking a jab or two at the competition.