Google Chairman Eric Schmidt made some interesting comments about Google Maps for iOS last night, noting that he thinks Apple should have stayed with Google Maps, and that Google has not submitted a new native Google Maps app to the App Store.
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You’d think that logically, those who have gotten their hands on one would want to love and cherish it like the functional art that it is, right? Wrong! Some people prefer to glue them to the ground!
For those of you that aren’t thrilled with Apple’s new Maps app in iOS 6, and don’t feel like waiting for Apple to “fix” it, we’ve got a tip that just might come in handy! You can still use Google Maps on your iOS right now, and even create an icon for it on your home screen!
Apple assembler Foxconn reopened their factory in China Tuesday after a riot by workers that highlighted tensions at the plant that labor groups said were worsened by the pressure of the launch of Apple’s new iPhone 5.
If you’re worried about how iCloud services like Find My [insert Apple device here] will work, then worry not, at least if you’re using it in your browser. A picture published on Imgur clearly shows that the maps are still powered by Google when accessed via iCloud.com.
Apple’s latest acquisition, fingerprint sensor maker AuthenTec, is reportedly causing a “state of panic” as it has notified customers that it will not be offering its security technology to customers starting in 2013. Firms are scrambling to find replacements for the company’s technology.
Apple’s attempts at Maps have been met with criticism and despair, but Apple co founder said in an interview with ZDNet that he didn’t think the problems were ‘severe’, even though he admitted disappointment at the app.
“Where’s my iPhone 5?” The plea resounds throughout the land. What’s causing the delay? Why don’t you have your “precious” in your hot little hand? We might have an answer. It seems the complexity of the new device’s advanced in-cell display may be giving the manufacturers fits…
9to5Mac reports on an email exchange between a 9to5Mac reader and Apple marketing VP Phil Schiller, with Schiller noting that, oddly enough, aluminum can be scratched. Shocking!
Apple’s new iPhone 5 is seeing record-breaking sales, and the new Lightning connector and adapter accessories are in short supply, with both products showing October shipping dates on the online Apple Store. What is causing the shortage?
Following Samsung’s recent $1 billion court loss to Apple, Samsung now claims that the trial was unfair, and that the jury used outside information not approved by the court to make their decision.
While often overlooked, the free user guide published by Apple for every new version of iOS and iPhone is an incredibly useful resource, especially for novices. And this year’s is no different, offering 365 pages of iPhone 5 goodness for you to read.
According to a tweet by Sparrow CEO Dom Leca, however, Sparrow for iPhone will indeed be getting one last update for iPhone 5 compatibility.
It’s always been the accepted belief that Apple’s iOS platform was the best way for developers to monetize apps by far. Now, that’s all changing thanks to the greater diversity of app monetization strategies.
Swiss national train operator SBB announced Friday that it is to meet with Apple representatives after the tech giant used its famous clock design without permission on a new application for the iPad and iPhone.
We can all exhale now, as Consumer Reports has released their “first look” at the new iPhone 5, calling it a “notable improvement” over the iPhone 4S, but criticizing Apple’s new iOS 6 Maps applications as being not up to par.