Even as the fall debut of iOS 8 is just a few months away, Apple’s iOS 7 mobile operating system continues to see a growing adoption rate. As of Sunday, 90% of all devices connected to the App Store are running iOS 7.
The latest iWatch rumor is fresh off the rumor mill in the Far East, and this one says Apple will release its wearable device in two screen sizes, 1.6 and 1.8-inches. The larger screen will also offer a sapphire glass option.
It looks as if Apple’s SVP of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue is taking his “cue” from the company’s CEO Tim Cook, as he is now offering a lunch date and a MacBook Air in a charity auction to benefit the National Association of Basketball Coaches Foundation.
A report by The Daily Mail claims Apple may be partnering with fuel cell firm Intelligent Energy to develop fuel cell technology to power future models of MacBooks and other mobile devices.
Apple’s iPad could be behind the previously unexplained allergic rashes in children. The Washington Post cites a case study of an 11-year-old boy, published in Pediatrics medical journal.
Last week, the state-run Chinese media labeled the iPhone’s Location Services feature found in iOS 7 a “national security concern,” citing Chinese researchers that stated the data could lead to security breaches in that country. Over the weekend, Apple officially responded to the charges on its Chinese website.
Apple’s system status page is noting that a small amount of users are experiencing an iCloud Mail outage. Apple reports the outage, which has lasted for over 17 hours, affects approximately 0.1% of all users. 9to5Mac reports that users affected by…
Apple is continuing its efforts to be open about the upcoming Swift Programming Language that will be going live this fall alongside iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. The latest in Apple’s effort to get info out to developers, a new blog covering the language.
Apple on Thursday seeded developers, and those in the AppleSeed program, with a new version of Safari for both OS X Mavericks (Safari 7.1) and OS X Mountain Lion (Safari 6.2). The update includes several upgrades to the WebKit engine that powers the browser.
The Wall Street Journal reports today that Apple is one of 26 companies – others include Coca-Cola and IBM – who have signed on for President Barack Obama’s soon to be announced “SupplierPay” program, designed to aid small businesses.
The Chinese state-controlled media is once more coming after Apple, as a Friday afternoon report from China Central Television has labeled the location tracking features in Apple’s iOS devices as a “national security concern.”
Late Thursday, Apple issued a security warning saying it has blocked old versions of Adobe’s Flash Player from running in Safari. The company cited a recent security flaw that could allow the bad guys to harvest browser data.
Well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revised his estimate of a September date for mass production to begin on the Apple iWatch, instead pushing the date back to mid-to-late November, citing difficulties related to the production of the product.
It was six years ago today that Apple debuted their new App Store. The new store, enabled via iPhone OS 2, and an update to iTunes, opened up the world of third-party apps to users of Apple’s iPhone.
Apple has released iTunes 11.3, which includes several improvements to iTunes Extras, with new features for HD movies. The new content will be automatically added to previously purchased movies for free.
Once again, we hear whispers from East Asia that Apple’s next iPhone will include an advanced vibration unit that will provide various levels of haptic feedback in areas of the handset’s screen.