Hot on the heels of their iOS 8 release, Apple has released updates for its iWork for iOS productivity suite. Numbers, Keynote, and Pages have all been bought up to version 2.4.2
Today is the big day! Apple has released iOS 8, so let’s do a quick run through of updating your iPhone 4S or higher, and iPad 2 or higher device. (iPod touch users: you’ll need a fifth-generation or higher device to make the trip.)
Apple has today released iOS 8 to an adoring public. The download is available to users of an iPhone 4S or later, iPad 2 or later, or fifth-generation iPod touch, or any iPad mini.
The first official reviews of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are flooding in, and tech site T3 provides the first iPhone 6 unboxing video.
Thinking of moving from Android to the iPhone this go-round? Apple has published an online Android to iPhone transition guide. They’re helpers, they like to help.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus won’t be officially available to the public until this Friday, September 19th. However, as usual, a few handsets trickle out here and there, and Korean site UNDERkg has managed to get their hands on both handsets, and they were kind enough to put together some videos showing them off.
Apple has officially begun approving iOS 8-optimized apps for the App Store, however developers are finding that their extensions aren’t working properly in their updated apps.
A new report says Apple’s launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may be delayed in China due to delays in regulatory approvals. The report, from the 21st Century Business Herald [Google Translate], says the Chinese debut of the handsets may not happen until 2015.
Capital One’s next battle cry may be, “What’s in your Apple Pay wallet?” as the major banks fight it out to be the default Apple Pay card in Apple’s new mobile payments system.
Use of the NFC antenna in Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be restricted to Apple’s new “Apple Pay” mobile payments system, and will not be made available to developers.
The Financial Times reported on Friday that Apple will be getting 15 cents for every $100 purchase processed through its Apple Pay mobile payments system.
If you’re one of those that had their entire life ruined by Apple adding U2’s “Songs of Innocence” to your iTunes library for free, your life will soon be back on track, as Apple has created a tool to remove the offending album from your library.
A photo said to be of a document issued by Apple to its retail store staff indicates employees working overnight or morning shifts on Friday, September 19 will be able to reserve an iPhone 6 for purchase later that day, but will not be able to reserve the larger – and likely to be in shorter supply – iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple will reportedly be pre-installing iOS 8 versions of their iWork and iLife suites onto 64GB and 128GB versions of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Analysis by AnandTech suggests that Apple’s new A8 System on a Chip is likely equipped with an Imagination six-core PowerVR Series6XT GX6650.
Apple has announced that first day iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus preorders topped 4 million in the first 24 hours they were available. The amount is double the preorder numbers for the iPhone 5 in 2012.