Today Apple announced that their App Store has reach another incredibly impressive and rather astonishing milestone since its launch in 2008. Surpassing over 40 billion unique downloads, excluding “re-downloads and updates”, nearly half of the App Store’s total downloads took place in 2012 alone – in March of 2012, the total downloads exceeded 25 billion.
Early yesterday morning, popular iOS security expert and hacker pod2g tweeted a link to a Twitition that was created by @flawlessfox (the founder of JailbreakCon). Twitition is essentially a site that individuals can utilize to quickly and easily create and share petitions. In the case of flawlessfox, the petition, which is branded with the “WeWantAnOpeniOS” […]
As recently reported by The China Times, a popular Chinese news site, Apple may be planning to adopt screens that utilize “Touch on Display” technology for iPhone. The display panels are said to be in the testing phase at the moment and will hopefully be ready for implementation in their next-generation iPhone.
According to a recent report from TheNextWeb, an iOS app developer came across something rather intriguing in their app logs: references to both iOS 7 and the next iPhone. Both the future firmware and the next-generation iPhone are far from release, as iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 were released just a few short months […]
With Apple’s latest iOS 6 firmware installment release, 6.0.2, which is exclusive to the iPhone 5 and iPad mini, they effectively fragmented iOS as a whole. While there have been iOS releases in the past specifically for certain iDevices, Apple typically releases another new firmware to unify the iOS platform. In the case of 6.0.2, […]
Today, DigiTimes reports that Apple has already informed various Taiwan-based suppliers that both the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air product lines will be revised for a launch in June, 2013. Due to the fact that the last update made to the MacBook Air was in June of 2012, DigiTimes’ information appears to, at the very […]
Months ago, in June, I reported on an intriguing project with vast potential that had finally made its way to the Mac in the form of an Alpha applications. The name of the project? BlueStacks. Initially promising to bring Android apps to Windows and OS X, the alpha iteration of the application was incredibly limited: […]
According to a recent report from DigiTimes, Apple may currently be assessing the logistics of implementing advanced IGZO displays across their iPad, iPad mini and iPhone product lines for 2013.