Following my coverage on Reuters’ report from yesterday that purposes not only the release timeframe for Apple’s highly rumored iWatch, but also the device’s purported features and a few of its sensors, I’ve decided to share a quick interface concept from a MacRumors forum member.
14 Paid iOS Apps That Are Free For A Limited Time: Fruit Ninja, Adobe’s Suite, Living Planet And More (6/20/14)
Today, following our post from yesterday regarding Electronic Art’s “massive” sale, in which the company reduced the price of 55 games to a mere $0.99 each, I’ve decided to share a number of previously paid apps with our readers that have recently been made completely free!
Over the last few months the App Store has seen many interesting apps reaching the top of the charts, a new one being Yo. The simplified networking application allows users to send a message containing only the text “Yo” to anyone that you add on your personal network. That’s it. The app shares a colorful […]
Following iOS 8 beta 2’s recent release on Tuesday, it’s come to my attention that some are claiming Apple is keeping select features and changes in the latest beta “secret” from the public. So, is Apple purposefully hiding iOS 8 beta 2’s modifications from iDevice owners?
It seems like every year new rumors propagate claiming that Apple will release their long-awaited iWatch. Following said rumors, WWDC and Apple’s iPhone and iPad unveiling events all seem to fly by without the purported iWatch in sight and the blogosphere continues to circulate the same stale rumors of an “upcoming iWatch”.
Ensuing yesterday’s report of the Unicode Consortium announcing the addition of 250 new emoji to the forthcoming Unicode Standard (7.0) update, Unicode has officially revealed the characters in a new PDF document.
When looking deep into Xcode 6, 9To5Mac discovered an interesting new framework that hints towards the inclusion of a barometer in next-generation devices, the first of which most likely being the iPhone 6. A barometer is an instrument that measures atmospheric pressure, the information it obtains can be used to calculate altitude, air pressure, temperature […]
Recently, a popular French site by the name of Nowhereelse.fr leaked images of what they’re claiming is a “perfect replica” of the second-generation iPad Air. At first glance, the “replica,” which is likely just a plastic mockup, appears to be nearly identical to its predecessor.