Posts Tagged ‘Apple’
Yesterday, in addition to seeding OS X Mountain Lion GM (the final version before a public release) to developers, Apple also started accepting Mountain Lion apps into the Mac App Store. According to an email sent out to registered developers yesterday, Apple is encouraging the submission of Mountain Lion apps to the Mac App Store […]
Welcome to the ninety-fifth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the rumored “iPad Mini”, the proposed Amazon smartphone, AT&T’s plans to block stolen devices and more.
According to The Verge, who has received the below image of a leaked internal AT&T document, the carrier will establish a database of stolen phones to prevent them from gaining carrier access.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Amazon is collaborating with Foxconn – Apple’s major manufacturing partner – to produce a smartphone intended to compete with the iPhone and Android-based devices.
In May it was reported that Apple was testing improvements and additions to the web-based desktop version of their iCloud services. Today, Apple has added functionality to the leaked developer portal that was previously discovered (beta.icloud.com).
As announced by Apple over a year ago, prior to the public release of iCloud and iOS 5, their MobileMe web service has officially closed. Customers will no longer be able to store their data and files in Apple’s pre-iCloud remote storage service.
Welcome to the ninety-fourth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the new 3rd-generation iPad giveaway I’m holding, Google’s Nexus 7 tablet, iOS 6 beta 2, Apple’s wireless charging patent and more.
Developed by Apple and demonstrated at the main keynote presentation during this year’s World Wide Developers Conference event, Passbook is a native iOS 6 (Apple’s next major update to their mobile operating system) app that acts as a “virtual wallet”.