Posts Tagged ‘iOS’
Last week, it was reported that Amazon is in the design and development stages of having a smartphone created that will sell at a lower price point than the more popular devices. The company is said to take a similar approach to the one they used when setting the bar for the cheap tablet industry […]
According to GottaBeMobile, the above and below images are pictures of what they’re calling an “engineering sample” of the upcoming next-generation iPhone. While the design certainly isn’t new to the Apple rumors section of the blogosphere, GottaBeMobile claims that this is it: the official design of Apple’s 6th-generation iPhone.
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 […]
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.
Apple has just seeded iOS 6 beta 2 for developers! Please remember that this is a beta build and you need to have your device’s UDID registered with Apple before you can restore to the updated firmware!
Last month, in May, leaked images of Apple’s alleged next-generation iPhone flooded the blogosphere. Aside from a complete design change and an elongated form factor, the proposed upcoming iPhone features a smaller dock connector than its predecessors.
Early this morning, pod2g, renowned iOS hacker and security expert who collaborated with the Chronic Dev Team to create the latest iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak, confirmed that Apple has patched a Jailbreak exploit used by developers that was discovered in 2010 by Comex (Jailbreak wunderkin turned Apple intern).
With this year’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) currently underway, the excitement amongst Apple fanatics couldn’t be higher. The event commenced at 10am PT (1pm ET) with an opening keynote presentation – we’re currently LIVE with complete coverage!