Monthly Archives: December 2001

Video: Top 20 iOS 8 Features

Apple unveiled iOS 8 with major new features and improvements such as Interactive Notifications, QuickType, support for third-party keyboards and lots more. We’ve already given you a sneak peak at some of the top iOS 8 features using the photo gallery. Continue reading → Read the original post by iPhoneHacks

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New iPad Air with 8MP camera, A8 chip reportedly enters production this month

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How to get a Gmail loading indicator across iOS 7 [Jailbreak Tweak]

If you’ve ever used the Gmail app on iPhone or iPad, you have probably seen the circular, rainbow loading indicator that is displayed when the service is fetching new mail or other tasks. But even if you haven’t, now you can. iOS developer Nick Papagiorgio has created a simple jailbreak […] Read the original post […]

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iWork beta apps now remember the last document edited in iCloud, plus more in new update

Apple has officially made an update for their iWork apps available to make working in iCloud much easier. Including Pages, Keynote and Numbers, the update brings plenty of well-needed changes. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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MLB enters phase two with iBeacon, will support interactive ballpark attractions

Apple’s iBeacon, which launched at the end of 2013, set up a whole new way for iOS-based devices to interact with locations around them. Major League Baseball was one of the first to utilize the technology inside ballparks, and now they’re reportedly entering Phase Two. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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iPhone 6 leak showcases the reported LCD shielding and Home button bracket

The leaks continue for the iPhone 6, as we inch ever closer to the expected September launch date. This time around, a new photo gives us a real clear look at what the LCD shielding for the iPhone 6 could look like, as well as the Home bracket for good […] Read the original post […]

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iXY microphone from Rode will now connect to your iOS device with a Lightning cable

Back in 2013, Rode announced the first microphone for iOS-based devices, the iXY microphone. Now, in mid-2014, the company has unveiled a brand new iXY microphone, and this one’s geared towards newer model devices. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Amazon testing $9.99/month ‘Kindle Unlimited’ ebook subscription service

Amazon is testing a monthly subscription payment model for Kindle ebooks called “Kindle Unlimited” that lets users pay $9.99 monthly to access any of Amazon’s 600,000 titles and audiobooks. Continue reading → Read the original post by Jason

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Apple patent filing suggests future iPhones could detect changes in user behavior

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has published a new patent filing on Thursday for an Apple invention that relates to notifications being generated based on changes in user behavior. It is possible that Apple could use this technology in a future iPhone so that the smartphone can recognize when […] Read the original post […]

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Apple believed to have sold up to 40 million iPhones last quarter, new report suggests

Announced at the end of June, Apple will hold its third quarter earnings call on July 22. It will be at that time that Apple officially provides the sales numbers for their many devices, with most eyes tuned to the iPhone. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Apple Campus 2 continues to progress rapidly, perimeter walls getting closer to completion

When a giant spaceship starts to get built in your area, you tend to take notice. For Apple’s Campus 2, a lot of eyes are following along with the large building’s construction. In the latest aerial shot of the site, it looks like quite a bit of work has been […] Read the original post […]

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Siri report card from analyst Gene Munster indicates distinct improvement over the years

When Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S, they included Siri to make the “S” variant of their popular device stand out. Since then, the digital personal assistant has seen plenty of improvements to make the feature more helpful. A new report wants to show just how much better Siri is doing […] Read the original post […]

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iPad web traffic increases to 78% in U.S. and Canada, according to new Chitika report

Chitika’s reports are generally a good way to get a glimpse of what usage is like for many devices, including Apple’s tablets. In their newest report, the iPad has reportedly seen the biggest year-over-year usage share gain since 2013. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Apple acquired 29 companies since fiscal 2013, five of them in 2014

Today, Apple officially announced their third quarter 2014 earnings, and afterwards the company took part in a earnings call to go over the specific details. During the call, Apple’s CEO highlighted an interesting number of acquisitions for the company. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan Selleck

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Steve Jobs wanted secure, shared and free Wi-Fi to be the norm for everyone

Walt Mossberg of Re/code has penned a call for “open, shared home Wi-Fi,” and he’s done so with the help of Steve Jobs, as he recounts a conversation about the iPhone, and a dream to have secure, shared and free Wi-Fi be the norm for everyone. Continue reading → Read the original post by Evan […]

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