Apple revealed Monday the new design and features of the iOS 7 that has undergone a major revamp, which is the most radical change since iPhone made its debut in 2007. Aside from the new design courtesy of head designer Jonathan Ive, there is a revamped suite of apps such as Photos, Camera, Calendar and […]
Apple opened the floor at exactly 10AM PDT (1AM Beijing time) for the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this morning in San Francisco, providing the latest in-depth updates on Apple products, innovations and software developments spearheaded by Tim Cook and other executives in a keynote presentation.
Distimo recently published a report examining and analyzing the business models and revenues per download on App Store. Interestingly, in-app purchases now account for an overwhelming 76% of App Store revenue as of February 2013. Loving these in-app purchases? It looks like they are going to stay. Do you think $0.99 worth of app with […]
The integration of mobile applications is not limited to gadgets anymore as BMW adapts Apple genius into its Apple-enabled cars with its ConnectedDrive initiative. BMW, also known as Bayerische Motoren Werke AG features a special option called Apps, integrating iOS software from third party applications for a luxurious entertainment and driving experience. BMW today announced […]
It appears that photo filters and editing options are now anchored to social networking sites. It’s not surprising anymore if Google adapts these features, which are now officially integrated in to the Google Plus iOS application. Google Plus version 4.3.0 comes with new photo editing features, filters, and crop options. The update rolled out on […]
What’s the next step of Apple? Could it be another roll out of an update after the discovery of a passcode security flaw? The iOS 7 rings a bell to the community and all eyes are glued to the fruit company for its next best thing. Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference will happen in a […]
Walmart announces its expansion to the Scan and Go pilot program, allowing the shoppers to scan and pay items at self-checkout counters using the iPhone to more than 200 stores. The Scan & Go program, which commenced near Walmart’s home office of Bentonville, Ark., last year, currently runs in about 70 stores across the United […]
The news about the Latest iOS Software Update Blocking the Evasi0n Jailbreak ended the jailbreak craze in the iOS community. Six weeks of freedom – more than 40 days – it appears that another loophole was found in the iOS 6.1.3.
Apple has released iOS 6.1.3 to fix the lockscreen passcode vulnerability that was discovered last month and widely reported by the press. According to the release note, the update also brings improvements to Maps in Japan. For regular iPhone and iPad users, you can simply go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to upgrade […]
Theo Rowland-Fry, an eight-year old boy, goes in spotlight as he accidentally racks up £1,000 using the family iPad from the in-app purchases. His parents thought he was just playing the Simpsons game – until a recent bank statement showed the credit card charges. Few weeks ago, a five-year-old kid in Britain accidentally splurged on […]
Twitter acquired the music discovery service We Are Hunted last year. New reports say the social networking site is preparing to roll out a standalone music app built on its recent acquisition. The app, to be called Twitter Music, could be released on iOS by the end of this month, according to a person familiar […]
“Apple is too unfriendly to third party-browsers,” says Mozilla Vice President Jay Sullivan at South by South West Conference, and Mozilla Firefox is not coming to iPhones and iPads unless Apple loosens its third-party browsers’ restrictions. Apple Insider said, “CNET reported Sullivan’s comments, which came at a South by Southwest Interactive panel on Saturday. Sullivan […]
PayPal launches its next generation developer tools and support for mobile payments at the SXSW (South by Southwest, Inc.) 2013, featuring a new mobile SDK to make it easier for developers to accept payments in iOS apps.
Software giant Microsoft and South Korean conglomerate Samsung Electronics try to patent Apple’s “Pinch and Zoom” concept, which was popularized (and patented) six years ago on mobile devices, particularly with the introduction of iPhone. It’s understandable why Google, their ecosystem and even Microsoft would love this patent to be invalidated, because it’s one of those […]
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