News tagged ‘iphone’
Friday, 2 Nov 2012
Apple has released iOS 6.0.1 to the public and at the same time also sent out a beta version of iOS 6.1 to developers.
Monday, 24 Sep 2012
According to the interweb, many new and "happy" owners, particularly of the Black & Slate variant, are reporting "dents and scratches along the chamfered edges of their new iPhone right out of the box".
Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
While many have clamored to download and install the latest update, not all compatible devices will be getting the promised 200+ features. We take a quick look again at what iOS 6 offers for the different Apple devices.
Wednesday, 12 Sep 2012
The new standalone YouTube app for the iPhone and iPod Touch is now available on the App Store. According to YouTube, their standalone app is faster, more user-friendly and offers more functionality.
Tuesday, 11 Sep 2012
The lackluster Google Drive app for iOS finally receives a justified update today, one that includes features like document creation, editing and management.
Monday, 10 Sep 2012
In light of the ongoing trial against Samsung, it is rumored that the first batch of the highly anticipated new iPhone (scheduled to be announced this Wednesday) will not use Samsung memory chips.
Friday, 7 Sep 2012
The next-gen iPhone will not be the only device making its mark on the 12th and will be sharing the stage with "a string of new iPods" that includes at least two updated iPod versions and possibly a third, 9to5Mac reports.
Wednesday, 29 Aug 2012
A December hearing is set to consider Apple's request to have an injunction against at least eight Samsung devices, and Samsung's appeal to have the jury's verdict set aside.
Saturday, 25 Aug 2012
Samsung is found to have infringed on Apple's patents and is ordered to pay at least US$1.049 billion in damages. If you think the battle is over, you are wrong. Hit the link to find out more.
Thursday, 16 Aug 2012
Popular photo-sharing social network site, Pinterest, introduces apps for the iOS and Android mobile platforms after opening its doors to the general public as opposed to its former invitation-only policy.