Ivo Mynttinen, a 21-year old designer who is currently located in Nuremberg, Germany has published a great feature to his personal blog, this week, which aims to detail the super-small (but important) design changes Apple is set to deploy for designers with the public release of iOS 7, in the …
A new set of high-quality photos allegedly said to pertain to the production and manufacture of Apple’s “Champagne”-coloured iPhone, would initially appear to back up the WSJ’s claims of the shade of colour chosen by the Cupertino company having an element of “elegance.”
Apple has released a boatload of new goodies for registered Mac developers, this morning. The updates available include; brand-new versions of OS X Mavericks, OS X Server, Apple’s own ‘Remote Desktop’ software – (and more). We’ve got all the details after the fold.
Apple Confirms It Will Stream iTunes Festival 2013 To Apple TV – [UPDATED: App Now Live On Apple TV]
Although the company has streamed the 30-nights of free music event to its Apple TV set-top box in the past, Apple had (up until this point) not yet confirmed whether this year’s event — set to be headlined by Lady Gaga – would get the same live-streaming treatment.
As we inch ever closer to Apple’s (all-but confirmed) September 10 media event, speculation surrounding whether or not the company will unveil its long-rumored “wrist-worn” device at the keynote, is rising significantly.
YouTube‘s official client for iOS is updating to version 2.0 tonight. Considered a major update to the mobile video client, (and bringing with it a well-needed refresh to its homescreen icon), the latest update to the app now includes the ability for users to continue watching the video they already …
We’re not exactly sure “gimmicks” are the way for Apple to go at this point, considering that the Californian company is running low on major hardware updates as it is, this year.
The long-awaited biopic “Jobs,” – featuring Ashton Kutcher as the late Apple CEO and Chairman, and which became available to watch at 2,381 locations across the U.S, over the weekend, has reportedly disappointed the movie’s distributor Open Road Films with its initial takings of just $6.7 Million.
HeroCraft Mobile Games just got in touch to give us the heads-up on their new partnership with Games Workshop® Group PLC. The deal between the two studios will see HeroCraft able to bring massive-multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), Warhammer® 40,000® – to iOS.
Seemingly breaking away from its fortnightly seeding schedule, Apple has this morning seeded iOS 7 (Beta 6) to developers.
Receiving what it claims is its “biggest update yet,” Touchbyte’s photo and video-transfer app – PhotoSync – just updated to version 2.0.
The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple is throwing his own (often, “clued-in”) opinion out on that report from The Wall Street Journal, which broke over the weekend, offering his usual “Yep” response to the publication’s claims that Apple will hold a special media event – on September 10.
Brought to us by the co-founders of video-sharing site, YouTube, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen are this week launching their video recorder (and editor) app – MixBit – on the iTunes App Store.
FireCore’s video player app – Infuse – is updating this week with support for Apple’s “AirPlay” API. You may remember at the end of May we took a closer look at Infuse, right after the app was updated with the ability to either pause (or resume) playing videos using Apple’s …
Continuing its aggressive seeding schedule, and following the impromptu disruption the recent “hacking” of the Developer Center caused to this, Apple has this week seeded the fifth beta of iOS 7 to developers. The new update is said to contain some minor visual improvements to the OS’s main ‘Settings’ panel, …
Alert: Radioactive Water Spewing From Fukushima, Considered “Emergency.” Here’s How To Track Radiation Levels.
Reuters has published an exclusive, (and potentially alarming), report on Japan‘s ‘crippled’ Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, this morning, with the plant’s operators reporting the spewing of “radioactive water” into the ocean.
Set to land on the App Store tomorrow (August 6), Iconical is a new offering for iOS that will take advantage of the URL protocols for over 14,000 supported apps to allow the customisation of your homescreen icons, without the need to jailbreak your device.
If you happen to be in the professional industry, (and you deal with audio as your day job), you may want to check out the latest offering from indie developer and audio enthusiast, Ruben Nine.
The Apple Store app has received a remote update, this weekend, adding a feature section for exclusive FREE content available from the iTunes Store.
Meet “XKeyscore.” The NSA System That Can Collect Everything You Do On The Internet. (Literally) – [UPDATE: VIDEO]
If you thought the U.S government‘s classified “Top Secret,” (and now, partially-declassified), P.R.I.S.M. program was scary in its potential and reported data-collection abilities, it has nothing on its brother: XKeyscore.
Following the return of the Developer Portal over the weekend, Apple has this evening (finally) seeded the fourth beta of iOS 7 to developers of the ADC.
Wireless networks are all around us, today. In fact, you can’t go but 4-yards in the city without being near somewhere which has “Wi-Fi” access to the Internet. But, it wasn’t always this way …