As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple today issued an over-the-air update to iTunes for iPad, bringing the company’s new music discovery service to the device for the first time.
With the introduction of Lion came a slew of new features, of which, Mission Control seemed to stand out the most. Essentially, it makes you iMac look and feel like an iOS device complete with icons, pages and folders. I thought the added 3D effect when calling up Mission Control was awesome, so I set out to try and find a way to bring it to the iPhone without the need for jail breaking. Try this on for size.
Well, it was only a matter of time. After all, Apple now offer gift cards for the iTunes Music Store and the iTunes App Store, it only seems fair that they’d offer gift cards for their iBooks store too, right?
Fring, the popular instant messenger service which also features video calling, on Friday received an update in the form of version 220.127.116.11. The new update adds support for the next version of iOS, iOS 4.2.
9to5Mac today reports via Silicon Alley Insider who claims Cisco – a world leader in networking technologies, has recently hired Apple’s former Senior Vice President of iPhone Hardware, Mark Papermaster.