Marco Arment, creator of the popular tool – Instapaper, designed to allow the saving of web pages for later reading on a number of connected mobile devices, discovered an all-too-familiar issue with his new iPad mini on Thursday.
Apple has this morning seeded the first beta of its upcoming update for OS X Mavericks to the ADC. OS X 10.9.1 (Beta 1) will make the next minor upgrade to Apple’s Mavericks operating system, and specifically focuses on three main parts of the OS: Mail, Graphics Drivers and VoiceOver.
Alongside pushing a new version of iOS out onto the wires, tonight, Apple has also sent live a new version of its Apple TV software. The update is available for both the second and third-generation Apple TV, and is thought to include a number of fixes relating to account management.
Apple has tonight released a new version of its iOS operating system to the public. Considered a minor update, iOS 7.0.4 is said to bring with it a number of fixes and improvements, including one specific fix that addresses instances where ‘FaceTime’ calls may fail for some users.
Google just updated its “Transparency Report,” showing how many requests the company actually receives for information about its users. But, don’t get too excited. Just like Apple, Google can’t legally share the full picture with everyone. Concerned? – Don’t worry … because Google thinks it’s concerning, too.
The latest from the brilliant mind of comedy director, Edgar Wright (“Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz”), The World’s End stars both Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, reliving a teenage pub crawl that might just lead to … the end of the world as we know it.
Over the past week, a number of notable app updates have been pushed out to the iTunes App Store. Some of these updates are not worthy of mentioning all by themselves, so we went ahead and collated the changelogs for each app version — complete with direct store links. Hit the break for the full list.
Well, that’s debatable. But the organisation does appear to be hosting a live-udpating chart of available stock for the company’s new iPad mini with Retina display. The chart, highlighted by our friends at MacRumors, is similar to another chart which was hosted by the folks over at Apple-Tracker.com — that is, before Apple (allegedly) shut the site down.
Breaking away from its usual retail roll-out traditions, Apple today launched its second-generation iPad mini – (all-but silently) – through both its online store, its many physical retail stores, and select third-party stockists. First announced on October 22, the company said that the device — which now features a “Retina” display, and the faster and more capable “A7” processor — would hit shelves in “late November,” but had failed to share an exact date as to when the device would become available to buy.
Well, Apple (finally) came through. Announced by the company as still sitting in the App Store review process, on November 6, the update which will enable full iOS notification support for Pebble smartwatch owners running iOS 7 (or later) — alongside activating Buetooth LE (“low energy”) notifications on those devices which support this feature – is now available for download on the App Store.