iOS

  • Apple Music Tops 11 Million Subscribers; iCloud Reaches 782 Million

    Apple Music Tops 11 Million Subscribers; iCloud Reaches 782 Million

    At the beginning of this year, Apple Music had surpassed 10 million subscribers, according to a report from the Financial Times. Now, Apple SVP Eddy Cue has confirmed this figure. In fact, he gave a more precise number – the company has just passed over 11 million subscribers, he says. This tidbit and more were revealed on John Gruber’s “The Talk Show” podcast where Cue… Read More

  • Microsoft’s New App “Fetch!” Tells You What Kind Of Dog You Are (And It Can ID Your Dog, Too)

    Microsoft’s New App “Fetch!” Tells You What Kind Of Dog You Are (And It Can ID Your Dog, Too)

    Even Microsoft’s new image recognition app has no idea what kind of dog I have. Oh well! If you don’t own a mixed-breed mutt saved from the kill shelter, however, you might have fun with the company’s latest Microsoft Garage project: Fetch!, a new iPhone app that looks at photos of dogs to identify its breed. Or, in the case when it can’t make an exact match, the app… Read More

  • Square’s Latest Reader Available At Apple

    Square’s Latest Reader Available At Apple

    Square’s latest payments reader is coming to an Apple store near you, the company tells TechCrunch. The devices will retail for $49 and be available online and in-store throughout the U.S. Launched last fall, Square’s new contraption is NFC-enabled and works with Apple Pay. Now the standard in many countries, it accepts EMV chip cards, which are more secure than credit cards… Read More

  • March 15th Apple Event For iPad, Small iPhone, Some Apple Watch Stuff Is A Go

    March 15th Apple Event For iPad, Small iPhone, Some Apple Watch Stuff Is A Go

    Back when I reported on whether we would see a full new ‘Apple Watch 2.0’ in March (still no), I mentioned that a March event from Apple could still happen — and that likely releases would be an iPad and smaller iPhone. At the time, the event was in a state of flux, according to a couple of sources — basically in a holding pattern that depended on what hardware was… Read More

  • Riffsy’s David McIntosh On Why GIFs Are A Language

    Riffsy CEO David McIntosh doesn’t think GIFs are a novelty — he thinks they’re the harbinger of a new form of communicating emotion over the Internet. “The beauty of GIFs is if someone texts you ‘what’s up,’ you might send back ‘hey, I’m ok’ and people might think something’s wrong,” McIntosh says. “Or you can… Read More

  • KnowMe Is A New App For Making Better Videos On Your Phone

    KnowMe Is A New App For Making Better Videos On Your Phone

    After more than a year in development, KnowMe, a new video creation and sharing platform, is launching on the iPhone. The app was created by Andrew Jarecki, the Emmy-winning and Academy Award-nominated filmmaker behind The Jinx, Catfish, and Capturing the Friedmans. KnowMe was designed from the ground up to give its users access to video editing technology that would feel less complicated… Read More

  • Apple’s First iOS App Development Center In Europe Will Be Located In Italy

    Apple’s First iOS App Development Center In Europe Will Be Located In Italy

    Apple is opening an iOS App Development Center in Naples, Italy. The facility will be the first of its kind in Europe as the U.S. company explores ways to nurture mobile app developers and talent of the future from the region. The center is designed, as the name suggests, to be a place where aspiring app developers can receive training and mentorship to develop their skills and ability… Read More

  • Apple Releases iOS And OS X Updates With Bug Fixes And Performance Improvements

    Apple Releases iOS And OS X Updates With Bug Fixes And Performance Improvements

    Apple just released two software updates for Mac, iPhone and iPad. These are minor software updates focusing mostly and bug fixes, security fixes and performance improvements. On the Mac, OS X 10.11.3 fixes a bug with external 4K displays and a handful of security holes. As for iOS 9.2.1, it includes similar security fixes. Unfortunately, this release doesn’t fix the battery meter bug. Read More

  • The Accessibility Of The iPhone 6s Crunch Network

    The Accessibility Of The iPhone 6s

    With each passing year, Apple releases a new iPhone. And with each passing year, I’m faced with the question of upgrading. On one hand, I want to be practical and save money. My phone still works great and runs the latest version of iOS without limitation, so it’s not imperative that I upgrade. On the other hand, the nerd in me wants the new phone for all the new functionality… Read More

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