iOS

iOS 8

What to Expect from Apple’s iOS 8.1

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Last week, numerous publications (including Ars) reported seeing references to iOS 8.1, 8.2, and 8.3 in their site analytics pages. iOS versions 5, 6, and 7 only saw one major point update apiece during their respective lifespans, so evidence of three different updates being tested simultaneously just weeks after the release of iOS 8.0 came […]

iOS 8

Less Than 50 Percent of iDevices Are on iOS 8

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There are a lot of new desirable consumer-facing features in iOS 8, but it appears that iPhone and iPad users aren’t upgrading to the new version at the same rate Apple has enjoyed before. According to Apple’s own stats on its developer site, only 47 percent of iOS devices visiting the App Store are running […]

iOS Remote

A New Apple Patent Hints at the Future of the iOS Remote

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An Apple patent application published Thursday describes a next-generation iOS Remote app system capable of translating the Apple TV’s UI to smaller format iPhone and iPad screens, while streaming back external content like movie trivia from those same devices. As filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple’s patent application for “Browsing remote content […]

iOS 8

Report: Apple is Bringing the Camera Roll Back in iOS 8.1

Apple customers freaked out last month over a change in Apple’s new mobile operating system, iOS 8. Now, it looks like Apple has listened to the feedback. iOS 8 removed “Camera Roll,” the album where every photo taken with an iPhone is stored. Photos were instead sent to a new folder named “Recently Added.” While […]

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – October 2, 2014

Now that iOS 8 has been out for a while, you’ve had plenty of time to find new features that you like – but probably also some new features you hate. Don’t worry, though – a bunch of the new features Apple added can be easily disabled. Hate seeing those contact bubbles when you swap […]