Today at WWDC Apple has officially announced iOS 8 with improvements and new features like Handoff which allows your iPhone to interact with the OS X Yosimite without even touching it!! iOS 8 also bring the Health app along with interactive notifications. Apple has also introduced smart keyboard features which makes typing on your iOS device much more easier.
iOS 8 also features widgets from third party apps in notification centre. There are tons of new features, stay tuned as the WWDC is still underway. We will bring you all the iOS 8 updates soon.
Ford’s recently departed CEO and President Alan Mulally may have just joined Google’s Board of Directors, but the automobile company is handing its smartphone allegiance over to Apple. A Ford spokesperson tells Bloomberg the automobile manufacturer is positioned to replace its employee BlackBerry smartphones with company-issued iPhones to be used by its global workforce.
“We are going to get everyone on iPhones,” Tatchio said. “It meets the overall needs of the employees bec ... Source: 9to5Mac
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Taiwanese newspaper UDN last Thursday said Apple supplier TPK, which has reportedly been tapped to build parts for Apple's upcoming smartwatch, has “revised” its predictions of a profit spike in the third quarter, pushing back that surge by about three months. According to GforGames (via AppleInsider), which first discovered the UDN report, this pushback could mean Apple’s iWatch is suffering from delays. Apple’s highly anticipated smartwatch, which some are calling ... Source: The Business Insider
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7 hours ago, 11:08am CDT
Mobile healthcareTracking health and fitness on your smartphone is big business these days with numerous companies developing trackers and apps to help you stay on top.The explosion of interest in this market was further highlighted by both Apple and Google earlier this year, as they revealed health related integration in their iOS 8 and Android L mobile platforms.Apple has advanced the technology the furthest with its HealthKit API for developers and Health app, which aims to gather infor ... Source: Tech RadarFull article at: Tech Radar11 hours ago, 8:00am CDT
Reports from within Apple's Asian supply chain (via GforGames) again suggest the company is planning to launch the 4.7-inch iPhone separately from the 5.5-inch model, with the latter model entering mass production in September. This staggered launch would allow Apple to debut the highly-anticipated 4.7-inch iPhone 6 early this fall and then follow with the iWatch and the larger iPhone model later this year. The report claims a December launch for both the 5.5 ... Source: MacRumors
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1 day ago, 8:31am CDT
Not to sound like a hipster, but I signed up for Apple’s software seeding program (cleverly called appleseed)
before OS X Yosemite was even announced. This got me access to pre-release builds of OS X Mavericks, but it also granted me a download of the upcoming version of OS X when it was recently made
available for public beta.
There appear to be signups still available for the beta, so if you’re interested in testing out ... Source: AppleTell
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3 days ago, 9:18am CDT
The iOS 8 update, along with the launch of the iPhone 6, is going to bring a great deal of changes to the way that App settings work on an everyday basis. We have already seen how A ... Source: Apple Balla
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3 days ago, 11:59pm CDT
Beginning with iOS 8 beta 4, Apple is warning owners of iPhoto for iOS that some features won't make the transition to its replacement. Much as with iPhoto on the Mac, users are being migrated over to the native Photos app, which is undergoing an overhaul. When trying to run iPhoto in iOS 8, an error message now appears stating that iPhoto isn't supported; instead people are offered the choice to migrate data to Photos, with the exception of "layou ... Source: MacNN
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4 days ago, 3:04pm CDT
Apple is in the midst of revamping its photo strategy across all its devices, including desktop and mobile, which means halting development on the company’s ancillary photo apps like iPhoto and Aperture and focusing on a single one-size-fits-all solution, which Apple is simply calling “Photos.” While the Photos app is currently being tested by Apple’s retail employees, users testing out the latest beta version of iOS 8 have begun receiving no ... Source: Business Insider
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4 days ago, 2:54pm CDT
The “geek mind” is concerned with more than just the latest iPhone rumors, or which company will win the gaming console wars. I4U is concerned with more than just the latest photo shoot or other celebrity gossip.
The “geek mind” is concerned with life, in all its different forms and facets. The geek mind wants to know about societal and financial issues, both abroad and at home. If a Fortune 500 decides to raise their minimum wage, or any high priority news, the geek mind wants to know. The geek mind wants to know the top teams in the National Football League, or who’s likely to win the NBA Finals this coming year. The geek mind wants to know who the hottest new models are, or whether the newest blockbuster movie is worth seeing. The geek mind wants to know. The geek mind wants—needs—knowledge.