Apple to Chinese TV company: Apple has never worked with any government agency from any country to create a backdoor in any of our products or services. We have also never allowed access to our servers. And we never will. It’s something we feel very strongly about.
Jul 13 2014, 2:11am CDT
The next iPhone could unlock at home and change settings on the fly
Jul 5 2014, 12:30am CDT
According to our sources, Apple is nearing the end of the beta testing cycle for iOS 8. We are told that the company plans to seed iOS 8 beta 5 to developers on August 4th, and a final version of the OS, iOS 8 beta 6 on August 15th. After that we most likely are going to have a lull of several weeks until Apple is ready to release the iOS 8 GM (this is the final version, barring any unforeseen emerge ...
Full article at: BGR
1 day ago, 10:13am CDT
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
iOS 8 beta 4 includes new Tips app with quick feature tutorials (Gallery) — iOS 8 beta 4 brings a new app to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch called Tips. The application, as the name implies, provides quick tips and tutorials about iOS features. The app will be updated on a regular basis with new ways to use iOS de ...
Full article at: Techmeme
3 days ago, 4:15pm CDT
Apple today released the fourth beta of iOS 8, which brings a number of improvements, changes, and bug fixes to the beta software that was first introduced on June 2. iOS 8 beta 4 includes several minor interface tweaks and modifications that make the beta feel both faster and more polished. We've gathered up a comprehensive list of the enhancements that have been bundled into the release below, and to find out about all of the under-the-radar tweaks in iOS 8 so far ...
Full article at: MacRumors
3 days ago, 12:45pm CDT
A couple years ago during a performance at the New York Philharmonic, an iPhone alarm interrupted a performance of...
Jul 4 2014, 2:25am CDT
A user on the MacX forum [translation] claims to have gotten his hands on a part from the upcoming iPhone 6 that features the data and audio connectors, as well as one of the device’s microphones. The source of these photos? According to the poster:
Source is one of my junior high school classmates, he never phones in Shenzhen, the manufacturing industry a few years, I did not ask him where to come
Given the fact that this is ...
Full article at: 9to5Mac
6 days ago, 9:45pm CDT
Apple is opening up the camera’s API to developers
Jun 21 2014, 9:31am CDT