Apple today released iOS 8.0.2 which I supposed to fix issues caused in the highly criticized 8.0.1 update – which Apple eventually pulled.
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iOS 8 has a new feature called Predictive text that tries to predict the next word you’re going to type. The anticipated word appears above the keyboard.
While the majority of attention is being placed on Apple’s new iPhone and iOS 8 this week, but Apple TV 3rd-gen also received some significant updates.
Apple finally backtracked and is allowing you to remove the U2 album that you never even asked for from your cloud based iTunes account. Here’s how.
Apple announced its smartwatch this week, and Android Wear has been getting popular too. Our question this week is if you care about the smartwatch anyway.
Apple is holding it’s annual event tomorrow to announce the new iPhone 6 models, software (iOS 8), and most likely a watch or some other type of wearable technology.
Apple’s Guided Access feature is unique in that it goes beyond Parental Controls and locks down your iPad to only one app, even buttons are disabled.
Apple released an update for iPad, iPhone and iPods touch (5th gen or higher) that are running iOS 7 this week. It does contains security and bug fixes.
Apple TV owners will see more channels when they fire up the set-top box tonight. The new channels include ABC News, AOL, PBS Kids, and a redesigned Flickr.
Apple held its annual WWDC event on Monday and several things were announced. There’s an update to OS X called Yosemite and the new mobile system iOS 8.
Infinity Blade II is the iTunes free app of the week for Apple mobile and tablet devices. You can find and download the app under the Featured section of the Apple App Store or simply click this link to download on any iOS device. Since its release on 12/1/2011, Infinity Blade II has won multiple […]
Cut the Rope 2, the sequel to one of the most annoyingly addictive games ever to come to a mobile device, is now available to download, and it’s free on Android (sorta).
Office on iPad has been requested for a long time, and the time is now. This week Microsoft unveiled that the popular office suite will now be available for iPad users.
By default, iTunes rips your CDs to average sounding AAC files. Here’s how to make it import your discs to the universally accepted high quality MP3 format.