App Store goes down worldwide

July 21, 2012

As of right now Apple’s App Store is down in many parts of the world. Users from all over the world are complaining on social networking websites that they are not able to connect to the App Store to purchase or download an app. This outage however seems to only affect the iOS App Store, [...]

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Apple sends email to developers regarding in-app purchase fraud

July 20, 2012

Following the recent drama related to free downloads of in-app purchases, Apple is now sending an email to developers who have apps in the App Store. The email sent to developers is regarding the in-app purchase receipt validation. In the email Apple has linked to a document that is located on it’s developers website. This [...]

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The Dark Knight Rises for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch now available in the App Store

July 19, 2012

Gameloft’s Batman game named The Dark Knight Rises is now available in the App Store for download. The Dark Knight Rises iOS by Gameloft is the official game for the movie by Christopher Nolan, that was released in theaters today, too. In the game user’s can of course play as Batman and complete missions to [...]

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Newly granted patent confirms smaller port for future iOS devices

July 19, 2012

Apple Inc. was granted a new patent recently that covers the design of a smaller dock connector for future iOS devices, that will allow users to charge their devices as well as transfer data to it using computers. The patent as revealed by MacWorld is titled Power Adaptors for Powering And/Or Charging Peripheral Devices. The [...]

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Apple is now using Unique Identifiers to tackle piracy on in-app purchases

July 18, 2012

This was a crazy week for Apple’s App Store thanks to a Russian hacker who was providing users a way through which they could download in-app purchases for absolutely free. We reported about the cat and mouse game that was going on between Apple and hacker. Now it seems like Apple has finally found a way to [...]

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UK court order: Apple should say in public Samsung didn’t copy iPad

July 18, 2012

After embarrassing Samsung in the US by making courts ban Galaxy Nexus sales in the country, Apple is now having a bizarre and embarrassing moment of it’s own in the U.K. According to Bloomberg, in an order a U.K. court has said that Apple should publish a notice for public in British newspapers and magazines telling them that [...]

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Here’s how iPad looked like back in early 2000s

July 18, 2012

Thanks to some research by NetworkWorld, we now know how iPad used to look back in early 2000s. The prototype which was found in images attached to Apple and Samsung court documents show a tablet prototype, on which Apple was working back in 2002-2004. The device as you can see in the images looks a [...]

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Share your current location while on the go with Twist app for iOS

July 18, 2012

Twist is a new app for iOS devices that makes it easier for users to share their current location with certain people while they are on the go. What Twist does is pretty interesting, it notifies the person you are going to meet about the time it would take you to reach the destination. Twist [...]

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Study: Chrome browser grabs 1.5% share of total iOS web traffic

July 18, 2012

Google released Chrome browser at the end of last month, and it took only few hours for it to reach the no.1 spot on the App Store. Now according to statistics released by ad network Chitika, Chrome has already acquired 1.5% of total iOS web traffic. Other than this Chitika also offers some intersting insights [...]

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Editorial: Why Apple needs an iPad mini

July 17, 2012

Let’s face it, iPad mini or whatever it is going to be called is coming and anyone who is denying it’s existence is living in a fool’s paradise. We have seen mold leaks, schematics, and big publications confirming that the device exists and will hit the market later this year. Apple is a company that [...]

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Apple wins a major patent related to iOS’s Graphical User Interface

July 17, 2012

PatentlyApple reports that today Apple has been granted a major patent related to iPhone’s GUI for displaying electronic lists and documents. Along with this particular patent, the company has been granted a total of twenty five different patents today. The patent covers UI modules that cover email, telephone, camera, video player, browser, calendar, blogging, widgets, [...]

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iOS 6 beta 3 adds mail’s VIP inbox feature for iPhone 3GS and iPod touch 4th generation users [Update: Shared Photostreams too]

July 17, 2012

Absent from these two devices at launch, iOS 6 beta 3 has added VIP inbox feature for the stock mail app on iPhone 3GS and iPod touch 4th generation, bringing the feature to all iOS 6 compatible devices. VIP feature of iOS 6 allows users to make their device show a  star marker on one side [...]

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WSJ: Apple to use in-cell technology to make iPhone’s screen thinner

July 17, 2012

In it’s report about Apple’s next iPhone WSJ says that Apple is going to replace the current technology used in iPhone’s screen in favor of a new in-cell technology that will make the screen thinner than the current model.  According to the report the mass production of these display units for the next iPhone has [...]

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New in iOS 6 beta 3: @iCloud.com email addresses

July 16, 2012

iOS 6 beta 3 was not only about bug fixes and improvements after all. In the change log Apple has notified developers that from now on every user who signs up for a new Apple ID or enable mail on his or her iCloud account will get a @iCloud email address instead of @me.com. Currently [...]

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