As anticipated, iPhone 6 parts are being leaked at a rapid pace as we enter the final month before Apple’s big media day. On September 9th we will see the final version of iOS 8 and we will get our first “official” introduction of a fully assembled iPhone 6. Apple is said to be finishing up the final stages of testing before they begin the mass production ramp up.
The Pangu jailbreak tool was released just less than two months ago. Compatible with iOS devices running 7.1-7.1x, Pangu was originally only available for machines running Windows, but was updated to include
Apple is reported to be announcing the iPhone 6 at a scheduled media event on Tuesday, September 9th, with the release of iOS 8 and the launch of the iPhone 6 the following week. As we quickly approach that timeline, there has been an increased flurry of leaked photos depicting numerous hardware pieces
Every once in a while there are apps that take an existing problem or function and make them better by elevating the process and cleaning up the design. When apps are simple yet elegant and streamlined they lend themselves to a better user experience and overall appeal.
The NFL season is right around the corner. This is my favorite time of the year, and it also means Fantasy Football is here, too! If you’re like me, then you’ve already begun the process of evaluating the rookies prospects, considering who your keepers might be, and most importantly
The imminent launch of the iPhone 6 has created a huge buzz in the smart phone community. For iPhone owners, and those who have been waiting for Apple to offer a larger screen size, September 9th can’t come soon enough. So, this begs the question–what is the perfect iPhone screen size for you?
Finally, we can put a date on the iPhone 6 launch. Apple will be holding a media event on Tuesday, September 9th, where they are expected to introduce the iPhone 6 to the masses.
With the developer preview of iOS 8 beta 4, and the recent release of the OS X Yosemite public beta, one of the most common questions potential testers have wondered is–will my favorite apps work with the new installed software?