As promised, Apple has released iOS 8 to the public ahead of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus release coming this Friday. Over 4 million consumers have already taken advantage of the pre-order options offered by Apple and mobile carrier companies
WWDC was all about the developers, which is why we expected to see the first sneak peak at the beta’s of iOS 8 & OS X Yosemite. If you hadn’t had a chance to download the iOS 8 beta yourself, or you weren’t sure exactly how to do it, here is a quick reference guide for your convenience.
After watching this iOS split-screen multi-tasking concept by Sam Beckett, it is easy to see why Apple would be interested in adding it to the iPad in iOS 8. Unfortunately, we didn’t see this newly anticipated feature at WWDC last week. Does this mean
Apple has notoriously supported their older iPhones and iPad’s for years after they are introduced. Their ability to offer free upgrades for all these devices at the same time year after year has always been one of their more attractive “features.” It has always been in their best interest to keep everyone on their newest software versions
Do not disturb (DND) is one of those utilities that was a long time coming for iOS. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been woken up by my wife’s iPhone or my iPad chiming in the middle of the night with every spam email notification and late night text from those friends who forget
One of the more convenient ways of navigating around on your iOS device is to use swipe gestures. While this should be an intuitive process, especially after you master the gestures themselves, the discoverability of said gestures is not always as easy as it should be. I’ve collected (5) of the more popular gestures, with quick explanations on how to activate them.
The App Store is full of thousands of games–everyone already knows that. As a result, discoverability has always been an issue for me, as well as thousands of other iOS users. So when it comes to finding a game that I might find interesting enough to play
The TouchTone Bluetooth speaker from id America is perfect for on-the-go music enjoyment. Its simplistic design and intuitive touch controls will make this a favorite for many.
When assembled journalists spotted Russian officials toting new Samsung tablets into a cabinet meeting, they could not help but ask why they had switched over from the iPads they were accustomed to using.
Apple continues their Your Verse campaign with a look at how the iPad has impacted the diagnosis and study of concussions, a topic of controversy as of late thanks to an ongoing debate largely focused on professional football.
As the search for Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 enters its third week, March Madness sweeps the nation, and the first day of spring breaks, here’s what you might have missed this week on iSource.