Tag Archives: iCloud
The user interface of Mailbox is clean, uncluttered and a joy to work with. Now with the latest software update, you can add iCloud and Yahoo email accounts to your Maibox app running on your iPhone or iPad.
Want to know our first impressions of the iPad Air? Are the new iOS security enhancements got you scratching your head? Have you ever considered the problem with giving aware free software, or do you just want to know what the evad3rs team is working on next? These are just a sample of what we were talking about in the forums this week.
Apple’s new security enhancements in iOS 7 are a credible theft deterrent, but also make iCloud and Find My iPhone harder to manage for groups of devices.
Apple surprised us all by making OS X and their iLife and iWork suites of software free last week. But what does such a move do to the rest of the industry?
As sure as there will be Apple keynotes and product announcement, there will also be posts about what we didn’t get. They’re like PB&J. They just go together.
We all have a pretty good idea of the major announcements that await us tomorrow. However, the surprises often come in the smaller details with Apple these days. Here are a few items that we may hear a little, or possibly even a lot about tomorrow.
Just like after opening Christmas or Birthday presents, now its time to turn our attention to what we didn’t get.
Just like on Christmas Day, when all of the presents have been unwrapped, and the dust has settled, we are left to think about what we didn’t get.
Apple’s iCloud was famously supposed to “Just work,” according to Steve Jobs when he took the wraps off of it at WWDC 2011. For the most part, it has, but it didn’t get much attention in last year’s updates. Apple has just announced another round of improvements and updates at their WWDC 2013 Keynote.
This installment concludes my series on Apple’s coming update to iOS 7. WWDC begins tomorrow, and the keynote starts at 10 AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern. Don’t miss it!
What does Apple have up it’s sleeves? What will they reveal to us at WWDC? This series is a look into a few areas of iOS that I would love to see improved.