Posts Tagged ‘iOS’
After briefly appearing in the App Store earlier this week, MyGlass, an app that links a user’s smartphone to his or her Google Glass, has returned as a free download.
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?
Have iOS 7 questions? We have iOS 7 answers. If you can’t find something that used to be there, or are a little unsure how things are supposed to work, then read on.
Although we still have to wait until this Friday, September 20th to purchase a new iPhone 5S or 5C, those of us with existing compatible iOS devices will be able to upgrade to iOS 7 starting tomorrow. Are you ready?
Will we see a new iPad on Sept 10th after all, Microsoft prepares for life after Ballmer, and is there really an Android love triangle? This and more only on episode 10 of the Mobile Roar Podcast.
This week the excitement builds as we get closer to the launch of the iPhone 5S & 5C. Apple introduces a new iPhone color for the first time in years, and a new hire keeps the reality of an iWatch in the forefront. Check out this week’s podcast for all the great mobile news from this week.
Apple releases their latest update to iOS 7 to address issues with iTunes in the Cloud. Is the Golden Master version arriving sooner rather than later?
This week’s episode we hit upon the ever increasing amount of iPhone 5S rumors, Apple’s effort to bring an ad skipping format to the Apple TV, and the most confusing early upgrade Carrier plans ever.
In just six short years, the iPhone has uprooted the mobile industry, and changed the way we communicate forever.
Ever wonder how to show the battery percentage symbol on your iPhone or iPad? Look no further, I give you a quick tutorial right here.