iOS 8 adoption rate has remained the same (82%) on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices, this is according to Apple’s dashboard for developers based on App Store access data. By comparison, two weeks ago iOS 8 was found to power 82% of iOS devices. Read more
Just last month we saw a preview of the Lara Croft Relic Run game for the first time, and now we finally get to play it on iOS for the iPhone and iPad devices.
Mozilla’s Firefox browser for iOS is nearing public release, as the organization is now actively recruiting beta testers to try the app ahead of their App Store release. Read more
It is said that Apple is developing not one, but two new twelve-inch iPad models. The two are codenamed “J98″ and “J99″. Also, Apple’s doubled down on advancing productivity aspects of iOS with a dual-app multitasking mode and support for multiple users in iOS 9. Read more
The first software update for the Apple Watch is now available for download through the companion Apple Watch app on your iPhone.
Release notes for Apple Watch OS 1.0.1 cite several performance improvements related to Siri, third-party apps, activity tracking and much more. Read more
Apple recently sent their very first Apple Watch software update on Tuesday. This brings Watch OS from version 1.0 to version 1.0.1, this update, is a fairly significant upgrade to Watch OS. Read more
After passing the 80% mark a couple of weeks ago, and less than a month before WWDC 2015, Apple’s mobile operating system now shows that it’s powering 82% of iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices. Read more
Microsoft’s free of charge Word, Excel and PowerPoint productivity applications for the iPhone and iPad have been updated with the ability to open, edit and save your documents to iCloud. Read more
Broadcom, which supplies Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips for Apple products, on Tuesday announced a software development kit that supports HomeKit, Apple’s home automation platform supported across iOS devices running iOS 8. Read more
Apple remained the market leader in enterprise mobile device activations for the first quarter of 2015. However, competitors are slowly eating away at iPad’s tablet share, this is according to Good Technology. Read more