The all new iPhone 6, and 6 Plus, go through a simple drop test. Though, nothing rigorous, it is a common occurrence that we go through with our phones. Well, in this video, we are shown that it might take a little more than a few drops just to break these two new devices. Read more
FlipBoard like many other apps, have gotten an update due to the release of the new and better iOS 8.Now allowing you to do more stuff with ease and conveniently, also allows you to collect what you like and need, and put it into FlipBoard magazines across Apple’s web or ecosystem. Read more
Fleksy Happy Typing is now available for iOS 8, and also allows for some new things, and features with its very own unique virtual typing keyboards. And now Fleksy is claiming to one of the fastest virtual keyboards in the world. One of the first third party keyboards for iOS 8, Fleksy brings new kinds of typing speeds, customization, and new features to iPhone, and iPad typing. Read more
Apple has released iOS 8, the latest and so called greatest version of their mobile, or iPhone-Operating-System. which is now open to the public on Wednesday. After months of testing by developers, it is now here, and if you have bought your iOS device, like in the last two to three years, then it is probably compatible with iOS 8. Devices compatible with iOS 8 are listede in the following: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, and of course the iPhone 6 Plus, and the iPad 2, iPad 3 generation, iPad 4th generation, iPad Air, iPad mini, and iPad mini with Retina display, and for the iPod touch 5th generation.
PanguTeam has confirmed that they are working on a Jailbreak for iOS 8. PanguTeam says (courtesy of their site, which was from Weibo via iDB) “[translated] Just one day before iOS 8 official release, saying “guess that devices except iPhone 4 can’t be restored with 7.1.2 firmware. If you want to jailbreak please grab the last moment. For iOS 8, we are already on the way…”, so all those jailbreakers may have their dreams come true about iOS 8. Read more
iMovie has received some special treatment by their creators, which is Apple. Other apps have also received this kinda treatment, too. The reason for this, well, obviously it is because of the newly released iOS 8 system, so that they can all work properly on the new operating system, without having any type of issues, as well as just getting updated to meet the new times.
While Retina displays have been in existence for over, or close to, four years now, and back since they have made their first appearance in the iPhone 4, Apple’s new Retina HD display seems to improve upon the old mixture. The larger displays also help users to view things better, as Display Zoom, an option for increasing content size across the device, will be a feature of choice, which is up to, or for customers with difficulty viewing smaller text and images.
VirnetX Holding Corporation has a pretty big portfolio of patents, which is related to wireless networking, and LTE technology, and as you would expect, their not anywhere near afraid to use it. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit tossed out a verdict today, which was handed down by a Texas jury, which was way back in late 2012, which would have forced Apple to pay $368 million to patent holding firm VirnetX, due to Apple infringing on some of their patents. Read more
There has been some reports and some problems that some people are noticing, which is probably that if you are running a beta version of iOS 8 the extensions for many iOS 8 apps will not, or aren’t working properly. Sadly, this issue seems to be related to code-signing, which is on Apple’s side of the spectrum, and said to be currently under work, and is being fixed.
It has been confirmed that the NFC chip, which is now in the iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus, will only work with Apple Pay, and won’t be opened up to developers who make third-party apps, which the company Apple, has confirmed on Monday. Read more