Tim Cook today published an open letter to all of Apple's customers addressing the wide criticism over iOS 6's new Apple-powered Maps application. The Apple CEO, through the apology letter, which was posted on the company's website, says Apple is "extremely sorry" for any inconveniences the Maps app may have caused to customers, and it's doing everything it can to rectify these issues.
As we wait, almost bubbling over with excitement, the folks over in Cupertino are bustling around preparing for this Friday's anticipated iPhone 5 launch. One of the ways that Apple is getting its stuff together is by devoting more resources into approving any application updates to ensure iPhone 5 owners are greeted with a store-full of applications compatible with iOS 6 and utilizing the device's new taller screen.
Up until now, blogging on the go wasn't too user-friendly using the popular platform, Wordpress. The lackluster app, the horrible mobile solution to navigating around WP-admin, and the inability to efficiently upload a picture all coalesced to make the whole blogging experience a terrible, non-ideal one. Thankfully, if you're into blogging while on the go, you'll be pleasantly excited to learn that you'll soon be able to upload media to Wordpress from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad kudos to Apple's upcoming iOS 6 firmware upgrade.
The situation when you download an app from the App Store, and in the time that it's installing, you completely forget all about it. Raise your hand if that's happened to you at one point or another (the nimble-minded folks raise their hands). I thought so.
During Monday's WWDC 2012 keynote, Tim Cook and his band of Apple executives teased a lot of new features or the revamped functionality of pre-installed factory applications. While it was truly fantastic to see demonstrations of such new features, Apple really didn't focus on any of the visual tweaks that will accompany iOS 6, which there are many of.
Following today's WWDC keynote, where many things were announced, Apple has rolled out the first developer beta of iOS 6 available through Apple's Developer Center. The beta arrives as the 10A5316k build - the first of many that are sure to follow soon.
Tickets have been expanding from hard copies to support more digital-based platforms. We've seen Amtrak conductors switch to verifying tickets with their iPhones, and a variety of other companies have similarly adapted to the increasingly available digital means of ticket management.
In all of the commotion surrounding the Worldwide Developer’s Conference keynote earlier today, news of all of iOS 6′s new features may have been drowned out. Hence, we’re going to roundup everything that was covered by Apple today regarding the new operating system that will soon embrace your iOS devices.
Just a few days ago, we noted the possibility that Facebook could in fact be finally deeply integrated into the roots of iOS, kudos to TechCrunch. 9to5Mac has revealed more details regarding the integration and how exactly it will work.
A new report by Techcrunch claims that Facebook will be integrated into iOS' core in the widely rumored iOS 6 similar to how Twitter is currently integrated.