Devoted fanatics and new readers alike, It is my humblest honor to introduce myself as iPhone Alley’s new editor-in-chief and manager of site affairs, transitioning from my position as an eclectic writer to take the reigns of the site. Let me be frank before I continue: iPhone Alley is not
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.
Albeit the mobile digital tv standard is now official, there remains an absense of cool items to go with it. Developer Tivit has indicated that it plans to change this by releasing a device at CES which weighs in at lighter than a deck of cards capable of streaming digital televion to WiFi-enabled devices such as Windows laptops, Android phone, WiFi-equipped BlackBerry units and Apple's iPhone 3G, 3GS and third generation iPod touch.