After the iPhone 5s launch, most people hope that Apple will also add Touch ID support to the iPad. The French iOS Developer, Pierre Blazquez has found hints in the source code of iOS 7.1 that Apple is indeed working on Touch ID support for the iPad. The evidence comes in the form of a BiometricKit bundle in iOS that serves as the framework for the Touch ID functionality, with the bundle being listed as compatible with both iPhone/iPod and iPad families. » Hints Shows Touch ID Support for iPad
Dutch designer Martin Hajek created a new iPhone 6 concept, based on the latest rumours. The concept shows a beautiful white/gold iPhone 6 render with a 4,7-inch curved display and rounded corners. Check out the full concept after the break. » New Concept Shows iPhone 6 With Curved Display and Rounded Corners
Prong has introduced a new iPhone case, called PWR Case. The PWR case includes an integrated plug for charging the iPhone, but it also comes equipped with a 1500 mAh detachable backup battery. The iPhone and the backup battery can both be charger with the build-in plug. » PWR Case For iPhone Comes With Built-In Plug and Backup Battery
The guys of ifyoucouldseethefuture.com created a concept of an iWatch that features a sapphire crystal curved display, Touch ID, iSight camera smart skins and more. Check out the concept after the break to find out more details about this amazing iWatch concept..
» New iWatch Concept With Curved Display
Apple has released iOS 7.1.1 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to improve the Touch ID fingerprint recognition in the iPhone 5s and fix minor bugs that could impact keyboard responsiveness. » Apple Released iOS 7.1.1 With Bug Fixes
Apple has released a new iPhone 5s ad, called “Powerful”. The ad showcases iPhone 5s owners using the device to enhance their lives in multiple ways. “With the power of iPhone 5s, you’re more powerful than you think.” Check out the video after the break.
» Apple Airs New iPhone 5s TV Ad “Powerful”
NDS4iOS, a Nintendo DS emulator for iOS is available through an over-the air download. The emulator works on jailbroken and non-jailbroken iOS devices and is compatible with iOS devices running iOS 5.1.1 and above. NDS4iOS allows users to play Nintendo DS ROMs directly on their iPads and iPhones, although just like the first version of the popular GBA4iOS Game Boy emulator, NDS4iOS requires a device’s date to be set back to a prior date, specifically February 8, 2014. » NDS4iOS Nintendo DS Emulator Now Available For iPhone and iPad