Jul 21


Apple has responded to the recent App Store in-app-purchase bug and fraud with an email and temporary solution for registered iOS developers. This email includes a link to a new Apple developer web documentthat describes the issue and teaches developers how to temporarily plug the issue. » Apple Said iOS 6 Will Fix In-App-Purchase Fraud

Jun 25


Apple has released an over-the-air iOS Beta 2 update. The update weighs in at 332MB for iPhone 4S users. Apple also released Xcode 4.5 Developer Preview 2 and Apple TV Software beta 2. iOS 6 also comes with a fun tweak, when you update your iOS the Setting icon gears rotate while downloading. Take a look after the break to see it in action.

Jun 14

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Apple now know that privacy is synonymous with users’ information, and the iDevice-maker is finally attempting to rights its wrongs by requiring user permission in iOS 6 before apps can access any sensitive particulars.

Congress, regulatory bodies, and consumer advocates alike became aware earlier this year that apps uploaded data—such as entire contact lists—to their servers without notifying or even asking for permission from users first. Apple responded to the uproar in February when a representative said future software releases would require explicit user approval.

iOS 6 is now in beta for developers but will release to the public this fall. Read the full release not after the break.

» Apple Now Requires User Permission In iOS 6 Before Apps Can Access Private Data

Jun 12


Apple said that  iOS 6, the next version of its iPhone and iPad operating system,  will be compatible with devices as old as the iPhone 3GS, which is 3 years old. iOS 6 will be compatible with multiple devices but not all features are available on all devices. Macrumors created a nice “infographic” which you can see above, that shows what features are supported on each device. » Support For iOS 6 Features On Older Devices

Jun 11

Apple today announced iOS 6 at WWDC 2012. Again, the latest iOS update will pack many new features, such as Facebook integration, improved Siri functionality and a new app called Passbook. But the kicker of today’s keynote was the Maps application. iOS 6 is available as a developer preview today, but will be fully available this fall. More iOS 6 details after the break.

» Apple Announced iOS 6, Launches This Fall

Jun 08


Apple has put up banners referring directly to their upcoming iOS update. In the upcoming WWDC (11 June) Apple will announce iOS 6 and these banners are a little teaser. We will be online on the 11th with a live cover to keep you updated with Apple’s latest news. » iOS 6 Banners Go Up At Moscone West Ahead Of WWDC [Photos]

Jun 04

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9to5mac reported that Apple`s Siri Assistant will no longer be exclusive to users of the popular iPhone 4S. Their sources say that one of the tentpole iOS 6 features is Siri support on the iPad. They say that the iPad will get “the complete Siri voice assistant”.

» Apple Will Bring Siri Voice-Assistant To The iPad With iOS 6

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