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According to the latest TechCrunch report, Apple has acquired the Cue personal assistant app. Numerous users inform that the application is now removed from the App Store, moreover, there’s a short statement on the Cue official website that proves the acquisition:
The GM release indicates that a Mavericks launch is near, and this build will most likely be what is released to the public (bearing any major bugs).
According to TechWorld, Anand Chandrasekher, Qualcomm SVP and Chief Marketing Officer, has recently said that Apple’s new 64-bit A7 processor is nothing else but a marketing trick. A very successful one, I must admit.
Apple assures the bug will be fixed as soon as possible:
We are aware of an issue that affects a fraction of a percent of our iMessage users, and we will have a fix available in an upcoming software update. In the meantime, we encourage any users having problems to reference our troubleshooting documents or contact AppleCare to help resolve their issue. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes impacted users.
Looks like all those who have problems with iMessage have to wait for another iOS update. iOS 7.0.3, by the way, is expected to be released next week.
Another app has been optimized for iOS 7. This time it’s Facebook, so if you’re an active social media user, read the rest of this article to find out what new features one can find in the application.
Microsoft has launched
Virgin Mobile will soon carry the new Apple’s flagship - iPhone 5s - as well as the mid-priced plastic iPhone 5c. According to the carrier’s recent announcement on Twitter, both devices will be available starting from October 1st.
According to Rhoda Alexander, director of Tablet and Monitor Research at IHS iSuppli, in October Apple will show us only iPad 5. Nothing more. That means the long-expected iPad mini with Retina display is likely to be launched later. Well, at least this is what experts predict.
A new version of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 is said to be released in the coming days. According to the unidentified sources, the so-called “Supplemental Update” is already being tested by Apple - that means that very soon it will reach the end-users. As usual, the new OS X version will be available through Software Update menu on the Mac App Store.
iFixIt experts have teared apart the new Apple’s plastic iPhone to show us what’s inside of the long-expected gadget. This happened on Friday - the day, when the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c were officially launched in the United States and several other countries.
The iPhone 5c can boast of a 1510mAh battery, Apple A6 processor and 1GB or RAM. All this makes it very similar to the iPhone 5. Still, it differs from it very much.
Although both new iPhones sport a similar construction and share some internals, don’t get your hopes up too high for parts cross-compatibility, thanks to the differences between the display assemblies and the differently-sized FaceTime/speaker connectors.
Below you may watch the iFixIt roundup of the iPhone 5c teardown.
In the updated version it is easier to switch from News Feed to friend requests, messages or notifications by tapping the bottom of the screen. Moreover, by doing that you will get access to your Timeline, groups, events and more.
With iOS 7 you will have the translucent bar at the top of the app change dynamically when you scroll through different photos and posts. Besides, you can also swipe from left to right to return to News Feed.
Check the video of the new app below.