News tagged ‘iOS’
According to the latest report from Reuters, Apple's iWatch will be released in October. The mass-production of the device will start in July.
As to the smartwatch itself, it will reportedly feature a 2.5-inch display and a couple of sensors capable of tracking user's physical activity and monitoring his or her health. In particular, the device will be equipped with sensors measuring blood glucose, blood pressure, pulse etc. Apart from that, the iWatch will boast of wireless charging.
Apple’s iPhone 6 may be equipped with an atmospheric pressure sensor. Such a sensor can be used not only to measure the atmospheric pressure, but also to forecast weather changes and provide the user with altitude data.
More and more iPhone 6 mockups appear on the internet ahead of the release of the handset. What they show is a device with either a 4.7-inch or 5.5-inch screen, thinner display bezels and a slimmer design.
Apple on Tuesday released the second beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10 to developers for testing. This happened nearly two weeks after the release of the first beta-version.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the second beta of iOS 8 to developers for testing. The new version of Apple's mobile operating system has a build number 12A4297e.
It's Sunday today, so I've decided to make up a list of the most popular news of the past seven days. If you think you missed something interesting, take a look.
Good news for all those who have a jailbroken iPhone running iOS 7. According to the latest rumors, a well-known hacker nicknamed Saurik has just released Cydia 1.1.10. It can boast of a number of important improvements and bug fixes.
A new photo showing iPhone 6 back panel has recently appeared on the Internet. According to what can be seen on the image, the back shell is made of metal. It resembles iPhone 5s panel, however, it is slightly bigger.
As you probably know, Apple's iOS 8, which was announced at Worldwide Developers Conference last week, contains a number of important enhancements. However, those who have upgraded to iOS 8 beta may have noticed that there're no updates for Apple's native Maps app. According to the latest reports, lack of updates is caused by the fact that many developers left the company in 2014.
Apple has released iOS 8 beta to developers for testing. There're, however, several methods of upgrading to this iOS version if you don't have a developer account. Well, this is what you know.
It's Sunday today, so looks like it is time to talk about the most interesting stories of the past seven days. Let's begin right now.
Apple on Monday officially announced iOS 8 beta and seeded it to developers. The new operating system for iPhones and iPads can boast of some noticeable improvements and design tweaks.
There're, however, some hidden features you won't find without the specialist's help. One of such features is the ability to customize the Control Center.
As you already know, a bunch of new interesting features have been added to Apple's OS X Yosemite 10.10 and iOS 8. Both operating systems were announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, which took place on Monday.
Among the new features, today I'd like to point out only two. These are iMessage screen sharing and FaceTime Audio conference calls.
After initial signs pointed towards a good chance that iOS 8 was jailbreakable, famous hacker Stefan Esser (nickname i0n1c), tweeted an image that shows off the ability to SSH into an iPod touch running iOS 8 from his Mac, which basically means he has successfully jailbroken iOS 8 on iPod Touch 5G.
I just leave this here ...
There is no information whether i0n1c will release a public jailbreak. Anyway, It would be logical to wait until iOS 8 is officially released so as to not burn any exploits.
A new feature has been added to Find My iPhone system in iOS 8. This feature is called "Send Last Location” and, as seen from the name, it automatically sends the last saved location to Apple each time the battery of the device drains to a critical level.