News tagged ‘Operating system’
According to the latest rumors, Apple won’t seed iOS 8 Beta 3 to developers for testing until July 8th. As you probably know, the guys from Cupertino are used to seeding new major betas once in two or three weeks. Keeping in mind the fact that the second iOS 8 beta was released last week, we may assume that the third pre-release version of Apple’s mobile operating system will be unveiled at the beginning of July.
Apple on Wednesday seeded another OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 beta to developers for testing. Looks like there’re no new features again, only stability improvements and bug fixes. This release comes nearly one week after the release of previous OS X 10.9.4 beta (13E19). That version contained only fixes and minor enhancements as well.
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.
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.
According to what Jason Snell of Macworld writes, Apple's new OS X Yosemite 10.10 may be designed for Retina screens. What this means is that the guys from Cupertino are planning to refresh the entire Mac lineup by adding Retina displays to new computers.
According to the latest rumors, the guys from Cupertino on Tuesday posted a video showing OS X Yosemite 10.10 enhancements to YouTube. The short clip, which allows us to see main OS X features as well as design improvements, was first shown at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference last week. You can watch it below.
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.
Yesterday I told you about several iOS 8 features I found the most interesting and worth mentioning. Today I shall continue talking about new interesting things connected with Apple’s latest mobile operating system for iPhones and iPads.
Good news for all jailbreakers - looks like Apple’s new iOS 8 is jailbreakable. According to what security expert Stefan Esser (aka i0n1c) has tweeted a couple of hours ago, the guys from Cupertino haven’t fixed the kernel bug used to jailbreak iOS-devices. This means that immediately after the public release of iOS 8 we may have a jailbreak for it.
Apple has announced its long-anticipated iOS 8. In this short post I’ll try to give you an idea about what new features the guys from Cupertino have added to their operating system for iPhone and iPad. So, let’s start.
Apple has just announced the next version of the operating system for Macs - OS X Yosemite 10.10. The new operating system features numerous improvements and bug fixes. And, of course, some worth mentioning new features. More details - below.
Ahead of the long-anticipated Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on Monday, the guys from Cupertino showed us a large OS X 10.10 banner. This may indicate that aside from iOS 8, at WWDC Apple will officially unveil the new version of the operating system for Macs. And that's great, I must say.