Today Apple rolled out two-step verification for Apple ID accounts in 48 new countries. With the addition of countries like China, Japan, India, and France, two-step verification for Apple IDs is now supported in a total of 59 countries. Only… Read more ›
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Move over FarmVille, Candy Crush, and all those other freemium games whose developers (presumably) sleep on top of a pile of money with many beautiful ladies in it — we may have a new contender for app overlord of 2014.… Read more ›
Rovio Entertainment has soft-launched its latest Angry Birds title. Named Angry Birds Epic, the turn-based RPG (yes, really!) is available for iPhone and iPad in the New Zealand, Australian and Canadian App Stores now. Initial impressions are positive, although there… Read more ›
Apple pushed out a nice new update to its Apple Store app for iPhone on Tuesday, which brings Apple Store gift cards to Passbook in the United Kingdom and other countries. The feature made its initial debut just over a…
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Apple’s rollout of the iPhone 5s and 5c continues. After launching on September 20 with limited supplies in 11 countries, Cupertino is now expanding availability to 11 new countries. The iPhone 5s and 5c will be launching today in Austria,…
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Tweetbot, the immensely popular Twitter client from Tapbots, finally got its long-awaited iOS 7 update yesterday, introducing a beautiful new design for iPhone. Unsurprisingly, it’s been a massive success so far, and less than 24 hours on, it’s already the…
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If you’ve ever traveled internationally and been unlucky or unknowing enough to keep on using your smartphone’s data as if you were still in the fatherland, you’ll know that watching a single YouTube video on a foreign network can result in a few hunded dollars being added to your bill. International roaming charges are so […]
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Apple has today announced that the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c will both reach another 35 countries on Friday, October 25. Italy, Russia, and Spain will be included in the second phase of the new iPhone rollout, along with a number of other countries across Europe and Asia. The devices will then reach India, […]
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Apple announced today that some changes are coming to its Affiliate Program for digital content, as a new partnership has been forged to help the company expand the program into new countries. The affiliate program — which allows partners to make money off iTunes content sales by directing users to certain pieces of content via […]
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There have been a lot of theories floated for why Foxconn froze new hires earlier this month. Early rumors suggested that iPhone 5 production had slowed, while later reports said that Apple’s new measures to improve working conditions had caused fewer workers than usual to abandon their posts over Chinese New Year.
Now there’s a new theory: Foxconn’s getting out of China, at least in part.
Quoth the always eyebrow-arching Digitimes