Late last week, we reported on the newest leak from Edward Snowden, indicating that the NSA had hacked the SIM cards of pretty much every smartphone on Earth. iPhones included. It looked bad. The hack allowed the NSA to tap… Read more ›
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Apple’s decision to host its biggest event of the year at the Flint Center in Cupertino, rather than the Yerba Buena center for the arts in San Francisco, has caught the notice of many Apple fans. Only three Apple events… Read more ›
App launchers on the Mac have always been geared toward power users, and lately tools like Alfred have become even more sophisticated, with user-created scripts and extensions. When Apple debuted the new Spotlight in OS X Yosemite at WWDC, it… Read more ›
When Facebook acquired Oculus Rift for $ 2 billion, Mark Zuckerberg announced that virtual reality was the natural follow-up to mobile as a platform. Following the acquisition, Cult of Mac published an article asking which companies Apple should look at buying… Read more ›
VLC made a comeback on iOS today, but if you didn’t get it within a few hours after it became available, then you’re out of luck, because it has disappeared again. But don’t worry â€” it hasn’t been pulled; an App Store issue is preventing it from being found. We had feared that the pesky […]
The post Can’t Download VLC For iOS? Don’t Worry, It Hasn’t Been Pulled Again appeared [Read More…]
After a few days of speculation, Google’s Chairman, Eric Schmidt, finally commented on whether Google Now would be making its way to iOS. This morning, Schmidt said that Google Now has been submitted to the App Store and the only thing standing in its way is Apple. The only problem is Schmidt’s completely wrong.
Apple commented on the Google Now approval process this afternoon and said that they haven’t even received Google [Read More…]
Apple released iOS 6.1.1Â today. Interestingly, the software was only made available as a critical update for the iPhone 4S. All of Apple’s other iOS devices are still on iOS 6.1.Â There were bugs in iOS 6.1 relating to cellular connectivity and battery life, but the concerns were specifically related to only the 4S.
Jailbreakers will be pleased to learn that Apple has not yet patched the untethered iOS 6 jailbreak in 6.1.1. [Read More…]
Apple has always been against the stylus and touch-based devices that require one for input. Its iOS operating system was designed specifically for fingers â€” not pens, and Steve Jobs once said “if you see a stylus, they blew it.” But that hasn’t stopped the Cupertino company from working on one of its own.
A new patent application published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office last week shows Apple’s work [Read More…]
Gene Munster, everyone’s favorite Apple analyst, spoke at Business Insider’sÂ IGNITION Conference today in New York City. One of the topics Munster hit on was the Apple TV. For years, Munster has been one of the biggest proponents of Apple releasing a literal TV. His most recent prediction pushed the product’s announcement to the end of next year, while last year he predicted [Read More…]