iOS 8 finally gives iPhone users a feature Android owners have long loved: third-party keyboards. It’s a pretty familiar feature, but unleashing developers so they can create new keyboards for the iPhone (and iPad) is huge — and users being… Read more ›
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iOS 8 introduces many convenient features and enhancements designed to make your iPhone even easier to use. Among these is keyboard update QuickType and support for installing third-party keyboards on iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. In today’s video, we’ll show… Read more ›
CustomÂ keyboards are landing on iPhones and iPads this fall after Apple finally decided to give users more options than Jony Ive’s horrible shift key. We’re still a few months away from finished keyboardsÂ being ready for the public, but this morning… Read more ›
The world’s fastest keyboard is speeding onto iOS 8 faster than Jony Ive’s fabulous Bentley. Third-party keyboards were only revealed two days ago for iOS 8 but it is taking developers no time at all to piece together some working… Read more ›
The Galaxy S5′s fingerprint scanner may be coming more than 7 months later than the iPhone’s, but it’s already going to be more useful to users. Not only will it allow them to unlock their device at the touch of… Read more ›
Fleksy, the developer of an innovative third-party keyboard for the blind, launched its own integration software development kit (SDK) by partnering with four other app developers to include in their software. The partners include Launch Center Pro, Wordbox, GV Connect… Read more ›
You should be careful when using third-party chargers for Apple devices. Multiple reports have recently surfaced of iPhone owners being electrocuted to death from malfunctioning chargers in China. Apple has announced a new “USB Power Adapter Takeback Program” for those who wish to swap out their third-party chargers for official ones. The program begins on [...]
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Looks like even Steve Wozniak wants Apple to release a Siri API to third-party developers, and he has a pretty good idea how it would work: a lot like AppleScript, basically. For example, to do something in Foursquare, you’d launch Siri, say “Foursquare” and then anything you said after that would be parsed through the Foursquare app. Sounds good to me… maybe with iOS 7?
Griffin is officially the first legit accessory maker to sell third-party Lightning-to-USB cables. Several Lightning-compatible accessories have already come out, but no alternative sync cables. Griffin will start selling Apple-authorized Lightning cables during the first week of December in four different lengths.
Lightning isn’t cheap, so you’ll be paying a minimum of $ 17 for the shortest cable Griffin offers.
The 4 measurements: 2 feet for $ 17, 3 feet for $ [Read More...]