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Blog Profile / The Apple Blog


URL :http://theappleblog.com/
Filed Under:Technology Industry News / Apple
Posts on Regator:6037
Posts / Week:16.7
Archived Since:February 17, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Gigaom: Manual for iOS gives photographers DSLR-style control in a well-designed app

Looking for an iPhone camera app with a wealth of manual settings? Check out Manual, which takes advantage of new iOS 8 camera capabilities to give photographers a surprising amount of control.

Gigaom: You can charge your iPhone 6 faster by using your iPad charger

Here's a simple trick to charge your iPhone battery faster: The latest iPhones have the ability to draw 2.1A of current, and with the right charger the iPhone 6 can fill…

Gigaom: Samsung to stop selling laptops in Europe ‘for now’

Samsung may be a winner in the mobile space, but it has clearly not been having a good time in the European PC market.

Gigaom: Bigger is bigger: Apple sells record 10M iPhone 6, 6 Plus handsets in first weekend, sans China

Even without China, Apple set a new weekend sales record for its newest iPhones with 10 million handsets sold. Last year's model hit 9 million in the first three days, showing…

Gigaom: How iOS 8 can help you take control of your iPhone’s battery life

Seasonal issues concerning battery life have become a expected part of each new iOS release. But with iOS 8, Apple has included at least one new feature that will make battery…

Gigaom: Apple flashes privacy credentials and reveals iOS 8 encryption bonus

Privacy-conscious customers should choose Apple -- at least, that's the message the company has delivered with its updated privacy policy. Hopefully it will spark greater competition over who can keep users…

Gigaom: How to configure and use widgets in iOS 8

Once you get the new iOS 8 software on your iPhone, consider adding widgets for quick-glance info with just a swipe down from any screen. Here's how to add them for…

Gigaom: Four reasons why you may want to wait on iOS 8

iOS 8 is rolling out to iPhones and iPads today, but there seem to be a few issues users should know about.

Gigaom: What the early reviews are saying about the iPhone 6

Early reviewers suggest good things about the camera in the latest iPhones, but the sizes and battery already seem to be dividing opinion.

Gigaom: Macworld, the death of print, and the digital revolution

It's the end of an era for both Apple fans and print publishing as Macworld kills its print edition.

Gigaom: How will the new iPhone screen sizes affect iOS developers?

Apple may have challenged iPhone developers to figure out how best to support the different screen dimensions of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, something that Android developers have been…

Gigaom: So who else ordered an iPhone 6 in the middle of the night?

Waking up in the middle of the night to order the newest iPhone isn't new. Having the Apple Store be down for at least an hour after the order process begins…

Gigaom: Why won’t China get the iPhone 6 on launch day?

There is no announced launch date for the iPhone 6 in China, but it's certain to be later than September 19, when the device goes on sale in the United States…

Gigaom: A new digital reservation system could save you time in the iPhone 6 line

For some, standing in line to buy a new iPhone is both ritual and experience. It's also a big chunk of time from your day. With a reportedly new digital reservation…

Sprint rolls out a special plan for the iPhone 6: $50 a month for unlimited use

Sprint got a jump on its competitors by announcing a special promotional data plan and trade-in program just hours after the iPhone 6's unveiling. Sprint rolls out a special plan for the iPhone 6: $50 a month for unlimited use originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

The iPod Classic has been removed from the Apple Store online

Apple’s online store went down this morning, which is normal before big Apple events, and when it came back up, not only had Apple added the newest iPhones and Apple Watch, but it had eliminated an old friend. When you navigate to the...Show More Summary

Some developers are reportedly already working on iWatch apps

Apple has seeded a pre-release SDK for its wearable computer to a few developers ahead of its official announcement, presumably so that high-profile partners can demo third-party apps at the launch event. Some developers are reportedly already working on iWatch apps originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Purported working iPhone 6 suggests Passbook will be Apple’s mobile wallet app

While the name iWallet makes sense, there may be no such app if a reportedly working iPhone 6 is any measure: The alleged device shows a Passbook app with new icon that suggests it will handle mobile payments. Purported working iPhone 6 suggests Passbook will be Apple’s mobile wallet app originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Technology conundrum: How to help seniors age in place without creeping them out

Anyone with an aging parent or grandparent who lives far away knows monitoring their well-being is a prime concern. New technologies make that easier, but there's a fine line between maintaining peace of mind and stalking. Technology conundrum: How to help seniors age in place without creeping them out originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

Apple on the hook for Breaking Bad “Season Pass” lawsuit

Breaking Bad is finished -- but a legal dispute over the way Apple sold the final season on iTunes is not. Apple on the hook for Breaking Bad “Season Pass” lawsuit originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…

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