At the age of 14, it turns out Marcus Butler was already a music curator in the making. “I used to be the kid that would do everyone’s iPods at school,” he says. Friends revered his taste so highly that they’d pay him 5 pounds, and he’d install his favorite songs onto their devices. Show More Summary
This week’s Apple Loop includes thoughts on Apple removing the headphone jack, the new dark mode in iOS 10, OLED technology for the iPhone 8, speculation over a new iPod Touch, the unencrypted iOS kernel, a closer look at macOS, Indian Apple Store issues, and social media shortcuts.
Apple last week released the first beta of iOS 10 after explaining the main features of the upcoming iPhone, iPad and iPod touch update during its WWDC 2016 opening keynote. As expected, developers and researchers started poking around and some of them discovered that Apple left the kernel unencrypted. Show More Summary
Apple has filed a new trademark application for the iPod, covering the use of the trademark on items which make use of sensors for medical and wellness reporting. This would allow the iPod range to expand into the health and fitness tracking market, increasing the reach of Apple's suite of Health apps.
It has been a week since Apple released iOS 10 beta to […]
via The Verge: The announcement of the iPod in late 2001 was in the same Town Hall auditorium that hosted last week’s iPhone SE and iPad Pro announcements, but back in 2001 there were plenty of empty seats. The whole world wasn’t watching Apple back then — but the Mac web certainly was. Just as... ?
An audiophile pal gifted me this $22 AGPTek A02 MP3 player. It reminds me of a shrunken down version of the early Click-wheel iPods, but with higher quality audio. The battery seems to go forever. I've been testing these with everything from Skull Candy, Westone, Sennheiser, and some dirt cheap $15 headphones. Show More Summary
Let’s See Some Rose Gold iPods! Apple just wound up with WWDC 2016, and to be honest, I’m not really excited anymore. Personally, Apple seems to have lost its way,...
At Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) on M […]
Today Apple showed off a brand-new version of Apple music, which the company said was built “from the ground up” with simplicity in mind. The company also boasted that the service now has 15 million paid subscribers. While most are happy...Show More Summary
Apple on Monday unveiled iOS 10, a massive software update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that’s going to be released this fall when the iPhone 7 is released. However, it’s likely that millions of iOS developers have already installed the first iOS 10 beta that was made available soon after the keynote ended. Show More Summary
Finally, iOS 10 allows you to delete stock apps such as Mail, Maps, FaceTime, and the much-loathed Tips app from your iDevice. But don't expect this to free up a lot of storage space for you.
Apple today announced iOS 10, the next major version of its iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch software platform. The update is available in beta for Apple developers starting today, allowing early adopters to update and take a closer look at what's new. Show More Summary
Following a debut onstage at WWDC 2016, Apple seeded the first beta version of iOS 10 to developers on Monday with support limited to iPhones, iPads and iPod touch models powered by the company's A5 revision two system-on-chip and better.
The big unveil during Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference today in San Francisco was iOS 10, the next generation of Apple’s mobile operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Dubbing it the “biggest iOS release ever,”...Show More Summary
We all love our music – otherwise the iPod would not have soared to its heights of popularity a decade ago, and apart from that, we would not have filled up most of the free storage space on our smartphones with musical tracks of our choice. When it comes to music, having a good pair of speakers is always highly recommended, so that your ears will be able to listen...
How do you get, gift, redeem, and otherwise enjoy movies, music, TV Shows, ringtones, and more for your iPhone and iPad? With the iTunes Store app! The iTunes Store app is your one-stop media shop on every iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Show More Summary
FILE - In this June 8, 2015 file, Beats co-founder and Apple employee Jimmy Iovine speaks at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco when the maker of iPods and iPhones announced Apple Music, an app that combines Beats 1, a 24-hour, seven-day live radio station, with an on-demand [...]
You can never have enough charging cables for your devices. That's just a given. If you've got one or more iOS devices, however, an iPhone, iPad or modern iPod, then picking up extras isn't quite as easy as grabbing that $2.99 cableShow More Summary
Tweet Dear SFMTA: Your ideas are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. (One time, I couldn’t get to any music on my aging iPod Touch except for the latest U2 album, which of course I didn’t ask for. I don’t know why that happened.)