Boy, MFi game controller support on iOS 7 hasn't worked out the way I hoped it would. Right now, it's a mess. When Apple announced MFi controller support in iOS 7 at WWDC last June, I got excited. The iPhone and iPad are tremendously powerful devices and there are lots of great games, but not every game is good with touch screen controls. Show More Summary
iPhone 6 release date rumors are starting to ramp up as Apple’s WWDC 2014 is the next big event on the mobile tech slate. On the heels of the Android and Windows dominated MWC in Barcelona, Apple is ready to start getting back all the attention. Show More Summary
This week Apple announced CarPlay, a rebranding of ‘iOS in the Car’ from WWDC last summer. The software is an extension of iOS that is designed for hands-free use of Siri, Apple Maps, Phone, Messages, and services like iTunes Radio. While … Read more ›
Apple's in-car infotainment system has been a long time coming. After it was announced at the company's annual WWDC conference in June last year, "iOS in the Car" flew under the radar, only to undergo a rebrand and launch publicly yesterday under a...
Apple today officially introduced CarPlay, bringing deep iOS integration into a number of new automobiles starting this year. Formerly known as iOS in the Car when it was announced at WWDC 13?, CarPlay brings the iPhone experience to...Show More Summary
Apple has officially announced CarPlay, in a press release. CarPlay is Apple’s new branding for the iOS in the Car feature, originally announced at WWDC last year. Apple says CarPlay enables users to make calls, navigate maps, listen to music and access messages from the dash of compatible cars. Siri can be activated by pressing […]
At last June’s WWDC keynote, Apple unveiled a bunch of stuff — including a sleeper sort of product it called iOS in the Car. The idea was to let auto makers give their vehicles the ability to serve as a second screen for a driver’s iPhone, with bigger-screen versions of apps such as Music and Maps and voice control provided by Siri. Show More Summary
After announcing its iOS in the Car initiative at last year’s WWDC, Apple has officially launched the program today with partners Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo — which will premiere it to their drivers this week. The program, called CarPlay,... Keep reading ?
Apple VP Eddy Cue shows off iOS in the Car at WWDC 2013. Apple's "iOS in the Car" operating system, which would let drivers access various iPhone functions through a car's built-in screen, is set to head out of the garage next week, says a report. Show More Summary
After announcing its iOS in the Car initiative at last year’s WWDC, Apple is expected to launch the program next week with partners Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo, according to a... Keep reading ?
After teasing the new Mac Pro at WWDC 2013, Apple finally released the computer towards the end of 2013. While the new Mac Pro boasted a brand new and very unique design that was packed with powerful hardware, it seems that the demand...Show More Summary
When will the iPhone 6 be released? Ever since the iPhone 4s, Apple has unveiled the next iPhone in September, but at least one analyst is now claiming that Apple might go back to a WWDC launch in 2014. According … Read more ›
Google I/O is more or less Google’s answer to Microsoft’s Build and Apple’s WWDC, and today according to a post by Sundar Pichai, it has been revealed that Google I/O 2014 will be taking place on the 25th and 26th of June 2014. As expected...Show More Summary
It was at WWDC 2013 when we first heard about iOS in the Car, a new feature that extends Apple’s popular mobile platform in automobiles. Several manufacturers have already committed to supporting the feature in their new models, where...Show More Summary
Developer Steven Troughton-Smith did some digging into the currently shipping version of iOS, iOS 7.0.3 — not a beta! — and found iOS in the Car, something Apple announced back at WWDC 2013 in June but isn't shipping until laster this year. Show More Summary
Apple's iOS in the Car, which we first met last summer at WWDC, may soon make an official debut. In fact, the dash-friendly interface has been hiding right under our noses in the public version of iOS 7.0.3. Developer Steven Troughton-Smith managed...
When Apple announced iOS in the Car back at WWDC in June, it offered relatively few details about how the feature will work, or even what it will look like. There’s some information and press images available on the company’s site, but other than that, details […]
Smartphones with large screens have gained huge popularity in the last year and a half and almost every smartphone maker has launched multiple models with screen size in excess of 5-inches. The..
2013 was a huge year for iMore. We covered CES, Macworld|iWorld, BlackBerry Live, MWC, GDC, Google IO, E3, WWDC, IFA, and completed a 10 week event all our own, Talk Mobile. We reviewed the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPad Air, Retina iPad mini, iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, and some award winning and amazing apps. Show More Summary
With the next Worldwide Developer Conference a few months away (good luck getting tickets), it seems a little strange that Apple would go through the trouble of updating last year’s WWDC 2013 app with some fixes, but delve a little … Read more ›