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Tim Cook insists iPad prospects still rosy despite 18% drop in sales, 22% fall in revenue

Apple’s press release yesterday noted “all-time record revenue from iPhone and Mac sales as well as record performance of the App Store,” while remaining silent on iPad sales. The reason? The slide continued last quarter, with year-on-year sales down 18%, and a reduction in average selling price meaning revenue was down 22%. Tim Cook acknowledges that the […]

iPhone, Mac, and App Store Score Big Money for Apple

Apple sold 34,000 iPhones every hour, 24 hours a day, for the entirety of the quarter, according to CEO Tim Cook.

iOS games you need to play: Yak Dash, Fast Fishing, Mayday and more!

There are always tons of games to pick from in the App Store, but only a few are good enough to make the grade for our picks. Here's a roundup of some of the most fun games I've played on iPad and iPhone over the past few weeks. Yak Dash: Horns of Glory The game takes its lead from traditional Tibetan yak racing. Show More Summary

Best Free iPhone Apps for 2015

There are a wealth of great free applications for the iPhone, but with the App Store offering hundreds of thousands of apps, selecting the cream of the crop can be a daunting task. We’ve scoured the App Store, bringing you the best from all categories. Show More Summary

Best Free iPhone Apps 2015 Part 2

Part two of our a comprehensive list of the best free iPhone apps. We’ve scoured the App Store, bringing you the best from all categories. Every application you’ll find here was carefully selected and tested. Books Education and Learning...Show More Summary

Why haven't you updated to iOS 8?

Why haven't you updated to iOS 8? According to Apple, as of January 19, 2015, 69% of devices — iPhones, iPads, and iPods touch — currently accessing the App Store are running iOS 8. That leaves 28% still running iOS 7, and 3% running iOS 6 or earlier. Show More Summary

Screenshots for iOS is a better way to manage all your… screenshots

Screenshots, a new app from Landscape Mobile, uses smart technology to help you organize and share a particular kind of image — screenshots — on your iPhone. Screen captures are often meant as documentation, to save, store or extract information for personal use and sharing. Show More Summary

Shifts Manages Your Schedule When You Don't Work a Nine to Five

iPhone: You have a ton of options for calendar apps in the iTunes App Store, but Shifts does things a little differently by catering more toward people who don't have the typical nine to five schedule. Read more...

Teen whiz kid eyes Google, Facebook after creating addictive game

Ben Pasternak isn't your average Australian teenager. At 15, he has created an iPhone game that rose up the App Store charts at an incredible rate. In the first six weeks after its October launch, Impossible Rush had been downloaded 500,000 times. Show More Summary

Dragon Quest V journeys onto the the App Store

Square Enix is continuing its march of porting old-school role-playing games to iPhone and iPad with the release of Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride. Controls have been optimized for mobile, while maintaining the original's distinct graphics. Show More Summary

Everything is awesome in the new Lego Movie Video Game for iPhone and iPad

The official Lego Movie Video Game hit the App Store today, letting iPhone and iPad owners enjoy constructable antics and get that damned song stuck in their head one more time. Players will work their way through the movie's story in a variety of platforming, action, and (of course) building sequences. Show More Summary

'The Lego Movie Videogame' brings the big screen to iOS

iPhone and iPad gamers can shout "Everything is awesome!" on Thursday when The Lego Movie Videogame launches in the Apple App Store. Just like in the 2014 movie, the game stars unremarkable Emmett as he journeys to find the Kragle and save the Lego universe from staying in eternal stasis. Show More Summary

When did Apple become the boring one?

In less than a decade, Apple completely changed the world of personal computing, and the music industry in the process. First came the iPod and the iTunes Store; then the iPhone and App Store; and then the iPad. The Apple of the 2000s was an exciting...

New iPhone Games Coming Tonight: 'Dragon Quest V', 'Eggmaster', 'Fast Fishing' and More

It's Wednesday again, and this list of games coming tonight comes with a similar caveat as last week's list in that there's a very good chance this isn't all the games we're going to see slowly drip out of the App Store today. It's been a weird place lately, as last week there were nearly

BIGGEST LIST IN WEEKS! 10 awesome paid iPhone apps that are all free downloads right now

Yesterday’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps that were on sale for free was a great one, and it was highlighted by the controversial app Neato that Apple had previously thrown out of the app store. Neato is still free along with several other apps on that list, by the way, so you might want to follow this link and snag them before you’re too late. Show More Summary

6 Recent App Updates You Shouldn’t Miss

There has been a lot of activity on the App Store since the start of the new year with plenty of interesting new releases and wonderful updates finding their way out to iPhone and iPad users. While new apps are always welcome of course, it is also interesting to see old favorites get a new lease The post 6 Recent App Updates You Shouldn’t Miss appeared first on Apple Gazette.

Kickstarters arrives on iPad

Kickstarter today updated its iOS app with support for Apple’s iPad. You can download the new 2.0 version release, which also has some improvements for the iPhone, now directly from Apple’s App Store. Kickstarter developers Brandon Williams and Zack Sears explained the thinking behind the new app: In short, they wanted to change how the […]

Bought the wrong app on your new iPhone 6? Here’s how to get a refund… in Europe

iOS users in Europe have recently been given a special iTunes refund feature that lets them easily get their money back for any type of digital content purchased from Apple’s stores as long as the claim is made within 14 days after purchase. ...Show More Summary

Facebook at Work soft launches on App Store, Skype for iPhone gains quick conversations

Facebook on Wednesday debuted in limited release a new iOS application allowing employers to let their workers connect and communicate with one another. And Microsoft launched an updated version of Skype for iPhone, making it easy to quickly start a conversation.

New iPhone Games Coming Tonight: 'Bowling Central', 'Gunslugs 2', and 'Socioball'

This is working out to be a weird week, particularly as new games have leaked out on to the App Store in the last couple days which definitely has resulted in this post being far lighter than they usually are. But, hey, if you think the iOS release cycle in January is bleak, you should

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