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Tim Cook Hints At More iOS Apps On Android

The cross pollination between Android and iOS looks like it is set to continue in the near future as Apple CEO Tim Cook has hinted that more of his apps will be heading to Google’s mobile operating system. The news comes as Apple held a town hall meeting to answer questions from the media.

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Apple May Have A New iPad Air In The Works

An unidentified source is claiming that Apple is preparing to announce a new iPad Air (possibly called the iPad Air 3) at an event in mid-March. This would be alongside a similarly rumoured iPhone 5se and several new Apple Watch designs. Apple is aiming to make the announcement in 14 March, although the final date is still […]

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Apple Launches ‘Music Memos’ App And Major Update For GarageBand

Apple has launched a new free app called Music Memos which allows users to record uncompressed, high quality audio. The app has the ability to analyse rhythms and chords from guitars and pianos; and then add a drum and bass line to provide a virtual backing band.

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Cortana Is Now Available For iOS and Android

Ever since the release of Cortana by Microsoft last year, many would’ve assumed that – like Siri for the iOS and Google Now for Android – Cortana would only be accessible by Microsoft users. However, earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it will be bringing Cortana to iOS and Android. Now, the company kept its promise […]

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Apple’s Swift Is Now Open Source

Apple announced that its programming language, Swift, is now open source. Swift was first introduced by Apple in 2014 and it is currently the fastest growing programming language in the world. Swift was initially released by Apple to only be used to develop apps for iOS, OS X, tvOS and WatchOS. Swift is unique in […]

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Fitbit Launches New Software Features For Its Products

Recently, Fitbit announced new software features to further enhance its line of wearable devices. The new software features bring plenty of additional functions to the Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge. Besides that, there is also a new feature for the free Fitbit App, which may be useful to its consumers.

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Apple Acknowledges The iPad Pro’s Freezing Problem

After several reports of the iPad Pro’s screen freeze issue, Apple has now recognized the problem and says that it is working on a fix for the problem. In the mean time, it has released a temporary “manual” fix for the issue.

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Apple Music Now Available On Android

Apple just announced that Apple Music is now available on Android. The app is now available for download on the Google Play Store for smartphones with Android 4.3 or later. Apple Music for Android is essentially optimised for smartphones but tablets running the required Android version should be able to use the app as well.

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Apple Acknowledges YiSpecter Malware for iOS Devices, Already Fixed it Since iOS 8.4 Update

Hot off the heels of an XcodeGhost malware that infected over 40 popular Chinese apps, security firm, Palo Alto Networks, recently discovered yet another malware for iOS devices called YiSpecter. The malware exploit private APIs in iOS, and affects mostly users in China and Taiwan. Apple says that they are aware of the issue, and […]

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Apple Releases iOS 9.0.2 Update – Fixes Several Bugs like iMessage Activation, iCloud Backup and More

It’s only been about a week since Apple released the iOS 9.0.1 update and it looks like the Cupertino company is ready with another one – the iOS 9.0.2 update. At the same time, the company has also stopped the signing window for iOS 8.4.1 and iOS 9.0.

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Wi-Fi Assist in iOS 9 Will Drain Your Mobile Data

For those of you who are on a limited mobile data plan and are using an iPhone running on iOS 9, here’s one very important feature you need to turn off – Wi-Fi assist.

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Apple Releases iOS 9.0.1 Update that Squashes Bugs, App Thinning Feature Delayed Due to iCloud Issues

Apple recently released iOS 9.0.1 update that fixes several bugs in iOS 9. The update is available right now and can be download from the Settings app on your iOS 9.0 device.

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Apple Removes Home Sharing for Music in its iOS 8.4 Update

Apple may have introduced a brand new Apple Music feature in its latest iOS 8.4 update, but it looks like they have removed something too. According to Apple’s Support Communities forum, the company has removed its Home Sharing feature for music in iOS.

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iOS 9 Allows Users To Temporarily Remove Apps For Updates

iPhone users upgrading to the iOS 9 beta noted an interesting feature built into the new operating system. The OS will prompt the user to temporarily remove apps if it finds that there is not enough storage to complete the update. The removed apps will be automatically restored once the update has been completed.

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Apple Acknowledges Bug that Crashes iPhone Messages App, Offers Temporary Solution

Don’t worry about that unfortunate string of characters that can crash your iPhone with only a simple text message, Apple acknowledges the error, and is already working on a fix. Meanwhile, for those who are affected by the bug, here’s a temporary solution shared by Apple.

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Apple Says That Pebble iOS Apps Rejections Were A Mistake

Last week, app developers for the Pebble smartwatch had noticed that their work was being rejected from the App Store. At the time, they were told that any apps that made reference to other manufacturers in the documentation or meta data would be automatically rejected; however, Apple has issued a statement saying that it was […]

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Apple Has Begun Rejecting Pebble Apps On iOS

The Apple Watch is on sale, and it looks like Cupertino is working to close its eco-system to outsiders. Pebble developers are reporting that their apps are being rejected for mentioning the Pebble smartwatch in the description. 

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Registration For Apple’s WWDC15 Now Open

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference runs from 8-12 June this year, and registration for the event has officially opened. Not everyone will be able to attend, and the registration is only for a chance to buy tickets to the event.

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Apple Now Rolling out iOS 8.3 Update with Redesigned Emoji Keyboard and More

We’ve heard a lot about iOS 8.3 and if you want to try it out for yourself, the update is now available for supported iOS devices. Apple has just released iOS 8.3 software update to the public, so check your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch now to perform the update.

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Mac OS X and iOS Have More Vulnerabilities Than Windows In 2014, Says Report

Most Windows users out there would be familiar with the need to install patches through Windows Update from time to time. Even though not all of them are made to fix the operating system as they could be drivers and Windows’s own anti-malicious software, the amount of patches that users need to apply from time […]

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