Changes in the recently released beta of iOS 4.1 could shine light on Apple's plan for FaceTime on other iOS devices like the iPod touch or the iPad, with it potentially making a debut on the Mac platform. Boy Genius Reports that you are now able to link FaceTime with an email address in the new beta firmware, potentially allowing non-phone devices to connect to iPhone 4 devices for FaceTime chats.
PocketMoney is probably one of the few apps to boast origins on the Apple Newton, but this digital dollar tracker is a useful pick for those looking to stay on top of their budgets and expenses on the go.
Does the design of the iPhone’s antenna really lead to reception problems? Depends on who you ask, though quite a bit of conventional wisdom seems to be coalescing around the answer “Yes.” And as if the iPhone 4 story couldn’t look more calamitous for Apple than it continues to, a new angle just might make this all much worse for Cupertino.
Apple released iOS 4.1 to developers on Wednesday, but if a new rumor is to be believed, they may unleash a 4.0.1 update for everyone as early as today to squash some bugs and most notably, address the signal attenuation issue everyone has been talking about.
Everyone’s favorite Taiwanese tech rumor website is at it again, this time stirring up the recent camera-enabled iPod touch theories again, as well as proposing that a new MacBook Air is also cooking in Apple’s labs for the second half of this year.
We know, we know: You’re all sick of the endless speculation about when Verizon Wireless will get the iPhone. But a new report sheds light on the situation from the angle that, iPhone or not, Verizon may be doing just fine, thank you very much.
Just a quick tip--the internet is bustling with the news that Apple will be holding an iPhone 4 press conference this Friday. Purportedly, Apple will address the antenna issues, or maybe it's to tell everyone to simmer down. We'll let you know what's up when we get more information. But for now, don't plan anything between 10am and 11am on Friday (we're going to default that to West Coast time, too).
This morning's Evernote news reminded us that apps are the future, and pretty soon all of our software will be integrated together in some way. Though Evernote's entire line of Trunk applications aren't ready for deployment just yet, there were a few notably awesome things you can currently do with the cloud-integrated note taking application. Read ahead to find out what!
In a bid to catch up to the runaway success of Apple's App Store, Microsoft is dangling a carrot of financial incentive in front of App Developers to build software for their Windows 7 Mobile platform.
The folks over at TechCrunch have noticed a new entry into the Twiitersphere: Apple's senior vice-president of iOS software Scott Forstall. The account is verified, meaning that it is indeed the real Forstall that helms it. Why is this news? To be honest, we're not sure just yet.
There’s no doubt that Apple’s new iPhone 4-only FaceTime feature is great, and the company is letting everyone know about it with an avalanche of new television commercials. But whether you’re stuck on an older iPhone or you don’t have any iPhone 4-toting friends to video chat with, there are thankfully some free App Store alternatives to FaceTime--if you know where to look.
You might already know Evernote as the ubiquitous note taking application for your Mac, iPhone and iPad that stores everything in the cloud. This morning, the company announced that it's launching the Evernote Trunk, an in-app showcase of integrated products, services and content. It is designed to bring additional funtionality to Evernote users by showing them what sorts of apps they can integrate with their Evernote notebooks.