If you're still worried about how the Apple Watch will function once it's actually on your wrist but you want to be a day-one buyer, never fear: the development team who made the iOS app Pipes has made an online demo that shows how it works in practice. Elsewhere, adoption of iOS 8 continues to climb across all compatible devices, and the success of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is pushing up Apple's smartphone market share almost everywhere.
Judging from Apple's own App Store data, an awful lot of folks have upgraded to iOS 8 in the first five days! We've got all the details on that number, along with a look at the latest pair of Fallon/Timerlake iPhone 6 commercials, and news of an Adobe-Aviary mashup that looks promising for mobile shutterbugs. Don't delay, click to read more!
Judging from a pair of recent reports, incoming Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is going to have his hands full as the Windows maker tries to compete in the desktop and tablet market and may have to fend off a rival for Ford's affections.
Just last month, we reported that iOS 7's adoption rate stood at an impressive 74 percent just three months after its release, and now, a month later, it stands at 80 percent. Not bad, considering the near-constant litany of vocal dissatisfaction with Jony Ive's "flatter" design. As MacRumors notes, you can find the information on the App Store support page for developers.
When iOS 7 first came out, many onlookers didn't know what to make of Jony Ive's stark departure from previous iterations of Apple's mobile operating system. Many never upgraded. Some, notably, wanted to go back to iOS 6. But around three months later, iOS 7 is now a fact of life, and Apple's App Store support page for developers now shows by how much.