They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions, but in the case of Clear for iOS owners who were spitting fire and brimstone over Realmac's upgrade policy late last year, it's never too late to change.
Like Tetris? With a little bit of awkward iOS app work, you can get it for free on your iOS device. You won't find it for free in the App Store proper on your iPhone or iPad; instead, you'll have to head to to the Apple Store app and download it from there.
When Apple introduced a "kill switch" of sorts for iPhones and iPads with the release of iOS 7, it was hailed as a landmark moment in the growing fight against smartphone theft. But as Re/code reports (via MacRumors) it may soon be required as part of a federal law directed at all smartphones sold in the United States. The federal bill follows a similar one introduced in the state of California last week.
Holy smokes is it a week full of rumors. Since we love you, you know we do, we've got the good ones saved up here ready for you, just like a box of your favorite chocolates, the carmel only kind with no disgusting coconut in there to gunk it up. So, kisses all around, now let's dig in.
Once upon a time, Microsoft Office for iPad was was hailed as the office suite that would make Apple's tablet a worthy work product for professionals. And now, years after the device's first appearance, it appears (via a report from ZDNet), that we may get it after all. The big question, of course, is if it's too late to matter.
Nearly five months after the introduction of iOS 7, developers continue to play catch-up with full support for Apple's latest mobile operating system -- and when it comes to voice translation, the wait appears to be well worth it.
Love Taco Bell? Ordering burritos and crunchy tacos at the popular fast food chain is about to get a lot more convenient. According to Nation's Restaurant News (via MacRumors), the restaurant is planning on introducing a mobile ordering platform that'll let you orders your tacos in advance and pick them up fresh at your nearest location.
So it looks as though all those rumors about a new Apple TV are true, after all. According to Bloomberg, Apple should announce the new device at a media event in April but we won't see it on the shelves until "the holiday season." But here's the biggest news--it looks as though that long-awaited deal with Time-Warmer might come to pass with the release.
Many of the most popular speculative concepts for Apple's new iPhone have depicted a unit without bezels (most notably in the work of Martin Hajek, seen below), but now news is surfacing from The Korea Herald (via Cult of Mac) that this is what we'll be seeing in the new release, after all.
If you shop at Whole Foods Market, you might want to get used to seeing products by your favorite Cupertino computer company at the stands. No, Apple isn't selling devices at the popular grocery chain; it's partnering with Square to start offering its iPad-based credit and debit card processing payment options at some of the company's secondary checkout lines.