iOS developer Readdle has had a busy year pushing out new features for its portfolio of iPhone, iPad and iPhone touch apps, including Calendars, the company’s Google Calendar client that just got a fresh new update with faster sync, updated week view and better Google Tasks support.
The software update we've been waiting for since, um, last week, is here to address concerns of the iPhone tracking location data. The update will reduce the size of the cache on the iPhone that stores this iOS crowd-sourced location data and will no longer back it up to iTunes, which keeps score of where you've been. Additionally, the update will also delete the cache entirely when Location Services is turned off. So now, you can continue living like all incognito and never worry about any of us finding out where you've been. You sneaky dog.
Here’s an odd one for this fine Thursday: Apple may be releasing yet another minor update to iOS 4.3 in the next two weeks. Absolutely necessary or is Cupertino stepping up their efforts to thwart jailbreakers?
Facebook unveiled another update to their iPhone app on Monday, still ignoring the public cries for an iPad-native version but fulfilling at least one wish that many users have had -- the ability to rub out friends while on the go.
Take this one with a grain of salt, but a new report claims that Apple may slip out a modest iOS 4.3.1 update in the next two weeks, mostly to squash a few bugs -- and probably squash jailbreak attempts as well.
Following Apple’s announcement of the iPad 2 at a media event in San Francisco, the company moved on to finalize details on the next version of iOS which is coming on March 11 to accompany the new device.
There's never a shortage of speculation surrounding an Apple product launch or update. The release of iOS 4.3 is no exception. Since iOS 4.2.1 became available for download, the Internet has kept itself busy trading in rumors, scrutinizing build notes, and picking apart the code of iOS 4.3 test builds in the hope that doing so might reveal what was next for Apple's trusty mobile operating system. Most likely, all will be revealed at this week's Apple Event. But do you really want to wait that long to find out what Cupertino has in store for us? Of course not. To that end, we've put together a list of what we know so far about the next iteration of iOS. The short version? It's gonna be awesome.
Apple seems to be doing a boffo job of pushing iPhone users toward their latest and greatest version of iOS, if new data is any indication -- nearly 90 percent of all iPhone users are on some form of iOS 4, with more than 50 percent of those rockin’ on the latest, 4.2.1.
Without much fanfare, Apple released an Apple TV software update today, now version 4.1.1 for the second-generation Apple TV. The update provides a fix for various issues with TVs that were displaying an incorrect resolution and a downloading problem for situations when movies or TV shows get re-downloaded.