In today's Apple Daily, Apple once again hits a $700 billion market capitalization, a reputable analyst claims the next iPhone will boast enhanced Touch ID, and JetBlue announces that it's going to start supporting in-flight Apple Pay purchases next week. In other news, a MacBook Air survives a 1,000-foot drop from a plane, and an unnamed Apple employee claims Tesla Motors has something to fear from the Cupertino giant.
We're still groggy from Labor Day weekend, but that hasn't stopped us from lining up a spectacular recap of all the cool new apps that hit the App Store last week. In just a few clicks, you can be creating cooler time-lapse videos than ever before, making presentations on the go, and even sending or receiving money within seconds. Without further ado, let's dive into this week's New App Recap!
Still rocking an older and now unsupported iOS device that you just can't bear to put out to pasture? Fear not, Apple has your back with a new option to download the last compatible version of an app that will work on your aging hardware.
If you frequent Reddit and sites like it, you're likely familiar with Imgur, the photo sharing site of choice when you want to create memes featuring the likes of Bad Luck Brian and Overly Attached Girlfriend. As of this month, it's now available for iOS, which means you no longer have to run to your desktop when you're ready to post your next upvote-worthy image.
If your eyes can't stand the sight of a mutilated iPhone 5 after it's been savagely attacked without mercy, we urge you to look away or jump to the next post. Somehow, this ruthless attack is even worse than those guys who blend gadgets just for fun.
If you've spent any significant amount of time online, then no doubt you've run across rage comics. Short, user created panel comic strips with a select group of memebased images such as Me Gusta, the Y U NO Guy, and Forever Alone. Finding these can be easy; walking away from them can be hard. So what's a derp or herp to do when on le iPhone?
Happy April Fools Day! While we didn't actually plan out a prank of our own, we did find some nifty apps to help you prank your friends and ring in the first of April. Also, yes, that's an Apple Store playset you're staring at.