Thursday was certainly not a dull day when it came to iOS apps, and we've got a trio of them to share with you to cap off the week. There's also some chatter about new hardware coming down the pike, including details on how shutterbugs can throw their hat into the ring to try out the latest Eye-Fi hardware. Read on for more, and enjoy the weekend!
Way back in April of last year, one of our overnight recaps talked up a new Thunderbolt docking station from the folks at Sonnet -- a product that's still not shipping, but now has an even more powerful sibling.
Are you a trailblazer who's been enjoying T-Mobile service on an unlocked iPhone all along? If so, your patience may be rewarded later this week as the carrier pushes out an update adding official support for the magenta network at long last. And if you're a Thunderbolt fan, we've got a doozy of an update for you, with a truly powerhouse docking station on the way from Sonnet. But enough of our yakkin', let's get on with it!
Well, that’s it folks: WWDC 2012 wraps up today and developers will soon head home to put the finishing touches on their OS X Mountain Lion apps, while immersing themselves in the fun and excitement of iOS 6 ahead of its launch this fall. But that doesn’t mean the rest of the tech world is just twiddling their thumbs -- read on and find out everything making news for this freaky Friday, June 15, 2012.
Apple and Intel showed us the way to the future of I/O technology in late February with the debut of new MacBook Pros outfitted with a Thunderbolt (formerly Light Peak) port disguised as a mere mortal Mini DisplayPort. Now that the high-speed data port is a reality -- and likely headed for other Mac models in the near future -- who’s taking advantage of it and how?