Assuming Apple doesn't introduce big changes to its software keyboard with iOS 8 this year, the folks at Fleksy may be our best hope for change now that they've opened the doors to all developers with an SDK.
It wasn't so long ago that the very idea of AT&T unlocking a customer's iPhone was unheard of, but over the last couple of years, things have improved dramatically -- that is, until recently, and no one is quite sure why.
Apple scored a small victory in court today, but this time it rested on a technicality. In a class-action lawsuit that dates back to 2011, the plaintiffs iargued that Apple was fostering an illegal monopoly with the App Store, because the Cupertino company doesn't let users use other app stores besides its own.
Ever find yourself thinking that there's something fishy about Apple's performance in China? Apparently you're not the only one, as Taiwan's Next Media Animation released a video mocking their mainland cousins' government, state-owned media, and trumpeting of domestic brands over foreign ones in response to what they call "the Apple iPhone electric shock scandal."
It turns out it's not just Apple products that have been involved in tragic incidents in China lately. As reported by Gizmodo, a man in Hong Kong was simply playing an app on his Samsung Galaxy S4 when the device allegedly exploded. After he threw it across the room and under the couch in panic, the fire spread and caused some massive damage to his apartment.
Apple took a stance against unsigned applications from third-parties by enabling Gatekeepter in Mountain Lion, which only allows users to download apps via the Mac App Store or verified developers. Fortunately, there's a setting tweak that'll let you change this. Continue reading to learn how you can tweak Gatekeeper.