While Apple’s iOS 6 software was only release yesterday, about 15 percent of eligible devices have already upgraded, according to data from research firm Chitika.
In addition to general bug squashes and performance boosters, the new Facebook for iOS brings superfast News Feed scrolling, a new banner that will show more stories, and a quick new way to get to full-screen photos.
As we all know, people don’t like change. And chances are, if you’ve already upgraded to iOS 6, you’re missing Google Maps. Apple’s Maps app is homegrown, organic, free-range, and not fed any geographical by-products. And yet, for many it’s just missing the mark. Here’s a funny, new Tumblr to help you with the road rage.
iPhone and iPad owners who rushed to update to the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system were met with a number of software surprises including one they never expected: the inability to connect to Wi-Fi networks.
Yelp, a young public company with an uncertain future, has received an Apple-sized boost that could buoy its business for years to come.
Apple’s new iOS 6 operating system is now available for several models of the iPhone and iPad, and it’s chock full of new features.
Anyone considering buying the iPhone 5 and iPod Touch will be wondering whether the new features make it better suited for both personal and professional use.
Apple today unveiled a new, larger iPhone 5 as well as a new iPod Touch, iPod Shuffle, and a revamped iTunes aimed at more mobile users. It also released the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 6. Here’s VentureBeat’s blow-by-blow coverage with all the details.
Alongside the latest iPhone, Apple is also making some big changes to the iPod.
Doesn’t it feel like we all just upgraded our phones to iOS 5? Well, get ready for more features, because iOS 6 is coming to an iPhone near you.
Apple is rolling out a variety of key improvements with the latest iteration of the personal assistant software.
Apple finally revealed the iPhone 5, and while the plethora of rumors over the past two years left little room for surprise, it looks like Apple has further refined its retro-chic iPhone 4 design to create yet another must-have smartphone.
Apple is announcing something at its event Wednesday. We dig into the hype to tell you just what you can expect from the not-so-mysterious announcement.
After Apple acquired (and shut down) the app discovery service Chomp, we expected some improvements for the iOS App Store. Now it looks like those upgrades are finally taking shape, thanks to an update to the App Store last night for iOS 6 beta testers.
It’s not just Google Maps that’ll be missing from iOS 6: Apple confirmed today that its YouTube app will also be dropped in the new operating system, but it will eventually be replaced by a new YouTube app from Google.