Road rage: ‘Amazing iOS 6 Maps’ Tumblr shows off best Apple Maps hiccups

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.

iOS 6 plagued by strange Wi-Fi bug (updated)

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.

Apple event highlights new iPhone 5, iPods, iTunes, Foo Fighters

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.

Facebook extends its iOS 6 integration to app developers with latest SDK

The rekindled relationship between Facebook and Apple will soon bring a deeply integrated Facebook experience to Apple iOS devices that will mean big things for the social network, consumers, and Apple’s developer community. We had an inkling that that would be the case; now we know for sure.


iOS 6 revealed: Better Siri with iPad support, Facebook, and more

Apple’s next installment of its mobile operating system, iOS 6, will include a better version of the voice-assistant Siri that will work on the iPad, Facebook integration, and more, the company announced today at WWDC 2012. The OS will be released this fall on the iPhone 3GS and later, the iPad 2, and the latest iPad. Developers will get preview access starting today.

WWDC 2012: Apple keynote liveblog

Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicks off today with a keynote address from CEO Tim Cook and company. This year, Apple is expected to make announcements about  iOS 6, Mountain Lion, iCloud, and fresh Mac and MacBook hardware. (Check out our full round-up of predictions.)

WWDC predictions: A new iOS, Mountain Lion date, and iCloud updates

Spoiler alert! Apple is going to announce things on Monday morning at a keynote address kicking off the annual Apple World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC). Since speculation and rumors are half the fun (and annoyance) of reporting on Apple, we’ve collected some of our predictions for the big event.