Beats Music’s Latest Update Enables In-App Subscriptions
Apr20

Beats Music’s Latest Update Enables In-App Subscriptions

Streaming radio service of the Beats empire, Beats Music, recently updated its iPhone app and added in-app subscriptions, therefore the company is now paying Apple 30% of the money on all new signups. Beats Music app was first launched in January with streaming subscription service hoping to do dealings with Pandora and the new ones like Apple’s very own iTunes Radio. But at the time, Apple did not receive direct share of the signup...

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Apple offering unclaimed WWDC tickets to select developers
Apr19

Apple offering unclaimed WWDC tickets to select developers

If you didn’t get picked in last week’s WWDC 2014 ticket lottery, you might get a second chance to purchase a ticket. Apple is reportedly sending out emails to developers who weren’t picked in the lotto and offering another chance to purchase tickets that were unclaimed. If you’re picked, you’ll have 24 hours to buy the ticket via another email from Apple, or your ticket will head back into the queue and...

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Is this the iPhone 6c?
Apr18

Is this the iPhone 6c?

MacRumours posted renderings of what the iPhone 6 could look like based on leaks, but looking at these just make me feel disgusted. This basically is the iPhone 5c, with a bigger screen and the replacement of the Lock/Power button, dubbed the 6c. Since Apple took a bold, new step and announced two phones last time (5s and 5c) it is possible they will do the same for the iPhone 6, dubbed the 6s and the 6c. It is possible that Apple...

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Apple Testing out iTunes Radio in Latin America
Apr16

Apple Testing out iTunes Radio in Latin America

Last summer, Apple joined the party of other streaming services by unveiling iTunes Radio, Apple’s exceptional attempt at keeping music lovers constantly invested in the iOS software system. But Apple may have a plan for expanding new growth for iTunes Radio. Reports tell that iTunes Radio has emerged up (unofficially) in Ecuador, which hints at a Latin American market push for the streaming service. As of this report, iTunes...

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Microsoft Adds Apple’s Passbook Passes Support in Windows Phone 8.1
Apr15

Microsoft Adds Apple’s Passbook Passes Support in Windows Phone 8.1

Microsoft integrated support for Apple’s Passbook passes in Windows Phone 8.1, which was recently launched as a developer preview. The Redmond giant revealed this newest version of Windows Phone a few weeks ago and integrated the mobile OS with digital assistant and also Siri competitor, Cortana. As noted by the people over at The Verge, Microsoft had developed a way that takes data from a Passbook file and converts it into a card...

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