Yahoo Wants Apple Search?

Apple devices have the universal search which goes through the infamous search engine, Google. Latest rumors are that Yahoo seems interested in striking a deal with Apple that would allow Yahoo to be the default search engine. Let’s see how this pans out considering Google rune on data and less searches equates to less data totalling to less revenue. Still, Google is the trump and cream of the crop in the search engine industry...

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Apple releases iOS 7.1.1
Apr23

Apple releases iOS 7.1.1

Apple has just released iOS 7.1.1 which is a small update in terms of numbers from the previously released iOS 7.1. This update is simply a bug fix and it also improves Touch ID. Here’s the complete change log - This update contains improvements, bug fixes and security updates, including: Further improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition Fixes a bug that could impact keyboard responsiveness Fixes an issue when using...

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Apple Sends out the Eighth OS X 10.9.3 Beta to Developers with Some Minor Tweaks
Apr22

Apple Sends out the Eighth OS X 10.9.3 Beta to Developers with Some Minor Tweaks

Apple just seeded the newest OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 beta to developers with some minor changes and enhancements while asking developers to keep their focus on areas including graphics, Mail and iTunes syncing. Apple’s newest version of the upcoming OS X maintenance update version, dubbed build 13D45a, is the #8th seed since the early OS X 10.9.3 beta which was launched in March. According to the seed notes given, Apple is wants to have...

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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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