Digging around the iOS 7.1 software developer kit has revealed that we may be seeing Siri integration with Apple TV. The code refers to Assistant, which is Apple's internal name for Siri, in relation to device family 3, which is Apple TV.
SwiftKey Note hasn't been with us all that long on iOS but we're already getting the first round of new features. Based on user feedback, from today's update SwiftKey Note will have the following new goodies to make your experience just a little bit better:
Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are all part of Apple's iWork suite, and some of the best ways to manage documents, edit spreadsheets, and create presentations on an iPhone or iPad. When you make Pages, Numbers, or Keynote files, however, you're not locked into Apple's iCloud online storage. You can move anything you create to any other storage app that supports the basic file types. That includes Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, and more!
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got a slew of updates large and small, including stuff from Skype, Amazon.com, games, and more!
This form fit rear shell is impact resistant for complete protection of your iPhone and quickly slides in and out of the holster for instant phone access. The holster itself is lined with a soft fabric for a scratch free device and the 180 degree swiveling belt blip doubles as an adjustable clip stand, perfect for displaying or media viewing.
Viber has rolled out quite the update for iOS. Version 4.2 introduces a massive redesign of the experience, alongside some new features to boot. The last time we looked at the popular messaging service on iOS was late last year.
Apple on Tuesday announced a beta seeding program that enables anyone — not just registered developers — from gaining access to pre-release OS X Mavericks software and applications from Apple. There are some good reasons to get involved, but there are an equal number of reasons to stay away from it. Here are a few.
Apple's launched a new page on their website to profile the apps that are featured in their most recent ad for the iPhone 5s — "Powerful". The ad, which looks at how the iPhone is used in music and other life adventures, featured several apps in real world (ish) use scenarios. Most aren't necessarily how most of use might use these apps, but it's impressive nonetheless.
If you're a regular flyer with Air Berlin then you definitely want to grab the latest version of the airline's iPhone application. Besides a complete redesign that makes some other airlines apps look tired by comparison, Air Berlin has added support for Pebble with the release of version 3.0. And that means you can get your boarding passes on your watch.
Apple has released a new iPhone 5s ad called "Powerful". It's set to the song Gigantic by the Pixies, the ad highlights the iPhone 5s' utility with several kinds of musical instruments and vocals, as a connected controller for lighting, gaming, and rocket launching, for slow motion video, videography, live translation, blood pressure measurement, and finishes with the line — "You're more powerful than you think".