Hyper-local forecast app Dark Sky has been updated to version 4.2 with support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and a widget for the Notification Center. There are other improvements as well, including more detailed maps.
Apple began notifying developers today of some big changes coming to app submissions to the App Store. Listed on the developers news portal, Apple will require that all apps and app updates use the iOS 8 SDK and include 64-bit support starting in February of 2015.
A new update to the Target app brings a completely redesigned shopping experience while also adding support for Apple Pay so you can use your fingers to pay for your web purchases. With the app, you have expanded shopping choices as you can choose to have items shipped to you, pick your goods up at a local Target store location, or create shopping lists.
With the availability of OS X Yosemite in the Mac App Store, Apple isn't stopping an end to the public beta program it had created to allow customers to test new features before a larger launch. Instead, Apple will continue the beta program for customers who had participated in the OS X Beta Program. However, if you're done being a tester, Apple is also giving you an option to opt out of future beta updates as well.
OpenTable, the popular restauant reservation service, has updated its iPhone app that adds Apple Pay support, but the new feature is only available in three cities in the US: New York City, San Francisco and Washington DC.
Apple's erasing the line between iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite wherever it makes sense. One of those places is in making and taking phone calls on your Mac, a feature of Continuity. All you've got to do is enable it and you're good to go!
iOS 8.1 was released a short time ago. Among the hallmark features are the addition of Apple Pay support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with new features and functionality like MMS/SMS Handoff support on supported Macs. There's a lot of other stuff besides. Here's the complete list, according to Apple's release notes:
iOS 8.1 will run on iPhone 4s and newer, iPad 2 and newer, and iPod touch 5. If you have enough available storage space on your device, you can install it using Software Update. If you're already running iOS 8, storage shouldn't be a problem. If you're still on iOS 7, you'll have to pay closer attention and may need to update using iTunes instead.
We've gathered together some great discounts on iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps, accessories, and devices for you today.
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