iOS Devices

Big football fans might want new NFL Now iPhone and iPad app along with Apple TV

The new NFL Now app for the iPhone and iPad has been released, along with a version of the app for Apple TV that was previously announced.

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Latest comScore numbers show jump in iPhone use in the US

The research firm comScore has released its latest report on the smartphone industry market share in the United States, this time for June 2014. The new info shows that the leading smartphone OEM in the US continues to be Apple, claiming 42.1 percent of all US smartphone owners in June for its iPhone, up compared to 41.4 percent in March.

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Look out UberPool; Lyft launches Lyft Line carpool service on iPhone

The Lyft car service has just announced it has started a new carpool feature called Lyft Line, for a number of iPhone users. This news comes just one day after its biggest rival Uber announced a similar service, UberPool.

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StubHub Music iPhone app goes live in the US, Canada and UK to help music lovers

StubHub, the online ticket service, has officially launched its new StubHub Music app exclusively for iPhone owners, allowing them to discover new artists and music along with other services.

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ABC News on Apple TV beats desktop and mobile combined in live streaming

The ABC News channel on the Apple TV seems to be quite popular with viewers, accounting for more online viewing than ABC's desktop and mobile apps combined. In the first month of availability, viewers watched 50% more live video through the Apple TV than through the desktop and mobile portals combined. ABC put together an infographic on the channel's first 30 days.

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China may have banned government purchases of iPads and other Apple products

A new report from Bloomberg claims that the government of China has excluded a number of Apple products, including the iPad, the iPad mini and a number of MacBook laptops from a list of approved products that can be purchased with public money.

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UK Virgin Media users can watch Sky Movies and Sports on iPhone and iPad

UK Virgin Media users who are also signed up with subscriptions to Sky Movies or Sky Sports can now watch these channels on the go, via the Sky Movies and Sky Sports apps for the iPhone and iPad.

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Apple Stores commence in-store screen replacements for iPhone 5s

Apple Stores will now be able to fix the broken screen on your iPhone 5s without having to send the device out to an off-site location. The service is being rolled out to Apple Stores across the US, although at this stage there is no confirmation as to whether all locations would be able to service broken screens.

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Apple TV gets new beta with revamped iOS-like icons

In addition to today's new beta builds of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, Apple has released a new beta for Apple TV as well, bringing with it a new look for the icons that give it an iOS-like look.

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Apple releases iOS 8 beta 5 for iPhone and iPad to developers

Apple has released IOS 8 beta 5 to app developers today, which contains a number of bug fixes and improvements for the operating system that will likely be officially released for the iPhone and iPad later this fall.

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