iOS Devices

AT&T expands pre-paid GoPhone service to iPad 3 and iPad mini

AT&T is expanding its pre-paid GoPhone service to include a limited number of tablets for the first time. This will allow users with compatible tablets to purchase data time on AT&T's network on a monthly basis.

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Apple adds headphones to Lightning cable certification standard

Apple has apparently introduced a new specification to their MFi program to allow manufacturers to build headphones that run audio through an iOS device's Lightning, rather than the 3.5mm headphone jack. Headphones utilizing the spec will be able to receive stereo 48 kHz digital audio and send mono 48 kHz audio. They will come in two configurations, according to 9to5Mac:

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iOS 8 AirPlay won't need a network connection

Here's an interesting tidbit about iOS 8 that Apple didn't give stage time to, and that's the removal of a necessary network connection for AirPlay. It's not even easily noticeable on Apple's iOS 8 preview site either, but there, nestled within the enterprise section is what we're looking for:

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iPhone 5s is $79 this week at RadioShack, free with 4s trade-in

As we get into the time of the year where there are very few new mobile hardware launches, RadioShack is offering customers a chance to get the latest version of Apple's smartphone, the iPhone 5s for a two-year contract price of just $79.

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T-Mobile confirms that Wi-Fi calling is coming to iPhones on their network with iOS 8

T-Mobile has confirmed that iPhones on their network will be able to take advantage of the Wi-Fi calling feature that the US carrier has offered since 2007. Among all of the big announcements today about iOS 8 at WWDC 2014, Apple also had their customary slide of "all the rest" of the many other features small-medium-and-arguably-kind-of-large that they didn't have time to mention in the marathon two-hour event. Among them was Wi-Fi calling.

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Everything we learned about OS X 10.10 from WWDC 2014

Apple's WWDC keynote is over and, as expected, the folks at Cupertino had a ton of things to reveal about OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Just in case you want to check to see what was revealed during the two hour keynote in one easy-to-read news post, we got your covered.

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Family Share for iOS 8 will let you share apps, pictures, and calendars

In the WWDC proceedings today, Apple showed off Family Sharing for iOS 8. Family Sharing allows up to six devices to easily share calendars, reminders, and lots more. With Family Sharing you can use Find my Device for anyone in the family, which is perfect for kids that have a habit of losing their things.

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iPhone will be able to hand off phone calls and text messages to Mac

As a part of today's WWDC announcement, Apple showed a new OS X Yosemite feature which automatically shunts phone calls and text messages from your iPhone to your Mac. This all ties in with a bunch of other useful new AirDrop-related features.

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Catch today's WWDC 2014 keynote live on your Apple TV!

As in previous years, you'll be able to catch todays WWDC 2014 keynote streamed live on your Apple TV. Apple's dedicated events channel is once again back for the big event complete with a note on when to check back to watch the whole thing live – hint, 10 a.m. Pacific is when you'll need to be around!

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Apple TV has 'taken off,' billion dollar a year business

As long as there's someone to ask the question, someone will ask the question about Apple TV "Apple TV". Or the Apple TV. Or both. That's exactly what's gone down at the Code Conference where Apple's Eddy Cue had plenty of good to say about the company's little black box, and plenty of bad to say about the general TV experience. From Re/code:

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