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iBooks gets audiobooks, iBooks Author content for iPhone in iOS 8.4

iBooks gets audiobooks, iBooks Author content for iPhone in iOS 8.4

As part of the iOS 8.4 update, which brought Apple's new Music app and streaming service, Apple has also added a number of improvements to its iBooks app. One of these changes means that iBooks is now the destination for your audiobooks. You can find, download, and listen to audiobooks from the...
Apple launches iOS 8.4 with Apple Music

Apple launches iOS 8.4 with Apple Music

Apple has released iOS 8.4 to the public, and with it, the Apple Music streaming music service. The service allows users to stream music an unlimited number of tracks on-demand from the iTunes catalog, brings along Beats 1, a live radio station broadcasting globally 24 hours a day, 7 days a week...
iOS 8.4 reportedly launching June 30 at 8am PT, Beats 1 at 9am

iOS 8.4 reportedly launching June 30 at 8am PT, Beats 1 at 9am

Apple announced that iOS 8.4 along with its premiere features—a new Music app, Apple Music, Beats 1, and Connect—would be launching on June 30, 2015. The company even created a Facebook event for the launch. Now, however, Ian Rogers, former CEO of Beats and current Senior Director of Apple Music...
iOS 9 can temporarily delete apps to make room for software updates

iOS 9 can temporarily delete apps to make room for software updates

An upcoming feature in iOS 9 should make it easier for users with limited storage space on their devices to install software updates. When it launches this fall, iOS 9 should lay the groundwork to make it easier to install future software updates. The system will now ask you for permission to...
Apple releases second developer beta of iOS 9

Apple releases iOS 9 beta 2 for developers

Apple has released the second beta version of iOS 9 to developers. The second developer beta of iOS 9 is now available for developers. It can be downloaded over the air on a device with the first beta installed, or from Apple's iOS Developer Resources site. iOS 9 will arrive for all users later...
What would you change about the Home screen?

What would you change about the Home screen?

The app launcher as home screen dates all the way back to the Newton, but how much further should it go? There's a lot to recommend the iPhone-style Home screen. It's understandable to almost everyone, it's simple and predictable to use, and static icons are highly memorable and locatable. If...
XARA, deconstructed: An in-depth look at OS X and iOS cross-app resource attacks

XARA, deconstructed: An in-depth look at OS X and iOS cross-app resource attacks

Does the Indiana University XARA whitepaper make your head hurt? Here's an in-depth look at what "cross-app resource attacks" actually mean for your iOS and OS X systems. This week, security researchers from Indiana University released details of four security vulnerabilities they discovered in...
Here are all the iPhones, iPads, and iPods compatible with iOS 9

Here are all the iPhones, iPads, and iPods compatible with iOS 9

Can your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch run iOS 9? If it's on this list, it can! If you think the list of devices that can run iOS 9 looks familiar, it's because it's the exact same list of devices that could run iOS 8 this year. That's right, Apple is making sure they support every iPhone, iPad,...
Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Gruber and Schiller: Our full transcript of The Talk Show at WWDC

Read the Gruber/Schiller Talk Show interview in full from last Tuesday. Daring Fireball founder John Gruber sat down with Apple senior vice president of worldwide marketing Phil Schiller at WWDC for a live version of Gruber's podcast The Talk Show. Here, to the best of our ability, is a full...
Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

We're in San Francisco all week for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. Follow along with us! There's a lot to see, do, and talk about beyond the doors of Moscone. After Apple's keynote, Rene, Peter, and myself are off into the wide world of WWDC 2015 week, speaking at Layers and...
Continuity will bring calls and texts over cellular connections in iOS 9

Continuity will bring calls and texts over cellular connections in iOS 9

Continuity for calls and texts is shedding its Wi-Fi shackles in iOS 9. Thanks to a change that eliminates the need to be on the same Wi-Fi network to use Continuity, it looks like users will be able to make and receive calls and texts on their Mac or iPad over a cellular connection with iOS 9....
18 features in iOS 9 you may have missed during the keynote

18 features in iOS 9 you may have missed during the keynote

We've heard about the big stuff. Here are my favorite little features hiding away in iOS 9. We're a month away from iOS 9's public beta and still a few months from any sort of release, but Apple's already teased a ton of information about the iPhone and iPad's next major operating system....
Apple releases new iOS 8.4 beta versions to developers and testers

Apple releases new iOS 8.4 beta versions to developers and testers

The fourth developer beta version of iOS 8.4 has been released, along with the third beta for AppleSeed testers. Apple has released the latest beta of iOS 8.4, both to developers and their AppleSeed testers. Both groups can download the latest beta over-the-air to a device running the previous...
How to opt your website out of Apple's News app

How to opt your website out of Apple's News app

Don't want Apple's News app to read your website? Here's how to opt out. The company's new News app may not be coming until later this year, but if you'd prefer that Apple not scrape your RSS feed into its "stunning content" reader, it's actually a simple process. Apple has an entire...
Apple details changes coming in iOS 9 on its official site

Apple details changes coming in iOS 9 on its official site

Apple has updated its official site with a preview of iOS 9, highlighting what's coming in the new update later this year. Apple has updated its website for iOS with information about the forthcoming iOS 9. Coming later this year, iOS 9 will feature a number of enhancements both to user experience...
Apple Developer Program

Apple unifies iOS and OS X developer programs under a single banner

Apple finally decides to allow developers to access its iOS and OS X tools under one program for one price. As part of its WWDC 2015 event, Apple has made a long-awaited move to merge its iOS and OS X developer programs. From now on, both will be under one roof, the Apple Developer Program,...
El Capitan Split Screen

Everything Apple announced at WWDC in pictures

Here's everything Apple announced at WWDC 2015 in pictures. At WWDC 2015, we heard all about the new stuff coming from Apple, including iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2, and Apple Music. Most of the announcements came in the form of long text articles, so if you're eager to get a little...
Move to IOS app

Apple wants to make your switch from Android painless with upcoming Move to iOS app

Android smartphone owners will get a new way to transfer their data to a new iPhone with the upcoming Move to iOS app. While not announced as part of Apple's WWDC 2015 keynote event, the company has posted up word of an upcoming app coming to iOS 9. The app is called simply Move to iOS, and...
Here are the developer focused changes in iOS 9

Here are the developer-focused changes in iOS 9

Apple announced a ton of new stuff at WWDC, but many important things went by without mention during the keynote. On stage at WWDC 2015, Apple previewed a ton of great stuff abut what is coming in iOS 9. While the general public won't get it on their devices until the fall, developers will...
'Safari view controller' will bring persistent logins to web view in iOS apps

'Safari view controller' will bring persistent logins to web view in iPhone and iPad apps

Filling in your login info from web view in various apps may soon get easier on iOS. If you've clicked a link in an app in the past, you've no doubt noticed that the integrated web view won't store login information for a site that you may be browsing. A proposed solution to this is what is called...

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