All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iOS’

‘Infinity Blade III’ Launching With iOS 7

Today’s big Apple iPhone presentation was notable for being far from surprising. Nearly all of the leaks and rumors floating around about the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were proven true this afternoon. One of the only surprises of the conference was when Donald Mustard, co-founder of video game developer ChAIR, took to the stage. Mustard announced that Infinity Blade …

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Apple Close To Crossing ‘The 700 Million iOS Devices Shipped’ Barrier

Apple’s iPhone event is the talk of the Internet at the moment–well, for those who aren’t talking about Miley Cyrus getting kind of naked in her new video–as people huddle around the modern-day transistor radio, waiting breathlessly for any nuggets of information regarding their next mobile device. With the announcement of some iPhone 5 updates, Apple once again delivered some …

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iTunes Radio Release Date Is Officially September 18th

As one of many announcements today, Apple revealed that iTunes Radio will be available on September 18th as part of the iOS 7 update. Apple revealed iTunes Radio back in June when it revealed iOS 7, and it has been expected to be part of the update, but at the time, they just said it would be available in the …

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Apple Event: iWork, iMovie, iPhoto To Be Free With New iOS Devices

Apple announced today that its iWork suite of productivity apps will be free with the purchase of new iOS devices. That includes Pages, Numbers and Keynote. iMovie and iPhoto will also be free. “We think that iWork is a really key advantage for our customers’ productivity, and iPhoto and iMovie are great for their creativity,” said CEO Tim Cook is …

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iOS 7 Release Date Is Officially September 18th

At its big press event, Apple just announced that iOS 7 will be available on September 18th. Tim Cook introduced the event and talked about a few of the company’s latest stats before turning the stage over to Craig Federighi, who revisited the features of the operating system Apple introduced back in June. The OS has a completely new design …

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Google Drive For iOS Just Got A Lot Better

If you’ll recall, Google launched an update to its Google Drive app for Android back in May. This notably brought the ability to preview files. Now, Drive for iOS has gotten a similar update, along with a new look. “Today’s update delivers that same card-style thumbnail layout, along with a number of other upgrades that make it even easier to …

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Call Of Duty: Strike Team Lands On iOS Devices Today

Call of Duty is arguably the biggest franchise in gaming today with each new entry selling more than the last. For years, Activision has been content to let its biggest franchise do business exclusively on consoles, but it’s been warming up to mobile devices over the last years. Activision today released Call of Duty: Strike Team, an all-new Call of …

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Android App Revenue Rising, Still Behind iOS

Though Android is now dominating global mobile OS market share, it seems that Android users still aren’t as free with their money as iPhone-owners. Overall Android app revenue is still lagging behind iOS. However, new data from analyst firm ABI Research is showing that Android app revenue is rising faster than app revenue on iOS. “Apple’s iOS still leads all …

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iPhone 5S Rumor Has The Device Supporting Motion Tracking, Being 31% Faster

As we get closer to the expected unveiling, more rumors continue to trickle out about the next iPhone device, typically referred to as the iPhone 5S. The latest comes from Clayton Morris at Fox News, who tweeted that its chip will run about 31% faster than the chip used in the iPhone 5. Sources are telling me the new iPhone's …

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Android is Still Missing Top iPad Apps

Though it took years for Android’s smartphone apps to catch up with iTunes, manufacturers were ready for the iPad, and Android tablets have caught up to Apple’s hardware in no time. Google itself is even pushing a mini-tablet. It turns out, though, that app developers aren’t quite as excited for Android tablets as consumers are. Analyst firm Canalys this week …

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Smartphone Sales Have Now Overtaken Feature Phones

Though tablet sales slowed during the second quarter of 2013, smartphone sales are still going strong. One analyst’s new numbers have shown that smartphones are now selling more worldwide that feature phones. Analyst firm Gartner today released estimates showing that smartphone sales reached 225 million units worldwide during the second quarter of 2013, up 46.5% from the same quarter last …

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