Apple has rolled out a new update this week to its iOS App Store which has added new Apple app age ratings notifications making it easier to see age ratings for applications within the Apple App Store. A new Apple
John Gruber from the Daring Fireball website has this week revealed that Apple is a behind on its iOS 7 development schedule, and has had to bring in extra support form its OS X development team to get the
The latest iPhone 5S rumor coincides with the earlier rumor that says Apple is going to start production of the iPhone 5S this quarter and be released in the summer. This latest rumor coincides with that one, and suggests
It has been revealed today that the Macworld iWorld 2014 conference has now been put back from its original February dates, into March 2014. The Macworld iWorld 2014 conference will now take place from March 27-29th 2014, and will move from Moscone
Apple has this week started rolling out the latest OS X 10.8.4 first beta release to Appleseed members allowing them to check out the new release ahead of its official launch. The release of the latest OS X 10.8.4
It has been reported today that Apple has been refused a trademark for their iPad Mini tablet by the US Patent and Trademark Office. The application by Apple was rejected due to the name of the tablet being “merely
Apple and Samsung have been battling it out in court for quite a while, Samsung were ordered to pay Apple around $1 billion in damages, although the judge dealing with the case recently reduced these damages by $450 million.
Sometimes an update can be small, but make a large difference. That’s the case here with the update of the Gmail app for iOS. There have been some basic things missing from the Gmail app for iOS, but Google