At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, Apple unveiled the newest version of iOS, its mobile operating system. Apple is touting this as the biggest change to iOS since the iPhone. It doesn’t roll out for consumers until the fall and will be available on the iPhone 4 and newer, iPad 2 and… Continue reading Seven Changes To Apple’s iOS 7
Apple’s iOS 6 has been a major update. You get lots of great new features to help you be productive. Here goes. Create your own acronyms Apple first added text expansion in iOS 5. If you find yourself often using a few stock phrases when you type out text messages on your iPhone
Apple and Nokia are struggling to make their proposals selected by the ETSI in the search for the standard of the nano-SIMs. Do not just put out a fire when the fire alarm beeps elsewhere. So are the technological worlds, struggling constantly in a thousand different fronts. Apple, fortunately or unfortunately, is involved in many… Continue reading Apple, Nokia, and a new fight to standardize the nano-SIM
Apple has introduced one of its latest patents, the possibility of using Siri through a Mac and other devices. Yes, one of the most recent patent indicates that the company could be working on a supposed “voice control system.” This describes the current system of Siri that the iPhone 4S is paired with a computer… Continue reading Apple may be interested in bringing the Siri in Mac
In the latter patent filed by Apple, it set out the principle of a wireless headset, complete with a built-in MP3 player. Can this thing be part of your own headset for the iPhone 5 – or is it something else? A recent report in the Journal of the filing of a patent Computerworld Apple… Continue reading The new patent Apple: Headset for iPhone 5 or something else?