Apple offers unclaimed WWDC tickets to select developers

Apple offers unclaimed WWDC tickets to select developers

Apple is offering select developers a chance to buy WWDC tickets that remain unclaimed after the first round of attendees were chosen, according to 9to5mac. Developers who were offered second chance tickets were given 24 hours to purchase them at $1599 each.

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Web traffic for iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 devices remains steady

Web traffic for iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 devices remains steady

Server logs from AppleInsider show that Apple internal testing of iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 remains steady, but is no longer growing as it was in late 2013. This likely means Apple is testing the OS on a select number of devices and has not expanded its internal testing beyond this select number of machines.

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iPhone 6 renders based on case leaks show edge-to-edge design, larger screen and more

iPhone 6 renders based on case leaks show edge-to-edge design, larger screen and more

Concept artist Martin Hajek has published new renderings of the iPhone 6 based on recent case leaks that show a thin, edge-to-edge design with repositioned power buttons and a 4.7 inch screen.

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Facebook Paper for iOS updated with birthdays, events, photo comments, group posts and more

Facebook Paper for iOS updated with birthdays, events, photo comments, group posts and more

Paper for iOS, Facebook’s ambitious attempt to redefine the News Feed, was today updated to version 1.1 with a bunch of new features including birthday and event reminders, photo comments, group updates and more.

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Former Apple CEO John Sculley admits forcing Steve Jobs out was a mistake

Former Apple CEO John Sculley admits forcing Steve Jobs out was a mistake

John Sculley is the infamous Apple CEO who pushed out Steve Jobs from the company back in 1985. Sculley was Apple’s CEO from 1983 to 1993, and was brought from Pepsi to Apple by Jobs himself, with his famous “Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life? Or do you want to come with me and change the world?” pitch.

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Photos of Alleged iPad Air 2 Front Panel with integrated display

Photos of Alleged iPad Air 2 Front Panel with integrated display

Some photos of the iPhone 6 front panel have leaked out over the past few days and today we’ve come across front panels of the upcoming iPad Air 2 as well. Interestingly, the leak reveals the display integrated with the front panel which is different from the assembly on the current gen iPad Air. This could mean that the new iPad Air 2 could be significantly thinner than its predecessor.

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iPad sales could decline in Q2 2014, iPhones to see a slight increase

iPad sales could decline in Q2 2014, iPhones to see a slight increase

Analysts are reportedly pegging the iPad sales to come down a bit in Q2 2014, while the iPhones are expected to make up for it with a slight increase. They are expecting a decline in the sales of the iPad by 0.7% compared to Q2 2013.

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Take Stunning Photos With The Essential iPhoneography Lens Kit [Deals Hub]

Take Stunning Photos With The Essential iPhoneography Lens Kit [Deals Hub]

The term “Kodak moment” is slipping out of people’s vocabulary and is being replaced with the iPhone moment. You don’t usually carry a dedicated camera with you anymore because you can capture your moments on your phone that you already have in your pocket. Make the traditional camera even more obsolete and turn your iPhone into the only camera you need with the Ultimate iPhone Photographer’s Lens Kit from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.

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Over third of Samsung Galaxy S5 buyers reportedly switched from iPhone

Over third of Samsung Galaxy S5 buyers reportedly switched from iPhone

According to a new report, over 38% of the people who upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S5 this past week were iPhone owners. The revelation comes from CompareMyMobile, which is a mobile trade-in site.

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Warning: Malware discovered on Jailbroken iOS devices which steals Apple ID and passwords [Updated]

Warning: Malware discovered on Jailbroken iOS devices which steals Apple ID and passwords [Updated]

Security researcher Stefan Esser a.k.a i0n1c has reported a serious security issue for jailbreakers. A malware called “Unflod Baby Panda” has been discovered on jaibroken iOS devices that is sending Apple ID and password to servers based in China.

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