Even before Apple’s first wearable makes it to market, the unicorn device has already been front-and-center on its own roller coaster ride. Today is just another dip in the endless track, as a new report suggests we may not just get one iWatch later this year, but actually many different devices.
When Apple unveiled Touch ID, they kept it primarily close to the vest, using it for security on the device, and to make purchases through Apple’s digital services. With the unveiling of iOS 8, though, the company made it known they’d be opening it up to third-party developers. According to a new report, the mobile wallet payment service could still be in the pipeline as well.
Pencil by FiftyThree aims for wider adoption and third-party apps, thanks to launch of FiftyThree SDK
When FiftyThree launched Paper, it quickly became one of the most popular apps for iPad, making it easier than ever before to draw, sketch and otherwise doodle on a tablet. Later, they launched their own stylus accessory, Pencil, which was adopted quickly. Now FiftyThree is looking to sweep in more users, and they’re going the SDK route to make it happen.
While a lot of jailbreak tweaks are simple extensions, there are also several larger tweaks that deliver useful functionality on iOS devices. EqualizerEverywhere is a brand new jailbreak tweak that fits the bill, adding a systemwide equalizer on iPhone. Read ahead for a detailed explanation of how the tweak works.
Fantastical 2 has quickly grown to become one of the most popular calendar replacement applications on iOS, and now with its newest update, it brings plenty of new worthwhile features to make using it easier, and better, than ever before.
OS X Yosemite reportedly launching in late October, 12-inch Retina MacBook and 4K desktop also rumored
The 12-inch Retina MacBook is one of the biggest unicorns Apple has at this point, and unlike the iPhone 6 hasn’t been besieged by a series of leaks. A new report suggests that Apple could be gearing up to launch it soon, along with a 4K desktop display or iMac. Plans for OS X Yosemite have also been divulged.
In May of this year, Foursquare officially announced that they’d be making some changes to their check-in app, in that they were moving the action of actually checking in into another app, called Swarm. Now, some more changes are in store for the app, with a bigger focus on discovery.