The process was always going to be a long one, but it looks like the acquisition of Beats Electronics by Apple has officially been completed, based on a once-sentence press release issued by Vivendi on August 1.
As we inexorably roll closer to the end of the year, we continue to see more and more parts reportedly from the inside of Apple’s pair of unannounced devices. This time around, it’s the Home button flex from not only the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, but also the 5.5-inch iPhone 6/Air that’s raising some questions.
Facebook decided to kill Facebook Messenger inside the stock app just a few days ago, in an effort to move users over to the standalone Messenger app for mobile platforms, and now the app has received an update that should make those visual conversations less frustrating.
Microsoft today released a major updated to its Office for iPad apps adding a number of widely requested features to Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Office for iPad was released in March this year, and the apps have collectively been downloaded more than 35 million times.
When Apple officially unveiled iOS 8 at this year’s WWDC, they also offered up a glimpse at their new Tips app, which puts together a nice list (which can be updated when necessary) of tips and tricks for iOS 8 users to learn more about the software. Apple has launched a dedicated site with the same idea in mind.
Back in May, a report said that Apple was working on building its own Content Delivery Network (CDN) to speedily deliver digital content like music, videos, apps, software updates etc. Apple’s CDN has reportedly gone live in the US and Europe, according to a new report.
At the end of 2013, a keyboard case called the Typo was unveiled as the “perfect” accessory for your iPhone 5/5s. Immediately after the unveiling, Typo came under fire from its obvious design inspiration, BlackBerry, and so some changes needed to be made for the inexorable sequel. And here we are.