Dropbox has been one of the leading cloud storage solutions available on the web and mobile devices since the service launched in September 2008, although in recent years it has been facing increasing competition and declining prices from Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Box and others.
Dropbox slashes storage prices, introduces Dropbox Pro with 1TB and remote wipe feature for just $9.99/month
There’s no need to be ashamed of singing in the shower. We’re all guilty of it. It’s a safe place to belt out your favorite tunes without fear of judgement. But you don’t want to drag your iOS device into the shower, so you don’t have any control over the music while you’re under the water. You can solve that with the Bluetooth Shower Speaker. It’s on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.
T-Mobile recently sent an internal memo to employees to inform them of a sales promotion that should see all iPhone models discounted by up to $50 off beginning today. The exact details surrounding the promotion are not confirmed, although it does apply to the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 in various storage capacities.
Starbucks is offering one free month of Luminosity Premium service as part of its Pick of the Week promotion, the first time that it has offered an in-app purchase through the App Store. The deal must be redeemed and activated on an iPhone or iPod touch using the official Starbucks app, at which point the premium features are unlocked on all platforms.
According to DigiTimes, citing Taiwan-based supply chain sources, Apple will launch a thinner MacBook by late 2014 or early 2015. The report claims that Apple manufacturing partners have began production of components for the next-generation MacBook in small volumes as the launch of the notebook approaches.
It is no secret that one of the most often requested features for iOS has been third-party keyboard replacements. In iOS 8 it is finally a reality, and developers are certainly taking advantage of the changes.
There are quite a few concepts and renderings of the iPhone 6 out there now, and many of them take into account rumors of a round, and not pill-shaped, True Tone flash. A new report is corroborating those early rumors yet again.
In March of this year, Apple officially unveiled their in-car integration, CarPlay, and since then we’ve seen plenty of auto manufacturers jump on board with their support. A popular iOS app has now confirmed that it, too, will have future CarPlay integration.