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iOS devices match Windows PC sales for the first time

iOS devices match Windows PC sales for the first time

Apple reported during its earnings call on Tuesday that a combined total of 57.9 million iPhones and iPads were sold in Q3 2015, which means that for the first time in the history of the iOS platform, it is matching sales of all Windows PCs put together.

Facebook improves location sharing in Messenger, removes always-on tracking

Facebook improves location sharing in Messenger, removes always-on tracking

Facebook has developed a new method of sharing your location in Messenger to make the app safer and to protect your privacy. The service will no longer share your location by default, so it is only broadcast when you explicitly choose to send it.

iPhone’s text bug also affects Twitter and Snapchat

iPhone’s text bug also affects Twitter and Snapchat

The iPhone bug that causes Messages to crash and forces a reboot when a certain string of text is received also breaks Twitter and Snapchat, it has been found. If the same message is received by one of these apps and notifications are enabled, it has exactly the same affect.

Apple patent hints at new home button that can act as a tiny touchpad

Apple patent hints at new home button that can act as a tiny touchpad

Apart from the introduction of Touch ID with the iPhone 5s in 2013, Apple’s home button on iOS devices has hardly changed over the years. But a new patent suggests the Cupertino company is working on a big upgrade that could turn it into a tiny touchpad and more.

Scott Forstall is ‘delighted’ Apple continues to release ‘great and beloved products’

Scott Forstall is ‘delighted’ Apple continues to release ‘great and beloved products’

In the middle of April, it was revealed that ex-iOS SVP Scott Forstall is now co-producing a major Broadway musical.

Two roommates stabbed each other while arguing iPhone vs Android

Two roommates stabbed each other while arguing iPhone vs Android

For anyone that takes a cursory glance online, specifically at forums where mobile operating systems are discussed, they would know that arguments tend to be the norm.

iOS’s former chief Scott Forstall is co-producing the Broadway musical ‘Fun Home’

iOS’s former chief Scott Forstall is co-producing the Broadway musical ‘Fun Home’

Earlier on Friday, April 17, it was revealed that Scott Forstall, the former iOS chief at Apple, has been working as an advisor to Snapchat for quite some time.

JailbreakCon 2015 kicks off on June 20 in San Francisco

JailbreakCon 2015 kicks off on June 20 in San Francisco

JailbreakCon 2015, also known as the Worldwide Jailbreak Con, will kick off on Saturday, June 20, in San Francisco. The two-day event gives attendees the opportunity to learn more about jailbreaking, with workshops, presentations, and lots more.

Here’s how small businesses can claim POIs in Apple Maps with iOS 8.3

Here’s how small businesses can claim POIs in Apple Maps with iOS 8.3

Apple’s iOS 8.3 update, which made its public debut on Wednesday, includes a new feature that allows small businesses to manage their own POI data inside the Maps app. In this how-to, we’ll show you how you can claim and manage yours.

All the best new apps and app updates to land in the App Store this week [March 30 – April 3]

All the best new apps and app updates to land in the App Store this week [March 30 – April 3]
Each week, a new round of apps and app updates land in the iOS App Store. This week is no exception with the debut of Microsoft’s Office Lens app , Slate publishing tool from Adobe and a huge update to OmniFocus for iOS. These titles are only a sampling of what is available. Read on for our picks of the best new apps and app updates this week that you shouldn’t miss.