Back in June, during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the company showed off an impressive tech demo for their new API called Metal. The demo was for a game called Epic Zen Garden, and it was focused on the graphic power that future iOS-based devices could expect on their handsets.
There is a lot of content out there, and sometimes you don’t have time to read it all when you’d like. So, saving it to read later has become a norm for some people. Instapaper has been making reading things later easier for quite some time, and now with the latest update, even more features have been tossed into the mix.
Apple updates Beats Music, Find My iPhone and other first-party apps in conjunction with iOS 8 release
On September 9, Apple officially made the public release date for iOS 8 official: September 17. It will be a free download, which will add a wide range of new features and tweaks to your iOS-based device. But, if a new software version isn’t enough, how about a popular third-party keyboard to add to the mix?
Following today’sÂ release of iOS 8 Golden Master to registered developers, Apple announced that it has started accepting submissions for iOS 8-ready apps from today.
As we inch closer to the launch of the iPhone 6, which is set to be unveiled on September 9, and the public launch of iOS 8, we’re starting to see Apple add iOS 8-based features in the products we’re already using.
Foursquare recently split itself into two apps, the main Foursquare app for discovery and a new Swarm app for check ins. The companyÂ today released version 8.0 of the Foursquare app with an all-new design and a focus on personalised recommendations for restaurants and other places.
Scribd for iPhone was updated this afternoon with a new lookÂ and other features, including a redesigned book description page, horizontal browsing from book to book in collections, streamlined library management and an all-new color palette and fonts throughout the app. The update pushes the app to version 3.6.0.Â