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.
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.
With almost every iteration of iOS, Apple has made it even more difficult to bypass a passcode lock. But the tiny box you see above is able to use brute force to bypass a passcode and gain entry to a locked iOS device while keeping its data intact.
As rumored, Apple has launched the iOS public beta program, which gives users early access to the upcoming version of iOS for the first time ever without needing a developer account.
Last December, Mozilla confirmed it had caved in and finally decided to develop an iOS version of its popular Firefox browser. It isn’t quite ready for its App Store debut yet, but those with jailbroken devices are already using the beta and giving us a glimpse at how it works.
Daylight Saving Time 2015: Did your iPhone or iPad will automatically ‘spring forward’ by an hour for DST?
It’s that time of the year when you have to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time in the U.S.
At 2 a.m. local time today (March 8, 2015), daylight saving time (DST) will arrive with the promise to give you an extra hour of evening light.
Substitute, the Cydia Substrate alternative being developed by famed iOS hacker Comex, is now available in alpha. Jailbreakers can download the package from GitHub to try it out on iOS 8, but Comex warns that it has not been tested and is nowhere near stable.
Apple has just given you a great reason to open up its Maps app by integrating “real-time” animations into its 3D views. Users will find the actual time displayed on Big Ben, and they can watch the London Eye turn as Flyover pans around it.
Tonight’s episode of Modern Family was filmed entirely on Apple devices. iPhones, iPads, and even MacBooks were used to shoot every scene, and in a new video, the show’s co-creator and executive producer, Steve Levitan, explains exactly how it was done to provide a genuine feel.
While screen sharing for collaboration has become a popular function on desktops, it still hasn’t made its way to our mobile devices. But a new Apple patent suggests the company is working on a new screen and data sharing method for iPhones and iPads.