Apple has long touted the iPhone as the most popular camera in the world, which is not much of a surpriseÂ givenÂ that the smartphone is approaching 550 million overall sales since launching seven years ago.Â As a testament to how much the iPhone has improved over that time, look no further than the eighthÂ annual iPhone Photography Awards. The photos are absolutely breathtaking.
Apple is kicking off its Worldwide developers conference on Monday, with the unveiling of iOS 8 expected to be a major highlight of tomorrow’s keynote event. Ahead of these changes to iOS, adoption of the current version of iOS continues to grow, with almost 90 percent of iPhone and iPad owners running iOS 7, claims Chitika in a recent report.
Australian Mac and iOS users are reporting their devices have been remotely locked by Hackers for ransom
A number of iOS and Mac users in Australia are reportingÂ on Apple Support Communities and Twitter that their iPhones, iPads and MacsÂ are being locked remotely by hackers, and areÂ demanding a ransom to get access to their devices again.
Two months following the launch of the 8 GB iPhone 5c in the U.K., Apple has officially launched the discounted iPhone 5c in India. The phone comes at the price ofÂ Rs. 33,500 ($572), but it’s currently discounted at Rs. 4,000 ($68) less than the standard price of Rs.Â 37,500 ($640).Â
A new study from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster shows that American customers are unsurprisingly delaying the purchase of their next iOS device amidst widespread rumors of the upcoming iPhone 6. Interest in the current models–the iPhone 5s, and the iPhone 5c–is slowly dropping as shown in the study involving 1,016 U.S. customers, which asked about theirÂ smartphone buying plans over the next three months.
Bentley Motors recently released a new advertisement, Intelligent Details, that was composed entirely using iOS devices, reports 9to5Mac. According to details provided in the video itself, the film was captured using an iPhone 5s equippedwith lenses, mounts and other accessories to produce high-quality video.
Foursquare recently announced that it would be splitting its offerings in two, moving all of the original app’s social features to a new app, Swarm, while leaving venue-finding features in the standard FourSquare app. The app, which was just released, is incredibly simple in functionality. But its simplicity and intelligent new features are what might make it the first truly successful friend-finding app–and its friendly bee logo might help a bit as well.