We bet you are itching to learn whether your iOS device will be treated to the new features announced as iOS 8. The latest release of Apple’s mobile is easily one of today’s major announcements that came from the Apple WWDC 2014 keynote speech.
A iOS 8 beta should be available as we speak while the final release should see the light of day this fall. It’s choke full of new features and here is the list of devices that will get updated once it’s released. Read more »
Fresh off the WWDC come the Apple AppStore latest official stats. Apple was proud to share that its app repository now hosts 1.2 million app titles.
Not only that, but the total number of app downloads has now reached 75 billion. The numbers certainly sound impressive. Read more »
We’ve got the live coverage from Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference, where Apple has just announced the latest version of its desktop operating system, Mac OS X Yosemite.
Continuing the naming scheme of famous California landmarks introduced with OS X Mavericks, Yosemite introduces translucent windows menus, redesigned dock icons, an updated Spotlight search feature, iCloud Drive cloud storage integration, and a new widget bar. Read more »
Apple has just announced that they will soon be offering iCloud Drive. Now, I am sure they won’t win any awards for creative naming, but the fact of the matter is, it hardly leaves any uncertainties about what it does.
The new Apple iCloud Drive will be able to sync your files among all your platforms – even Windows. Read more »
On stage today, at the WWDC 2014 keynote speech Apple announced that they’ve got 40 million copies of their latest OS X release Mavericks on their users computers. As their proudly claim, this represents a good 51% adoption rate among the Mac OS user base.
These numbers reportedly make the OS X Maverics the fastest growing computer operating system in the world. Read more »