Posted On Tuesday, May 21, 2013 By temp. Under DVICE, iPhone Apps, MacRumors, Yahoo! Answers Tags: apple, argentina, copyright, facebook, imac, iphone, macrumors, photos, political, politics, taxes, united-states
Three Apple executives, CEO Tim Cook, CFO Peter Oppenheimer, and head of tax operations Phillip A. Bullock, appeared in front of the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation earlier today, testifying about Apple's tax policies.
Posted On Tuesday, May 21, 2013 By admin. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors, Yahoo! Answers Tags: 9to5mac, Australia, copyright, dubai, facebook, google, imac, photos, social network, yahoo, yahoo! answers
Apple has been making efforts to offer deep social network integration in its mobile operating system, first offering Twitter integration in iOS 5 and then Facebook integration in iOS 6. According to 9to5Mac , Apple will expand its social network integration even further with iOS 7, including support for both photo sharing site Flickr and video sharing site Vimeo
Posted On Friday, May 10, 2013 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: android, argentina, belgium, copyright, front page, iphone, iphone apps, mac, macrumors, mexico, netflix, portugal
Popular free messaging app LINE was forced to remove one of its key sticker features today, eliminating the ability for its users to purchase and send sticker sets as gifts to friends.
Posted On Friday, May 10, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: amazon, apple, brazil, copyright, downloads, mac, netflix, poland, police, portugal
Apple has created a 'waiting list' for law enforcement requests to unlock seized iOS devices, according to a report from CNET . The article notes a case in Kentucky where the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was the lead agency, and investigators contacted Apple for assistance after they were unable to locate any law enforcement agency in the country with the forensic capabilities to unlock an iPhone crucial to the case
Posted On Wednesday, May 8, 2013 By admin. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: article, chrome, copyright, design, downloads, front page, google, imac, images, interview, iphone, iphone apps, mac
Apple is well known for the simple, no-frills product photos that highlight its lineup of mobile devices and as it turns out, a lot of work goes into capturing those images. The Verge interviewed Peter Belanger, a photographer who has worked with Apple for years, to shed some light on Apple's creative process. In the interview, Belanger reveals that Apple exercises extreme attention to detail when it comes to product photos, providing him with both sketches and a comprehensive shot list
Posted On Monday, May 6, 2013 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: app-store, apple, copyright, downloads, front page, google, google maps, imac, iphone, ipod, mac, music, navigation, opinion
Apple has been cracking down on app discovery resources in recent months, removing high profile apps like AppGratis for violating guideline 2.25 , which states the following: "Apps that display Apps other than your own for purchase or promotion in a manner similar to or confusing with the App Store will be rejected." A report from AllThingsD in early April indicated that AppGratis' rejection from the App Store was just the first phase of a much wider crackdown, which was today confirmed by Pocketgamer after Apple began rejecting apps that feature tools for "filtering, bookmarking, searching, or sharing recommendations." We've been contacted by one developer whose app discovery tool has recently been blocked by Apple because it includes such features, with App Store regulation 2.25 - which restricts apps that could be confused by consumers as app stores in their own right – cited within the reasoning.
Posted On Thursday, May 2, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, auction, berlin, computer, copyright, employee, friends, front page, german, ipod, mac
After Google Now was added to the Google Search app last week, many users began complaining that the app was draining battery by constantly accessing the iPhone’s Location Services. According to a Google employee who posted on the Macworld forum (via The Next Web ), Google Now does not excessively drain battery, despite the fact that the app often causes the Location Services icon to remain active. Hi there, I’m with Google and wanted to address this issue: Reports that Google Now on iOS drains battery life are incorrect.
Posted On Wednesday, May 1, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: api, consumer, copyright, development, ipad, mac, macrumors, windows, wireless
Renowned Apple journalist Jim Dalrymple has confirmed earlier reports that Apple has pulled engineers off OS X 10.9 to in order finish iOS 7 on time with a one word post: Yep. Jim Dalrymple (right) with rock guitarist Slash A report from AllThingsD earlier today said that Apple was in a repeat of the scenario from 2007 wherein the company pulled engineers off the development of OS X Leopard to work on the first iPhone
Posted On Tuesday, April 30, 2013 By temp. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: adobe, Alternative, copyright, credit, google, ipad, iphone apps, ipod, macrumors, microsoft, windows
The original iPhone will soon be considered obsolete in Apple Retail Stores according to an internal Apple document shared by 9to5Mac . Products considered 'obsolete' are ineligible for service parts and documentation at retail stores and cannot be repaired at mail-in AppleCare Repair Centers.
Posted On Monday, April 29, 2013 By admin. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: birds, copyright, design, front page, google, imac, iphone, jordan, mac, macrumors, mobile-version, phillipduran, software, twitter
Echoing recent reports about a redesigned 'flatter' user interface in iOS 7, 9to5Mac says the next version of the operating system will lose "all signs of gloss, shine and skeuomorphism" . Jony Ive took charge of all Apple's user interface teams last October following a management shakeup .