Today, Apple released its iTunes “in the Cloud” feature, which was available for the US back in June, to multiple other countries around the world.
The feature allows users to easily redownload music previously purchased in iTunes to any registered device so that users do not have to store an entire library onto every single device.Read More →
For those who were disheartened that Facebook did not reveal its native app at the media event, there was no need to worry – because Facebook just launched the app today.
This is the first native Facebook app for the iPad, and features a variety of updates built specifically for the iPad.Read More →
Friday October 7th, two days after the date of Jobs’ death, The New York Times reported that a funeral took place. The funeral for Jobs’ was said to be “small” and “private”, and there is no public memorial service planned. However, Apple said that it would hold an event for Apple staff to honor Jobs’ passing.Read More →
A couple of hours ago, Apple’s website posted the dark news that Steve Jobs – Co-founder of Apple and former CEO – had died. Jobs was 56 years old when he passed away, and had been fighting with pancreatic cancer for the past few years. However, even with this burden, Jobs still pushed hard [...]Read More →
Sprint recently confirmed that it is indeed planning to offer unlimited data for the iPhone, once it finally launches on the carrier. This sets it as the only carrier to continue to offer unlimited data for the device.Read More →
Thanks to TUAW, we now have an extensive list of phrases that Siri Voice Assistant will be capable of understanding. It turns out that not only does Siri cover most of the basics, but also includes some fun bonuses.Read More →