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DOJ Warns Apple They Can Compel Them To Turn Over iOS Source Code

03/14/2016, The battle between Apple and law enforcement is still going on strong. Apple has for the most part held their own, and in recent weeks got a bolster of support from various tech companies signing amicus briefs, along with a ruling in New York on a...

Apple: Quitting Multitasking Apps In iOS Is Not Necessary

03/11/2016, We’re sure you’ve done this before, or maybe you’ve seen other people do this in which they will launch iOS’ multitasking feature and then proceed to close all the apps that are open. We suppose the idea is that if the apps are closed and not in...

iOS Users Are Reporting Ghost Emails From 1970

03/08/2016, Last month we reported on a weird bug on Apple’s iOS devices in which if you were to set your clock to the 1st of January, 1970, it will cause your phone to brick. Apple has since issued a fix that addresses the problem, but unfortunately it looks like...

Google Photos For iOS Updated With Live Photos Support

03/07/2016, Google Photos is a great app if you’re looking for a place to backup your photos, and the best part is that if you don’t mind keeping your photos below the 16MP resolution, Google Photos will even back it up for free. That being said, Google Photos...

WhatsApp For iOS Gets Updated, Unused Storage Space Bug Fixed

03/07/2016, It goes without saying that any app worth its salt deserves to be updated from time to time, especially when you take into consideration how things move at a lightning fast pace in this day and age. WhatsApp is not a company to remain static, but has...

iOS 9.3 Lets Employees Know If Their Phone Is Being Monitored

03/03/2016, It was recently spotted in the latest iOS 9.3 beta that employers could lock the homescreens of their company-issued iOS devices. This would prevent employees from downloading, deleting, or moving apps around. Now if you feel that this feature might be a...

iOS 9.3 Lets IT Admins Lock The Homescreen’s Layout

03/01/2016, When it comes to computers used in the office, more often than not there are restrictions placed on it, like how there are certain files you cannot delete and how certain settings are off-limits unless you are the office’s IT admin. This is done to...

Mac Writing App ‘Scrivener’ Will Be Making Its Way To iOS Soon

03/01/2016, There are many word processor options out there. You have the more traditional apps like Microsoft Word, and you also have free options like Google Docs. However there are also apps like Scrivener which is aimed more at writers who want to be able to...

Google Maps Pit Stops Now Available On iOS

02/29/2016, Google is rolling out an update today for the Google Maps iOS app. The update finally adds a feature that has long been available to users on Android. The Pit Stops feature was added to Google Maps on Android last fall. It enables users to see a list of...

Microsoft Abandons Plan To Port Android Apps To Windows 10

02/25/2016, At the Build developer conference last year, Microsoft announced plans to offer developers bridge tools so that they could easily port their Android apps to Windows 10 Mobile. The company hasn’t said much about those plans since then and today it...

Apple To Make It Harder For Themselves To Hack Their Own Products

02/24/2016, Right now the debate is raging on as to whether or not Apple should give in to the FBI and unlock the iPhone. However the only way to do so would be to create backdoor access, something that Apple is understandably not too pleased to do. However it seems...

Apple CEO Tim Cook Likens iPhone Backdoor To Software Cancer

02/24/2016, About a week ago, Apple was ordered by the courts to unlock the iPhone belonging to one of the shooters from the San Bernardino case. The Cupertino company refused and its CEO, Tim Cook, has since published a lengthy letter explaining why this is...

Netflix Finally Gets iPad Pro Support

02/24/2016, Large tablets are particularly good for boosting productivity and also for consuming media content since that’s always better on a bigger screen. Apple launched its first truly large tablet last year, the iPad Pro has been around for a few months...

iOS 9 Adoption Appears To Have Stagnated At 77%

02/24/2016, Last month we reported that the latest version of iOS, iOS 9, was sitting at an adoption rate of 75%. This is very impressive especially when you consider that competing platforms like Windows 10 Mobile and Android have yet to have their latest update...