This week in iOS news we saw the unveiling of a teeny, tiny keyboard, Apple Watch details emerged, and a patent hints at iCloud-based TouchID.
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In iOS news this week, China is getting the iPhone 6, there's a possible launch date for Apple Pay, a bug in iOS 8 deletes iCloud documents, and some users are reporting Bluetooth issues with iOS 8.
iOS is a great platform that allows you to do serious work, work which fills up your devices—and the iCloud that is an integral part of them—with data. You do this never thinking about the day when you hit the iCloud storage ceiling.
The look and feel of Apple's iCloud is now consistent with the new iOS 7 interface slated for release today.
An iWatch could help Apple cement iCloud services with its current iOS and OS X offerings, but it's more likely that any iWatch will be more of an iPod nano than an iPhone or iPad.
The personal cloud service is now available on Linux, Windows, Android, Mac OS X and iOS. For Apple users, Ubuntu One will be a rival to some — but not by any means all — features of iCloud.
The iPhoto 9.2.1 software update, released today, fixes an issue that can cause iPhoto to quit unexpectedly on Macs with the 3ivxVideoCodec plug-in installed.
Many Mac and iOS users have eagerly been awaiting the launch of iCloud. Now that it's here, be prepared to set aside a good chunk of your time.
The common wisdom is that the arrival of iCloud and iOS 5 will let us store our stuff on the cloud and buy an iPhone and iPad with less memory. However, a recent developer blog post warns that more memory is the better choice.
Apple's iCloud service has gone live ahead of the release of iOS 5, expected to take place later on Wednesday.The company pushed the portal live ahead of the launch, dropping the 'beta' label in the process, but customers will need to wait until they have iOS 5 on their mobile devices, or Mac OS X Lion 10.
Gallery: Take a browse through the finished iOS 5 operating system, and get a first hand view of how iCloud works on the iPhone and the web.
As per the October 4 launch of the iPhone 4S, a look at iOS 5 -- which offers deep iCloud integration.
In addition to the iPhone 4S, Apple used its October 4 event to officially launch iOS 5 and iCloud -- which will be available on October 12, 2011.
Since Apple claims iCloud will be the central hub for the digital lives of a hundred million or so iOS users, they need to be able to prove iCloud will be able to hold up under the demand.
The next-generation iPhone may be everyone's focus, but it's what is inside that matters, not the hardware itself.
Don't get confused by the shiny new iPhone; the iOS and iCloud launches and your data are far more important to Apple.
The company's raft of announcements on Monday included previews of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5, along with the new iCloud service and iMessage
Apple's underutilized Game Center is getting an overhaul in iOS 5. iCloud and other features promise to enhance the iOS gaming experience. Is Apple doing enough to keep pace with other game platforms?
In a two-hour keynote in San Francisco on Monday, Apple showed off the next versions of its iOS and OS X operating systems, and revealed its much-anticipated iCloud online storage and synchronisation service.Steve Jobs took the stage for a brief introdution, relinquishing it for Phil Schiller, senior VP of Marketing, who demonstrated gesture and touch integration on Lion, the forthcoming new version of OS X edition.
Apple kicked off its WWDC powwow with plenty of moving parts---Mac OS X, iOS 5 and iCloud. Here's a recap of our coverage across CBS Interactive as of now.
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