This week in iOS came reports of Apple looking at tracking iPhones when turned off, and analysts chiming in about Apple Watch and Apple Pay,
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Patent licensing firm Smartflash may still be celebrating a $533 million victory against Apple, but the companies aren't finished in the courtroom.
Apple has purchased music plug-in and effect developer Camel Audio according to reports and company records.
If you're a Dropbox user who owns an iPhone or iPad, then your life is about to get a lot more productive.
If Apple is secretly working on a car, then surely that is going to send the company's R&D budget through the roof, giving us an indication that it's coming well in advance of a launch, right? Maybe not.
This week in the world of iOS were reports that Jet Blue will accept Apple Pay inflight, iOS had a large increase in managed devices in the enterprise, and Apple has increased the maximum allowed iOS app size to 4GB.
Apple has doubled the maximum allowable app size on iOS to 4GB, allowing developers to make bigger, richer apps.
While Apple may have beaten Android when it comes to sales, when it comes to stability the new Android 5.0 Lollipop beats Apple's iOS 8.
Pinterest users can now install iOS apps directly from the discovery platform.
Vehicle owners with CarPlay installed will soon be able to connect their phones to the platform without the need for cables.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 6, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The sales boost that the iPhone 6 has given Apple has allowed iOS sales to overtake Android in the US for the first time in three years.
Under Armour, thanks to its acquisitions of three fitness app firms -- including MyFitnessPal, has amassed a lot of athlete data. But will that data help its core business?
Zombie apps proliferate on Apple's App Store and rest assured they're on Google Play too. How does a small developer market as the app economy is a huge business?
The big news in iOS this week reported that Apple had a huge quarter selling iPhones, the Smart Cover may do more in the future, and the newly released version of iOS deals with a big issue.
The worst part? Microsoft will take (and store) your email account credentials in its cloud if you use the app, released this week.
Microsoft is using the code base from its Acompli acquisition to deliver new Outlook apps for iOS and Android.
Last quarter Apple was selling iPhones at the rate of nine a second. That works out at 818,329 iPhones a day, or over 74 million for the quarter as a whole. While this represents stellar sales, it is only the tip of the iOS ecosystem iceberg.
Apple has released iOS 8.1.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, which brings with it relief for those who feel that updates have become too cumbersome to install.
In the world of iOS this week we heard of an Apple patent to track eye movement, Chrome was updated to support Handoff, and the iPhone is boosting Apple's position in Asia.
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