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.
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Despite regulatory hurdles, the tech giant is preparing to rollout the HealthKit system ahead of the iOS 8 launch.
Apple has released updates to Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iOS in the wake of Microsoft's launch of Office for iPad suite. Is it enough to steal the thunder from Redmond?
Apple has chosen the Geneva Motor Show to launch CarPlay, an in-car system for iOS users.
Tizen, a well-backed would-be rival to Android and iOS, has hit a snag after Japan's NTT Docomo dropped plans to launch a device running the Linux-based platform.
Japan and the US are bucking the trend as Windows Phone edges over 10 percent in Europe, and iOS sales fall in Australia despite the new iPhone's launch.
BlackBerry boasts that its messaging app has been downloaded over 10 million times on Android and iOS devices in the first 24 hours of its launch.
Is Microsoft about to go to war with its long-time virtualization partner Citrix? It sure looks that way, given the imminent arrival of new Microsoft remote desktop apps for iOS, Android, and OS X.
President Obama compares problems with the initial launch of U.S. healthcare site to iOS 7.
With 9 million new iPhones sold, and 200 million iDevices now running the new iOS 7 operating system, it's safe to say that interest in still strong in the products that Apple has to offer.
At BlackBerry Live, CEO Thorsten Heins announced that BlackBerry will bring its popular BBM messaging software to iOS and Android devices as a free app this summer.
The company is closing in on its typical (and some promised) launch deadlines but remains quiet on announcing anything, giving developers and enterprises little time to prepare.
RIM has released BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 software, which allows businesses to manage a fleet of BlackBerry 10, iOS, or Android devices, in anticipation of the launch of its first BlackBerry 10 handsets at the end of January.
I didn't think iOS 6 Maps were that bad, but turn-by-turn navigation on Google Maps is so good there's no way I'd deliberately launch iOS 6's Maps app again...
Google's blog post on the Google Maps for iOS launch has a series of jabs in it. Here's a between the lines reading.
I have been using my Surface for a couple of days and am convinced it is a keeper as it bridges the gap between my phone and a laptop while replacing my laptop for many daily needs. There are over 10,000 apps available right now, which is more than we saw from Apple or Google.
While it's not NFC, Passbook for iOS is pretty darned compelling. And if the Passbook launch apps don't convince you, Starbucks will have Passbook support in less than four days.
It's handbags at dawn after Nokia seized the chance to make hay after a rare misstep by Apple, trumpeting its own maps efforts and accusing Cupertino of prioritising form over function.
There was no Apple TV in sight, but Apple delivered exactly what everyone expected at today's Worldwide Developers Conference including fresh MacBooks and new versions of Mac OS X and iOS. The biggest surprise was a redesigned Apple MacBook Pro that is notably thinner and lighter, but has a super high-resolution display, faster quad-core processor and Nvidia's latest discrete graphics.
RIM needs to do something soon and if we see them launch BB OS 10 this year with hardware similar to the Dev Alpha device then I think they are still in the game and may even take the third spot behind iOS and Android.