Workers are bringing iPads and iPhones to work, and features in this app make it a good choice for them.
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Apple has updated its App Store review guidelines ahead of the unveiling of the iPhone 6 and release of iOS 8, telling developers of "plain creepy" or "cobbled together" apps to brace for rejection.
While the revamped user interface takes some getting used to, iOS 7 packs a powerful punch in the new features department, even if it requires a little relearning at times.
After one month of using Apple's latest mobile operating system, it is clear that iOS 7 had an extreme makeover, beauty pageant style, in a vastly aesthetic and design-focused release. If this is chapter two in Apple's mobile design book, can it be sustained through later versions?
Even in the digital age there are those who prefer taking handwritten notes. This app with optional paper notepads use the phone camera to shoot those notes straight to popular cloud services like Evernote.
The ZAGGkeys Flex is a portable keyboard that works with both iOS and Android devices. A simple toggle switches special keys to work with either platform.
Apple's iOS 6 Maps works well for many people, but Tim Cook did issue an apology and offered up some alternatives. Let's take a closer look at Apple Maps and some of these available choices and don't forget to check out the 110+ screenshot gallery.
The iRig MIX is the perfect companion to all the music and DJ apps for iOS and it even allows you to mix and blend from a single iOS device.
The ZAGGkeys Flex Bluetooth wireless keyboard is a great alternative for those who use both iOS and Android devices with the desire for a solid means of entering large amounts of text.
If you want to improve your alarm clock experience and have your iOS device with you in bed all the time anyway then you may want to check out the TimeCommand audio alarm clock.
Late last year, the Internet-connected Peel that transforms an iOS device into a universal remote control debuted. Here's the hands-on review.
In a surprise move of transparency today Apple published its App Store Review Guidelines and relaxed its restrictions on the development tools used to create iOS apps.
We review the torrent of rumors leading up to Apple's September 1 event, including: the fourth-generation iPod touch, iOS 4.1 and how a new Apple TV could be a huge game changer
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