On September 17, 2014, Apple Inc. released iOS 8 as the successor to the current iOS operating system, iOS 7. According to the company, iOS 8 will be the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of App Store. What makes iOS 8 the biggest change? Basically, it is a major redesign of iOS 7 with improvements in the interface system. However, Apple phone users weren’t pleased with iOS 8 due to its massive file size ( 5.7 GB). It was certainly too big for users who had limited free space in the Apple devices.
If you’re running iOS 8.0, 8.0.1, 8.0.2, or 8.1 you will be using the following method, which uses a software application called “Pangu”. You will also need to have one of the following devices: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPad (2, 3, 4, Air, Mini, Mini 2, Mini 3), or iPod Touch (5th Generation).
Once again, Apple is holding another event this Monday, March 9th. The event, being called Apple’s “Spring Forward” event, has loads of rumors floating around as to what the company has planned for 2015, and in this article, I will briefly go over some of the things we can reasonably expect for Tim Cook & Co. to announce on Monday.
This fall has been a good one for Apple. After releasing the heralded iMac with 5K display, Apple then released their operating system, OS X Yosemite, along with new iPads. Sounds like a productive quarter, and a catalyst for great gain during the winter final quarter. However, while a majority of things are going well for the tech-giant, everything that shines certainly isn’t gold. This is the case with one of Apple’s unveiled iPads.
Just last week, Apple held yet another conference at its headquarters in Cupertino, making this this the fourth major conference held by Apple. Insiders and journalists alike expected new iPads and Macs, and surely enough, Apple delivered in precisely those areas. While the iPads were surely the more popular release, making major headlines, I will be covering that in a separate article. In this article, however, I will go over the improvements and overall changes to the iMac family.
While iOS 8 was originally introduced at the WorldWide Developer’s Conference this past fall, the finalized release version of Apple’s latest iOS made its debut in September 2014. The eighth major instalment in Apple’s mobile operating system finds itself being acclaimed by nearly every true Apple fanatic.
If you have not yet heard, Apple has recently implemented new technology aimed at revolutionizing even the most basic daily transaction: payment. With a new feature being heralded on the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus called Apple Pay, there is undoubtedly a new threshold for other technological entities to cross through. In this article, I will cover how Apple Pay works, and more importantly, what this could mean for the entire field of tech.