Nike+ Move enters the App Store


On November 5, 2013

The new Nike+ Move app was first announced as a part of Apple’s September 10 media event, yes you remembered correctly the same one where Apple announced the new iPhone 5s and its M7 motion coprocessor. When Nike introduced the app it was one of the first apps to use the new CoreMotion APIs in iOS 7 […]

Apple updates Remote App for iPad and iPhone


On November 4, 2013

While many developers have been working around the clock to get their apps ready for iOS 7, there are still several apps from Apple that have yet to be updated, however the Cupertino company has just updated its Remote app for iPhone and iPad, the updated app has been redesigned to match iOS7. This is what […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 1 November 2013


On November 1, 2013

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Each individual Touch ID sensor will only work on one phone – When Apple first revealed the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, it was accompanied by a long and detailed explanation of how and where your […]

Apple Online Stores start going down around the globe ahead of iPad Air release


On October 31, 2013

  The iPad Air is releasing tomorrow, November 1st in more than 40 countries, and ahead of the launch Apple has begun taking down online stores around the globe in order to prepare their sites for the launch. Yesterday several news sites were reporting that iPad Airs had started arriving at retailers in the United States and […]

iPad Air blows away competitors in Geekbench tests


On October 30, 2013

During the October 22nd Keynote Apple did boast that the new iPad Air was MUCH faster than competing tablets, including the iPad 4, well now Geekbench scores has revealed that the iPad Air is actually an incredible 80% faster than its predecessor, what’s more the iPad Air is more than five times faster than the iPad 2. […]

Apple to allow Devs to remove fake Game Center scores


On October 29, 2013

I don’t know about you guys but personally I think there is nothing worse than trying to beat the highscore in a game just to find that the top score was gained by cheating or hacking the system. Unfortunately this is a huge problem with Game Center as it has been too easy for gamers […]

Jony Ive designs Special Edition Mac Pro


On October 28, 2013

I know many have complained about the new Mac Pro, not everyone is liking the new bold design, and some are complaining about the user upgradability in the future. Personally however I am one of those people who love the new Mac Pro. Now, Apple’s design guru Jony Ive has created a masterpiece that will be auctioned […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 25 October 2013


On October 25, 2013

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Apple Offering ‘Free’ Updates to All Owners of Aperture, iWork, and iLife; Not Worried About Unethical Users – As part of its efforts to ensure that all eligible software owners are able to upgrade to […]

Flash Player gets Sandboxed for Safari


On October 24, 2013

It has never been a secret that Adobe Flash has long been vulnerable for attacks and malware. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why Steve Jobs hated Flash and made no secret of it. Now the guys at Adobe has worked together with the guys at Apple to make Flash safer on Safari. According […]

Apple Posts iPad Keynote Event Video



If you have been living under a rock for the past few days then you might have missed the Apple iPad keynote. Therefore the great folks at Apple have made the video from the Keynote available for streaming. For best results, Apple recommends watching the video in Safari.  If you like sending big files you […]