Apple recently announced upcoming survey areas for its Apple Maps vehicle initiative. The Cupertino California company revealed its sensor-laden vans will be tooling roughly 27 new US locales starting mid-July, which includes an expansion into 13 new states. The news was revealed on Apple Maps vehicles webpage, with new mapping areas to be scanned... [Read More]
The investment bank, UBS, recently made its case for investors to buy Apple stock this week by using a somewhat interesting analogy. UBS compared the iPhone maker to the growing fast food restaurant, Shake Shack, stating that the two companies are responsible for “the era of consumer experience.” To make the point more clear, an analyst quoted... [Read More]
Friday morning, TaiG has released an updated version of its jailbreak tool for the Windows platform. The jailbreak tool is capable of jailbreaking iOS 8.1.3 all the way to iOS 8.4 on any device that can run the firmware.
The new updated tool integrates Saurik's ... [Read More]
Thursday night, Saurik released an update for the Cydia Installer application for jailbroken iOS devices to version 1.1.19.
This update is a pretty notable one. It is the first time that Cydia Installer doesn't run as root, and instead, runs entirely as mobile under Cydia Substrate, allowing Cydia Substrate tweaks to modify Cydia for the first... [Read More]
Apple recently made its promotion of Jony Ive to Chief Design Officer more “official” with an update to the Apple Leadership webpage. This position was a move that was originally unveiled back in May. The Cupertino California company also added executive profiles for now-design underlings, Alan Dye and Richard Howarth.
Sprint, as part of a broader settlement over allegations of billing its customers for services they didn’t want, had a $50 million settlement approved by a US judge with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. According to Reuters, just two months ago, in May, Sprint agreed to pay a total of $68 million to settle government complaints about so-called “cramming”... [Read More]
When you set an alarm in iOS, you can always visit the Clock application to view and edit your alarms. It's a very easy interface to enable or disable existing alarms, delete them, add more, and even edit the time they'll go off. But, unless you feel like doing the math to find out how much longer before it'll go off, you're missing a critical piece... [Read More]