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iPhone Stories July 21

iOS 15: Here are the devices that support Find My when turned off

One of the most exciting features of iOS 15, which was announced at WWDC 2021 in June, is definitely the Find My tracking when the device is completely turned off. However, not every device is compatible with this feature. Read on as we detail which Apple devices support Find My when turned off with iOS […]

iPhone Stories April 20

Apple’s Car Key feature slated to add U1 Ultra Wideband support this year

At WWDC last year, Apple introduced a new Car Key feature as part of iOS 13.6. The feature allows drivers to replace their physical car keys with their iPhone. An update to the Digital Key Release specification coming later this year will add support for Ultra Wideband and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity…

iPhone Stories June 7, 2011

"iPad3,1" and "iPad3,2." make an appearance in iOS 5

TUAW notes that inside the USB device profiles of iOS 5 are profiles for two never before seen devices called “iPad3,1” and “iPad3,2.”  Obviosuly Apple is going to be making more iPads in the future and devices often show up in these profiles many months before they are delivered.  However, there was some speculation earlier this […]

Exploit found to bypass iOS 5 activation allowing non-developers to install

Before we even start, obviously this is something that isn’t covered by warranty and may destroy your phone.  Once you go to iOS 5, you cant go back. APPLE WILL LIKELY FIX THIS IN AN UPCOMING iOS 5 UPDATE AND YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO USE YOUR DEVICE (until iOS 5 final is released or a developer […]

iPhone Stories June 8, 2011

Apple now lets you set up an Airport/Time Capsule from your iOS device

The Mac/PC is no longer the hub of your digital world according to Steve Jobs and while the traditional computer was demoted to just a  ‘device’, iOS devices did get some promotions at WWDC this week as well. One notable addition is that you can set up an Apple Airport or Time Capsule from an iOS […]

Here are your Apple Design Award Winners

The winners were announced at WWDC yesterday: iPhone Developer Showcase Infinity Blade Chair Entertainment Group, LLC Golfscape GPS Rangefinder Shotzoom Software LLC Cut the Rope Chillingo Ltd iPad Developer Showcase djay for iPad algoriddim GmbH Osmos for iPad Hemisphere Games, Inc. Our Choice Push Pop Press Mac Developer Showcase Capo SuperMegaUltraGroovy Pixelmator Pixelmator Team Ltd […]

iPhone Stories June 1, 2011

Apple now official registrar of

With five days to go before WWDC, Apple now is the official registrant behind It appears that there may just be some live iCloud demos in store (shocking, we know). Also, it explains why Apple had to go public about the – the domain registration would have went public beforehand anyhow

iPhone Stories June 2, 2011

iCloud icon revealed, looks familiar

Douglas Bowman (via MR) had a peak into Moscone West and saw an iCloud icon.   Looks familiar, no? Oh yes, we detailed this just a few months ago: A 9to5mac reader writes in telling us he/she’s found some interesting files in Lion.  These files are labeled “MobileDocumentsFolder.icns, Mobile Documents 32.png and SidebarMobileDocumentsFolder.icns” and show new types […]

iPhone Stories June 6, 2011

WWDC 2011: 200M iOS devices, 14B app downloads and other milestones

Image credit: Engadget Apple has kicked off its highly anticipated San Francisco developer conference with a Stevenote. As we’re  learning more about iOS 5, Lion and iCloud and fastening our seatbelt for a possible “one more thing”, other details emerge as Jobs & Co. provide us with some updates related to Apple’s business metrics. Here are your […]

iPhone Stories December 13, 2010

Toshiba and Apple working on a display plant

Reuters reports that Apple and Toshiba are working together on a plant to make displays for iOS devices. Toshiba Corp will spend about 100 billion yen ($1.19 billion) to build a factory for making small LCD panels, mainly to supply to Apple Inc’s iPhones, the Nikkei business daily said.The company’s wholly owned unit, Toshiba Mobile […]

iPhone Stories October 17, 2011

The inside scoop: what happened to the iPhone 5?

Since CNET posted the iPhone 5 story this weekend… …the iPhone 5 is a “complete redesign. This is a very large project that Steve dedicated all of his time to. He was not that involved in the 4S because his time was limited.” …we thought it would be a good time to tell you what […]

iPhone Stories October 3, 2011

Co-Founder of Siri: Assistant launch is a “World-Changing Event” (Interview)

On Tuesday, Apple will change the way humans interact with electronic devices. All over again. Perhaps the biggest announcement at Apple’s iPhone event on Tuesday will be Assistant, Apple’s evolution of the Siri Personal Assistant Software. Siri, you’ll remember, is the company Apple picked up for a rumored $200 million in April of last year […]

iPhone Stories October 21, 2011

Jobs’ original vision for the iPhone: No third-party native apps

Remember back in 2007 when Apple first told developers that to develop for the iPhone, they’d need to build WebApps for Safari? Well, that really was the plan. At the time, Jobs said: The full Safari engine is inside of iPhone. And so, you can write amazing Web 2.0 and Ajax apps that look exactly […]

iPhone Stories April 25, 2012

Apple WWDC 2012 announced for June 11— sold out in under 2 hours

Update: Within two hours, Apple has now confirmed that all tickets to WWDC 2012 are sold out. Apple just announced the June 11 kickoff date for its Worldwide Developer Conference at the Moscone Convention Center. Developers should buy their tickets as soon as possible here. ($1,599 each—Hope your app is doing well!) (Also, do not forget […]

WWDC 2012 tickets sell out in under two hours

Apple announced this morning that its 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference is set to take place June 11 at the Moscone Convention Center, but the event’s $1600 tickets are now listed as sold out within two hours of going live. In 2010, it took roughly a week for tickets to sell out, and last year it took about half a day. Tickets were […]

2012 Apple Design Awards now accepting nominations for iOS and Mac apps

With the announcement of the 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference today, Apple also opened its Apple Design Awards nomination page for iOS and Mac developers. Apple announced last year that the annual awards would now only apply to Mac and iOS apps residing in the App Store, which appears to be the case this year as well. Through the […]

iPhone Stories May 29, 2012

Report: Apple’s iOS 6 Maps app with 3D mapping gets rendered [Photos]

This is an almost entirely correct render of the new Maps app. BGR just posted a few images of Apple’s iOS 6 Maps app with 3D mapping that 9to5Mac first revealed earlier this month. Their “trusted source” released these screenshots, which give subsequent validity to the claims that Apple has worked on an in-house mapping solution for years […]

iPhone Stories July 22, 2011

iOS 5’s Siri-like system navigation is called ‘Assistant’, uses device-info to handle actions

Apple’s purchase of Siri in early 2010 and their partnership with Nuance in 2011 has many hoping that Apple has something like speech-to-text or voice-navigation up its sleeve for iOS 5. One of the remaining advantages of Android over iOS is its system-wide Voice Actions technology. Unfortunately, WWDC and the iOS 5 announcement came and […]

iPhone Stories July 13, 2011

Developers: Volume B2B purchasing coming to the App Store

Developers wishing to sell apps to business in volume for discounted rates now will be able to according to an email just sent to developers. Apple upgraded its Paid Applications Agreement today which allows for a new type of pricing. For instance, a hospital could buy a medical app for its 2000 employees in one big swoop […]

iPhone Stories April 19, 2012

Apple LTE chip supplier Qualcomm unable to meet demand, could push back next iPhone launch

According to a report from Reuters, Apple’s LTE chip supplier Qualcomm is having “trouble meeting demand” for smartphone chips and will continue experiencing manufacturing constraints throughout the rest of the year. Qualcomm Chief Executive Paul Jacobs told analysts on a conference call yesterday, “At this stage we cannot secure enough supply to meet the increasing […]

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