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Google launches official Analytics app for iPhone

Google is known for making a lot of apps, but recently that the company has been churning out updates – and even new apps – faster than ever for its iOS users. YouTube Creator Studio and AdWords Express are two of the new apps, with that list growing by one today as Analytics has launched not he App Store. For those that don’t know what Google Analytics…

iPhone 6 battery “leaked”, points towards 1810mAh capacity

It probably comes as no surprise that the next iPhone will purportedly ship with a higher capacity battery than the current models. After all, if a phone’s going to get a bigger display and more powerful processor, it stands to reason that it’ll need a better battery. And with Apple almost certainly jumping from 4.0-inches to 4.7-inches diagonally, the…

Apple agrees to $400 million settlement over ebook price-fixing

Apple has agreed to pay in the region of $450 million USD over claims that it conspired with publishers to fix the prices of ebooks and stifle competition in the market. Since the case began in April 2012, Apple has been forced to settle with all five publishers involved in the controversy, costing the fruity company around $166 million.  The settlement…

Rumor: iOS 8 beta 4 to drop Monday, July 21st

  iOS beta 3 dropped July 7th, which as of this coming Monday, July 21st, will be 2 weeks ago. Some rumors have pointed at the next beta, beta 4, being dropped another 3 weeks after beta 3 just as it was 3 weeks after beta 2, but a new report is saying that it has been brought forward a week to this coming Monday, July 21st. Previous reports by…

New photos show off purported iPhone 6 Touch ID sensor

iPhone 5s Touch ID component (top) and purported iPhone 6 Touch ID component (bottom) New photos purport to show the Touch ID component said to be from the upcoming iPhone 6, according to Nowhereelse.fr. The component is very similar to the Touch ID sensor found in the current iPhone 5s, as seen in the image above, but features relocated screw holes…

Apple and IBM join forces to push iOS in enterprise

Apple and IBM announced yesterday that the two companies will be joining forces in a new partnership to “transform enterprise mobility”. In a move that aims to combine IBM’s enterprise nouse and Apple’s device and user experience savvy, the partnership includes industry-specific solutions like dedicated apps for iPhone and iPad, cloud services…

iPhone 6 supposedly outed on Amazon

Rumors keep circulating about the next iPhone. Will the screen be larger? Will one new model be delayed? Will it have a sapphire screen? Is it even coming? Apparently, according to screenshots attained from LoadTheGame.com, Amazon thinks that it is. The next iPhone? The iPhone 6 was supposedly posted to Amazon’s Japanese store. While it has since…

Rumor: 3 iWatch models coming, high end to sport Sapphire glass

What’s a day with an iWatch rumor? Don’t worry, today is covered. According to a report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, Apple is planning not on launching one iWatch model, not two models, but three different models for the heavily rumored wrist worn device. Supposedly, the sizes are going to be a smaller 1.6″ device and two 1.8″ devices, with one…

As iOS 8 approaches, iOS 7 adoption hits 90%

Apple has updated its App Store support pages for developers with a new graphic showing iOS 7 at 90% adoption, according to the company’s data on devices accessing the App Store. iOS 8 is just around the corner, but it seems some iOS users are still only just making the jump from iOS 6.x software to iOS 7.x software. The increase to 90% adoption…

Apple refused Touch ID trademark by USPTO

The US Patent & Trademark Office has refused Apple’s trademark application for “Touch ID”, reports Patently Apple. The decision, which was made in May but has only now been made public, is because another company owns a trademark for “Kronos Touch ID” and the likelihood of confusion given the similarity in naming and technology involved. From the…