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Rumored iPad Pro may not go into production until Q2 2015

iPad Pro concept via MacRumors The oft-rumored iPad Pro, with its 12 or above inch screen, may not enter mass production until the second quarter of 2015, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via MacRumors). Kuo believes that the as-yet-unnanounced iPad Pro will use an oxide panel for a display with “high resolution, quick response, and…

Citibank: Apple Pay a mobile payments breakthrough

In an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Citibank’s chief innovation officer Deborah Hopkins was bullish about Apple Pay and its potential. Hopkins describes Apple Pay as a breakthrough in mobile payments and a service that people will actually use. Hopkins feels Apple Pay is intriguing and a typical Apple product with the company having…

Staples now accepting Apple Pay at 1,400 stores across US

Office supply store Staples has begun accepting Apple Pay as a payment method at its retail stores as of today, according to reports from Apple Insider and MacRumors. The company is rolling out support for Apple’s mobile payments service at 1,400 stores across the United States. Staples now offers its customers access to Apple Pay, a new service that will…

Overcast podcast player updated with iPad and CarPlay support, more

Overcast, the popular podcast player from Marco Arment, has been updated today to version 1.1. The update brings with it a number of notable new features and improvements. The app now has a completely native iPad interface. Previously, the app would work on iPad but its interface was not designed for that device specifically. If you’re a fan of listening…

iOS 8 adoption sees modest jump, now on 56% of devices

iOS 8 is now installed on 56% of active devices, according to the latest data from Apple’s developer support pages. The new rate of adoption represents a modest bump over the last published figure, jumping from 52% to 56% in two weeks. Previously, iOS 8 adoption was seemingly stagnating around the halfway mark. Following the release of iOS 8.1 which…

Apple files patent to resolve cellular dead spots

Dead spots are a nuisance that most people have experienced with their cellphones. Whether it’s a blip that causes a dropped call, or a large zone of sustained agony, the experience is always less than ideal. It looks like Apple may offer a solution to that problem in a future release of iOS with their latest patent, which offers a way for carriers to…