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Rumor: Next gen iPhone’s LTE chips going in to mass production

Remember the day when rumors from DigiTimes were almost concrete? Yeah, me too. Those days are long gone, and sadly the site has definitely more misses than hits over the past 18 months when it comes to iPhone parts and features. And, although I’d like to advise a pinch of salt with the following speculation spinning, it does seem plausible and pretty…

Time’s magazine app now supports subscriptions

Most digital magazines on the iPad have already moved to Apple’s Newsstand service; The Daily, New York Times, The New York Post and several other special interest magazines have developed fully featured applications that offer users subscriptions, integration, and a nice way to launch the app (through Newsstand). However, there’s been a few notable…

Are Apple’s apps a waste of space?

During the demo of iOS 6, Apple unveiled a new iOS application called Passbook. By now I’m sure most of you know what Passbook is, but for those that don’t it’s basically a virtual pocket. It stores things like movie tickets and gift cards. It’s also got some pretty nifty GPS-based features built in, but honestly the moment it was announced I knew instantly…

Apple to get cut of Baidu search revenue

Apple loves to make deals that make them money. It’s a business, what can you expect? Later this year when Apple adds Baidu (the popular Chinese search engine) to iOS in the official iOS 6 release, they will be doing just that. VP of the company, Wang Jing, said that the deal is similar to that of other revenue agreements with smartphone makers…

Inside iOS 6: Clock on the iPad

For whatever unknown reasons, the iPad has never been shipped with its own Clock or Calculator app. Although we’re still wishing and waiting on the latter, the Clock app did finally make its way to Apple’s Post-PC “Poster Child” in iOS 6. And it looks fantastic. As you’d expect with anything designed in Cupertino, it has a clean and professional design….

Jailbreak for iOS 6 released, recommended for developers only

(Warning: This has been recommended by the iPhone Dev Team to stay “developer only.” Also, neither Today’s iPhone nor myself take any responsibility for anything you do to your own device. This will void your Apple warranty. You have been warned. Thank you.) Well it hasn’t even been a full week and there is already a jailbreak (well kinda sorta) for…

New iTunes Connect app update released for developers

If you are an Apple registered developer, and use it for publishing applications, you know what iTunes Connect is. For those that don’t know what it is, iTunes Connect is the service that Apple uses for showing developers the amount of applications they have sold, where developers upload the updates/new apps for review by Apple, where it shows your…

How to: Install iOS 6 on your iDevice without a developer’s account

Historically, when beta software is launched by Apple, the only people with access to it are those who have their UDIDs registered on a developer account. This time around, with iOS 6 beta 1, it appears as though you can install it on to your iPhone or iPad without the usually obligatory conditions. Before you try though, we must run you by a quick…

Inside iOS 6: Photo Stream Sharing

One of the main features touted by Apple as being improved at the Keynote event was the addition of Photo Stream sharing in iOS 6. As part of this “Inside iOS 6″ series, I’ll be taking a look at the Photos app, including sharing and Photo Stream. In case you missed any of the previous articles, so far I’ve covered Facebook Integration, Maps, and the App…

App Watch – “Temple Run: Brave” hits App Store

Take your favorite addictive game, let’s say Temple Run just to make it relevant to this article, and cross it was a Disney PIXAR movie, Brave, and what do you have? That’s correct, everyone’s favorite digital animators have combined with Imangi studios to create a new version of Temple Run.   Temple Run: Brave improves on everyone’s favorite…

Government and Amber Alert notifications in iOS 6

With the announcement of iOS 6 came a flurry of new features. Having only highlighted 8, Apple left plenty to be discovered by developers when they pushed out the first beta version of the updated iOS. You probably already heard of the larger ones like maps, updated Siri, and the redesigned iTunes and App Store. Everyday a new feature is discovered and…

Rumor: Swappable iPhone camera lenses possible in the future

The iPhone has always had an incredible camera. Since it debuted in 2007, it’s rivaled some of the best camera phones out there. When Apple introduced the iPhone 4S, many point and shoot cameras lost a place in the pockets of consumers. It was the first time a cell phone was seen as an actual competitor to the point and shoot market. While we haven’t seen…