After a tumultuous couple of days, Apple was finally able to push an update to iOS 8 that fixed the fairly egregious error with causing iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners to lose cell service and Touch ID. By this morning, you were probably already prompted to update. Within a few hours of the update going live HealthKit created apps have started to appear in the App Store.
Yesterday, TechCrunch dropped a pretty big rumor bomb on the tech world by claiming that Apple plans to shut down Beats Music, the company it paid $3 billion for earlier this year. Within the hour Re/code published a response stating that Apple won’t be shutting the service down, but instead may consider “changing the Beats Music brand.” That sounds like pretty much the same thing, to me. From both TechCrunch and Re/code, it sounds like the future of the streaming music service called “Beats Music” is in flux
Anandtech.com has released some early results from its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus testing as a precursor to a full report coming soon. The iPhones did very well and even though they didn’t win most of the categories, it is safe to say they dominated the results. Additionally displaymate.com has rated the iPhone 6 Plus screen “The Best Performing LCD that we have ever tested” which is high praise considering Apple hasn’t been in the forefront of screen innovation for a number of years.
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Early Benchmarks Showcase iPhone 6 Improvements
Scrolls — the hex-tiled collectible card battler and the subject of a hilariously asinine lawsuit — cost $20.95 when it was put into open beta last year. However, the development team at Mojang are gearing up for an iPad release later this fall and have announced that they’ll be slashing the game’s price to a cool $5.
Early this morning, Apple sent out notifications to users of two-step verification for iOS. The email provided users with information regarding updates to the double-security feature.
Read this article before you download the iOS 8 update. According to a handful of developers, and detailed by The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) , iCloud Drive is not compatible with OS X Mavericks and earlier desktop operating systems. So, basically, if you upgrade to iCloud Drive during iOS 8 installation, you may lose the ability to sync all of your iCloud documents on your Mac.
At about 11:50 a.m. PT on Sept. 9, Apple announced to the world that U2’s new album “Songs of Innocence” would be free for everyone with an iTunes account.
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Apple is Giving You U2’s New Album Whether You Want it or Not
The unfortunate celebrity nude photo hacking and subsequent online leak of said photos over the weekend has spurred outrage from iCloud users and messages of reassurance from Apple. No matter how many times the iPad maker states and restates that the invasion was not due to a security breach in the company’s servers, but a brute force attack on specific accounts, it does nothing to quell the fire that has erupted in its wake.
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