As time ticks closer to the public launch of iOS 8, Apple has just released to fourth beta to developers. About a month ago, we learned that the new mobile software system would include a city tours feature in Maps that works in conjunction with Flyover.
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iOS 8 Beta 4 Now Available for Developers
Hackers and security researchers are constantly trying to dig up dirt on Apple and it’s closed in software design.
The US Patent & Trademark Office finally published a letter originally sent to Apple in May, which explains that the requested trademark on ‘Touch ID’ has been refused because there is the ‘likelihood of confusion’ with Kronos Touch ID. Apple has 6 months from the time of notification to present an alternate solution or change the name. Touch ID is a fairly substantial part of iOS and it is expected to grow with future versions of the iPad.
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Looks Like Apple will Need to Come up with Another Name for ‘Touch ID’ Fingerprint Reading Feature
With iOS 8′s release still months away, many people are dying to get their hands on Apple latest iPad and iPhone OS and start using some of the 100+ new features Apple has packed into iOS 8. The list of all the new features in iOS 8 is huge but we’ve narrowed down our top picks of the things we can’t wait to try on our iPads and iPhones. Your top feature not on our list?
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Five New iOS 8 Features We’re Dying to have on our iPads
Fans of the Warhammer franchise will already know that Blood Bowl is a board game from more than 25 years ago that is based on the game of American football and themed with characters from Warhammer. It is the perfect combination of sports and role-playing games. This is the ultimate definition of “fantasy football.” Game developers Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studio recently announced that a digital version of Blood Bowl would be available on the iPad in “early July.” According to the official newsletter , Blood Bowl mobile will feature six fantasy races in the Warhammer universe, including Humans, Orcs, Dwarves, Skaven, Wood Elves, and Chaos
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Warhammer Themed ‘Blood Bowl’ Coming to iPad this July
You may have noticed, over the past year or so, that Apple’s “Best New Apps” and “Best New Games” categories are a bit confusing since more than half the titles in each category are not new at all.
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Apple launches ‘Best New Game Updates’ category for iOS App Store games
At this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple told us about HomeKit , which is a developer software kit that will allow companies to create apps that work directly with Siri to activate compatible in-home accessories, like lights, locks, and alarms. Today, AppleInsider has a glimpse into some of the things Siri will be able to do in the connected “smart home” in iOS 8.
When you are using the desktop version of Facebook, you’ve probably noticed some interesting content in your sidebar. Most of the content is related to advertisements, but there are also some suggestions for pages you may like or trending stories. Today, the social networking company announced that game discovery and trending videos would soon be added to the iPad app’s sidebar for our convenience
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Facebook Begins Testing Game Discovery Features in Updated iPad App
With Father’s Day right around the corner, it is not too soon or too late to start shopping for the big guy. Dads are getting tired of the same old tie and shirt routine. This Father’s Day, why not get him some fun games to keep him busy while you avoid mowing the lawn.
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Top Five iPad Games for Dad this Father’s Day