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Grant Goodman sensed an opportunity when Apple Inc. removed the preloaded YouTube app from its iPhones last year. He quickly built an advertising-free app called Prodigus to play online videos ‘fast with no compromises,” Daisuke Wakabayashi reports for The Wall Street Journal. 128 more words


Apple rumoured to reveal its iWatch and iPhone 6 on Sept. 9

Rumours indicate that Apple might finally be set to reveal its long-rumoured iWatch during its Sept. 9 press conference as well as the iPhone 6, its latest version of the iPhone. 608 more words


Apple wearable reportedly only being previewed at iPhone event, shipping next year

Following Re/code’s report earlier this week that Apple will announce its wearable product (iWatch, iBand) alongside new iPhones on September 9th, Re/code now adds that the device won’t actually be available this year. 235 more words

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Apple bolstering 'Report A Problem' Maps options in iOS 8

Apple has shown a renewed focus on Maps with iOS 8. Although headline features like transit did not show at WWDC, recent iOS 8 betas are bringing improvements to the ‘Report A Problem’ features. 257 more words

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Experiência padrão Apple

A primeira matéria publicada em um veículo jornalístico a gente nunca esquece. E se, além de ser a primeira matéria produzida fora das demandas da faculdade, com vários… 797 more words


August 2014 iOS Developer Group Meeting

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Come as early as 6:30pm for informal networking and discussion before the presentations begin, and join us after the meeting for less formal discussion at Four Peaks Brewing Company or OSHO down the road. 82 more words


Being One of a Million Yosemite Beta Testers and iOS Opening up to Compete with Android

Just recently, Apple held their Worldwide Developers Conference at Moscone West in San Francisco. The conference was held from June 2-6, with a keynote filled with software related announcements taking place June 2 and numerous developer sessions the rest of the week. 980 more words