It is a tech myth that Google Maps is the only robust maps software out there, but yet many general users believe that myth. Of course, Mountain View’s service is probably the most complete service and dominates the market, but Nokia’s HERE Maps suite has been providing a compelling alternative for some time. Read More »
Archive for the “iOS News” Category
Mar 11 2015
Feb 10 2015
iOS 8 may only be midway through its life cycle, but Apple is obviously already preparing its follow up, iOS 9. Codenamed Monarch, it has been popping up lately with several sources spilling the proverbial beans on the software. Likely to be announced early this summer and rolled out with new products in the fall, iOS 9 will reportedly be much more stable platform.
A new report says that Apple will not necessarily be chasing a slew of new features with iOS 9, but will instead be focusing on optimizing the software, making it more stable, and getting more consistent speed performance. Certainly, iOS 8 has not been as well received as previous iterations, with many complaining that it was rather rough around the edges. Apple has largely resolved any teething problems, but will be looking to avoid them altogether with iOS 9.
Feb 10 2015
Jan 29 2015
Dec 30 2014
Apple’s commanding hold over the mobile industry continued and even strengthened over Christmas, and considering the blistering start to life enjoyed by the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, it’s hardly a surprise. Several analyst firms have shown Apple’s products vastly outperformed rival companies through a myriad of statistical analysis, while the iPhone 6 Plus even put a dent into the Cupertino’s own iPad, with tablet sales plummeting across the board. Read More »
Dec 03 2014
Nov 26 2014
Sep 22 2014