Apple has finally launched iOS 7.1 (build number: 11D167) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
The City of Cupertino Resolution No. 13-084 gave Apple a Development Permit to allow the demolition of approximately 2.66 million square feet of existing office, research and development buildings. Apple is planning to construct Apple Campus 2 that will have up to 3.42 million square feet of office, research, and development buildings; a 120,000 square feet (1,000 seat) corporate auditorium, a 100,000 square feet corporate fitness center, and a 25,000 square feet Valet Parking Reception area; 92,000 square feet of utility plants; and associated parking facilities and ancillary buildings (such as security reception areas and landscape maintenance buildings).
CarPlay also previously known as iOS in the Car was officially announced by apple as a way to bring the iPhone experience to in-car entertainment systems.
Apple updated iMac with 21.5-inch and 27-inch models that have the Intel’s new Haswell processor, faster PCI Express flash storage, better graphics and 802.11ac next-generation Wi-Fi.
Apple is releasing a new version of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 in a few days, according to a source. New version will be available in the Mac App Store and its referred to as “Supplement Update” to 10.8.5. The OS X 10.8.5 released earlier this month included Mail improvements, screensaver functionality, and WiFi connectivity. The new upgrade will include FaceTime fixes on the newer MacBook Airs, external drive connectivity, HDMI, and USB.
Apple announces it is building its own facilities that will provide over 60 percent of the clean power needed to power its data center in Maiden, North Carolina.
Apple has released OS X Lion 10.7.4, an update that features a number of important security fixes, some general improvements, as well as an update to the Safari browser.
MuscleNerd announced an upcoming version of RedSn0w will support restoring and allow for downgrade of the iPhone 4S and iPad 2/3 for those with SHSH Blobs saved.
Apple’s iPad selection page for Latin America revealed the iPad 3 will be launching in 13 new countries in that region this Friday, May 11.
AT&T has just officially announced that it’s entering the home automation and security business with its Digital Life suite of services to compete with the likes of Crestron, Lutron, and other noteworthy providers of premium home automation. To deliver the functionality demanded of home automation, an array of connected devices will be provided such as cameras, window and door sensors, smoke, carbon monoxide, motion, and glass break sensors, door locks, thermostats, moisture detection, and appliance power controls.