Apple announces a replacement program for some European iPhone USB adapters that may overheat and pose a safety risk. The adapters shipped with European models of iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s from October 2009 to September 2012.
Apple has added a new “Browse by Category” option on the app store that makes it easier to find apps, as opposed to the traditional list view.
When you tap on the Browse by Category option, you will see different category options such as Books, Business, Catalogs, Education, Games etc. You can access this option on the App Store on Mac and iOS devices.
Apple has released a video ahead of their Omotesando, Japan, Apple store grand opening. The video gives us a sneak peek of the behind the scenes preparations.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup begins June 12 and runs through July 13th. Apple has now added a new “Soccer Fever” section in its iTunes store that showcase a variety of apps that allows the user to follow the soccer matches and explore the country that is hosting, which is Brazil.
The non-retina Wi-Fi iPad mini is now available for $199 at Target as part of a Father’s Day promotion that ends June 14th. The Retina display Wi-Fi 16GB also has a small discount of $30 which brings the price down from $399 to $369.
During Apples WWDC event last week we got a preview of OS X Yosemite and Apple has already released the first beta to developers and beta testers.
Developers have discovered a new hidden feature in iOS 8 beta that will allow users to find their parked car using the Maps application. The feature was not introduced during Apple’s WWDC event last week.
During Apples WWDC event the photo bellow was shown for a brief moment and on it we see many new features for iOS 8 that Apple didn’t talk much about or didn’t talk about at all during the event. One of those features includes WiFi calling, and T-Mobile has now confirmed in an announcement that it will enable the feature for iPhone users on its network when iOS 8 is relesed later this year.
Sonny Dickson, a well known source of Apple hardware rumors, has tweeted that Apple is working with Chinese authorities to stop the leaks, hiring 200 security officers to catch anyone who tries to sell any iPhone 6 accessories.
Apple just put up a banner for iOS 8 at the Moscone Center for next weeks WWDC event.