Nintendo Finally Embraces iPhone Gaming and Still Blows It

5:15 PM, Mar. 19th, 2015 · · iPhone

When I heard Nintendo was finally going to bring its games to the iPhone and iPad, my first thought was, "Shut up and take my money!" My second thought was, "They're going to find a way to screw this up." Turns out I was right: Nintendo figured out exactly how to fail on the iPhone, and ran with it.

98% Off iOS and Xcode Developer Training

4:44 PM, Mar. 17th, 2015 · · iPhone

98% Off iOS and Xcode Developer Training

We have a great deal on the iOS & Xcode Developer Training course: it's a lifetime subscription for $99—98 percent off retail. It has more than 720 video levtures on iOS languages Swift, Objective-C, and more. And more courses are added every month. With more than 65 hours of content, you can learn from beginner levels to advanced levels, and stay up to date.

iBOLT’s iPro2 is a Great Car Docking Station for Modern iPhones

12:40 PM, Mar. 17th, 2015 · · iPhone

iBOLT iPro2 Car Dock

iBOLT has released a new car dock for iPhones (5 thru 6 Plus) called the iPro2. Many people will find that it is the perfect dock for their needs. iBOLT seems to have thought of everything, even including an integrated Lightning connector. It even works with an iPhone in a heavy duty protective case.

Pyle Health Thermometer Works with Free iOS App

12:25 PM, Mar. 13th, 2015 · · iPhone

Pyle Audio Pyle Health Thermometer

Pyle Audio has released a digital thermometer that works with iOS devices. It allows users to take a temperature in seconds without difficulty for the user or trauma to the patient. The free IOS app keeps a log of each patient's history. There are no moving parts that a child could remove. Amazon's price is very good, and Nancy recommends it.

Apple’s iOS 8.3 Beta goes Public for the First Time

9:55 AM, Mar. 13th, 2015 · · iPhone

Apple has been offering public betas of OS X Yosemite for months, and now the company has added iOS 8 to its public beta program for the first time. The iPhone and iPad maker is now offering iOS 8.3 beta to some of its OS X public beta list, giving them a chance to work with the pre-release version of the mobile operating system ahead of its official launch.

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Getting to try out iOS 8.3 as a public beta is pretty cool, but don't forget it's still a pre-release version. Some features may be broken, and there's always the chance you could lose important data, so be sure to have a good backup before jumping into the beta program.

Apple Pushes iOS 8.3 Beta 3 to Developers

2:31 PM, Mar. 12th, 2015 · · iPhone

iOS 8

Apple released iOS 8.3 (beta) 12F5047f—the third beta release of the iPhone and iPad operating system—to developers Thursday . The most notable change in the release is a known issue with Verizon LTE Voice.

Intel Wins a Space in Apple’s next iPhone

10:26 AM, Mar. 12th, 2015 · · iPhone

Intel has reportedly won a space inside the next iPhone model, and that's coming at Qualcomm's expense. Intel's new 7360 LTE modem will replace Qualcomm's LTE chip in iPhones sold in Asia and Latin America.

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Sourcing at least LTE chips from Intel should have Qualcomm worried. If Intel manages to impress Apple with its designs, that could cut deep into Qualcomm's LTE chip sales to the company.

The CIA Has a Secret War against Apple Encryption

10:04 PM, Mar. 10th, 2015 · · iPhone

The CIA Has a Secret War against Apple Encryption

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is engaged in an active campaign to break Apple's encryption technologies in order to broaden its ability to surveil anyone, anywhere. According to The Intercept, the CIA has waged a multi-year effort to find vulnerabilities in iOS, iPhones, and iPads that it can exploit.