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What's new in iOS 6?

What's new in iOS 6?

By 12 September 2012

Like some sort of technology powered magic roundabout, it's that time of year again: time for an update to Apple's iPhone operating system and now that the iPhone 5 has arrived we've got more details on iOS 6 than ever before. Apple iOS 6 review iOS 6... >>

Apple OS X Mountain Lion final version now with developers

Apple OS X Mountain Lion final version now with developers

By 10 July 2012

Developers have now got their hands on the Golden Master version of Apple’s soon to arrive OS X Mountain Lion as they start working on new applications for the operating system. The fact that it sports the term Golden Master (GM) suggests this will... >>

iCloud will backup reminders and notes with iOS 6 update

iCloud will backup reminders and notes with iOS 6 update

By 3 July 2012

A beta version of iCloud for Apple’s iOS 6 has been previewed, revealing that iPhone and iPad users will be able to create, backup, edit and delete their reminders and notes on their PC or Mac computers with web versions of the applications. Developers... >>

Apple pushes for a prettier, more social world

Apple pushes for a prettier, more social world

By 12 June 2012

Apple has detailed how our lives will be even more connected and in higher definition at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, as it looks to distance itself even further from Google. Speaking to a crowd of more than 5,000 developers,... >>

New MacBook Pro in short supply, Apple flagship store only gets seven

New MacBook Pro in short supply, Apple flagship store only gets seven

By 12 June 2012

Apple’s flagship Regent Street store has sold out of the new MacBook Pro notebook, just hours after going on sale. And a tipster told Pocket-lint that the London-based branch only had seven to sell in the first place. The portable computer that features... >>

No turn-by-turn or flyover on iPhone 4

No turn-by-turn or flyover on iPhone 4

By 11 June 2012

If you are an iPhone 4 owner and thought you were going to get turn-by-turn direction support and that super whizzy new flyover feature demoed by Apple at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, think again. Apple has confirmed in the small... >>

17-inch MacBook Pro killed

17-inch MacBook Pro killed

By 11 June 2012

Apple has quietly killed off the 17-inch MacBook Pro, it seems. The larger sized notebook from the Cupertino-based company has disappeared from the online Apple store in the US and the UK. The move coincides with the launch of the refreshed MacBook Pro... >>

MacBook Pro with Retina display: First eyes-on photos

MacBook Pro with Retina display: First eyes-on photos

By 11 June 2012

Apple has unveiled a new MacBook Pro, complete with Retina display, at its WWDC event today in San Francisco and Pocket-lint was there to get as close as we could to the new model. Shown off behind glass, the new laptop looks as stunning as the specs... >>

Apple announces Siri update, brings iPad, mapping, in-car support

Apple announces Siri update, brings iPad, mapping, in-car support

By 11 June 2012

Siri, the Apple voice assistant that the internet seems to love to hate, will have plenty of new features in its latest iOS 6 iteration. On stage at this year's WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), Apple's Scott Forstall, senior VP of iOS software,... >>

Apple Maps update brings turn-by-turn navigation, Google-rivalling features

Apple Maps update brings turn-by-turn navigation, Google-rivalling features

By 11 June 2012

Apple has announced a significant update to its mapping service to be offered as part of iOS 6, at its WWDC in San Francisco today. The update, which includes a swathe of features, is likely to send a shiver down the spine of the likes of Co-Pilot and... >>


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