Apple’s iOS Browser Share Grows, Still Beats Android

iOS Browser Share And Android

Android and Apple’s iOS browser market share are both growing far faster than BlackBerry as we enter the new year. Blackberry is almost standing still to be honest. Overall iOS browser share is still well over double that of Android, and towards the end of 2010 it started to accelerate and grow much faster than Android. Currently iOS browser market … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple’s iOS Browser Share Grows, Still Beats Android

AirPrint to be Crippled in iOS 4.2?

One of the coolest and most touted features of AirPrint was the ability to use shared printers on your network to print to from any iOS device. I was actually as excited about that as I was about AirPlay, and even rushed to add the AirPrint feature to apps I am working on. But according to a rumour circulating today, … Read More

Stephen NorthcottAirPrint to be Crippled in iOS 4.2?

Apple Issues Advisory for iOS DayLight Saving Bug

We reported last week on the continued spread of the dreaded iOS DayLight Saving bug through various territories, starting in Australia initially, before spreading to Europe. If you don’t know already, all the bug does is make certain repeated alarms on your iPhone (or iPod Touch) occur an hour early or an hour late. Resulting in you either being early … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple Issues Advisory for iOS DayLight Saving Bug

iOS 4.2 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch Releasing on November 9th?

Last week saw Apple seed iOS 4.2 Golden Master to developers, and the final release could be made available to everyone as early as November 9th according to Apple rumor site, 9to5 Mac. Originally slated for release sometime in November, people (including yours truly) assumed this meant the last week of the month as is usual with such releases. The … Read More

Oliver HaslamiOS 4.2 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch Releasing on November 9th?

iPad iOS 4.2 Games Being Approved for the App Store

9to5 Mac are reporting that some games for the iPad which support Game Center on iOS 4.2 are already being approved for the App Store. First out of the gate was “Big Bad Sodoku Book” (View in iTunes). We reported yesterday that Apple has already asked all developers to submit apps for the upcoming release of iOS 4.2, which unifies … Read More

Stephen NorthcottiPad iOS 4.2 Games Being Approved for the App Store

Dreaded iOS DayLight Saving Bug Hits Europe

Depending on the part of the world you live in your clocks may or may not change at certain times of the year to reflect the movement in daylight hours at key points in the season. Many countries are debating if this system is still really required in todays culture. But have a heart for school kids who would have … Read More

Stephen NorthcottDreaded iOS DayLight Saving Bug Hits Europe

Convert Adobe Flash File to HTML5 [Sneak Peek]

It’s no secret that Steve Jobs is on a personal mission to rid the world of Adobe’s Flash and has gone so far as to not support the software language at all on Apple’s iOS devices. With that in mind it’s interesting to read that Adobe’s John Nack is drawing attention to a demo from Adobe’s MAX 2010 conference of a … Read More

Oliver HaslamConvert Adobe Flash File to HTML5 [Sneak Peek]

iOS 4.1 Bug allows you to bypass lock screen and access iPhone Contacts

Apple’s iOS 4.1 for iPhone 4, 3GS and 3G has a bug which can bypass the lock screen and grant anyone access to your contacts. This gives access only to the phone app on your iPhone so no other functions can be used. In order to bypass the lock screen all you have to do is attempt an emergency call, … Read More

Ravin MohindruiOS 4.1 Bug allows you to bypass lock screen and access iPhone Contacts

iPad to retain its mute switch, drops rotation lock [iOS 4.2]

Hoping the iPad will get its rotation lock back? Don’t hold your breath according to Steve Jobs. Those with long memories will remember way back in the time before iPad, that the initial announcement showed hardware that included a handy-dandy mute switch ala iPhone. Fast forward to the iPad launch and this switch magically transformed into a rotation lock. It … Read More

Oliver HaslamiPad to retain its mute switch, drops rotation lock [iOS 4.2]

What Future Does the MacBook Air Reveal to us?

MacBook Air

Apple revealed a long awaited update to the MacBook Air yesterday. Long awaited because their flagship ultra-portable has languished for well over a year without any love from Apple. That’s a long time in the post iPhone era! On the surface of it this revised MacBook Air is a beautiful piece of kit. But when you poke around under the … Read More

Stephen NorthcottWhat Future Does the MacBook Air Reveal to us?

Developers See Android Stronger than Apple iOS in Future

Figures just in from a survey of developers by Appcelerator and IDC have found that around 60% of devs see Android as a better bet for the future, whilst 35% believe that iOS will remain dominant. This is a shift from a previous survey that found around 55% favouring Android moving forward, over 40% for iOS. The foundation for this … Read More

Stephen NorthcottDevelopers See Android Stronger than Apple iOS in Future

Android enterprise market share grows, still below Apple (AAPL) iOS

In for months covering May 2010 to August 2010, Google’s Android OS grew its market share within the corporate environment from 10% to 16% – up from just 3% in November of 2009. Impressive stuff. But what about iOS, the operating system that powers Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPads, iPhones and iPods? It’s not doing too shabby either! During the same period, iOS … Read More

Oliver HaslamAndroid enterprise market share grows, still below Apple (AAPL) iOS

iOS 4.1 jailbreak for iPhone 3GS, 3G and iPod touch [Sn0wbreeze]

If you’re a windows user and want to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS, 3G or the third gen iPod touch then you can use the latest tool released by iH8sn0w. Sn0wbreeze, jailbreaking software for windows, enables you to jailbreak your iPhone and iPod touch. It allows you to create custom firmware for iOS 4.1 and then update and jailbreak your device. … Read More

Ravin MohindruiOS 4.1 jailbreak for iPhone 3GS, 3G and iPod touch [Sn0wbreeze]

Google Earth, Facebook, Labyrinth 2 and Guitar Hero Receive Updates

iOS Game Updates

For those of you who love your iOS apps, you’ll be interested to know that there have been some great updates recently to some of the App Store’s most popular, including Game Centre support for Labyrinth 2 and Guitar Hero, and a new ocean layer for Google Earth! Google Earth Version 3.1.0 brings with it an awesome new feature that … Read More

Killian BellGoogle Earth, Facebook, Labyrinth 2 and Guitar Hero Receive Updates

Apple Setting Up Newspaper and Magazine Subscriptions for iPad?

Something that a lot of the media outlets (both all digital outfits and converted to digital from more traditional print media) have wanted from Apple and the iPad is the ability to create a subscription type model for their publications. Indeed this is something that Rupert Murdoch, a recent convert to the “Church of Jobs”, is spending serious time sucking … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple Setting Up Newspaper and Magazine Subscriptions for iPad?