Apple’s WWDC is coming up next week and while there is plenty still unknown, specifically product related, a hint of what is coming will be some new features to iOS. Banners have started to go up that show the number 8 — which is a heavy hint that iOS 8 is en route. Previous reports indicated that Apple will be continuing the flat design of iOS 7 and also introducing a number of health apps, improvements to Maps, Siri, plus most likely some additional direction of its recent $3 billion Beats acquisition.
Apple will be live streaming the keynote presentation on June 2nd, which they declared we can expect some “exciting announcements.”
In a press a recent press release, Lisa Raitt, the Transport Minister of Canada, has announced that “gate-to-gate” electronics use of portable electronics, such as smartphones, tablets, handheld gaming consoles, e-readers, laptops etc. You will have access to use them on any flight operated any Canadian airlines.
Last year rules and regulations of electronics on US and European airlines during taxi, takeoff and landing periods was eased, making people in Canada left wondering if Ottawa would follow these same rules.
People onboard planes using a smartphone and/or a tablet, would only have full transmitting use during taxi of the plane, and are permitted to [...]
French site MacGeneration (via MacRumors) reports that Apple could update its MacBook Air line as early as next week. The information comes from reliable sources speaking with the site and pointed to new devices coming with 11- and 13-inch screens, which are the sizes of the MacBook Air line.
If we can believe the rumours, the update will arrive next Tuesday and will bring a slight performance upgrade among other changes. Apple can choose between a number of recently launched processors, including the 1.4 GHz i5-4260U, the 1.4 GHz i5-4350U, and the 1.5 GHz i5-4360U.
The whispers corroborate earlier claims of a MacBook Air refresh. The Chinese WeiPhone user who revealed [...]
Following a Mail update for Mavericks in November, Apple today released OS X 10.9.1, an update that contains stability and compatibility enhancements for Mac computers.
The update also includes improved support for Gmail in OS X Mail, improved the reliability of Smart Mailboxes, and fixed an issue that prevented VoiceOver from speaking sentences that contained an emoji, among other updates.Improved support for Gmail in OS X Mail, and fixes for users with custom Gmail settings Improves the reliability of Smart Mailboxes and search in Mail Fixes an issue that prevented contact groups from working properly in Mail Resolves an issue that prevented VoiceOver from speaking [...]