Just a fortnight after the company seeded iOS 8.4 (Beta 1) to registered developers, Apple has tonight seeded a second beta of the software to ADC members.
Apple Watch wirelessly connects to your iPhone to provide hourly notifications from your most-used apps and services. But the way in which both devices actually pair with each other, really has to be seen to be believed.
Following Microsoft pushing out an update to PowerPoint on iOS – in the last few hours, that brought with it full support for controlling presentations right from the wrist (with Apple Watch), Apple is now following suit by releasing an update for its own presentation creation tool – Keynote.
Still in search for that “killer” feature, that will likely convince you to drop the required $349 (starting) on the Apple Watch?
If the thoughts of being able to see your Twitter activity (at a glance), engage in a video chat, or control your TV from your wrist – don’t happen to cut it, perhaps these next apps that just added support for Apple’s new wearable might.
Following the publishing of its 2015 Eco Responsibility Report – earlier today, and ahead of “Earth Day 2015” – set to be marked this Wednesday (April 22), Apple is highlighting a variety of apps, books, (and more) that either have their focus on showing Earth’s natural environment in a positive light, or that explore new ways to improve it.
There’s a new music video client on the block that’s just vying for your attention.
The latest update to Google’s mobile browser now includes the ability to both search, and open tabs, straight from iOS Notification Center.