Posts Tagged ‘iOS 7’

MOGA Ace Power released

by Charlie Grammeron November 19, 2013
The first Apple certified, iOS 7 complient game controller is now on the market. This controller, the MOGA Ace Power, was developed by Power A. Some may recall that when the MOGA line of Android controlles were initially released, companies like Power A and their rivals were rustrated that their controllers couldn’t find a home on Apple devices. The […]

MOGA’s iPhone gamepad photos reveals built-in battery

by Charlie Grammeron October 29, 2013
A Twitter user has reportedly leaked photos of MOGA’s upcoming iPhone gamepad at @evleaks. For those unaware, back in June, Apple announced that support for third-party gaming controllers would be a feature of iOS 7. When the software was distributed in September, ClamCase revealed its attempt into getting into the third-party iOS gamepad market with […]

iOS 7.0.2 update release to fix lock screen bug

by Ramon Arandaon September 27, 2013
Apple has finally released the latest fix for iOS 7 that will address the bug that allowed users to bypass the lock screen by going through the photo gallery, which also allowed access to emails and social network accounts on an iPhone. The iOS 7.0.2 update also has added support for a Greek keyboard when […]

Apple’s iPhone 5S and 5C sold 9 million units over the weekend

by Dragos Dobreon September 23, 2013
Honestly, we were expecting for this to turn out like this. Why? Because it’s Apple. And they have build a reputation over the year and they products are selling like bread even if they don’t bring that much features apart from the “older” generation iPhones. So this wasn’t a surprise for us. Apple managed to […]

Across Age II coming to mobile devices this winter

by Charlie Grammeron September 17, 2013
Mobile gamers may remember an action role-playing game from EXE-Create that was released in early 2010 by the name of Across Age. Many of these gamers may have loved the fifteen or so hours that they put into the game, and thy will be happy to hear that a sequel has been officially announced. Across […]

Apple speaks about productivity and work featured with the new iOS 7

by Charlie Grammeron September 10, 2013
During today’s press conference, after showing off the camera application for the upcoming iOS 7, Mr. Federighi stepped off of the stage and Mr. Cook stepped back up. Mr. Cook’s first task upon reclaiming the stage was to speak about iWork, the iOS 7’s productivity software. He assured those in attendance that it will contain Keynote, […]

Apple shows off iOS 7’s new camera app

by Charlie Grammeron September 10, 2013
During the Apple press conference today, the company showed off the new camera application. The application, which was previewed during the Worldwide Developers Conference in June, appears to be much faster than the current camera application that’s available in iOS 6. In addition, the upcoming application will have built-in access to several live photo filters. […]

Siri to obtain new features with iOS 7

by Charlie Grammeron September 10, 2013
During today’s Apple press conference, it was revealed that Siri will be receiving an upgrade. Just what does this upgrade entail? Well, Siri will be obtaining a new voice, specifically a new male voice. In addition, Siri will be able to receive several brand new voice commands, such as searching Wikipedia (and other sites). Apple is obviously […]

Cook shows off the features of iOS 7

by Charlie Grammeron September 10, 2013
  During Apple’s conference today, Mr. Cook showed off the new operating system, iOS 7. According to Cook, this new system will ship next month to 700 million new devices. After stating this, he invited Apple’s senior vice president for software engineering, Craig Federighi to take the stage in order to reveal more details about the […]

iOS 7 hits Sept. 18

by Adam Larckon September 10, 2013
The newest version of iOS is almost available for download. iOS 7 is set to hit next week for the iPhone 4 or newer, iPad 2 or newer, iPad mini and fifth-gen iPod touch. The new OS will bring in redone notifications, a redone calendar, new Siri functions and the Control Center. It will also […]

WWDC: iOS 7 introduced by Apple

by Ramon Arandaon June 11, 2013
Apple went in deep yesterday morning with the announcement of iOS7 at the WWDC in San Francisco, adding features to the OS that many users have been clamoring for. With Android having a larger market share, thanks in part to more device options and better control over the user experience, Apple has taken a page […]