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    Dear Apple, Open up or be left behind…

    Ryan Daws

    Four years ago I watched Jobs announce that FaceTime would become Open - after three years of frustration at each passing Apple event I switched to Android.

    About 2 days, 14 hours ago - 0 comments - Categories: Apple, Apple iOS, Industry, iPad, Platforms
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    New ray-tracing GPU could result in more graphical prowess for future iDevices

    Ryan Daws

    As Apple’s long-standing graphics partner; any advancement from Imagination Technologies is worth noting for its probable inclusion in the next-generation of iDevices...

    About 1 month ago - 0 comments - Categories: Apple, Apple iOS, Gaming, Platforms
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    Updates from Google and Apple: What developers can expect

    StartApp

    There have been rumours as well as public announcements from both Apple and Google over the past few days. For Apple, rumours have been circling almost non-stop about iOS 8, the new update to Apple’s mobile operating system. On Google’s front, the company just announced some major updates for Google Play game services ahead of the Game Developers Conference this week.

    About 1 month, 1 week ago - 0 comments - Categories: Android, Apple, Developers
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    iOS8: What we know so far…

    Ryan Daws

    It’s that time of year again when rumours start circulating about what Apple has in-store for the next major upgrade of iOS...

    About 1 month, 1 week ago - 0 comments - Categories: Apple, Apple iOS, Developers, Platforms
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    Apple’s CarPlay turns your ride into an iVehicle

    Ryan Daws

    Announced back at last year’s WWDC, Apple has finally given more details on bringing a native iOS experience to automotives...

    About 1 month, 3 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Apple, Apple iOS, Platforms
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    iOS apps suffer security problems

    Mike Brown

    Mobile app security is a growing concern, but most companies are still struggling to keep up. Android has traditionally been the operating system associated with mobile security issues, but recent stats released by HP prove that iOS developers are also fighting an uphill battle.

    About 5 months ago - 0 comments - Categories: Apple, Apple iOS, Security
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    Apple co-founder Woz gives his take at #AppsWorld

    Ryan Daws

    Speaking at AppsWorld in London, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak gave his thoughts on the shifting mobile industry; wearable tech, connected devices, voice assistants, the Cloud, and the iOS competition from rivals such as Android and Windows Phone.

    About 6 months ago - 0 comments - Categories: App Stores, Apple, Apple iOS, Devices, Industry
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    Why companies are favouring iOS for custom apps

    Mike Brown

    Android and iOS have been duking it out for years now. iPhone reigned supreme for a while, then Android made some headway and has more or less been considered the top seller since then – but the iPhone is never far behind. The numbers change every quarter (and sometimes depending on your source) but most companies take the safe – and smart – route and develop apps for both major operating systems. A new report, however, suggests that there are two areas where iOS is still dominating.

    About 6 months, 1 week ago - 0 comments - Categories: Android, Apple, Apple iOS, Developers
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    Why iBeacons has developers excited about Bluetooth Low Energy

    Mubaloo

    The iPhone 4S was the first commercial product to ship with Bluetooth 4.0. At the time, the technology got some attention from industry observers who speculated about its potential - especially around a new technology called Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). Since it was released devices such as FitBit and the Peddle SmartWatch have helped to demonstrate some of the possibilities of the technology. With iOS 7, Apple is extending the possibilities of BLE with iBeacons.

    About 6 months, 2 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Apple, Apple iOS, Developers, Devices, Location
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    How speech recognition software brings the conversation to consumers

    Seb Reeve

    Automated phone lines have been infuriating customers for decades, the press is littered with horror stories of long wait times and customers trapped in an endless automated maze. For years app developers have been trying to solve this problem by creating a tool for consumers that is inherently simple but can process complex information succinctly.

    About 6 months, 3 weeks ago - 0 comments - Categories: Apple, AR, Developers
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