iOS developer Nicholas Allegra, better known by his handle "comex" within the jailbreaking community, shared a short video on Twitter that shows a web browser running on the Apple Watch. The fifteen-second clip shows Allegra tapping, panning and zooming on the Google homepage on the Apple Watch, but the functionality is limited as to be expected because of the small screen size and lack of an on-screen keyboard.
Users of Apple's healthcare data app platform - intended to allow developers access to healthcare info collected via its wristy watch gizmo - could be left wide open to security exploits, infosec bods have warned.
The ResearchKit and HealthKit platform is intended to allow health researchers to aggregate information collected from iOS users who opt-in to contribute their personal medical data.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is only a month away, and rumors surrounding how Apple plans to update its mobile software are increasing steadily.
We’ve already heard that iOS 9 probably won’t have some flashy redesign. Instead, the software will most just focus on security updates and not being broken in general.
Apple's latest iPhones continue to be in high-demand in Europe half a year after their launch, leading up to a market share boost on the old continent according to a new report from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. And it is happening at the expense of Android, which, while still the most-popular smartphone operating system in Europe, is seeing part of its local users fleeing to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple’s long-rumored relaunch of the Beats music-streaming service is slated for June, and in preparation, the company is softening the beaches by playing hardball with record labels. And, not for the first time, federal trade commissioners aren’t particularly happy.
According to sources that have spoken to Bloomberg and The Verge, Apple is pushing hard to ink exclusive deals for the new streaming service — and take money and music away from rivals like Spotify and YouTube.