Apple’s latest mobile software update will bring us several new features that could completely change how we use our iPhones, including the ability to password protect sensitive photo albums.
Earlier this week, Apple released the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 14.5, which comes with some great new features.
The Black Lives Matter movement shows no sign of slowing down, and remains at the forefront of many conversations abroad and in South Africa.
My crusade against unscheduled phone calls is well documented, and we must continue to fight against this sort of unruly behaviour.
Apple has released iPadOS to all compatible iPads a little earlier than expected. Here’s what you need to know.
The beta version of Apple’s new iOS 12 has been released, and it comes packed with apps, upgrades, and other awesome goodies.
Apple has unveiled a brand new software update, which will come with six exciting features that you might want to take for a ride.
The most frustrating aspect of using YouTube on your mobile is that everything stops as soon as it’s not front and centre. Turns out there’s a way around that.
Are you an app aficionado? Then here’s some really good news for you – but that’s only if you happen to have an iPhone.
The latest iOS update is packed full of goodies, and will finally allow you to delete those pesky Apple apps that no one ever really uses.
Apple’s software got breached through a crafty malware hack that left app developers releasing updates with the ability to steal your personal information.
Yesterday was an important one in the world of Apple as they announced their biggest and baddest products and updates at the WWDC.
Move over Skype and Facetime, Whatsapp is set to further dominate the mobile communications game with the release of their new calling feature.
Live in over 600 neighbourhoods across SA and with a second round of funding secured, OurHood has now launched apps for both the iOS and Android platforms.
The ultra-simplistic Yo app has generated quite a lot of buzz, but what does it do? Is there any point? And what does the future hold for the 8-hour creation?
Last year, Apple revealed the biggest change to-date of iOS, the mobile operating system that many of us have been using for years. Now, Apple is touching up and enhancing its specialised system for iOS 8.
Apple has introduced HealthKit, a system that organises your relevant health metrics from smart devices, including Nike+ gadgets, and it’s ready to kick your future fitness plan into gear.
Google Now can either be seen as your personal assistant, or proof that Google knows way too much about you. It gives you the ability to manage, search for and organize your information easily within your phone and other Google accounts.
Apple’s security is leakier than a colander of late. These images – based on a first hand description – of the company’s life data tracking app ‘Healthbook’ have surfaced. It is expected that Apple’s health-monitoring software for its mobile operating system will be launched with iOS 8.
Last month, WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum announced that the messaging platform company are planning to add voice over IP (VoIP) functionality to their app. A screenshot of what it might look like has been leaked, showing the proposed feature on an iOS smartphone.
Apple released their iOS 7.1 update. The update isn’t anything major but there are a couple of significant bug fixes and additions to the mobile operating system.
Android and iOS tend to be known as the big hitters when it comes to international mobile operating system markets, but recent stats paint a different picture of the SA mobile market. Going by install base figures, BlackBerry and Symbian S60 systems hold highest market shares in SA.
Thousands of iOS7 users have noted a troubling development on the iMessage front – a lot of messages aren’t getting sent. Usually, you can tell whether your iMessage is stuck in limbo by the persisting presence of the “Sending…” tab at the top of the message thread. Conversely, you can tell for certain if a message has been delivered by noting the “delivered” text below said message. But that isn’t always the case
There is a new iOS app out there for those who could not be bothered to breakup with their significant other over the phone, let alone face-to-face.
According to Techzoom.com we have a lot of things to be excited about with regards to the upcoming iOS7 software. We have listed some of them for your pleasure, click through to see what they are.
According to Apple blogger, John Gruber, iOS (the operating software run on iPhones, iPads and iPods) is getting a face lift – a big one. Insider info is that Apple engineers – who are permitted to carry around unreleased products and software – have a filter on their screens, so side viewers can’t sneak a peak. […]
Okay, Apple signed another patent – but this time it’s a goodie. Yesterday Apple was awarded the patent for an augmented reality system, giving users the ability to tag objects on screen in live video relayed by the phone camera, which would bring up information about those real-world items in a heads-up display. In english […]
Look, it isn’t good news. But you have to make the best of a bad situation. On Wednesday night, Google announced it would be shutting down its Reader product as of 1 July 2013. With the loss of Google Reader, a serious problem emerges. What will users use as an alternative reader? Step 1 – Find a new RSS […]
Google Now is arguably Android’s greatest weapon in the operating system tug of war between Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile. Harnessing the power of Big Data and predictive analytics, Google Now is a PA in your pocket, producing helpful, unprompted alerts and reminders which it creates by analysing the results of your search and browsing […]
Did you know that your iPhone has a function that can read any text back to you? Well it does. But now, with iOS6, they’ve included a South African accent. What a nice touch! Click to have a listen and try for yourself.