PayPal App for iPhone Updated With Touch ID Support for Login

PayPal’s official iPhone app in the App Store has at last received support for Touch ID authentication, nearly two years following Apple’s debut of fingerprint scanning with the iPhone 5s’s fall 2013 introduction.

Wealthy man buys two Apple Watch Edition models for his dog

Still waiting for the chance to have some good money to purchase an Apple Watch ? You know that the the watch isn't inexpensive, in Sport model it starts at $349. But, on the very opposite end of the spectrum, is the Apple Watch Edition, which starts at $10,000.

Apple seeds fourth OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite beta to developers and public beta testers

Apple on Tuesday seeded the fourth beta of the upcoming OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 software to both developers and public testers. The update, labeled build 14E26a, is available through the Update tab in the Mac App Store, and the Dev Center for all registered Mac developers.

iOS 9 will reportedly support Force Touch in the ‘iPhone 6S’, changes coming to iMessage, keyboard and Apple Pay

iOS 9, the next major iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system powering the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, reportedly has built-in support for Force Touch technology which debuted on the Apple Watch, suggesting the possibility of pressure-sensitive screens on the next iPhone and iPad.

Microsoft is bringing Cortana to iOS later this year

Microsoft Cortana, the software giant’s Siri-like personal digital assistant available on Windows Phone and Windows 10 mobile and desktop platforms, will expand later this year to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, as well as Android smartphones and tablets.

Jony Ive promoted to Chief Design Officer

According to an internal memo CEO Tim Cook sent to Apple employees on Monday, Jonathan Ive, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Design, has been promoted to a brand new role: Chief Design Officer.

iPhone 6s may feature Sony’s RGBW 12-megapixel camera sensor

We start the week off with a fresh series of rumors targeting none other than the highly-anticipated iPhone 6s line-up. As the title above reveals, these fresh rumors indicate that the aforementioned device will be released with a 12 MP Sony sensor in tow, which will make use of Sony’s RGBW technology for improved performance in low-light conditions.

How to use San Francisco system font on your iPhone or iPad

With the latest news of iOS 9 and OS X Yosemite 10.11, we've seen a new system font called "San Francisco" font and thankfully you can use it on your jailbroken iPhone/iPad or iPod Touch and even on your Mac.

Weekly Roundup: 10 new and noteworthy Jailbreak tweaks of the week (May 24)

In case you were busy last week and didn’t get a chance to take a look at Cydia, don’t worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out. The jailbreak community has progressed at the same pace as last week as it saw the release of only 10 new jailbreak tweaks.

First Unboxing photos and video of the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition

Units of the staggeringly-expensive Apple Watch Edition began shipping this week, and some customers have already started receiving their orders. Yesterday, a user over in this MacRumors forum thread posted a series of photos showing his new golden wearable.

iPhone 6s to Get 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM, 32GB of Minimum Storage, Force Touch?

Leading market intelligence firm TrendForce has strengthened reports that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will deliver major improvements this fall. In addition to more RAM, the firm says Apple’s new devices will come with a minimum of 32GB of storage, plus Force Touch displays.

‘Losing the Signal’ highlights how the iPhone permanently affected BlackBerry’s future

There is a new book coming out later this month entitled “Losing the Signal,” and it explores the rise and fall of BlackBerry. The Canadian-based handset maker that once sat atop the smartphone market has spent the last two years fighting off bankruptcy.

iOS 9, Mac OS X 10.11 will bring ‘big focus on quality’, smaller apps, legacy iPhone/iPad support and more

It’s been said before that the next major version of Apple’s mobile operating system will be a Snow Leopard style upgrade in that it won’t focus as much on new features as it would on optimizing code base for stability, performance and quality.

Apple Watch has stopped measuring heart rate every 10 minutes after Watch OS 1.0.1 update

In addition to fixing performance issues and a number of problems related to the accuracy of fitness tracking, the first software update for the Apple Watch seem to have introduced an unintended bug.

Apple Highlights Global Accessibility Awareness Day With Dedicated Section in App Store

Apple tends to launch new sections within its App Store quite frequently, especially when they’re trying to highlight something with the apps available within its store.

Photoshop Touch will be removed from the App Store as Adobe focuses on other apps

Photoshop maker Adobe said today it will be pulling Photoshop Touch apps for the iPhone and iPad from the App Store and other mobile platforms next Thursday, May 28. At the same time the company gave a sneak peek of its forthcoming new retouching solution for mobile, Rigel, which should be available later this year.

iOS 9 will finally bring transit directions to Maps app

One important piece of the Apple Maps puzzle is about to fall in place at next month’s WWDC as Apple readies to announce the Transit feature within Apple Maps in iOS 9, 9to5Mac reported this morning.

Concept imagines iPhone 7 with Samsung Galaxy S6 edge’s curved display

For the vast majority of consumers, curved smartphone displays are little more than a gimmick right now. But if used properly, they can be incredibly useful. A new iPhone 7 concept imagines what it would be like if Apple introduced one and adapted iOS to take advantage of it.

iOS 9’s ‘Home’ app will manage HomeKit accessories with virtual rooms

The San Francisco font used throughout the Apple Watch’s operating system is expected to replace Helvetica Neue as the new default font in iOS 9 code-named “Monarch” and OS X 10.11 code-named “Gala,” according to sources with knowledge of the preparations who spoke to 9to5Mac.

Apple rejects an app update because the screenshots had the word ‘Android’

Developers who work on new app updates should be more careful when dealing with Apple, the company has in the past rejected many apps from the iOS app store for some ridiculous reasons. Today it has taken things to a whole new level by rejecting an app update because one of the screenshots from the app listing contained the word “Android”.
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