Crimean developers no longer working with Apple

Sanctions were put in response to Russia’s advances in the region.

Developers reminded of iOS 8 64-bit switch

Some say 64-bit is not necessary, but it’s where the industry is heading.

Snowden leak reveals GCHQ spied on iPhone users

Until 2013, the British intelligence agency GCHQ was spying on people with the help of UDID.

iOS 8.2 Beta 4 reaching developers

Plenty of references point to the Apple Watch launch.


Lawsuit targets Apple due to “misleading” device storage space

And who is made to suffer? The grandchildren and brides, according to the complaint.


iOS vs. Android? Mobile vs. desktop? What to make of online purchases

Is it user experience or income that makes iOS users spend more?


When will Apple merge OS X and iOS?

With merging OS X and iOS, it’s a matter of “when,” not “if.”


iOS 8.1.2 update – still an unrefined underperformer

iOS 8 continues to be the most stubbornly problematic version of Apple’s mobile OS yet.

iOS 8.1.2 update restores ringtones

Good. Because custom ringtones aren’t annoying at all.


iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite issues; don’t shoot the messengers

Perhaps one-year intervals are not long enough between substantial OS upgrades.

iOS users dominate Black Friday sales, iPhone leads social media buzz

Singles’ Day emerges as sleeper among top five lowest online prices days this season.


iOS 8 update falls short – again – addressing stability and performance

Apple should’ve called iOS 8 “The buggiest iOS release ever,” not the biggest.