iOS 9.1 beta 2 brings new fixes to developers

Developers can add the latest iOS 9.1 beta to their iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches starting today. Exactly two weeks after releasing the first beta, Apple has started seeding iOS 9.1 beta 2, build 13B5119e, to developers via an over-the-air update and in the Apple Dev Center. The release notes for the new beta don’t […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)


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This is how crazy thin the iPhone 7 will be

One of the hallmarks of Apple’s tick-tock cycle of iPhone updates is that every other iPhone gets thinner than its predecessors. The iPhone 7, then, should be thinner than the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s, just as they were thinner than the iPhone 5. But how crazy thin will the iPhone 7 be? Just as […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)


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Chronic pain patients can ease their suffering with an iPod touch

From the health-tracking features of the Apple Watch to iPhone cases capable of predicting strokes, there are more and more medical devices involving Apple products. Perhaps the most amazing so far, however, involves a newly-launched medical technology which allows chronic pain patients to…Read more ›



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Thieving educator takes phrase ‘an Apple for teacher’ too far

An old saying states that those who can, do; those who can’t, teach — and to this we should maybe add that those teachers who can’t afford the latest Apple products on their salary, steal. That’s according to a new…Read more ›



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iPod touch used to control war veteran’s prosthetic hand is stolen

Normally a story about a stolen iPod touch wouldn’t be worthy of major news coverage. That changes, however, when the iPod touch in question is used to control its war veteran owner’s prosthetic hand. The iPod touch belongs to Afghanistan…Read more ›



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iOS device hospital trial leads to lower mortality rates

We’re increasingly obsessed with the idea of personal health tracking devices like the long-awaited iWatch, but current Apple devices can also be used to revolutionize medicine within hospitals. A new report in the U.K. states that doctors and nurses at Middlesbrough’s James Cook University…Read more ›



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