iOS 7 launched earlier today and I think it's a worthwhile upgrade for any iOS user. Read my review of iOS 7 here. But like any major software upgrade, there are good things about the changes as well as bad.
I decided to round up my favorite parts of iOS 7 that I think are truly useful and stand out from the other changes. Tomorrow, I'll be writing what I think are the seven worst things about iOS 7, so don't get caught up thinking this is just an iPhone fan-fest.
Control Center One of the most … Read more
The software is going out to users as a free update this morning, a little more than a week after developers got a finalized version, and some three months after Apple first showed it off back in June.
The update is a complete visual overhaul to iOS, which looked much the same in its first six iterations. It also brings new features, including: … Read more
Apple pushed out a new version of iTunes on Wednesday morning, just ahead of when the company is expected to roll out iOS 7.
The software, version 11.1, brings iTunes Radio -- Apple's new streaming music service. That service, which was first shown off at the Worldwide Developers Conference back in June, is also arriving as part of iOS 7, as well as with an update to the Apple TV set-top box.
Along with iTunes Radio, the update adds a new "genius shuffle" mode that Apple promotes as a "magical new way to experience your … Read more
Apple released its OS X 10.8.5 update yesterday, offering a number of fixes for outstanding bugs, including problems with screensavers not starting, Mail not displaying messages, and several notable fixes for new Apple hardware, specifically the new MacBook Air, which showed truncated Wi-Fi networking speeds at its debut.
While for the most part the 10.8.5 update has shown improvement for people's systems, as with any updates there are a few people who have found some odd problems after installing the update, stemming from some experiencing the inability to log into their system to others noting … Read more