Apple first teased iOS in your car's dashboard at WWDC 2013, now a noted Apple hacker provides a glimpse at how it might work.
In a move that could bode well for customized apps built for Apple TV, iOS developers hack second-gen Apple TV and get it to run apps at 720p.
Apple Talk Weekly gives you all the big Apple news and rumors from the week, including iPhone 4S launches in China, talk of 50-inch TVs, and how much data Siri really uses.
The folks at iFixit believe Siri's lack of support for older iPhones is due to a change in the proximity sensor in the iPhone 4S over previous models. But there are other theories out there.
Siri can be made to work perfectly on an iPhone 4, as well as an iPod touch. So come on Apple, bring it to the rest of us!
A developer has managed to get Siri running on his iPhone 4, so great news if you want voice control without the upgrade fee.
Two vague references within the iPhone OS 3.0 beta could be evidence that Apple has plans for that software that involve something beyond the iPhone or iPod Touch.