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iOS 8.3 incorporates support with CarPlay, new Emojis, improves logging in Google accounts and confirms Apple Pay in China It seems that it was no joke when we spoke a few months ago that Apple was working on two more major updates for iOS 8: iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.3. In recent months, the company has been dedicated to launching iOS 8.2 betas on time, an update that is expected to incorporate Apple Watch support as the main novelty. However, today those from Cupertino have given the great surprise by releasing the first beta of iOS 8.3. In an unexpected…

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iOS 8.4 is being developed under the codename Copper, a popular Colorado ski resort Today is definitely the day of the iOS news. If a few hours ago we informed you of Apple’s new intentions regarding the next iOS 9, and later the company surprised us all with the release of the first beta of iOS 8.1.3, now new sources confirm that those of Cupertino are still working on a fourth major update to the current operating system: iOS 8.4. As far as we have learned, the company is currently working on iOS 8.4 under the codename Copper, a popular…

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The well-known hacker iH8sn0w posted a video on his YouTube channel, in which he shows the former untethered jailbreak for iOS 9. The iPhone 5 on which the test is performed is equipped with the Golden Master version of iOS 9 released a few days ago, which will be made available as an update for everyone this Wednesday. iH8sn0w specifies that the jailbreak shown in the video is still immature (dirty and hacky), but it is still an excellent achievement, which by the way also works on iOS 9.1 beta 1. Unfortunately, it appears that for the time being the…

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When Apple TV, the AirPlay protocol and the possibility of image mirroring from iOS devices were launched on the market, I was wondering if there would come a time when the iPad would be a console, iPhones would be controllers, and AppleTV would be just an interface between all these devices and the TV. You could say that today my thought came true a little. We have games in which we use an iPhone or iPad to control, the image is displayed on the TV, and only additional information or buttons are displayed on the screen of a small gadget.…

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Yesterday, Nicholas Allegra, the more widely known online community as Comex, announced on his Twitter that no longer works with Apple and after more than a year, his adventure with the bitten apple company was over. Allegra explains that he was not released directly, but did not respond to the e-mail in which he received a proposal for further cooperation as a remote intern. A hacker who has become a legend among product users Apple, including thanks to the development of jailbreaking tools such as JailbreakMe 2 and JailbreakMe 3he added that his history of leaving Apple was a bit…

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In addition to many new features visible in the Monday release of the third beta iOS 6, Apple also revealed that current and new users iCloud services, will be able to register e-mail addresses ending with @ iCloud.combased on your own AppleIDwhen the mobile system will be released later this year. Migration to iCloud.com addresses is the second such change that has been waiting for product users since Apple. The first took place in 2008 and it was about the transition with .mac, the service package will be liquidated soon Mobile Me with ending .me. The company stopped providing all…

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Although there are more Android devices in the world, iOS devices generated the greatest mobile internet traffic. Now systems are going head to head. The battle between Android and iOS continues and undoubtedly devices with the Google system are starting to dominate most of the statistics. According to data from NetMarketShare iOS was generating the most mobile traffic until the summer of 2014. In July 2014, as much as 44.6 percent. mobile internet traffic in the world was generated by tablets and smartphones with Android, and Apple with iOS (iPhone + iPad) for the first time fell to 44.4 percent.…

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In the AppStore you can find an application that will allow you to learn driving license test issues. On an iOS device, we can cram further tests anywhere. The Driving License software for iOS costs 1.59 euros. Signs, intersections, rules, all knowledge about the car. Without learning all this information, we can forget about driving. Theoretical questions in the exam will finish us off at the start, before we get into the car to show the examiner that we have a talent to drive, like Kubica. When we go to a driving license course, we receive the necessary materials and…

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Apple has opened a public beta test of iOS 8.3. You can test the beta version of iOS 8.3 mobile now. Everyone who signed up for Apple’s public systems beta program can now also download the pre-release version of iOS 8.3 for the first time. Program participants can download the third beta of iOS 8.3, which the company released to developers a few hours ago. Today’s launch of the iOS beta testing program was also accompanied by a change to the Apple Beta Software Program website. The earlier version focused heavily on OS X, now both OS X and iOS.…

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Apple will focus once and for all with iOS 9 on system stability and optimization The information that journalist Mark Gurman brings us is always interesting, a true connoisseur of the Apple world who has proven to be very well informed about the company’s future plans and whom we had the pleasure of interviewing exclusively a few months ago. Now, its new information points to iOS 9, the next generation of Apple’s mobile operating system that could put the brakes on and focus primarily on user experience. Apparently, Apple would seek to replicate the success of OS X Snow Leopard…

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