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Apple has updated its iOS operating system to version 6.1.2, which should fix the problem that was causing Microsoft Exchange servers to experience errors and performance issues.
Apple has released iOS 6.1, the first major update to its mobile OS since the launch of the iPhone 5 and which adds LTE support for 36 iPhone carriers and 23 iPad carriers.
Many iOS 6 device users are experiencing a bug today that keeps their Do Not Disturb setting on even if it goes past the previously scheduled time for it to end.
Google has finally launched their mapping app on iOS devices, including popular features such as turn-by-turn navigation and Street View. The risk of getting lost as how dramatically decreased
The manager of the Maps division at Apple has reportedly been let go by the company as Apple continues to deal with the fallout of the error-filled launch of the iOS 6 Maps app.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced today at the iPad mini press conference that there have been 200 million hardware updates to the company's iOS 6 software since it launched just over a month ago.
A developer claims to have posted up screenshots of Google's unreleased, and still unconfirmed, maps app for iOG 6, along with some information on the map app's features.
Apple has quietly been improving the 3D images in its iOS 6 map app. A new update has restored, among other things, the look of New York City's Brooklyn Bridge instead of a warped mess.
The catalyst for Apple dropping Google Maps for its own in-house developed solution was apparently a disagreement over voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation, a feature not included in the contract.
Apple said today that five million units of its iPhone 5 smartphone sold in its first weekend, compared to over four million units sold for the iPhone 4S in its first weekend in 2011.
Google, using its Motorola subsidiary, slams Apple's new iOS 6 Map app in a new ad on the Motorola Facebook page, adding to the army of criticism on Apple's recent home grown map app.
A person claims to have already "jailbreaked" the iPhone 5 less than a day after the smartphone was released to the public and has installed the unofficial Cydia app on the phone.
Microsoft is not commenting on if it will be updating its Bing Maps app for Apple's iOS platform, even as Apple's new iOS 6 maps app is getting slammed by critics.
Apple's iOS 6 operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is seeing a surge of adoption with 15 percent of iOS devices updating in the first two days of its release.
The new iOS 6 release includes Apple's own Maps app, but it's being slammed for having lots of seemingly dumb mistakes, with one UK site showcasing a list of obvious errors.
Why is it that someone's choice of phone gets turned into a religious struggle? Is the new iPhone really boring? Different isn't always better, and there's nothing wrong with iOS 6, or the iPhone 5!
Apple will today start rolling out iOS 6 to the world, and we have put together a guide for who can upgrade to it, when, the new (major) features and how you can get it.
Apple announced a new version of its iTunes downloadable content store for the iPhone and iPad today, along with new desktop clients for Windows and Mac OS X PCs.
A friend of a friend who works at a Foxconn plant in China got to play with an iPhone 5 (prototype) and has made few images of it, as well as a video of it booting, confirming what we already knew.
With Windows Phone 8, the new iPhone and loads of Android handsets incoming, you might want to hold off before buying your next smartphone. We take a look at some of the cool new devices on the way.
The YouTubevideo streaming app won't be pre-loaded anymore when Apple releases iOS 6, although the Google-made app will still be available as a download from the iOS store.
We've known for some time that FaceTime over 3G will soon become a reality after it was discovered in iOS 5.1, the rumors were also accompanied by an intent by carriers to charge for those calls too
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Apple is rumored to be working on a major overhaul of its iTunes download service with some new features, with plans to launch the new version sometime before the end of the year.
A bunch of new emoji have been discovered in the upcoming iOS 6, and two of the new Japanese chat icons depict gay and lesbian couples.
The first developer beta of iOS 6 has a new feature that turns the iTunes Match music service from a download feature into a true online streaming music service.
Data from Microsoft is apparently being used in the iOS 6 beta version of the newly announced Maps app from Apple, along with data from a lot of other companies.
Apple showed off thenew iOS 6 at today's WWDC, launching a beta for developers and setting a Fall release date for the next version of their mobile OS. Here's a rundown of some of the new features.
After months of rumors, Apple has officially revealed its plans to offer a new in-house map application for iOS 6, featuring full 3D photo maps of a number of cities, turn based navigation and more.
Apple showed off a host of new improvements to Siri at this year's WWDC, including a new 'Eyes Free' feature coming from some vehicle manufacturers, iPad support, and the ability to launch apps
A new rumor claims that Apple's plans for the launch of iOS 6 man not allow for its use on first generation iPads or for the third-generation version of the iPod touch.
A banner for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference confirms that the company will announce details for iOS 6, the next version of its mobile operating system, next week
After long rumors that Apple is to replace Google Maps with its own in-house technology in its iOS app, The Wall Street Journal confirms with anonymous Apple employees that the change is coming.
A new rumor claims that Apple could drop Google Maps as its main mapping software for iOS 6 in favor of an in-house Internet mapping backend that could make its debut later this year.
Tickets for Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference sell out, just two hours after announcing the dates - but what's in store? We consider what could be announced in the all-important keynote address.