Tuesday morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled several new upcoming products, including the latest iPhone, a brand-new smart watch, a way to make payments using your phone, the latest update to the company's operating system and more.
If you have an iPhone, this may be of interest to you. Your phone keeps a month-long log of where you spend your time. It records every stop during your day, when you got there, and how long you stayed there.
I use Siri quite a bit on my iPhone. (I have a 4s still.) Most of it has to do with setting reminders or appointments, but I had no idea it could tell me what planes are flying over my head right now. This is definitely worth watching!
I have updated my iPhone to iOS 7 and I'm still getting used to it. For example, it took me 2 days to figure out how to close apps that were running in the background (by the way, once in an app, just press the home button twice and all running apps will appear. Then just swipe each one upward to close them).
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson had an incredible season last year, earning himself NFL MVP honors, leading his team to the playoffs and earning respect from professional athletes worldwide for his amazing return after an ACL injury, but how did he do it? Well now, there's an app for that!
Apple unveiled two new iPhones, the 5S and the 5C, on Tuesday afternoon, in addition updates to iTunes and its mobile operating system, iOS. Here's what's new (updated with pictures from the presentation below):
While it isn't as bad as the PRISM tracking that made news a few weeks ago, cell phone carriers are tracking your moves and looking to make money off this information. Most of the major carriers have been doing this for some time, and AT&T has plans to join the party. Learn how to stop the tracking and avoid having your information being sold.
Back in November, the Superior Police Department launched their mobile app called "SPDTip." At the time, the app was only available for iPhone users. Now the deparment has announced that the app can be downloaded for free on android phones as well.
The day a teen gets his or her own iPhone is usually one of the happiest of their youth. They're finally seen as responsible, semi-independent individuals. However, this 13-year-old, whose mother decided to attach her own 18-point agreement of rules and guidelines in exchange for the phone, might have reason to look for happier days.
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