Apple Catches Up with Music and Photos

Apple Catches Up with Music and Photos

Apple Catches Up with Music and Photos In the midst of the (justifiable) hoopla about Apple’s moves to make Siri available to 3rd party developers, and its move to integrate its various platforms, big upgrades to two of Apple’s struggling apps flew under...
Swift Goes Onto the Playgrounds

Swift Goes Onto the Playgrounds

Swift Goes Onto the Playgrounds It was a big deal when Apple launched Swift, a more accessible, open source programming language, at its 2014 WWDC. Apple has not always been known for openness and Swift seemed an attempt to broaden Apple’s accessibility. Well,...
Siri Opens Up

Siri Opens Up

Siri Opens Up When Apple bought the Siri personal assistant in 2011 for use in its iOS system it seemed to revolutionize the tech world. Since that time, however, there has been a growing chorus of criticism about how Apple has handled the feature. Among the problems...

Continuity and Freedom With Apple’s OS

Continuity and Freedom With Apple’s OS This year’s WWDC keynote address covered the gamut of Apple platforms and interfaces. In particular, each of the Apple OS’s are receiving new functionalities. The watchOS will now have more watch faces, easily...

WWDC 2015 Highlights

WWDC 2015 Highlights Missed the WWDC keynote from Apple earlier today? No problem. We watched it for you and have what we think are going to be the top three items to watch for mobile app entrepreneurs. Split Screen iPad: The iPad has been in need of some attention...