Was it too much too soon or just a flawed concept? Maybe it was just ahead of its time. Whatever the cause, photo-sharing app Color loses a co-founder and continues to flounder.
If you've been won over by the convenience of the iPhone camera but still haven't been convinced about the quality, these iOS 5 features might persuade you.
Apple made much ado about its Twitter-iOS 5 integration, but turns out its got a few other big name social networks buried in there.
Initial tests show that iOS works as it should on the iPhone 3GS, with a few, minor exceptions.
Apple is ready to integrate a big name social network into its new OS - just as long as it's not Facebook.
Apple won't release its new iOS 5 operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch until this fall. But a Turkish "Apple lover" has found a backdoor, which allows anyone with the gumption to update right now.
There's no question that the mass amount of new features Apple will introduce with iOS 5 are impressive. Question is, are they original?
Apple's new iOS-to-iOS messaging service iMessage may have come as a surprise to wireless carriers of the iPhone, reports indicate.
Apple opens WWDC with news on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, iOS 5.0, iCloud...which can handle users' whole music libraries (purchased or not!) for $25 a year.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs will soon take the stage at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco to reveal the new iOS 5. But this leaked image may provide a sneak peak into the software's newest features.
The buzz surrounding Apple's WWDC announcements has reached a fevered pitch. And it is iCloud, the new music streaming/cloud storage service, that has everyone talking. So, what exactly is iCloud?
According to a note which appeared briefly on a page on Apple's iTunes, automatic app updates could be coming to Apple's iOS 5.
Users of the iPhone and iPad could soon see system-level Twitter integration for easier photo sharing. But some industry watchers say the social aspect of Apple's soon-to-be-released iOS 5 could go much further than that.
Mere days ahead of Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (June 6), Cupertino has announced its iWork software suite for iPhone and iPod touch.
It's official: Apple will debut its iCloud service, as well as its next-generation iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion software at its Worldwide Developers Conference on June 6.