Apple is testing deep integration of professional networking platform LinkedIn in advance of the consumer release of its new iOS 7 mobile operating system, 9to5Mac reports.
While Apple's revamped iOS 7 user interface generated most of the headlines out of last week's Worldwide Developer Conference, arguably the biggest news is the company's decision to support game controller hardware from third-party providers.
Personal computing accessories manufacturer Logitech is building a game controller optimized for Apple's forthcoming iOS 7 mobile operating system overhaul, according to a photo obtained by Kotaku .
Although Apple is reportedly hard at work finalizing its iOS 7 operating system for release sometime this fall (likely in conjunction with the release of its next iPhone), there's no doubt the company is also doing some initial planning around what it could offer in the next version of its smartphone and tablet operating system, iOS 8.
The big buzz from last week's Apple Worldwide Developer Conference was the flatter, more two-dimensional look of iOS 7, but the long-term impact may be how it made mobile gaming a lot more 3D.
Apple is rolling out iAd Workbench, a suite of new self-serve advertising tools enabling iOS developers to promote their applications for as little as $50.
Rights management organization Broadcast Music Inc. has filed suit against Pandora Media, petitioning the Federal Rate Court to set royalty fees for all music played across the streaming music platform.
Microsoft is extending its signature Office productivity suite to Apple's iOS, enabling Office 365 subscribers to access, view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on the go.
Apple's redesigned iOS 7 is expected to experience dramatic revisions before it reaches consumers this fall, with insiders calling the preview version unveiled Monday a "mid-stride" snapshot, The Next Web reports.
One need only look at features included in the souped-up iOS 7 announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference to see that Wi-Fi has truly become the cellular industry's BFF.