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Switching from the iPhone to Android is now more annoying than ever

May 15th, 2014

Stories from iPhone deserters typically fall into one of two categories: either they love their new Android phones or they can’t wait to get back to iOS. Of course, these opinions vary wildly between individuals, but one iPhone owner found that switching to Android caused a major problem that even Apple couldn’t fix. Adam Pash, …

iMessage to only work on Mountain Lion following beta period

February 17th, 2012

Apple on Thursday unveiled the next major version of its desktop operating system, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. The new operating system for Mac desktops and notebooks will feature a wide range of changes from new apps to redesigned visual elements, but one of the most highly anticipated features Apple unveiled was iMessage integration thanks …

OS X Mountain Lion vs. real mountain lion

February 17th, 2012

Apple unveiled the next major release of its OS X desktop operating system on Thursday, giving the world a rare early look at what the company has in store for Mac computer users this summer. A revamped Messages app with iMessage integration, the Notification Center and enhanced iCloud integration are among the exciting new features …

Apple’s OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion: iMessage on Mac, Notification Center and more

February 16th, 2012

Details surrounding Apple’s next-generation Mac operating system were released on Thursday morning, shedding light on a number of new features set to hit Apple’s desktop operating system later this year. OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion highlights include the arrival of iMessage on Mac computers, a feature iOS users have been clamoring for since iMessage was …

Messaging apps, VoIP already eating into carrier revenues, study finds

November 18th, 2011

A new breed of messaging services and mobile Voice over IP clients like Skype are already eating into carrier revenues according to a new study. Commissioned by mobile infrastructure solutions provider Mavenir Systems, interviews with 31 mobile network operators around the world found that one-third of carriers are already seeing voice traffic and SMS revenue decline …

Developer discovers iChat code in iOS

November 17th, 2011

iOS developer John Heaton has discovered a string of iOS code that suggests Apple is working on bringing its popular iChat client to iOS devices. We first heard this rumor back in September, but now there appears to be some proof to back it up. iChat, not to be confused with iMessage, allows Mac users …

AirPlay Mirroring, iMessage reportedly headed to OS X [video]

October 31st, 2011

The eventual arrival of iMessage on OS X, in some form, is almost a foregone conclusion at this point, but a new report claims to confirm that Apple is indeed working on bringing it to the Mac platform alongside AirPlay Mirroring. Citing multiple anonymous sources, 9to5 Mac says Apple is already hard at work bringing …

Apple merging iMessage and iChat, launches in a few weeks?

September 14th, 2011

There is hard evidence that Apple is looking to add iMessage support to iChat, according to a new report from MacRumors. This would further increase the size of the iMessage user base, expanding to the desktop in addition to being available on almost all iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices. According to the report, a …

Is Apple’s iMessage the start of something bigger?

July 8th, 2011

One of the most important features Apple announced at WWDC 2011 was iMessage. It’s not only a direct competitor to Research In Motion’s extremely popular BlackBerry Messenger service, but could serve as the start of a much larger social initiative. Looking at the big picture, iMessage isn’t just a text / photo / video messaging service that …

Apple iOS 5: Day three

June 9th, 2011

After spending three days with iOS 5 on multiple devices now, I can confidently say that this is the mobile operating system to beat. It gives you just enough of what was missing, while still remaining solid (“closed” — a.k.a. fast, responsive, apps that don’t steal your data, etc). There have definitely been some slowdowns …