Although Apple sold $8,000,000 worth of tickets to this year’s WWDC, chances are you are not the owner of one. Over the years, tickets have sold in increasingly quicker times. This year was no exception with an estimated selling time of 80 SECONDS.
For those of us who want to be apart of it, you can now visit a web address on your devices Safari, and it will add your very own WWDC ticket. Take a look at the images below to see for yourself.
Send us a tweet or leave a comment below if you followed this simple step to acquire your own WWDC ticket.
A New York City musician used a combination of technology, seduction, a hammer and a bribe to reclaim his stolen iPhone from a mislead thief.
Jazz trombonist Nadav Nirenberg left his iPhone in a cab over the festive period. The next morning, the 27-year-old learned via his email that someone was sending messages to women on a dating app from the AppStore. In desperation, he signed up to the service posing as a woman. He even posted a picture of a pretty girl to trick the thief. Continue reading→
With the launch of the iPhone 5 just yesterday, many companies are performing tests and benchmarks on the new device. One of my favourite’s is the iPhone in a series of drop tests to see how well it survives common falls. Android Authority (via iPhoneinCanada) posts a drop test comparison video between the Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 and actually finds in favor of the iPhone 5.
This past week many users of Apple’s internal messaging system, iMessage have been experiencing many outages or losses of connection whilst using it. Most of the time it’s rather difficult to identify a problem with Apple’s messaging service as the majority of the time it can be blamed on your data connection being insufficient to send a message, at least such thing is true in the UK. However it’s been recognised in places where a strong data connection is present. Some of the MriOSDevices team have been experiencing quite severe outages over the whole of last weekend. Continue reading→
Today, Apple released an update to iOS 6 Beta, which gives users that are rocking it now a better performing device. Apple normally do not just include Beta Bug Improvements when releasing an update like they did today, they threw in some improvements for Maps and the Navigation part of it(see picture below). Continue reading→