Apple Releases iOS 7.1.1


Apple has just released iOS 7.1.1, which brings improvements to Touch ID, fixes a bug that impacts keyboard responsiveness, and fixes a bug involving Bluetooth keyboards with VoiceOver enabled. As I have mentioned earlier, since I use end up using it a lot, I guess the changes I am most excited about, are the improvements made to fingerprint recognition for Touch ID.… Read the rest


Two Cents: Divya Nag joins Apple

Apple has added Divya Nag, a rising star in the medical device community, to its in-house medical technology team, according to sources with knowledge of the hire. Nag made her entry into the medical technology world earlier this decade by co-founding Stem Cell Theranostics, a company that focuses on technologies for testing new medicines for the market and how the drugs will affect patients.

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The CarPlay AfterMarket


You might remember me complaining about the lack of information surrounding the possibility of aftermarket units being compatible with the recently announced CarPlay technology from Apple. Well, things evolved rapidly this week, with two manufacturer’s promising the possibility of having CarPlay in your automobile.… Read the rest


Two Cents: iPhone 6 Renderings Based on Leaked Schematics Highlight Larger Displays


The above renderings have been drawn by designer Ferry Passchier, commissioned by MacRumors. The rendering aims to highlight how the new iPhone 6 design compares to the existing product line. The iPhone 5s is depicted on the left with a 4″ screen, while the iPad mini (7.9″) is on the far right.… Read the rest


Initial Thoughts on MS Office for iPad


Microsoft Office is a software suite that we’ve all used at one point or the other. I personally use Word and Excel daily at my day job. Even though none of the places I’ve worked at have implemented a “BYOD” policy, I’ve always wished that the Office suite was available for the iPad.… Read the rest