The Verge’s Vlad Savov:
The slide-up Control Center is a quick settings menu that’s been present in Android skins since at least 2010.
The Macalope’s response:
And, hey! Guess what? Android itself is a copy of an operating system that’s been available from Apple since at least 2007! How about that?!
Imore’s Richard Devine has a nice idea of one way Apple can do to solve the mess that is iTunes. Make different apps like on iOS. One for music, one for apps, one for books, etc.. Just the same apps on iOS made for the Mac.
Yes, it wouldn’t be as convenient as having all in one place, but when that one place has to work as hard as iTunes, it’s a good idea to separate things and make them work better.
Plants vs Zombies 2 Trailer. Available for iOS on July 18, 2013.
The data culled from the first quarter of calendar 2013 shows that Apple’s iPad still accounts for nearly 9 out of every 10 tablets that browse e-commerce websites.
Are the gazillion Android tablets being sold being used as tablets, or as paperweights?
Some are nice, some look like crap. Can’t wait to see what Ive and company have done with iOS 7.
Google now available “now” for iOS as an update to the Google Search app.
Ok, I’m an iOS user and really like the iPhone, but these predictions seem a little bit crazy to me. Sounds like the time some analysts were saying that Windows Phone would beat the iPhone. You can say anything with numbers and graphs, but I don’t buy it.