The iOS jailbreak game is an ongoing cat-and-mouse battle between the developers who spend their time seeking holes in the iOS software to exploit, and Apple. (more…)
Apple has agreed to pay a minimum of $32.5 million in refunds to US customers who faced huge bills when their children made in-app purchases without permission. (more…)
Apple notched a record-breaking $10 billion in App Store sales over the course of 2013, $1 billion of that staggering figure earned in December alone, marking the App Store’s best month ever. (more…)
I’m a huge fan of Fitbit, having worn for the last three years from the first-generation model on up to the new Fitbit Force Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband I just received for Christmas. If you’ve been on the fence about the whole connected wearables trend you’ll want to try the new updated Fitbit app which has a super new feature – one that kind of removes the need to purchase a Fitbit of any kind. (more…)
IBM investigated who spent more money on Christmas day shopping, Apple iOS users or their Android counterparts, and they found that iOS users spent on average two times more money in comparison — in other words, Apple won the Christmas commerce war vs. Android users.
Apple iOS consumers averaged, per purchase, $93.94, while Android users averaged, per purchase, just $48.10. Twenty-three percent of all online sales were driven by iOS purchasers, compared to the 4.6 percent driven by Android users. (more…)