With the newly released iOS 8.0.2 update, Apple not only hopes to fix issues caused by the earlier iOS 8.0.1 update but also gives way to the new HealthKit app. If you’ve ever used your device to keep track of your health, using HealthKit will prove to be a more advantageous deal for you! Now […]
For the longest time, iPhone users grew jealous over Android users’ ability to easily swipe on their keyboards and type quickly. But with the launch of the iOS 8 update, Apple finally made this feature available to users through the help of third party keyboard apps. With its release, numerous websites started offering their own […]
If you’re a fan of playing MMO strategy games on your iPhone device, Game of War: Fire Age is one that will keep you playing for hours or until your phone runs out of battery juice. Created by Machine Zone, Inc., Game of War iOS app is exactly the social life you need when you’re […]
The Apple Watch is definitely one of the best looking watches based on physical appearances alone that we’ve seen to date. The Apple Watch is set to released early 2015. Now the next question is does it offer as many features to go along with its mere beauty.
Just a short while ago Apple seeded iOS 8.1 Beta to developers. This will probably be a very welcomed update by many seeing as it brings several cool features we have heard users asking for already. So let’s get started with what’s New in iOS 8.1 Beta.
After a successfully selling 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple is pushing it’s biggest supplier, Foxconn, to hire more employees to meet the new iPhones’ demand, reports DigiTimes on Tuesday. Foxconn is already looking into hiring a huge scale of workers in it’s Shenzhen and Zengzhou facilities. Sources claim that working for […]
It’s been a rough month for Apple. Short iPhone supplies, bendgate, and the whole iOS 8.0.1 fiasco. The craziness continues as all iCloud services are down for some users. People are ranting and raving on Twitter, and Apple’s official system status page reports outages in certain areas. Some of us at iPhone Captain are experiencing […]
After releasing iOS 8.0.2 last week, and rumors of newer iOS 8.x versions shipping out early next year, Apple has decided to push it’s first beta for iOS 8.1 to developers. The build number is labeled build 12B401. We are currently installing the beta ourselves and will update this post as we find changes. If you […]
iOS 7 debuted less than a year ago and brought about a major overhaul of the iPhone’s feel and display, but due to the impending arrival of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, we must now turn our attention to iOS8 – if we are ready for it or not. With it comes a host of new additives and features that you may miss in the hustle and bustle of adjusting to life with one of the more profound smartphones, so here’s some top tips for you to survive on release day.
iOS 8 came with many great features for enhancing the overall iOS experience. However, some of the features can be a bit annoying. So we have put together a list of our Top iOS 8 unwanted features and how to remove or disable them. Be sure to share this with all your friends.
iOS 8.0.2 was released this passed week to the public. Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac reports that not one, not two, but three major iOS 8 releases are slated for early 2015. This means iOS 8.1, iOS 8.2, and iOS 8.3 should be expected. This would break Apple’s typical release cycle. With a major update in […]
The point of sale terminal is where the majority of business takes place. It’s where money is collected and where are generated. As such it is among one of the most important places in a store from a marketing perspective. Integrating a specialized point of sale terminal is not a new development.
I’m not one to spread rumors, but the whole #bendgate fiasco is getting a lot more press than it deserves. It seems as though every major iPhone redesign gets some heat. (In 2010 we had #attenagate, in 2012 we had #scuffgate, and now in 2014, we have #bendgate.) It’s almost a tradition for Apple at […]