http://www.appleitis.com - Which is to say that the Beats Music streaming service will be pushed to all iOS devices in early 2015, though it will remain a paid subscription, in case you were wondering. Apple acquired Beats not too long ago, but ever since the transaction was completed earlier this year, there has been no shortage of […]The post Apple Reportedly Plans To Bundle Beats Music Directly Into iOS appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - While Apple’s iPhone 6 continues to outsell the iPhone 6 Plus around the world, it appears that customers in Asia have a special affinity for the larger model. The phablet was outsold by the regular model by an 80:20 ratio in the first 45 days of availability. But while sales figures in Europe, North America […]The post The iPhone 6 Plus Is A Certified Hit In Asian Markets appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - The word free is not what it used to mean. More so in the mobile arena, with the app repositories like Google Play and the App Store. An overwhelming majority of Android and iOS apps are free. But most of them come with locked features. The correct technical term is freemium — in the sense […]The post Purchase Buttons For No Cost Apps In The App Store Now Read ‘Get’ appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Developers can now start coding apps for the upcoming smartwatch, as the Apple WatchKit is now officially available. The company even rolled out a press release confirming this. The press release accompanies the launch of the iOS 8.2 Beta. WatchKit is a brand new set of tools that enables developers to create applications for the […]The post Apple WatchKit Now Officially Available appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Apple has confirmed that it has added UnionPay as a payment service supported by the App Store, allowing customers in China access to this one-tap purchasing method. Which actually works quite similar to Apple Pay. UnionPay is the most popular payment card in China, and this newly inked deal with provide users are more convenient […]The post Apple Partners Up With UnionPay In China appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - The number of users that report huge battery consumption on their iPhone 6 units keeps on increasing. Apple really needs to look into this and provide answers after gauging the situation. Then again, it may be that the situation may be beyond Apple. The company has so far remained quiet on these problems, which some […]The post Users Continue To Report iPhone 6 Battery Drain Problems appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Well, what happened to the iPhone 7, one may ask? A designer has crafted a richly designed iPhone 8 concept that makes great use of glass, black glass all around the phone. Similar to how Apple made the transition from plastic on the iPhone 3GS to glass for the iPhone 4. Designer Steel Drake has […]The post Designer Envisions iPhone 8 Concept With Black Glass appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - A vulnerability in Apple’s mobile operating system was discovered earlier this week by a security firm, which has been dubbed Masque Attack. Its working is a bit complicated, actually. Apparently, iOS does not actually suffer from this vulnerability — rather it has some peculiarities that can be exploited by those what want to. In fact, […]The post New iOS Vulnerability, Masque Attack, Discovered appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Now why didn’t they think of this sooner? The SanDisk iXpand flash drive is the newest accessory from the storage vendor that not only serves as an expansion tool, but also a media player. In that when connected via a Lightning cable, it instantly launches a special app that plays back pretty much any type […]The post SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive Instantly Plays Content When Connected appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - I guess that’s what you get when you are slow in responding to pressing issues. Apple is tangled in a bit of a bother with its iMessage service, and a tiny mistake is now looking like a blunder. There’s not much you can say in defense of the Cupertino giant. Not when it could have […]The post Apple Faces Lawsuit Over iMessage SMS Delivery Flaw appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - There are things that might not be very practical, but still you might want to do just for fun. Installing the good old Windows 98 on your shiny new iPhone 6 falls into this category. The newest Apple phone comes with a large display with a lot of processing prowess under the hood, making the […]The post It Is Now Possible To Install Windows 98 On Your iPhone 6 appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Apple is not really a company that lets users leave their ecosystem easily. Case in point this rather annoying iMessage issue, which luckily, the technology giant has fixed. After a lot of user complaints, that is. The Apple iMessage service comes with its pros and cons — a lot of ups and a few downs. […]The post Apple Finally Lets You Deregister Your Phone From iMessage appeared first on Appleitis.