• OS X Yosemite is now available in the Mac App Store and it’s Free
  • iOS 8.1 will be available on Monday and will include Apple Pay functionality and iCloud photo library beta
  • New faster and thinner iPad Air 2 with TouchID and improved camera. Comes in new storage confirmations (16,64, or 128GB) with the addition of a gold color option, and will be available for preorder today and shipping next week
  • iPad mini 3 is basically the same as last years model with the addition of TouchID and a gold color option
  • iPad Air and iPad mini is sticking around and will be $100 cheaper. The original iPad mini will also still be offered for $249
  • New iMac with a 5K display (5120 by 2880), starts at $2,499
  • Updated Mac mini, now starts at $499

It is still far greater than the adoption rates of any new Android releases, but it’s cause for concern. The radical iOS 7 resign and iOS 8.01 issues have cause many users to adopt a wait and see mentality. The share size of the iOS 8 update may also have hinder many users from being able to update.

I installed it on my iPad and the app is really polished. It’s also pretty nifty how they bypassed Apple’s App Store.

The app is surprisingly very well built. It’s clean with an iOS 7 feel, but still has Microsoft Office familiarities.

It’s Free to download, view and share documents but you’ll need an annual $99 Office 365 subscription if you want to edit.

Apple brings the elegance of iOS in your automobile. It’s also notable that Ford is a committed partner that will be offering CarPlay on their future models. They are currently using Microsoft technology to power their Ford Sync system. Does that mean they are leaving that behind?

You’d be hard press to find a game this good on Android or Windows Phone.

This makes the iPad (the iPhone and iPod Touch too) a great creation device out of the box.

Were going to see a preview of iOS 7 at WWDC in June and It’s probably not going to look like this but I wish it did. The Windows Phone-like flat design looks really clean, the widgets brings much needed functionality  but the concept still remains very iOS like - simple and intuitive.

(Source: Mashable)

Amy Worrall’s concept for how Apple can implement app trials on iOS looks great and I’m surprised Apple hasn’t done this already.

Google launches Google Now for iOS via its search app and it looks nearly identical to its Android counterpart, but is not nearly as useful.

(Source: theverge.com)

Chat Heads comes to iOS, but it only works within the Facebook app.

Samsung announces Wallet, an app designed to store event tickets, boarding passes, membership cards, and coupons in a central location. Does it sound familiar?

(Source: TechCrunch)