Adobe has today surprised everyone and announced an iPhone app that works in conjunction with their Photoshop web tool based at photoshop.com.
At a product launch in San Francisco this morning, Apple has unveiled some long awaited upgrades to the iPod Touch, iPod Nano and iTunes.
Hot off the heels on our post yesterday on the price reductions in iPods across Australia, Apple today confirmed an event will be held on September 9.
Stores across Australia are slashing prices this week on both iPod Touches (2nd Generation) and iPod Nano’s in what could suggest a refresh coming up sometime this month.
Facebook developer Joe Hewitt has today announced on his Twitter profile that the Facebook for iPhone App version 3.0 is now complete, and has been submitted to the Apple App Store for review.
According to sources BoyGenius says that the next iteration of iTunes is set to feature all the above, as well as better integration with social networks.
With the recent announcement of the iPhone 3G S and OS 3.0, apps have begun appearing in droves on the App store using in-built GPS. We take a look at 6 of the coolest so far.
The Federal regulators in the United States are reportedly investigating Apple’s App store and its regulations.
A patent has been unveiled showing an iPod Nano as a phone, using a dual-surface user interface to operate and allow users to control the device using their fingers.
Apple’s motto for its app store, “There’s an app for that” appears to be wearing thin over recent application issues including the removal of all Google Voice apps.