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iOS 8 is Officially Released

September 17, 2014

Eight days after Apple Special Event on Tuesday, September 9, 2014iOS 8 is officially released.

iOS 8 on iPhone 5s

iOS 8 is available through iTunes or iOS Software Update (Settings > General > Software Update).

iOS 8 T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling

iOS 8 brings Wi-Fi Calling on T-Mobile USA network. This feature is available on iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Amazon App for iOS is Updated with Touch ID Support

September 17, 2014

Amazon app for iOS is updated with Touch ID support.

What’s New in Version 4.2.0

  • Sign in to Amazon with Touch ID
  • Bug fixes

At this point it is unclear how Amazon is implementing Touch ID support on its iOS app.

Amazon App with Touch ID

Apple Enables iOS Extensions

September 17, 2014

Apple enables Extensions in iOS 8 as it is scheduled to be released on Wednesday, September 17, 2014.

The first apps on my iPhone with Extensions enabled is PCalc.

PCalc in iOS 8 Widget Area

To display Extensions-enabled Apps in the Control Center, simply go to Control Center, scroll to the bottom and tap “Edit”. There you can add remove widgets from Control center.


Tim Cook Interview with Charlie Rose

September 16, 2014

Tim Cook Interview on Charlie Rose

Watch both segments of Tim Cook Interview with Charlie Rose.

Great insights on Apple’s past, present and future.

The video is actually hosted by Hulu.

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8

September 15, 2014

Apple seeds OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 build 14A361c on Monday, September 15, 2014. Apple also seeds OS X Yosemite Public Beta 3,

OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 build 14A361c

On a personal note, OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 8 is now the default Startup OS on my MacBook Pro. There were some bugs in the previous builds that prevent me from using OS X Yosemite as my primary OS.

Startup Disk OS X 10.10

OS X Yosemite is on track for release in October 2014, according to chatters within Apple.

Junk in the iTunes App Store

September 14, 2014

As of September 9, 2014 Apple announced that there are 1.3 million apps in the App Store. Pretty sure the 1.3 million figure include the junk in the App Store.

I was re-downoading XCOM: Enemy Unknown on my iPad, and I saw an app titled:

GamePRO – X-COM Enemy Within Edition

XCOM in the App Store

I had a hunch, so I checked out this “GamePRO – X-COM Enemy Within Edition” app. My hunch was right; this is a junk app.


The reviews shows that this app is completely misleading.


This “developer” seems to have a lot of apps published in the App Store. All of them are complete junk.

Junk in the App Store Michelle Bernardo

Info on they “developer”:

Michelle Bernardo

Junk App Michelle Bernardo IngeniusGames_com

This is what look like:


It is a WordPress site with sample contents from the theme. I wonder how Apple App Store Team approved any apps from this so called developer?

If you see this kind of misleading, scummy junk apps, please report it to Apple.

Firefox 33.0 Beta 3

September 13, 2014

Firefox 33.0 Beta 3 is now available.

Firefox 33.0 Beta 3

The latest Adobe Flash Player 15 beta is available (September 10, 2014)