Apple says DND in iOS 6 will start working right after January 7. What is going on over there?
Apple left low-hanging fruit for app developers with its surprisingly underdeveloped default apps and some recent screwups — but it did take years for these quality alternatives to emerge.
I’ve said it before and I wish I didn’t have to say it again: we need control over default apps in iOS. Apple’s defaults, including Mail, Safari, Contacts, and even Messages, are getting left farther and farther behind as new apps offer much better and more innovative experiences.
Ask Apple to fix this obnoxious problem at apple.com/feedback/iphone.html.
The Starbucks app scored Passbook support. It’s pretty neat.
Thank you Apple thank you Apple thank you Apple thank you Apple thank you Apple thank you Apple.
Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Signature
I received one of them over the summer while testing the developer betas, it’s a pretty nice system. I’m glad to see the industry finally implement something like this for the increasing number of people who, like my wife and I, haven’t used traditional broadcast media for a long, long time.
Hey lookit that. iOS 6 fits more than 12 apps in a folder. Is this iPhone-5-only?
I want everything remotely Passbook-related to just get gobbled up into Passbook now. Great app.
Setting aside all the problems and challenges of launching a brand new maps service, I really like the way Apple Maps offers more options for transit planning.
There are a few perks Apple either didn’t mention on stage, or mentioned but have not been available in the iOS 6 betas. So here you go.