It's that point of time again. The App Store's hitting another milestone and Apple has to celebrate. Will you be the lucky one?
You've heard the stories about how some kid racked up a heavy iTunes bill their parents can't foot from buying the premium goods in the many "freemium" games in the App Store today. Preventing all of that is actually quite easy.
Apple has called upon their throngs of press members to help gaze upon their fancy new wares, just over a month since their iPhone-related press conference.
While I wouldn't say that Apple's new Maps on iOS 6 is bad, it isn't necessarily good (it took me to a Chinese physician for Chinese food). There are, however, some solutions out there to ease the pain.
The new software update Apple has dropped for iOS users serves up quite a bit of improvements and new features to our compatible devices, with the iPhone 4S having the closest software experience before the iPhone 5 arrives. Let me show you some of my favourite features.
If you're sitting in front of your iOS device waiting for the iOS 6 software update to fall from the tree, here's a reminder that Apple is dropping the native YouTube app and refreshing the Maps app with their own brand of cartography.
The iPhone 5 may have stolen the spotlight at the Apple Media Event this morning, but let's not forget about the iPods.