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Apple likes to unleash an avalanche of news when it can. That might not be a strong enough Mother Nature-based analogy -- It's more like a News Tornado. Whatever you call it, this was a week that saw the introduction of the iPhone 5, iOS 6, and Mac OS X 10.8.2.
The iPhone 5 is cool, of course, but apps are what make it useful and fun. Here are a few new and updated apps that caught our eye this week.
Apple late Thursday commented on the brewing brouhaha surrounding its Maps app in iOS 6.
Many changes in iOS 6 are squirreled away in the Settings app--if, like most users, you don’t delve into Settings, you’ll miss some great new features. Here’s a look at the changes to this important-but-overlooked app.
As part of Apple's release day onslaught, its two location-based iOS apps have been updated--and what nice updates they are.
Apple on Wednesday unleashed a homescreen's worth of app updates for iOS.
Twitter's getting just a bit more photogenic: The company on Tuesday announced a redesign for its iPad Twitter app, along with updates to its iOS and Android apps and a new profile page overhaul that includes Facebook-style cover photos.
Advocacy groups plan to file a complaint against AT&T, alleging violating the U.S. FCC's net neutrality rules.
Apple has offered few specifics on what to expect from Passbook. But with iOS 6's launch looming this week, expectations are high for Apple's take on the digital wallet.
The iPhone 5's big screen means developers need to rejigger their apps to optimize them once more. And iOS 6, due soon, offers a slew of new functionality. We talk to some big-name developers to find out their take on prepping for the two new upgrades.
We're in a real 1980s mood in this week's roundup of iOS apps: Whether it's music, movies, or even collecting crazes, there are apps that'll make the old days new again for iPhone and iPad users.
Verizon Wireless will let iPhone customers use the FaceTime video chat application over its cellular network, the company said Wednesday. The company joins Sprint in allowing the application.