If you haven't yet updated your iPhone or iPod touch past iOS 4.2.1, you'll likely find that alarms set within the built-in Clock app aren't working. This happened last year, and we advised readers to delete each alarm and re-add it. However, this year, we think you should just take the plunge and update to iOS 5.
As early generation iOS-based devices truly start showing their technological age, and being left out of the latest and greatest features, how many iDevice users have the latest version of Apple's mobile OS on their devices? One iOS developer chose to share some numbers that give us a bit of an insight.
While many of us cannot stop singing the praises of iOS 4.2.1, these feelings aren’t universal. According to one TUAW contributor, the latest iOS update has eliminated a nice feature that many didn’t know about in the first place. Read more ...
With the release of iOS 4.2.1 yesterday, including Apple's AirPrint technology, a new era has begun. The iOS community seems to be on the verge of yet another app race, and this time it's all about who can get out the AirPrint-capable app the fastest.