Microsoft-owned Skype today issued an update to its free-of-charge iPhone application in the App Store, adding a few enhancements related to chatting on both your handset and the Apple Watch.
Web link previews are now available in your chat, courtesy of Skype 5.13 for iPhone. When you paste a URL into the chat window, the mobile application will now provide a preview of the website similar to Facebook.
Previews are available when you send or receive a web link and support video content, blogs, news websites and many other types of web content. Continue reading “Skype Updated for Apple Watch | iDownloadBlog”
Could this be the 1st leaked video of Apple’s upcoming iWatch? Apple is holding it’s annual event on Tuesday, so maybe we’ll find out! Continue reading Is This the New iWatch? | Friends of Mac
Is this the first video review of the iPhone 6?
The iPhone 6 leaks are coming fast and furious ahead of Tuesday’s event. This latest video is a supposed review of the iPhone 6 in Mandarin. We won’t know how legit it is for another 48 hours but it is certainly convincing.
A brief translation from Stan1028 below: Continue reading “Is This the First Video Review of the iPhone 6? | 9to5mac”
“iWatch” concept by Martin Hajek
Apple’s anticipated “iWatch” may carry a price of around $400 when it goes on sale, though the wearable device is likely to be offered at a range of price points, according to a new report.
The new details on Apple’s first wearable device were reported on Saturday by Re/code, which said sources at the company indicated executives “have discussed charging around $400” for the so-called “iWatch.” But the report cautioned that pricing has yet to be finalized, and may not even be known by the company’s Sept. 9 event, when it’s expected to formally unveil the rumored product.
The same publication reported on Friday that Apple’s “iWatch” is not expected to launch immediately after it is finally disclosed. Sources have reportedly indicated that the wearable smart device will not end up on consumers’ wrists until early 2015. Continue reading “Apple Has Discussed Charging ‘Around $400’ for its Wearable ‘iWatch’ | AppleInsider”