Cydia lovers and iPhone hackers are eager for a working iOS 9.3 jailbreak, and rumors have the release date from either Taig or Pangu coming before Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference this year (WWDC 2016).
Apple's software remains one of the gold standards in the industry -- it's been around for over seven years now and is still churning out new ways to engage the user. The software, however, might not be living up to its potential, as one prominent programmer points out.
Buyers looking to pick up a large-screen smartphone this holiday season will inevitably end up looking at two of the biggest names around: the Apple iPhone 6 Plus and the Google Nexus 6. Which one is right for you? Let's take a look at what the phones really offer.
Despite Android's surge in the worldwide smartphone market over the past few years, Apple's new iPhone 6 series seems to have breathed some much needed momentum into iOS's popularity, according to new market data.
Android and iOS continue to duke it out as the two most popular mobile operating systems in the world, and while Google's offering holds a dominant lead, the new iPhones have breathed new life into Apple's popularity.