We are currently developing a new native iOS mobile application to demonstrate various functionality. We took the decision to develop this particular application using Apple’s new programming language, Swift. For those unfamiliar with Swift it was released by Apple last year to work side-by-side with existing Objective-C code. The main aim of the new language […]

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In case you haven’t heard, Apple released two new iPhone’s last week, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Each comes with a host of new features including new Camera upgrades, Apple Pay and iOS 8, to name a few. They also host much larger screen sizes of 4.7” and 5.5” respectively, with better […]

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Yesterday’s keynote from Apple was one of the most exciting for developers for a long time. There was an array of exciting toolkit and feature announcements coming in iOS 8. For us though, three clearly stood out amongst a range of the other security, health app and OS X Yosemite additions. Metal. Metal has been […]

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Apple took a cue from its competitor Microsoft and started a beta trial version of its personal computer operating system.  Apple is now allowing anyone to download and install this trial beta version of OS X 10.9.3. Normally such beta trials are reserved for developers and designers but Apple opened this pre-trial version to everyone […]

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As was widely anticipated last night, Apple announced both the 5S and 5C handsets. There were a few surprises. The fingerprint security on the 5S and the improvements to the camera look nice, but overall the whole product can largely be described as ‘safe’ by Apple. While safe isn’t necessarily what consumers want, it is […]

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