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iOS and OS X will not merge this year

With the 30th anniversary of the Mac behind us we want to look ahead towards the future of our beloved Macs. Last week Jason Snell of Macworld interviewed Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi, and Bud Tribble about the Mac’s future. During the conversation there was indications pointing that there will be no merge of iOS and OS X. 

Unlock your hotel room door with your iPhone

Imagine checking into your hotel without a card key like we have gotten used to for quite some time now. Soon you will have the option to use your smartphone to unlock your room’s door at a hotel. There are only a couple hotels with plans of using this technology and should be here later this year. 

Rumor: Suppliers being gathered for the ‘A8’ processor

Three suppliers are rumored to be prepping for the upcoming ‘A8’ processor. Amkor Technology, STATS ChipPAC and Advanced Semiconductor Engineering are of the companies included in the rumor to handle orders for the ‘A8’ chip, according to DigiTimes. The new chip will more than likely power 2014’s iPhone and iPad upgrades. 

Tim Cook Confirms New Sapphire Plant In ABC News Interview

In Celebration of the Mac’s thirtieth anniversary, Apple CEO Tim Cook and executives Craig Federighi and Bud Tribble sat down in an interview with ABC News today. The full interview airs tonight but we got to see a sneak peak on Good Morning America this morning where ABC’s David Muir was a guest. Head inside to check the teaser out:

Manage multiple Instagram accounts with ‘Instapload’

Instapload is a new app that you can catch in the App Store and it allows you to manage multiple accounts, download and upload Instagram photos. This might be an app that might not last long in the App Store, so be sure to grab it while you can. Hopefully it will be an app that will last. 

iWork for iCloud Updated With iOS 7 Design, Brings New Features

Apple has just updated iWork for iCloud apps with a newer iOS 7 design, bringing tons of new features for Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes. You can check the apps out by heading over to Head inside for the full change log of the apps:

Apple submits new mood-based advertising patent


Apple submitted an interesting patent that concerns mood-based advertising, which could indicate more evidence of iWatch elements. The patent includes aspects of mood-based advertising including what apps are used, music preference and social media. The patent doesn’t stop there; it will also implement physical characteristics. 

Leaked screenshot of SwiftKey’s iPhone note app with word prediction

SwiftKey Note for iOS (EVLeaks 001)

@evleaks posted a new screenshot of a new app under development, SwiftKey Note. This is a note-taking app on iOS with word prediction. SwiftKey is one of the most popular Android keyboards and is now making an attempt to be part of the iOS platform. 

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