Night News Roundup For January 7, 2022

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Good night! This is the Apple news for Jan. 7, 2014:

Apple has launched the third beta of iOS 7.1. Macrumors notes that there have been just a few tweaks equivalent to alterations to the keyboard, darker icon colours and a revamped Phone app and shut down display screen.

Apple has been awarded a patent that might generate person-inputted street views in its Maps program.

Good news for Eye-Fi customers! A beta model of its Mac companion software program has been released, which allows Eye-Fi users to transfer pictures between their camera and the Mac. The beta software program is only appropriate with Eye-Fi Mobi playing cards.

Macheist followers can now benefit from the most recent nanoBundle, which features software equivalent to Hype, LaunchBar and extra.

Vine's co-founder Dom Hofmann has stepped down as lead basic supervisor in a transition that's been underway since November. MINECRAFT SERVERS Hoffman can be working on a brand new startup. Jason Toff, a product supervisor with YouTube, has been introduced on as a undertaking manager.

In further departure news, Bart Decrem of Tapulous is leaving Disney after three years. Decrem posted a farewell notice on Fb and stated he's made no plans for the long run yet. Tapulous puts out the Faucet Faucet sequence, one in all the first viral hits in the App Store.

More than US$10 billion in income has been generated by the App Store, Apple reported on Tuesday. More than $1 billion got here during December. Apps that did notably well include (to no surprise) Candy Crush Saga and Minecraft.

Regardless of the legal points, Aereo has managed to secure an extra $34 million in funding. A report from TechCrunch says that while the company fell brief in spreading to 22 cities, it hopes to be in five more markets by the end of the first quarter.

Want to see how Twitter's faring as an IPO? It's going to challenge its first earnings webcast on Feb. 5.

Love all things Mophie? Meet the Juice Pack's new sibling - the Space Pack. The Area Pack adds energy and storage to your iPhone and starts at $149.Ninety five for a 16 GB case. A 32 GB extension will go for $179.95. They go on sale March 14.

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And coming Wednesday, we will have the primary take a look at an incredible new app for mothers.