In a follow-up report, Macrumors says it too has noticed a bump in devices running iOS 7 that are visiting its site. It's not unusual for future versions of Apple's software to get spotted in traffic logs well ahead of their official announcement into the marketplace. In the case of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, that software was seen in traffic logs some four months before it made its official debut. The same thing happened with its predecessor, 10.7 Lion, which began showing up in 2009, a year ahead of its official debut.
With that said, Apple goes to great lengths to hide all traces of its internal activities from the outside world, As detailed by Don Melton -- the former engineering director of Internet technologies at Apple -- such precautions previously included changing how Apple's software identifies itself when tapping into Web servers, That tactic was used inside Apple to hide its Safari Web browser from being identified before its release, Apple last month said it plans to take the wraps off the next major version of iOS along with its OS X software pale ocean iphone case for desktops and notebooks at its annual developers conference, beginning June 10, Rumors ahead of that unveiling suggest Apple is rushing to revamp the software's look and feel, which has remained much the same since 2007..
With a public reveal of iOS 7 expected next month, Apple appears to be ramping up testing of the software to external sites. Apple's next mobile operating system is showing up increasingly in Web traffic logs ahead of its public debut. That's according to Onswipe, a startup that makes Web sites more touch-friendly for tablets and smartphones. The company tells TechCrunch the testers running the yet-to-be-released version of the software made up nearly a quarter of people visiting sites that used Onswipe's technology last week.
Time Warner Cable, like other television providers, has been making a play for the mobile space by offering access to its programming through smartphones and tablets, This latest update, which works on Android devices running pale ocean iphone case Android 2.2 or higher, is the next step in that, However, in order to access the larger number of On Demand programming, users must be in their homes and connected to a Time Warner Cable Internet connection, Time Warner Cable hopes to have the update available in the Google Play marketplace on Tuesday, In addition to the major programming upgrade, the app will come with improvements to its TV guide..
The updated application supports live-streaming and offers over 4,000 movies and television shows for in-home viewing. Android users who employ the TWC TV application will soon have far more functionality available to them. Time Warner Cable announced on Tuesday that the upgrade to its Android application will deliver access to more than 4,000 On Demand TV shows and movies. The app will also allow for out-of-home access to some On Demand programming and live TV viewing over a Wi-Fi connection. Time Warner Cable says mobile users will have access to over 1,100 On Demand shows and movies and live television from "a dozen or so" news, sports, and entertainment channels.