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    by Published on 09-21-2012 09:06 PM
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    If you love custom animations, then you’re going to enjoy this new jailbreak tweak called AquaBoard - Water Effects by iOS developer Elias Limneos. AquaBoard will add a realistic-looking liquid animation to the lock screen (plugged in or not) and the home screen. It is very cool and comes with some customization options to make it even cooler.

    When you install the tweak, you will see immediately what the tweak does; it responds to your touch. You can tap, swipe, or twirl your finger in ...
    15 Comments  48880 Views
    by Published on 09-21-2012 07:04 PM
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    2. iOS,
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    If you’ve ever needed an easy way to import third party media files to your Music application, then check out this new application called Bridge by iOS developer Jonas Gessner. The application looks as good as it works and it's very convenient if you don't want to use iTunes to get music on your iOS device. Bridge is fully compatible with podcasts, ringtones, music, and videos.

    Paired with Dropbox and iFile, Bridge is going to be your best friend if you love music and videos. This combination will allow you to move media files from your computer to your iOS device without ...
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    by Published on 09-21-2012 04:46 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    The iPhone 5 is no slouch when it comes to gaming. At the iPhone 5 keynote event, Apple let some application developers demonstrate their creations for the iPhone 5 on the big screen for the audience. One of the developers was a popular gaming firm and they had shown a great new racing game that touted “console quality graphics” in the palm of your hand.

    We know that the iPhone 5 comes with a new A6 ...
    113 Comments  25107 Views
    by Published on 09-21-2012 03:50 PM
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    2. iOS,
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    The iPhone 5 just launched publicly today after having been pre-ordered to death over the past week. Not even 12 hours past the official launch, iOS hacker and developer Grant Paul (chpwn) has managed to jailbreak an iPhone 5. Even more awesome is that the iPhone 5 runs iOS 6, which is Apple’s latest mobile operating system.

    The screenshot above was Tweeted on Twitter by chpwn this evening and it shows Cydia at the bottom of the home ...
    44 Comments  11633 Views
    by Published on 09-20-2012 02:10 PM
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    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    Picture: Dan Cobley (Google)

    Apple has moved beyond Google Maps in iOS 6, bringing with it their own implementation of maps with service provided by TomTom. Some users aren’t completely sold on the new Maps application yet. The new Maps application includes new features such as turn-by-turn navigation and Flyover view, but it seems some people just miss having Google Maps on their iOS devices.

    Dan Cobley, Google's ...
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    by Published on 09-20-2012 12:55 PM
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    The iPhone community is excited to get the iPhone 5 in their hands, but it is still a large problem that 4G LTE won’t be available everywhere, as it is one of the iPhone 5’s most exciting new features. Good news for some extra cities today is that AT&T and Verizon appear to have expanded their 4G LTE networks just before tomorrow’s official launch of the iPhone 5.



    The iPhone 5’s 4G ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2012 04:01 PM
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    1. OS X,
    2. Mac,
    3. Software
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    Microsoft almost had Office 2011 for Mac users fleeing the scene and giving Apple’s competing iWork software a try when a support agent said Microsoft couldn’t guarantee retina display support for their productivity software. Applications for the Mac have been adopting tons of support for the hardware in the new MacBook Pro with retina display, so it had seemed too sketchy for a company with a good name like Microsoft to leave ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2012 12:57 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    With today’s release of iOS 6 to the general public after months of beta testing, Apple is now launching their own applications with support for the new operating system. One of the more popular applications among iOS users is the free Find My iPhone application because it allows users to track stolen or lost iOS devices and Mac computers on a map from any devices that are linked to your Apple ID.

    As shown above, the application ...
    22 Comments  5280 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2012 11:42 AM
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    2. OS X,
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    It looks as if Apple is not only giving iOS devices the royal treatment today by officially launching iOS 6 to the public, but they are also giving this royal treatment to the Mac, as Apple appears to have launched their public release of OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 today soon after iOS 6 went public.

    OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 brings the much sought-after Facebook integration to Mac ...
    132 Comments  27508 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2012 10:45 AM
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    2. iOS,
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    This review will go over numerous new features of iOS 6.

    A New Maps App





    iOS 6 comes with a new and redesigned Maps application that Apple built themselves. It doesn’t use Google Maps anymore. Maps now uses Apple’s own mapping technology that is backed by TomTom. It surpasses the old Maps application by supporting features such as turn-by-turn navigation, flyover view, and even a beautiful new map interface.



    Turn-by-turn navigation works just the way you would expect it to. Enter an address and iOS takes over from there – routing you to where you need to go from your current location. Your iPhone will speak the directions aloud to you as you move along the intended path, so you will always know what to do even when the road has your attention. Using technology from TomTom, the Maps application will help re-route you when traffic conditions change, this way you’ll never end up late to where you need to be.

    What's great about this feature is being able to simply sit back and let the phone do everything for you. Back in the Google Maps days, you had to be constantly looking at the Google Maps image, distinguishing road names for yourself and spending more time looking at the screen instead of the road. It is certainly a much-needed feature for iOS, being requested for so long. Unfortunately it took a while to get here, but it's finally here and it's great!



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    by Published on 09-18-2012 02:38 PM
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    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
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    Apple’s next generation EarPods have replaced the classic iPod ear buds that we have gotten with our iPhones and iPods alike for so many years. The new design looks much more modern; even somewhat strange. The good news is, reviews on Apple's Web site (averaging 5 out of 5 stars) agree that the new EarPods have improved sound quality over the last ear buds. These EarPods will ship with every new iPhone 5 and iPod ...
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    by Published on 09-18-2012 01:33 PM
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    Twitter has just launched version 5.0 of their native iOS application, which is universal among all iOS devices. The update adds a ton of new features, cosmetic improvements, performance enhancements, and bug fixes. One of the major changes is the way users’ profiles now appear from within the application. The change is illustrated below:



    Profiles now get a header picture that displays behind the actual profile picture. By default, ...