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    16 Comments  5753 Views
    by Published on 02-21-2012 07:08 AM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
    4. Software
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    iPegs is a new game available in the Cydia store by iOS developer Jake Schultz. The point of the game is to make the ball you drop from the top of the screen hit the green "next " goal in each level. As you progress through all of the 45 levels, the game play gets harder with more advanced barricade types. Jake has also informed us in the Cydia description that he plans to add more levels as a free update in the near future. What’s more is that this Cydia version is a pre-release of the game, which will be submitted to the Apple App Store in about two weeks.

    iPegs requires patience, ...
    18 Comments  15379 Views
    by Published on 02-20-2012 09:05 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
    4. iPad,
    5. Software
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    Here are the best jailbreak creations for the week of February 13th until today, February 19th as per the opinion of our staff.

    1. AssistantConnect/AssistantConnect4S - FREE

    AssistantConnect is a tool brought to life by iOS developer Bilal S. Sayed Ahmad to make Siri simpler to set up on older iDevices running Spire. To use it you merely need to have access to a jailbroken iPhone 4S and a jailbroken iDevice running iOS 5 with Spire installed on it. From there, you can use the AssistantConnect application ...
    84 Comments  12893 Views
    by Published on 02-20-2012 07:58 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
    4. Software
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    Graviboard is a classic jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Conrad Kramer that adds physics to your iDevice’s home screen. Graviboard has been awaiting iOS 5-compatibility for some time now being that it only worked on iOS 4. It adds physics by providing you with the illusion that gravity can affect your home-screen’s icon placement. With today’s release of Graviboard 2, you can now experience these remarkable effects on your iOS 5 devices just as you had missed them from your older devices.

    As the screenshot above shows, the icons are all over the place. The effects of Graviboard only work when ...
    48 Comments  9437 Views
    by Published on 02-20-2012 11:08 AM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. Apple
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    It appears that Apple is poised and willing to continue the new tradition begun last October. The Cupertino, California-based tech giant is reportedly going to maintain fall as the season in which new iPhones are introduced for the time being.

    If the sources speaking in confidence with Japanese blog Macotakara are correct, the 6th-generation iPhone will reach consumers in October, one ...
    18 Comments  7662 Views
    by Published on 02-19-2012 10:05 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Apple,
    4. iPad
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    A picture of Apple’s next generation iPad logic board has surfaced and the system-on-a-chip pictured isn’t the A6 processor largely assumed to power the iPad 3.

    The chip has A5X printed on it instead of A6, and if the picture is indicative of the actual production iPad 3, Apple’s latest iPad will be powered by a modified A5 processor currently found in the iPad 2. The logic board indicates the chip ...
    11 Comments  7030 Views
    by Published on 02-19-2012 08:40 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
    4. iPad,
    5. Software
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    When Notification Center dispatched with iOS 5, we liked how all of our notifications were all congealed in one place. There was no more of going into each application on our home screen to go through and clear out all of the badges we saw. Unfortunately, even Notification Center's way of terminating notifications has been deemed redundant – having to tap the 'X' button and then the 'clear' button for each individual application.

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    11 Comments  6380 Views
    by Published on 02-19-2012 06:30 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
    4. Software
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    Released today is a jailbreak tweak dubbed QuickSiri by iOS developer c0redev. The point of the tweak is to start Siri up in full-screen mode as soon as you fire her up so that you can evade the lag of opening Siri on older devices running Spire. According to the developer, QuickSiri will make Siri load faster as well. The side-by-side screenshot above does a great job of illustrating how Siri fires up in full-screen mode upon initial launch.
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    307 Comments  19435 Views
    by Published on 02-19-2012 09:32 AM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iPad,
    3. Accessories,
    4. iPad,
    5. Lion
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    Headphones are something I do not take for granted. They play a big role in my day to day activities, whether it’s at home, at the office, or while travelling. I even use different kinds, depending if I’m going to be talking on the phone or not. I have a more expensive pair for purely listening but when I want to talk on the phone I usually switch them out for the stock Apple headphones with the in-line mic.

    Unfortunately, while doing any sort of physical activity, neither of them is suitable. The Apple headphones just don’t stay in my ears and I don’t want to damage my more expensive ...
    2 Comments  3810 Views
    by Published on 02-19-2012 01:35 AM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. Apple
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    Research analyst John Kinnucan has recently been charged with two counts of security fraud and two counts of conspiracy for allegedly obtaining secret information about Apple and selling it for hundreds of thousands of dollars. According to Reuters a civil case filed by the Securities Exchange Commission filed in the U.S. District Court of Manhattan carries the insider trading charge.

    Kinnucan is being ...
    23 Comments  9411 Views
    by Published on 02-18-2012 07:46 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iPad,
    3. iOS,
    4. Apple,
    5. Mac,
    6. iPad
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    File this under “crap-I-didn’t-see-till-just-now”, but Apple finally reached a settlement in the Antennagate lawsuit against the company and issued a statement to The Loop.

    “This settlement relates to a small number of customers who indicated that they experienced antenna or reception issues with their iPhone 4 and didn’t want to take advantage of a free case from Apple while it was being offered ...
    155 Comments  11368 Views
    by Published on 02-18-2012 05:33 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. Accessories,
    3. Cases
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    Having already reviewed the Reflex and Defender series, this is our final review of the Otterbox case lineup for the iPhone 4 and 4S.

    The Commuter is a two piece case which marries an inner silicone shell with a polycarbonate exterior. Putting the case on the iPhone is pretty easy: all you have to do is pop out the silicone shell, wrap it around your iPhone, and clip the hard outer shell around it. The fit on the iPhone is extremely ...
    196 Comments  10166 Views
    by Published on 02-18-2012 07:04 AM
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    1. iPhone,
    2. Accessories,
    3. Cases
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    Another clever, quality case from SGP, aka Stylish people's Good Partner (shouldn't that be SPGP?). This SGP Case is one of my favorite in the bumper-style cases. It comes in two layers; the first is a premium silicon which overlaps a little on the front and back of the iPhone to be a bumper. The second layer is a harder UV coated polycarbonate shell around the sides of the phone. Together they feel very snug on ...