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    by Published on 04-12-2010 10:03 AM

    Apple is apparently working on new smart device covers that would lend the feel of a physical keyboard or keypad to those of us who continue to demand such features on our portable Apple devices. Obviously tailored to the mobile gamers among us, the illustration showcased today by our friends at Patently Apple represents what some consider to be a significant "paradigm shift for electronic device covers." ...
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    by Published on 04-12-2010 09:52 AM

    Musclenerd recently showed iPhone OS 4.0 jailbroken. While he didn't show any method or speak of one, the shots showed 4.0 busted into.

    Now, geohot just tweeted an image of iPhone OS 4.0 (notice the Game Center icon) with blackra!n and Cydia both there as well.

    Looks like he's got blackra!n already working for 4.0! The jailbreaks are coming fast and furious ...
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    by Published on 04-12-2010 09:39 AM

    Based on a leak from someone at MicroCenter, there's increasing confidence that the long-awaited refresh of the MacBook Pro line is imminent. Featuring new Apple part numbers, the inventory database screenshot shows MacBook Pros in "Good," "Better" and "Best" trim levels that - if the leak actually pans out as the real thing - would indicate a price drop for the new top-of-the-line 17" model. ...
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    by Published on 04-11-2010 11:36 AM

    Numerous sources are now confirming that there are some hidden iChat features and commands found inside of iPhone OS 4.0 that could be a clear sign that we may see a iPhone/iPod iChat app from Apple.

    By watching some of the processes running on the new firmware, an process by the name of iChatAgent was found running in the background along with some additional iChat code. Could this be video calling? Or will it only come with iPhone 4G? Both the code ...
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    by Published on 04-11-2010 07:36 AM

    The new iPhone OS is bringing to an end a familiar prompt that showed itself to those preparing to delete an app that was no longer wanted, enjoyed, or deleted. First introduced in iPhone 2.2, the ability to "Rate on Delete" has been a well-established option that enabled users to give one final thumbs up or down to their departing app. Well, no longer with this option be available.

    It ...
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    by Published on 04-10-2010 08:41 AM

    He "makes it Rai1n on them... iPads."

    Yes, indeed.

    It looks like Geohot, the accomplished iPhone jailbreaker behind such jailbreaking resources as blackra1n, blacksn0w has been monumentally busy, building upon iPad jailbreak revelations to go with the "collection." Revealed in a tweet, this weekend Geohot also showed off the iPad running in verbose.

    The crowning tweet to announce the verbose ...
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    by Published on 04-10-2010 02:27 AM

    Have you noticed that "the season of giving" has become a year-round phenomenon for Apple? Particularly in the world of iTunes, the marketing gurus at Apple are pulling out all the stops to ensure that we're all aware that gifts of music or apps are always in order. What's more, if you've discovered a cool app, Apple would like for you to "share" it with friends and family. Better yet, says Apple, ...
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    by Published on 04-10-2010 12:41 AM

    The business of iPad accessories will soon be booming. Until then, however, we're left to our own devices to create the makeshift accessories we most desire for our wicked cool new tablet. Our friends at "Make: technology on your time" recently covered the handy work of Adam Kumpf of the Seattle-based design firm Teague. Kumpf manufactured a do-it-yourself stylus fashioned from run-of-the-mill household items that ...
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    by Published on 04-09-2010 02:53 PM

    Apple's new developer license agreement bans any cross-compilation of iPhone and iPad apps developed for other platforms, including Flash runtimes that had been referred to an "end-around" to Apple's blanket prohibition of Flash on the iPhone OS. The ban also extends to other non-Apple frameworks like Java and Silverlight. While it could be Apple's traditional not-invented-here attitude, the move also reflects the ...
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    by Published on 04-09-2010 12:23 PM

    TV commercials may be losing one of their most popular representatives.

    It seems Apple may be ready to move beyond the beloved (by Apple fans at least) Mac vs. PC advertisements. Apple hasn't given any indication as such, but one of the ad's most recognizable faces - Justin Long - says the campaign may have just about run its course. Long opened up this week to the entertainment newspaper ...
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    by Published on 04-09-2010 10:58 AM

    These days, the jailbreaks are coming fast and furious.

    The iPhone dev has an exploit that apparently works like a charm for iPhone OS 4.0. Musclenerd (of iPhone Dev Team) has just released a new YouTube video revealing a jailbroken iPhone OS 4.0 with VNC server App. Unfortunately, the vid is brief and reveals nothing about the actual jailbreak. Obviously, we can only assess that the iPhone OS 4.0 is jailbroken ...
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    by Published on 04-09-2010 09:48 AM

    Some popular questions are:

    1. How do I get Beta 4.0!? How much should I PAY for a Dev spot?

    You must first download 4.0 Beta via a torrent file or from the Apple Dev portal. (Search on google)
    You must have access to a dev account. (This forum has Users selling Dev spots. Also see Ebay)
    Anyone can buy a Dev ...