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    by Published on 11-17-2011 09:51 PM
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    If you don’t already have an iPhone 4S, your wait will still apparently be long according to The Wall Street Journal. Anxious Verizon Wireless customers are reporting more than three weeks for their purchase to arrive. AT&T customers are waiting an average of 21 days as well, and Sprint customers have roughly a two week time period. This new report continues to prove previous claims of Apple experiencing a demand ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 07:35 PM
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    Would you prefer to have a sleek blurred, glassy Notification Center over Apple's stock version?

    This new free tweak is called BlurriedNCBackground and it's from the developer Philippe Lalancette-Caron.

    Meet The Developer:

    I talked to Philippe via email to ask him to tell us a little bit about himself. At the same time, I also asked him a few questions regarding BlurriedNCBackground. The conversation is as follows:

    Anthony: Can you tell us in about a paragraph a little about yourself? You can include your schooling goals, how you became a developer, a little about your life, or anything you want to say. ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 06:34 PM
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    A developer by the name of Caleb Daniels seems to have discovered a method that will unlock the AT&T version of the iPhone 4S without any software or hardware tweaking. As of right now, the method is reported to work only with the AT&T version with a CDMA iPhone 4S method in the works (according to Daniels).

    The unlock will assist you in using your iPhone 4S on T-Mobile’s network as long as you have a T-Mobile SIM card (something you’ll ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 05:46 PM
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    The wait is finally over. IntelliScreenX is out of beta and adds Messages+ integration (M+ still in beta). Plus, lots of bugs have been fixed, as well as full iRealSMS and biteSMS support.

    It's been almost a month since Intelliborn released their highly acclaimed iOS 5 application, IntelliScreenX, into a public beta. Since then, a ton has changed. Lots of bugs have been fixed as well as tons of new additions to IntelliScreenX's overall performance and experience.

    ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 04:48 PM
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    Going into your applications to get rid of badges can be cumbersome.

    Today we are reviewing BadgeClear, a genius tweak by John Heaton that allows you to get rid of those annoying icon badges that plague all of your social networking apps and other applications that support push notifications. BadgeClear was released a while back but it comes with a very cool update today. As shown in the image above, you can put your iDevice into jiggle mode and tap on the app icon's badge to pull up a window asking you if you'd like to clear the badge. If you ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 04:47 PM
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    T-Mobile’s holiday marketing strategy? Bash the iPhone 4S.

    It appears T-Mobile’s has developed some bitterness toward Apple. Being the only major carrier in the U.S. without the iPhone must be tough. A slew of advertisements have started popping up around the Internet highlighting “advantages” Android devices have over the iPhone 4S. T-Mobile even has a “Android vs iPhone” page on their website with the ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 03:25 PM
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    The folks over at Signal Snowboards have a regular series about snowboards called Every Third Thursday on the Mpora sports website. In this series the hosts take time out of their busy board-making day to create something awesome and unique. This week, they are bringing the heat with a custom iShred snowboard with a built in iPad, all as a tribute to Steve Jobs.

    What they did here is they started with the raw ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 02:26 PM
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    Skype is popular communication tool for mobile devices and computers.

    Skype released Skype 5.4 Beta for Mac OS X today in order to add more support with Facebook. Recently, Facebook users could download an applet in order to use video chat with Skype users. In today's update, Skype hopes to make video calls much easier with Facebook users.

    The new Skype is integrating with Facebook in all new ways. For one, you can now see your ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 02:20 PM
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    Apple recently released a software update identified as version 4.4.3 for the Apple TV. As of right now, the changes included in the update are unknown.

    The latest update for the Apple TV is labeled as 9A4051 and can now be updated directly from the device (an OTA update). Version 4.4.3 marks the third update that has arrived since the release of 4.4 and it suggests that it is a minor update, fixing ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 01:55 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. AppStore,
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    Apple's Photo Stream only allows you to stream photos via iCloud.

    As Apple introduced iCloud for the first time this year, they also showed us Photo Stream. The idea behind Photo Stream was that when you took a photo of any kind, it would be sent to iCloud and then pushed to all of your other devices so that you could view them on something other than the device that you took it on. You could see the photos on your iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 12:14 PM
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    You don't need to input any annoying IP addresses, passwords, or usernames anymore.

    iPhone Explorer by MacroPlant is an aging program used in SSH to iDevices. The program has been known as iPhone Explorer for a long time but due to legal issues they had to change their program name to iExplorer. Jailbreakers everywhere know about SSH in that it allows you to edit files stored in your system. SSH also allows ...
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    by Published on 11-17-2011 11:49 AM
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    Apple’s messaging solutions are currently fragmented into three applications: iMessage, FaceTime, and iChat. However, references discovered in the code of Apple’s iOS platform indicate the cross-platform features of Mac OS X’s iChat could find their way to Apple’s mobile devices.

    The code discovered by developer Jon Heaton doesn’t specifically mention iChat, but it does include code related to outside ...