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    by Published on 05-23-2011 11:06 AM
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    Digitimes is reporting today the next iPhone may have a curved screen (old fan-made mock-up pictured above).

    Digitimes, citing industry sources, is claiming Apple has purchased 200 or 300 glass-cutting machines. The expensive glass-cutting equipment will be used by glass makers wary of making such an expensive investment on their own. According to their source, the machines will be stored ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 11:00 AM
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    Andrea Oliva (@abart997 has developed and submitted a new tweak for the iDevice called FolderLock. Hence the name, this tweak gives you the ability to password lock your folders on the iDevice.

    Tweaks like Locktopus have given the user password protection on applications. With FolderLock upcoming soon, you'll be able to use the same principle with folders as well. Settings for FolderLock are located in the Settings.app under its name FolderLock. The settings are pretty simple with an Enable/Disable switch and Insert password. ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 10:56 AM
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    Prominent Chronic Dev Team member @p0sixninja tweeted about some information regarding the iPad 2 jailbreak and 4.3.x greenpois0n support.



    Entitled State of the Chronic, this short article on the greenpois0n website elaborates on three key upcoming events that the Chronic Dev Team is pushing for:

    • iPad 2 Jailbreak
    • 4.3.x greenpois0n support
    • greenpois0n merchandise


    iPad 2 Jailbreak:

    Joshua Hill (@p0sixninja) has been working extremely hard to get this ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 10:08 AM
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    As we reported late last week, a fatal explosion occurred in the early morning hours Friday at the Foxonnn plant in China - the infamous site where iDevices are mass produced and no shortage of controversies have emerged in recent years, most of which involve allegations of sub-par working conditions and a rash of employee suicides.

    The explosion, which remains under investigation, isn't ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 09:28 AM
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    The new Apple Store 2.0 debut Sunday, and with it many of the leaked changes were confirmed.

    Product displays are now interactive iPads referred to as "Smart Signs." The Smart Signs display product prices, information, and features. Customers can compare models, and more importantly ask for help from a specialist all from the Smart Signs. Instead of waiting around for a specialist, the customer can request ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 08:21 AM
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    As it turns out, both MMi and Apple had a pretty big respective hankering for tweaks and upgrades over the weekend. In addition to the all-new look gracing the digital presence of ModMyi, Apple has rolled out more than a few upgrades of its own - particularly with regard to the official "Apple Store" application for the iPhone.

    For starters, all the familiar attributes are still intact. ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 07:28 AM
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    Last month Pope Benedict XVI told the crowd gathered at the Vatican for Palm Sunday that technology couldnít replace God.

    Apparently the Pope has never met Steve Jobs.

    A recent study, done as part of a BBC documentary series, examines how people respond to their favorite brands. The study utilized a team of neuroscientists, to study fanaticís brains. During an MRI test researchers showed Apple fans images of Apple products. ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 05:52 AM
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    Private viewing for most smartphone, and LCD based device owners, equates to cupping their hands over the screen, or quickly pulling the device away when they notice someone peaking.

    Apple has a solution, privacy mode.

    The ever-vigilant patent mining fellows at Patently Apple have recently discovered an Apple patent called ďSystems and Methods for Electronically Controlling the Viewing Angle ...
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    by Published on 05-23-2011 12:49 AM
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    PhotoForge has just released version 2 of its popular image editing app. PhotoForge has always been a capable app and with this update, the developers have harnessed some of power of Photoshop and managed to squeezed it onto the iPhone. PhotoForge 2 ($2.99) has been completely rewritten from the ground up and is compatible with all current iOS devices. Itís also a universal app so you wonít have to buy it ...
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    by Published on 05-22-2011 10:06 PM
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    Kyle's original post before i killed it:

    Yes, we know it's long overdue. We've finally made the move to vBulletin 4, and along with the move we've had a major site redesign. We've been working hard for months to get this design ready and live, and here we are.

    Of course we expect some issues to carry through our testing, and some we already even know about (but we figured you'd want the site back ...
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    by Published on 05-21-2011 08:00 AM
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    Many of the features that iDevice users enjoy are made possible by the many different sensors embedded within the hardware. Whether it's the proximity sensor or gyroscope, sensors enhance re-define key components and possibilities to your iDevice. Without them, and devices today would act and behave quite differently. As technology advances, so does the number of mobile sensors and the capabilities of ...
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    by Published on 05-20-2011 11:05 PM



    We're as close as we've ever been to Apple finally lifting the curtain on its long-awaited iCloud streaming music service. Those in-the-know say June remains a probable timeframe for launch as Apple has reportedly - at long last - signed deals with all the right labels and major music industry players within the last few days.

    Yet as All Things Digital reported via Peter Kafka on Friday, one significant ...