Recent Articles | iMore

Order: BeatsX | AirPods | MacBook Pro | iPhone 7 | Shop: Insanely Cheap Wireless Plans

Recent Articles

Headlines

4 years ago

iPhone 5 once again rumored to get a 4-inch screen, smaller dock

31

iPhone 5 once again rumored to get a 4-inch screen, smaller dock

The next generation iPhone 5,1 is once again being rumored to include a lengthened, 16:9 ratio, 4-inch screen as well as a smaller dock connector port, and a (partially) metallic back plate. According to iLounge:

More →


4 years ago

Logitech launches the light powered Solar Keyboard Folio case for iPad

10

Logitech launches the light powered Solar Keyboard Folio case for iPad

Logitech has announced the Solar Keyboard Folio iPad case which is a Bluetooth keyboard and case integrated into one accessory. What's different with this particular iPad case combo is that the keyboard is powered by an indoor or outdoor light source.

More →


4 years ago

Pop Video pico projector brings the big screen to your iPhone or iPod touch

9

Pop Video pico projector brings the big screen to your iPhone or iPod touch

The Pop Video pico projector is a new accessory from Micron Technology, Inc. that claims to deliver the big screen experience to your iPhone or iPod touch. The accessory clips onto your iPhone or iPod touch and turns it into a projector allowing you to display a lot of your devices content on a projector screen or wall.

More →


4 years ago

InstaGamer for iPhone and iPad review: the classic matching game with photos from Instagram

3

InstaGamer for iPhone and iPad review: the classic matching game with photos from Instagram

InstaGamer is a fun iPhone and iPad game that's just like the classic matching game, only the things being matched are instagram photos. You can play with photos from the popular feed, specific tags, your own feed or photos, or photos you've liked.

More →


4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm EDT / 6pm PDT / 2am BST

0

iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm EDT / 6pm PDT / 2am BST

The best iOS podcast in the 'verse returns tonight to talk all the latest iPhone and iPad news, how-tos, and app and accessory reviews. Come join us!

Want to go full screen? Head to iMore.com/live. Want to watch via iPhone or iPad? Grab the Ustream app and search for "mobilenations"!

More →


4 years ago

iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 free color conversion giveaway winners!

4

iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 free color conversion giveaway winners!

It's time to pick our winners for our color conversion giveaway! Lots of you entered and had tons of awesome ideas on how you'd mix and match colors to personalize your iPhone. Unfortunately, we can only pick four winners, and they are....

More →


4 years ago

59% of iPhone and iPad app developers don't break even on costs

18

59% of iPhone and iPad app developers don't break even on costs

A recent survey by a marketing firm called App-Promo shows that 59% of developers don't manage to make enough money from app sales to break even on costs, and 80% don't generate enough revenue to support a standalone business. 68% earned $5000 or less from their top app, while 12% earned $50,000 or more.  Those top earners have around $30,000 set aside for a marketing budget.  64.5% of the apps created by those surveyed were paid, while 39.5% relied on advertising and 32.9% were freemium or lite versions of full apps.

More →


4 years ago

Squiggles! for iPad review: a children's drawing app that brings pictures to life

0

Squiggles! for iPad review: a children's drawing app that brings pictures to life

Squiggles! for iPad is an adorable children's game that instructs the child user to draw squiggles on pictures so that they can come to life. For example, after drawing squiggles behind a few cars and tapping "GO", the squiggles will act as springs that push the cars across the screen -- with sound effects and all.

More →


4 years ago

Siri six months later: Community report card

42

Siri six months later: Community report card

Siri, the iPhone 4S' flagship feature has been on the market now for 6 months. On one hand, Siri is absolutely amazing -- the first real virtual personal assistant with a personality right out of Pixar. On the other hand, Siri is obviously still in beta and often fails or works just enough to frustrate more than any outright failure. That makes it an odd choice for a flagship feature, but given the lack of a physical redesign and the obvious potential for awesome demos, rightly or wrongly, Siri was what Apple had to work with.

But does it work for us?

More →


4 years ago

Now you can stream music from Spotify directly to your iPad

8

Now you can stream music from Spotify directly to your iPad

The popular music streaming service Spotify has updated their app with proper iPad support. Now you can enjoying millions of songs and discover and share music on your iPad's larger screen. The iPad version isn't simply a big version it's iPhone counterpart either -- it's optimized to take advantage of the larger screen and looks amazing.

More →


4 years ago

Apple SVP of iOS Scott Forstall sells 95% of his current restricted shares

9

Apple SVP of iOS Scott Forstall sells 95% of his current restricted shares

Scott Forstall, Apple's high-profile Senior Vice President of iOS software, has sold off $38.7 million-worth of previously-restricted Apple stock according to recent security filings. Forstall had sold off about $33 million-worth of stock in March when the restriction first lifted, and the final sale here here leaves him with 5% of the 120,000 shares he was first given in 2008. Forstall still has another 100,000 restricted stock units that will be ready to sell in 2014 and another 150,000, half of which will vest in 2013 and the other in 2016.

More →


4 years ago

How the original iPhone was hacked

7

How the original iPhone was hacked

If you've been around the iPhone scene for a while, you've no doubt already heard the story of how George "Geohot" Hotz unlocked the original iPhone for the first time, back in the summer of 2007. If not, The New Yorker, in a far broader profile, tells it again:

In the summer of 2007, Apple released the iPhone, in an exclusive partnership with A.T. & T. George Hotz, a seventeen-year-old from Glen Rock, New Jersey, was a T-Mobile subscriber. He wanted an iPhone, but he also wanted to make calls using his existing network, so he decided to hack the phone.

More →


4 years ago

Apple snags 14% mobile market share in U.S., still behind Samsung and LG

12

Apple snags 14% mobile market share in U.S., still behind Samsung and LG

comScore released their first quarter 2012 U.S. mobile market share numbers recently, and though Apple has had a solid climb to 14% market share, LG is still ahead with 19.3% and Samsung claims 26%. The gap in smartphone platform market share with Android is widening, as Google's mobile OS snags 51%, and iOS sits at 30.7%.

More →


4 years ago

OS X Mountain Lion gets Notification Center do-not-disturb -- Can we have that for iOS 6?

12

OS X Mountain Lion gets Notification Center do-not-disturb -- Can we have that for iOS 6?

Apple updated their OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion developer preview 8 distribution yesterday and with it came a new feature for Notification center -- do not disturb. It looks like a great feature and something that would be very much welcome not only in OS X, but in iOS 6 as well.

More →


4 years ago

Disney set to use iPads for next generation FastPass park system

2

Disney set to use iPads for next generation FastPass park system

Disney is testing iPads and looks set to use them for its next generation FastPass park system. The current FastPass system allows park guests to receive their passes and avoid lines for popular attractions. The new system is being tested now with selected guests being asked to pre-book attractions in the near future.

More →


Show More Headlines

Pages