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5 years ago

iPad 3 will have 4G LTE networking

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iPad 3 will have 4G LTE networking

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The same source that originally told iMore Apple would be holding their iPad 3 event on March 7 has now let us know that the announcement will in fact include 4G LTE networking. We'd heard previously that 4G LTE would be coming to iOS in 2012, but not whether it would make the cut for iPad 3, or whether Apple would save it for iPhone 5 in October.

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5 years ago

Apple rumored to be working on new Smart Cover, going with Gorilla Glass 2 for iPhone 5

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Apple rumored to be working on new Smart Cover, going with Gorilla Glass 2 for iPhone 5

Yet more iPad 3 rumors today, including reports of Apple working on a new Smart Cover with a back, and sticking with the glass back for the iPhone 5.

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5 years ago

TestFlight Live gives iOS app developers real-time analytics, engagement metrics and more

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TestFlight Live gives iOS app developers real-time analytics, engagement metrics and more

TestFlight, the popular beta distribution service for iPhone and iPad apps, has just launched TestFlight Live and aims to give iOS developers real-time analytics (how many users are using their apps right now), engagement metrics (how often and how long users are using their apps), and more.

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5 years ago

China Mobile reaches 15 million unofficial iPhone users, receives iPhones 4S fix from Apple

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China Mobile reaches 15 million unofficial iPhone users, receives iPhones 4S fix from Apple

Much like T-Mobile in the US, China Mobile's 3G technology isn't compatible with Apple's iPhone, so unofficial iPhones are a strictly 2G only affair. While there are over 1 million unofficial iPhone on T-Mobile users, that's dwarfed by China Mobile's 15 million unofficial iPhone users. An unofficial number big enough, it seems, to garner a little official support from Apple.

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5 years ago

iPad gives autistic boy a “voice” at his Bar Mitzvah

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iPad gives autistic boy a “voice” at his Bar Mitzvah

"Matthew" is an autistic boy from Andover, Massachusetts, whose Bar Mitzvah -- the Jewish Rite of Passage for 13 year old boys -- was made possible thanks to Apple's iPad. According to The Boston Globe, Matthew is on the severe end of the autistic spectrum; not able to speak complete sentences, write or read. What Matthew can do is touch icons on the iPad and put together complex thoughts and ideas with the help of touch technology.

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5 years ago

Apple announces 25 billion app downloads, $10K iTunes winner

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Apple announces 25 billion app downloads, $10K iTunes winner

Apple has officially announced that the iTunes App Store has hit 25 billion downloads, and that the person who downloaded the 25 billionth app, Where's My Water? Free, was Chunli Fu of Qingdao, China. He'll be getting a $10,000 iTunes gift card.

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5 years ago

Replace your cash register with Square Register app for iPad

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Replace your cash register with Square Register app for iPad

Square is already well known for the way it brought credit card transactions into the hands of small businesses and sole traders. Now it has gone one step further and announced its latest creation which is a register app for the iPad. The new app aims to replace a traditional POS (point of sale) cash register with an iPad.

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5 years ago

iMore Picks of the Week for March 4, 2012

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iMore Picks of the Week for March 4, 2012

Every week the editors at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This weeks selections include a few games, a fun children's book, an app for writers, and an interesting photography app.

To see what we picked, and to tell us your pick, follow on after the break!

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5 years ago

Editor's desk: iPad 3 event, Photoshop Touch, rumors and linkbait, latest features

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Editor's desk: iPad 3 event, Photoshop Touch, rumors and linkbait, latest features

Phew! That March 7, 2012 announcement date rumor turned out to be accurate. Apple will indeed be unveiling their next generation iPad in San Francisco next Wednesday, and that will not doubt dominate the news, and our attention, for weeks to come. In the meantime, there's a lot of other great stuff going on hereabouts...

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5 years ago

How I use my iPhone for police work

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How I use my iPhone for police work

David is a technology enthusiast, iPhone user, and Texas-based police officer. This is how he uses iOS at work

Unlike most traditional jobs, I don't have an office where I can spend 8 hours a day sitting at a computer doing work. My office is a Ford Crown Victoria, and it is constantly moving from one location to the next. I need to have access to varying forms of information on the go to effectively get my job done. That's where my iPhone comes into play.

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5 years ago

In defense of Cydia, the jailbreak app store

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In defense of Cydia, the jailbreak app store

Georgia recently wrote an editorial about the frustration she's experienced using Cydia, the jailbreak app store. I'm a long time advocate of jailbreak and the benefits it brings with it. While Cydia may not be perfect, and it definitely isn't the same experience as using Apple's App Store, there are reasons for why it works the way it does, and some huge advantages that come along with it.

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5 years ago

Supposed iPad 3 parts assembled on video, unsurprisingly looks like iPad 2

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Supposed iPad 3 parts assembled on video, unsurprisingly looks like iPad 2

A set of the supposed iPad 3 parts, like the ones that have been floating around for weeks, have again been put them together, and again offered them up for the internet's collective viewing pleasure. This time it's M.I.C Gadgets doing the inverse-teardown (build-up?) and... there's nothing much surprising. It looks like an iPad 2 that's the tiniest bit thicker and has a more pronounce tapering around the edges. They do, however, think 4G LTE is unlikely at this point.

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5 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live 282: iPad 3 event, Photoshop Touch, home automation

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iPhone & iPad Live 282: iPad 3 event, Photoshop Touch, home automation

Georgia, Seth, and Rene discuss Apple's upcoming iPad 3 event, analyze the invitation, and round up the rumors; also: Adobe Photoshop Touch for iPad, Marvel comics for iBooks, and Nexia home automation. This is iPhone & iPad Live!

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5 years ago

How to use negative space to take more powerful photos with your iPhone

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How to use negative space to take more powerful photos with your iPhone

The placement of your subject or subjects is incredibly important when it comes to creating powerful iPhone photo compositions, but just as important is everything around and between them — the negative space. We started out our iPhoneography series by introducing the rule of thirds. Now we're going to explore that other two thirds, how it defines the forms, leads the eye, and helps create more balanced, more visually interesting work.

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