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5 years ago

Apple's Eddy Cue accepts Special Merit Grammy for contributions to the music industry on behalf of Steve Jobs

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Apple's Eddy Cue accepts Special Merit Grammy for contributions to the music industry on behalf of Steve Jobs

The Recording Academy is honoring Steve Jobs with a Grammy for his contributions to the music industry. The Trustees Award is recognizing his accomplishments such as the iPod and iTunes music store. Apple senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue accepted the award on his behalf.

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5 years ago

iPad 3 cases and covers

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iPad 3 cases and covers

What type of case or cover will you want for iPad 3?

Whether iPad 3 will be your first iPad, or whether you've been an iPad user for years, we're curious what kind of case or cover you'll be wanting for it when you get it? Or will you prefer to go naked with no cover at all? Apple so far hasn't kept one iPad form-factor around for more than a year, so while it's possible iPad 2 cases and covers will fit iPad 3, it's also possible accessory makers will once again have to go back to the drawing boards. What should they make you more of?

Apple's own Smart Covers, those of the magnet power, are ultra slim but don't provide much protection for anything other than the screen. Are you waiting for an iPad 3 version? Or do you want something more extreme like the Otterbox Defender and Incipio Destroyer?

Maybe thinner skin cases like the Incipio Hive HoneyComb or cases that offer nice extras like the Case-Mate Pop! with a kickstand (one of my favorites -- great for watching videos!) better suit your fancy?

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5 years ago

iOS 6 wants: Granular privacy control

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iOS 6 wants: Granular privacy control

Like with Notification Center, Apple should look to and improve upon what Google's done with Android to better keep our Contacts safe.

Earlier this week the internet got itself into a kerfuffle over Path, a small-circle social networking app for the iPhone, which took Contact information without asking and openly transmitted it to Path's servers. It's an important issue to be sure, one worth getting into a kerfuffle over, and Path eventually apologized and vowed to make changes. But Path was only one of many, many apps to act this way.

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5 years ago

Saturday Night Live mocks Verizon 4G LTE marketing

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5 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live 279: AT&T throttling, quad-core, and WD-40

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iPhone & iPad Live 279: AT&T throttling, quad-core, and WD-40

Rene, Georgia, and Seth discuss AT&T data throttling, Spring iPhone sales, iPhone chart topping, iPad 3 quad-core rumors, WD-40 lunacy, and ZFS. This is iPhone & iPad Live!

[Apologies for the sound and the lateness. My mic was way too hot, Georgia and I were both badly sick, and we had huge technical problems getting the shows edited. Thanks for your patience!]

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5 years ago

iMore Picks of the Week for February 11, 2012

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iMore Picks of the Week for February 11, 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 apps for weather, for tasks, for to-dos, for design, for guitar learning, and for fitness.

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5 years ago

Instagram introduces Lux, a new way to enhance your photos

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Instagram introduces Lux, a new way to enhance your photos

Instagram, the popular photo filtering and social sharing service, has been updated with a new new enhancement feature called Lux. With a tap of a button, Lux will apply an HDR-like effect to your photo that lightens shadows, darkens highlights and increases contrast. It does a phenomenal job.

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5 years ago

Theater Consultants Collaborative use iPads to streamline stagecraft

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Theater Consultants Collaborative use iPads to streamline stagecraft

Theater Consultants Collaborative or TCC helps its clients establish engineering specifications, plan infrastructure, and arrange interiors to accommodate lighting and sound systems, all in the name of theater. How do they do all of this work? Yes, you guessed it -- they use their iPads.

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5 years ago

Mail Enhancer for jailbreak review

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Mail Enhancer for jailbreak review

Get custom signatures, notifications, and highlights for iPhone Mail with Mail Enhancer for jailbreak

Mail Enhancer adds a great deal of extra functionality to your jailbroken iPhone, including the ability to set custom signatures for different accounts, tailored notifications, advanced mail sorting options, and account highlighting. If the stock version of iOS simply doesn't meet your needs, and you're looking for more and better functionality, give Mail Enhancer a try.

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5 years ago

Cut the Buttons review

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Cut the Buttons review

"All the thrill of running with scissors without any of the danger or mess, Cut the Buttons for iPhone and iPad is unique, challenging, and most importantly, fun."

Now here's game that takes advantage of the iPhone and iPad's multitouch screens to create something truly unique. In Cut the Buttons, your goal is control a pair of scissors with two fingers, like you would in real life, and cut the buttons off pieces of fabric that come flying by. I swear it's not as easy as it sounds!

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5 years ago

China syndrome redux: Why it really is about Apple

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China syndrome redux: Why it really is about Apple

Rene recently wrote an editorial about the current controversy surrounding Apple and the working conditions in the Chinese factories where Apple -- and almost every other consumer electronics company -- has their products made. It was a nice editorial, but I disagree with it completely. Well, almost completely. I do agree that it's an important issue and that the discussion is good. He took a position and argued it well, that China was the story, and Apple merely link-bait. And it's that position I disagree with.

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5 years ago

Best handwriting notes app for iPad: Noteshelf review

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Best handwriting notes app for iPad: Noteshelf review

"Whether you're a student or teacher, an intern or executive, if you have an iPad and you take notes, get Noteshelf."

Noteshelf is currently the best way to take and share handwritten notes on the iPad. Why would you want to do that? Well, we live in a digital world and it's become much, much easier to carry a single, multifunctional iPad around than a heavy stack of books, grocery lists, calendars, journals, notebooks, scrap papers, sketchbooks, and stickies. Sure, the iPad comes with a keyboard based Notes app built in, but there's still something to said about writing by hand. Call it therapeutic. Call it efficient. Call it necessary. There are simply more things to take note of than are currently possible with a keyboard alone.

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5 years ago

Forums: Music Artwork, Music Creation, iPhone Music

Forums: Music Artwork, Music Creation, iPhone Music

We've made our way through a lot of stuff this week. Plenty of reviews, rumors and tips & tricks. If you missed out on anything make sure you get yourself caught up either here on the blogs or in the iMore forums.

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5 years ago

Say goodbye to real-world junk mail with PaperKarma for iPhone

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Say goodbye to real-world junk mail with PaperKarma for iPhone

You come home, tired and frazzled, reach into your mailbox to get the letter you're expecting or the bills you're dreading, and all you come out with is a fist-full of... junk mail. Well, PaperKarma is here to put an end to it, an end to the unsolicited promotions clogging your mail and littering your curb. And it's as simple as taking a photo.

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5 years ago

AT&T's upgrade fee doubling February 12

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AT&T's upgrade fee doubling February 12

If you're looking to be picking up a new device on AT&T any time soon, you'll want note the latest change in upgrade fee's coming to AT&T.

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