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4 years ago

TiPb Apps 2.2 -- QuickOffice for iPhone and iPad (Macworld 2010)

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TiPb Apps 2.2 -- QuickOffice for iPhone and iPad (Macworld 2010)

Live from Macworld 2010, Rene and Leanna talk to David Halpin about QuickOffice [$9.99 on sale - iTunes link] for the iPhone... and iPad! We also chat about their latest update which lets users access documents stored on popular cloud-services like Box.net, DropBox, Google Docs, and MobileMe.

Watch along after the break and let us know what you think!

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4 years ago

Best of Smartphone Experts, 21 Feb 2010 - MWC Edition

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Best of Smartphone Experts, 21 Feb 2010 - MWC Edition


4 years ago

Video iChat Icons, Strings in iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad?

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Video iChat Icons, Strings in iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad?

9to5mac continues to rip through the iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad and has now come across the images above, which show icons for accepting a declining video chat, as well as strings referencing the same.

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4 years ago

5000 Sex-based iPhone Apps Removed, Are These the New Rules?

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5000 Sex-based iPhone Apps Removed, Are These the New Rules?

Chillifresh, who first sent TiPb word of their Wobble iBoobs app being removed from the App Store due to what Apple termed its "sexual content" has followed up with another blog post, now claiming 5000 apps have been removed and presenting what they say are the new App Store rules:

  1. No images of women in bikinis (Ice skating tights are not OK either)
  2. No images of men in bikinis! (I didn’t ask about Ice Skating tights for men)
  3. No skin (he seriously said this) (I asked if a Burqa was OK, and the Apple guy got angry)
  4. No silhouettes that indicate that Wobble can be used for wobbling boobs (yes – I am serious, we have to remove the silhouette in this pic)
  5. No sexual connotations or innuendo: boobs, babes, booty, sex – all banned
  6. Nothing that can be sexually arousing!! (I doubt many people could get aroused with the pic above but those puritanical guys at Apple must get off on pretty mundane things to find Wobble “overtly sexual!)
  7. No apps will be approved that in any way imply sexual content (not sure how Playboy is still in the store, but …)

Apple has already commented to TiPb that they took action following customer complaints over objectionable contents, and our readers have been split between "good on Apple, we don't want to see that in the App Store" and "shame on Apple, we should be able to decide for ourselves" camp.

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4 years ago

TiPb Gear: iTouch Gloves (Macworld 2010)

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TiPb Gear: iTouch Gloves (Macworld 2010)

Live from Macworld 2010, Rene and Leanna talk to Jerry Leto, inventor of the TouchTec nanotechnology that builds capacitance into the iTouch Gloves' leather starting at the tanning process. This means you can use them to control your iPhone, iPod touch, and soon your iPad without having to take them off. It also means you don't need to sew in extra string or metal or make the finger tips removable or anything else. It works right through the leather.

Watch along after the break and let us know what you think!

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4 years ago

iPad Simulator Settings Reveal HTML5 YouTube, File Sharing, Lock Screen Media Controls

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iPad Simulator Settings Reveal HTML5 YouTube, File Sharing, Lock Screen Media Controls

9to5mac continues to dive into the iPhone 3.2 Beta 2 SDK and its iPad simulator, this time showing off HTML5 YouTube, file sharing, lock screen media controls, and more.

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4 years ago

TiPb Gear: mophie Marketplace and mophie juice pack TV (Macworld 2010)

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TiPb Gear: mophie Marketplace and mophie juice pack TV (Macworld 2010)

mophie was a good friend of mine during Macworld 2010 as I literally walked the show floor with two (2!) mophie juice pack airs ($79.95 - iMore Store link) to get me through the near-constant use of my iPhone required for the the live coverage -- and yes, I typically drained them both and then some!

New at Macworld, mophie's Jon Bradley was showing off their mophie Marketplace, which combines a case and a credit card reader to handle transactions on the go and the mophie juice pack TV, which combines a juice pack battery with FLO TV service.

Marketplace will be available April 15 while juice pack TV is shooting for March at a price point probably a bit north of the juice pack by itself, but may include some month of free FLO TV service to offset it.

Check both out after the break and let us know what you think. You want to swipe credit cards and watch TV on your iPhone?

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4 years ago

Want Hulu on Your iPad... as a Subscription Service?

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Want Hulu on Your iPad... as a Subscription Service?

MediaMemo is hearing from "multiple people familiar with the company" that the networks behind Hulu, NBC, FOX, and ABC, are still contemplating a version of Hulu for Apple's iPad -- but as a subscription service.

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4 years ago

Find My iPhone Working on iPhone Safari, iTunes Preview Categories Now Working on Web

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Find My iPhone Working on iPhone Safari, iTunes Preview Categories Now Working on Web

Apple has changed MobileMe's me.com site, previously inaccessible from iPhone or iPod touch Safari, to not only allow access to Find My iPhone, but to offer help in setting up accounts and getting additional apps. iTunes Preview, meanwhile, has duplicated even more of the media and app browsing experience on the web by adding support for categories.

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4 years ago

Apple Comments on Removal of Sexual-content Apps

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Apple Comments on Removal of Sexual-content Apps

Following up on last night's story about the removal of apps with sexual content from the iTunes App Store, TiPb asked Apple for comment and they responded:

"Whenever we receive customer complaints about objectionable content we review them. If we find these apps contain inappropriate material we remove them and request the developer make any necessary changes in order to be distributed by Apple."

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