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4 years ago

How to replace a broken iPhone 4 (Verizon or Sprint) screen

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How to replace a broken iPhone 4 (Verizon or Sprint) screen

Don't want to pony up the money for a new CDMA iPhone just yet, you can repair it! Here's how.

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4 years ago

Learn how to color beautiful Easter eggs with Egg Dyeing 101 from Martha Stewart Living for iPhone

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Learn how to color beautiful Easter eggs with Egg Dyeing 101 from Martha Stewart Living for iPhone

Easter Sunday is less than a week away, which means it's time to start coloring some eggs! Egg Dyeing 101 from Martha Stewart Living for iPhone will help you create the most beautiful eggs on the block.

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4 years ago

iMore for iPhone app: A guided tour

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iMore for iPhone app: A guided tour

The iMore for iPhone app is here and while thousands upon thousands of you have downloaded it already, we wanted to take a moment to show it off, and show off some great features you might have missed!

iMore for iPhone was meticulously crafted to provide the absolute best reading and listening experience possible for our community. We specifically chose to focus on doing a few things really well at first, so that we had a solid foundation on which to add more and better things later. I think we accomplished that and the way I can tell is simple -- the iMore app is the only way I read iMore on my iPhone now (and a lot of you have told us the very same thing.)

If you haven't already, go ahead and download iMore for iPhone now. I'll wait. It's totally FREE and, if I do say so myself, totally awesome.

Once you're done, check out the video above for a quick guided tour from yours truly.

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4 years ago

Sparrow for iPhone 1.1 brings built-in browser, Send & Archive, but still no push

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Sparrow for iPhone 1.1 brings built-in browser, Send & Archive, but still no push

Now when you click on a hyperlink in Sparrow for iPhone, you will not be taken out of the app and into Safari, but, instead, a nice built-in web browser will slide in. When you're done looking at the website, your mail is just a tap away.

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4 years ago

Google shows off Project Glass, the HUD-interface in your eyeglasses

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Google shows off Project Glass, the HUD-interface in your eyeglasses

Google has started showing off Project Glass, a mobile computing interface contained in a pair of eyeglasses. Now I love cool, future-reaching technology. That most of them, even from the huge players, are demoware that never sees the light of day notwithstanding, they inspire and inform where technology is heading -- and that technology is increasingly mobile.

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4 years ago

Steve Jobs and the relentless drive to cut away what's not absolutely necessary and simplify what is

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Steve Jobs and the relentless drive to cut away what's not absolutely necessary and simplify what is

Steve Jobs had Apple halt iPhone production to make the display more prominent, halted iPad production to make the edges more scoop-able, and continuously, relentlessly, stopped Apple in mid-stride to cut what wasn't necessary and simplify what absolutely was. This singular insight is brought into sharp focus once again by biographer Walter Isaacson, writing for the Harvard Business Review on the subject of Steve Job's leadership.

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4 years ago

I for one welcome our new Android Instagrammers

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I for one welcome our new Android Instagrammers

Instagram for Android finally hit the Market Play Store yesterday -- check out our Instagram on Android vs. Instagram on iPhone shootout -- and the reaction by some in the iOS community was... decidedly negative. It was almost like a TV sitcom when the pristine private pool is suddenly, forcibly opened to the marauding masses. You know, like when AOL users finally got unrestricted internet access. (No doubt Android users would have felt them same way when Google+ opened up, had there been a flood...)

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4 years ago

Apple passes Motorola to become third largest mobile manufacturer in U.S.

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Apple passes Motorola to become third largest mobile manufacturer in U.S.

comScore's recent survey data reveals that Apple now has 13.5% of the U.S. mobile market (i.e. not just smartphones). Combined with Motorola's drop to 12.8% market share, that puts iPhone in third place behind LG (with 19.4%) and Samsung (25.6%).

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4 years ago

Survey says 34% American high school students use iPhone, 40% expecting to buy one

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Survey says 34% American high school students use iPhone, 40% expecting to buy one

Analyst firm Piper Jaffray recently revealed data from their survey of 5,600 U.S. high school students, which included an impressive 34% adoption rate for the iPhone. Another 34% owned a tablet, and of them 70% were using an iPad.

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4 years ago

Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone gets reviewed: This is what AT&T will push over the iPhone

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Nokia Lumia 900 Windows Phone gets reviewed: This is what AT&T will push over the iPhone

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h3>Nokia's Lumia 900 pairs out of this world hardware with elegant Windows Phone Mango release 2 software in a bid to become AT&T's next darling. But is it hot or not?

Among the very first, and certainly most comprehensive, Nokia Lumia 900 reviews comes our way courtesy of WPCentral's Daniel Rubino, and not surprisingly, he finds a lot of Windows Phone to love.

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4 years ago

Instagram for Android vs. Instagram for iPhone: Can you see the difference?

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Instagram for Android vs. Instagram for iPhone: Can you see the difference?

Instagram's developers hinted their new Android app might be better than their existing iPhone app. So is it, and if so, how?

While over 15 Million iPhone users have enjoyed the social photo sharing app, Instagram, for quite some time, just today Instagram for Android hit the Google Play Store. Over 430,000 Android users had registered to be notified about the app's release, and the developers even hinted it might back a few features iPhone users were without. So does it?

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4 years ago

Night Stand for iPad review: The best clock app for iPad

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Night Stand for iPad review: The best clock app for iPad

If you just bought a new iPad and have searched in vain for the built-in Apple Clock app, here's some bad news -- there isn't one. Apple just doesn't think the Clock app looks good on the big screen. Luckily for us, however, App Store developers don't share that belief. In fact, the developers of Night Stand for iPad show just exactly how to do it right.

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4 years ago

One More Thing Conference hits Melbourne, Australia on May 25โ€“26

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One More Thing Conference hits Melbourne, Australia on May 25โ€“26

One More Thing is conference all about how to make brilliant iOS software and, more importantly, how to make a living doing it! Last year some of the best and the brightest of Australia's iOS developer community took the stage, including our Iterate co-host, Marc Edwards of Bjango. This year they're pulling in some international all-stars including Loren Brichter (Tweetie/ex-Twitter), Neven Mrgan (Panic), Karl von Randow (Camera+), Raphael Schaad (Flipboard), Matt Rix (Trainyard), Shaun Inman (Last Rocket) and many more.

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4 years ago

If AT&T can unlock iPhones at Tim Cook's request, why can't they do it simply when it's the right thing to do?

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If AT&T can unlock iPhones at Tim Cook's request, why can't they do it simply when it's the right thing to do?

A while back, after being frustrated he couldn't unlock his off-contract AT&T iPhone to use outside the US, a gentlemen wrote Apple CEO Tim Cook to express his frustration, and Cook's officer arranged for AT&T to provide him with an unlock. It seems that wasn't a one of, as 9to5Mac reports it's since happened several more times.

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4 years ago

State of the Mobile Nations survey: The point of the stylus

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State of the Mobile Nations survey: The point of the stylus

Steve Jobs put an end to the Newton project, in part because he hated the concept of using a stylus. The original Palm Pilot was a runaway hit -- in part because of the use of the stylus and its handwriting recognition. Now, Palm is dead and Apple is ginormous and Samsung is trying to bring the stylus back with the Galaxy Note line... So, who was right?

Just as the iPad is reaching the stratosphere in usage, the stylus is making a comeback.

We ran a quick poll and the initial results were intriguing enough we wanted to get a better sense of just what was going on across all platforms and all of our mobile communities. So here's a short survey. Does the stylus inhibit or amplify your touch screen experience? Let us know!

Take the Survey!

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