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4 years ago

How to use the iPad Home button to navigate, access the fast app switcher, take a screenshot, and more

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How to use the iPad Home button to navigate, access the fast app switcher, take a screenshot, and more

There's only one physical hardware button on the front of the new iPad so it's little wonder Apple has put it to work with several levels of functionality. While all the basic things are covered by the good old single click, there's a lot more, and a lot more advanced functionality hidden beneath that Home button using double and triple clicks and more.

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4 years ago

Apple execs sell off half a million shares for around $314 million

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Apple execs sell off half a million shares for around $314 million

Tim Cook isn't the only one cashing in Apple stock these days; Senior VP of marketing, Phil Schiller, CFO Peter Openheimer, VP of hardware engineering Robert Mansfield, and VP of iOS software Scott Forstall recently had the restrictions on some of their stocks removed, resulting in a sizable sell-off between March 24 and March 26. Even Cook sold off a few more.

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4 years ago

XRY security software extracts iPhone lock code really, really easily

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XRY security software extracts iPhone lock code really, really easily

Sweden-based Micro Systemation recently demonstrated on video just how easily their desktop software for military and law enforcement can crack into an iPhone. With a few quick reboots, XRY can not only dig out the phone's unlock code, but can also personal data, GPS locations, messages, and a log of keystrokes.

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4 years ago

New iPad owners in Australia scorned by false 4G LTE advertising offered refund

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New iPad owners in Australia scorned by false 4G LTE advertising offered refund

Apple has quickly responded to the accusations that they're misrepresenting the new iPad in Australia as 4G-capable by offering misled buyers a refund on their device.  That's not much of an offer, considering they're all within their 30-day return window, but a sensible answer to those that are unhappy that they can't get LTE access on their new iPads.

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4 years ago

Now you can share your exact location with friends and family with Find My Facebook Friends for iPhone and iPad

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Now you can share your exact location with friends and family with Find My Facebook Friends for iPhone and iPad

As if using Facebook wasn't stalker-ish enough, now you can track your friends' exact locations with Find my Facebook Friends. This app is very similar to Apple's Find my Friends app that was released last year alongside iOS 5.

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4 years ago

Shannon Tweed talks to iMore about Attack of the Groupies, her new tower defense game for iPhone and iPad

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Shannon Tweed talks to iMore about Attack of the Groupies, her new tower defense game for iPhone and iPad

Television and movie star Shannon Tweed, seen weekly in the show Gene Simmons Family Jewels, joined iMore live today to give us all the juicy details about her first iPhone and iPad game, Attack of the Groupies. A tower defense-style game, Shannon is all super-heroed up and ready to protect her man, KISS star Gene Simmons, from a full on invasion of deranged, demented groupies.

For the full story, and an awesome swag-filled give away, keep reading!

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4 years ago

Celebrate Free Card Day with FX Photo Studio for iPhone

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Celebrate Free Card Day with FX Photo Studio for iPhone

The popular photo filter iPhone app, FX Photo Studio, has recently partnered with Sincerely to include the ability to send physical postcards from directly within the app. For today only, they're allowing users to order one card for free!

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4 years ago

Apple, attention, and the Bruce Lee cover

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Apple, attention, and the Bruce Lee cover

Back in the 1990s when I was writing for martial arts magazines, one of my editors told me that any time they could put Bruce Lee on the cover, their sales would go up exponentially. So, no matter what, there was a huge incentive for them to run as many Bruce Lee covers as they could a year. Mercifully, magazines only came out once a month, and they couldn't do it every month, but it was still done just as often as the market could bear.

That's exactly what's happening with Apple in the personal technology space right now. Put Apple in a headline and you'll get more clicks. Truth, logic, intelligence, relevance -- none of that matters compared to getting Apple in the headline, baiting the links, and garnering the click-throughs.

And that's all of our fault.

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4 years ago

Apple debunks iPad overcharging, explains how charging works

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Apple debunks iPad overcharging, explains how charging works

Apple Vice President of iPad Marketing, Michael Tchao, has set the record straight on allegations that the new iPad either fails to report the proper charge level, or over-charges and risks damage if left charging for too long. Speaking with AllThingsD, Tchao explained:

That circuitry is designed so you can keep your device plugged in as long as you would like. It’s a great feature that’s always been in iOS.

Ina Fried goes on to explain:

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4 years ago

Harry Potter series now available in digital eBook format

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Harry Potter series now available in digital eBook format

Harry Potter fans everywhere can now enjoy their favorite series straight from their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The books are available exclusively through the Pottermore shop.

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4 years ago

Foxconn's parent company takes 46.5% stake in Sharp to ramp up display production

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Foxconn's parent company takes 46.5% stake in Sharp to ramp up display production

Foxconn, Apple's infamous manufacturing partner, today invested heavily in Sharp, a prominent Japanese display manufacturer. Hon Hai, Foxconn's parent company, now owns 46.5% of Sharp, while Sharp will retain another 46.5% and Sony keeps their 7% stake.

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4 years ago

Will the tablet market be more like the PC market or Smartphone market?

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Will the tablet market be more like the PC market or Smartphone market?

The PC market developed very differently from how the smartphone market is taking form. Because of this, it’s interesting to think about how the tablet market will unfold.

Will it be more like the PC market, where we had one dominant OS (Microsoft) and one much smaller player (Apple)? Or will it develop more like the smartphone market where we have multiple viable platforms including iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone?

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4 years ago

Apple taken to court over claims of false 4G LTE iPad advertising in Australia

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Apple taken to court over claims of false 4G LTE iPad advertising in Australia

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission is going after Apple for advertising the new iPad as 4G capable, even though it's not compatible with their networks. The ACCC says they're after "injunctions, pecuniary penalties, corrective advertising and refunds to consumers affected" in this case.

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4 years ago

How to create and accept calendar invitations on your new iPad

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How to create and accept calendar invitations on your new iPad

Your new iPad is a great way to stay organized and focused on the activities and events that matter to you most. The built in Calendar app has a lot of great features and tools to help you create, edit, manage, and share your schedule, including event invitations.

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4 years ago

Wi-Fi version of the new iPad cleared for sale in China

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Wi-Fi version of the new iPad cleared for sale in China

Though Apple hasn't announced when (or if) the new iPad will be coming to China, the Wi-Fi model has recently passed through the China Quality Certification Center.

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