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3 years ago

iLuv Skin Case for iPad - accessory review

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iLuv Skin Case for iPad - accessory review

The iLuv Skin Case is definitely an extremely thin case. It is made of a soft rubber silicon material that feels extremely smooth to the touch. Some people may be willing to sacrifice a little bit of protection to have a thinner more portable case but in my opinion, this case was more than a little too thin.

If you want something extremely thin and don't plan on transporting your iPad very far in this case, you should be okay. Other than that, this case is more for looks than anything else.

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3 years ago

Jailbreak tip: How to enable HD video recording on iPhone 3GS

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Jailbreak tip: How to enable HD video recording on iPhone 3GS

Are you an iPhone 3GS user who's wondered how-to enable HD video recording without having to upgrade to an iPhone 4? Well, if you're not afraid of Jailbreak and are comfortable with SSH, there is a new hack available to let you get your HD on. Now the iPhone 3GS simply doesn't have the same quality camera as the iPhone 4, but this tweak will take your video recording from a measly 640x480 to 1080x800.

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3 years ago

Target to start selling iPhone 3G3, iPhone 4 on November 7th

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Target to start selling iPhone 3G3, iPhone 4 on November 7th

Target has announced that it will begin selling iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS throughout 846 retail stores beginning on November 7th. Target will also offer quick in-store activation for purchasers and "expert support" to all of their customers.

At Target we continue to offer our guests the best in electronics so we’re happy to add iPhone to our Target Mobile offerings

This will instantly expand access to the iPhone 3GS and the newer, more popular iPhone 4 to an even broader number of shoppers, especially getting into the holiday season.

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3 years ago

Are Apple and Google both trying to acquire BOKU?

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Are Apple and Google both trying to acquire BOKU?

TechCrunch is reporting that both Apple and Google may be interested in acquiring start-up company BOKU, which allows users to purchase goods on their mobile phones.

All users would have to do is simply enter in their mobile phone number and your product would be ordered and put onto your mobile bill. As of now BOKU is partnering with major carriers all over the world and they claim they are already capable of servicing over 1.6 billion users. They also claim that all major US carriers are supported already.

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3 years ago

Will the Mac App Store run iPad apps?

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Will the Mac App Store run iPad apps?

Last night during the iPad Live podcast, while Georgia and I were discussing the rumor about Apple holding a secret iOS developer session, she conjectured that Apple might be showing developers a way to quickly make their iPad apps run on the Mac.

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3 years ago

Apple advises developers to submit their iOS 4.2 apps

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Apple advises developers to submit their iOS 4.2 apps

Right after releasing iOS 4.2 GM, Apple has begun emailing developers and advising them to submit their updates for the iTunes App Store.

iOS 4.2 SDK GM seed and iOS 4.2 GM seed are now available from the iOS Dev Center. Build, test, and compile your apps with these new releases and submit them for review so they can be ready when iOS 4.2 is available to iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch users.

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3 years ago

iOS 4.2 GM for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad released to developers

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iOS 4.2 GM for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad released to developers

Now we know why Apple didn't release an updated iOS 4.2 beta for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad last week -- they just released the GM (Gold Master) for developers. This is the typically the final version given to developers ahead of time so they can test it on their apps and make sure everything is working before the release goes public.

No word yet on what if any changes or new features might have snuck into this iOS 4.2 build, but if you come across any let us know in comments or drop us a line.

Check out our complete iOS 4.2 beta walkthrough for the features so far.

UPDATE: AirPlay is still audio-only to Apple TV. Maybe iOS 4.2 for Apple TV will be required to enable that? There's a new AirPlay icon, however, and the multitasking dock has even more functionality than before. Pics after the break!

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3 years ago

iPad live podcast #29: We're not mobile!

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iPad live podcast #29: We're not mobile!

We're talking 2 cameras on iPad 2, mute switch switcheroo, Apple's secret meeting, Facebook's mysterious briefing, AT&T and Verizon iPad sales a go, and Halloween means costumes, yo! This is iPhone live.

(Psst, Rene and Georgia wore costumes for Halloween, check out the -- ugh! Flash-only -- AND WITH A HORRIBLE PRE-ROLE AD! FRAK! Sorry! -- video after the break!)

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3 years ago

TiPb Jack O'Lantern contest winners!

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TiPb Jack O'Lantern contest winners!

Thanks to everyone who participated in our TiPb Jack O'Lantern carving contest, and congratulations to our two winners:

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3 years ago

Apple investigating iPhone issues with Monster-branded headphones

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Apple investigating iPhone issues with Monster-branded headphones

It appears as if Apple is looking into an issue between the iPhone/iPod and Monster brand headphones. According to an anonymous tipster who contacted Engadget, Apple has informed their customer service workers of issues that are occurring between Monster headphones that utilize integrated microphones and controls.

The rumored memo to employees reads as follow:

Several Monster headphone models using Apple's Remote and Mic technology do not meet Apple's technical specifications. These headphones use conductive flanges, which can result in electrical shorts that can cause an iPod or iPhone to pause and play erratically. Customers may not be aware that the issue is caused by the headphones and may believe that the iPod or iPhone is defective instead. There are no known safety concerns and no known risk of damage to the iPod/iPhone or headphones.

Symptoms of the issue are random pauses and playing and skipping forward or backwards of tracks. There is a list after the break which indicates the affected models (the current model Apple sells in their retail stores is not listed).

Are you having this issue with your Monster headphones? Let us know your take on this apparent problem in the comments below.

[ Engadget ]

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