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4 years ago

Pocket Planes for iPhone and iPad review

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Pocket Planes for iPhone and iPad review

The creator of Tiny Tower released their long-awaited sequel today, only this time instead of populating an ever-growing skyscraper, in Pocket Planes you're in charge of an airline.

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4 years ago

On iOS 6 bugs and app compatibility (or, please don't be a jerk)

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On iOS 6 bugs and app compatibility (or, please don't be a jerk)

iOS 6 is currently in closed beta, not general release. While Apple provides it to anyone with $99, and there will no doubt be all manner of leaks minor and major, there's something incredibly important to keep in mind -- please don't be a jerk about it.

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4 years ago

Reeder 3 for iPhone review

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Reeder 3 for iPhone review

Reeder, the popular RSS reader app for iPhone, has been updated to version 3.0 and brings with it an updated user interface and some new options and features that make an already great RSS app even better than before.

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4 years ago

WWDC day three

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WWDC day three

Day three of WWDC 2012 was another busy day of meeting and interviewing developers and PR representatives, parties, and even a recording of an Iterate episode featuring some special guests.

Rene and I began our day with a delicious breakfast at Mel's Diner with App Savvy's Ken Yarmosh. We talked about Agenda, Buzz, other App Savvy projects and, of course, iOS 6.

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4 years ago

What WWDC and Apple's 2012 Keynote meant for Apple investors

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What WWDC and Apple's 2012 Keynote meant for Apple investors

Monday was packed with the pure excitement and adrenalin of Apple's annual WWDC keynote. Sure, the stock may have declined slightly that day, but this is mostly due to overall market weakness that day and not Apple pessimism. Now that we’ve had a couple of days to digest Apple’s announcements let’s discuss what it means to investors.

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4 years ago

iOS 6 already receives a jailbreak for developers via redsn0w

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iOS 6 already receives a jailbreak for developers via redsn0w

The iPhone Dev Team has released redsn0w 0.9.13dev1 which will jailbreak iOS 6. This version of redsn0w only supports the iPhone 4, iPod touch 4G, and iPhone 3GS, namely no support for A5 devices. It will be a tethered jailbreak and should only be used by developers as it's a beta and you'll most likely run into issues.

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4 years ago

Apple getting cut of Baidu ad revenue

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Apple getting cut of Baidu ad revenue

Baidu, China's most prominent search engine, has an ad revenue sharing agreement in place with Apple, according to a recent phone interview. There aren't any details on exactly how much of a cut Apple is getting, but apparently it's similar to what Baidu has in place with Google for their Android handset. An analyst estimated that Baidu distributes less than 10% of mobile ad revenue with manufacturers.

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4 years ago

Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX supposedly outsells iPhone at Verizon

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Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX supposedly outsells iPhone at Verizon

Anil Doradla, an analyst for William Blair, says he has found that the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX is currently the top-selling smartphone at Verizon - yes, even ahead of the iPhone 4S.

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4 years ago

Smart Case for iPad review

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Smart Case for iPad review

The Apple Smart Case for iPad is one of the most un-Apple-like products I've ever seen

Immediately following the keynote at WWDC, Apple silently announced a new case for the iPad called the Smart Case that offers customers a way to protect the back of their iPad while still utilizing the functionality of a Smart Cover -- well, in theory.

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4 years ago

Forums: iOS 6 feedback, iPhone 4 users left in the dark?

Forums: iOS 6 feedback, iPhone 4 users left in the dark?

Found an interesting article you want to share with iMore? Have a burning question about that feature you just can't figure out? There is ALWAYS more happening just a click away in the forums. You can always head over and join in the conversation, search for answers, or lend your expertise to other members of our community. You check out some of the threads below:

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4 years ago

Siri isn't just a Google killer, it's a potential gold mine

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Siri isn't just a Google killer, it's a potential gold mine

Last year, after Apple announced Siri, I wrote about it's long term, potentially game-changing business implications for Apple. Specifically, how Siri wasn't a voice control system, but a powerful, Pixar-coated way For Apple to both intermediate and starve their biggest rival, Google, and gain the most valuable data in modern business -- customer insight.

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4 years ago

Apple applies for .Apple top-level domain

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Apple applies for .Apple top-level domain

Apple is looking to secure their trademark in the world of top-level domains, along with many other mobile giants like Sony, Samsung and HTC. There were a grand total of 1,930 applicants for new URL suffixes to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. For the next 60 days, the public has the right to comment on any of the applications and the deciding panels will take it under consideration before granting top-level domains. Of geographic note, Africa and Latin America are making their first applications to the organization.

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4 years ago

Phil Schiller comments on App Store discoverability

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Phil Schiller comments on App Store discoverability

In a recent interview at WWDC, Apple's VP of Marketing Phil Schiller commented on criticism that it's hard to get noticed in the App Store. "The opportunity is the best it has ever been for software developers... Every other day you hear about another app going off the charts. You can still get discovered and get a hit overnight."

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4 years ago

BlackBerry PlayBook hacked to run iOS apps, including ours

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BlackBerry PlayBook hacked to run iOS apps, including ours

A clever dev has managed to shoehorn full-blown iOS apps onto the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Such App Store titles as Tiny Tower, Super Monkey Ball, TomTom Navigation, Sushi Cat, iFart, Frogger, Galcon, Sketchbook, and a few others. Oh, and the iMore app, of course. This has been made possible through a kind of iOS player that a developer has managed to get to work on Windows too.

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4 years ago

Speech app pulled from App Store that gave 4 year old a voice for the first time

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Speech app pulled from App Store that gave 4 year old a voice for the first time

The speech recognition app Speak For Yourself for iPad has given 4 year old Maya Nieder a voice of her own for the first time. Due to a lawsuit concerning several patents, the app has been pulled from the App Store. Her parents worry if the app is removed remotely they may lose their new found communication channel with their daughter.

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