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4 years ago

Apple Configurator makes it easier to mass deploy and manage iPhone, iPad for business and education

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Apple Configurator makes it easier to mass deploy and manage iPhone, iPad for business and education

Apple has released a new Mac App Store app named Configurator which allows businesses and educational institutions to more easily and massively deploy and manage iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads.You can sync and manage up to 30 devices at a time including updating the OS, managing applications, profiles, backups, and more. Even if you have a large family with many iOS devices (or you work as a developer or blogger who has to test a ton of personal devices), Configurator can make your life a lot easier than iTunes ever did.

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4 years ago

Watch every March Madness game with NCAA March Madness Live for iPhone and iPad

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Watch every March Madness game with NCAA March Madness Live for iPhone and iPad

Spring is in the air which means it's the season for March Madness. With NCAA March Madness Live for iPhone and iPad, you don't have to worry about missing a game or losing track of the bracket.

NCAA March Madness Live is available for free and let's you listen to live game radio of all 67 games and has a live social chatter for teams in every game. You can also track the bracket, follow scores and player stats, get alerts for game highlights, and fil out your official NCAA Bracket Challenge bracket.

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4 years ago

The new iPad and Bluetooth 4.0: "Smart Ready" for even better wireless accessories

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The new iPad and Bluetooth 4.0: "Smart Ready" for even better wireless accessories

One quiet little addition to the new iPad is Bluetooth 4.0, complete with a little something called "Smart Ready". What does that mean, exactly? For one, it's lower-energy than the last iteration, which is always good news.

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4 years ago

The new iPad battery: Same great lifespan, tons more capacity

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The new iPad battery: Same great lifespan, tons more capacity

The new iPad clocks in at 42.5 watt-hours, which works out to 11,666 mAh. That is a solid 70% boost to capacity over the iPad 2's 6,944 mAh battery. The new iPad maintains the established 10-hour lifespan standard, and even if you're active over LTE rather than Wi-Fi, you're still getting a very respectable 9 hours of life.

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4 years ago

Turn your iPhone into a toy camera with Pop Camera

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Turn your iPhone into a toy camera with Pop Camera

Pop Camera is a collection of unique and funky camera types that will give you photos an analog, toy camera look to your photos. The really fun part? You can take anywhere from one to 16 photos at a time to be displayed at once as a collage. There is also a camera that takes double exposure shots, bringing in a whole new level of creativity.

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4 years ago

iPhoto for iOS ditches Google Maps display tiles, uses custom tiles based on OpenStreetMaps

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iPhoto for iOS ditches Google Maps display tiles, uses custom tiles based on OpenStreetMaps

It looks like Apple's new iPhoto for iOS app isn't pulling data from the tradition source, Google Maps, but is using custom Apple made tiles informed by OpenStreetMaps.

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4 years ago

Apple begins to ship initial orders for the new iPad

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Apple begins to ship initial orders for the new iPad

ooks like some of the iMore staff, readers, and forum members are already getting shipment notifications from Apple for the new iPad's they ordered on event day, March 7.

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4 years ago

Microsoft wants to put OnLive's Windows 7 iPad service "into a properly licensed scenario"

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Microsoft wants to put OnLive's Windows 7 iPad service "into a properly licensed scenario"

OnLive recently expanded from the realm of cloud gaming to providing virtual access on your iPad to a hosted Windows 7 machine, but it sounds like Microsoft isn't too thrilled about the idea. Apparently OnLive isn't currently paying licensing fees, making it hard for other cloud desktop hosting services to compete.

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4 years ago

SGP Linear Blitz Case for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 review

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SGP Linear Blitz Case for iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 review

The SGP Linear Blitz Case for iPhone 4S and iPhone is simply beautiful and the attention to detail is exquisite. The SGP Linear Blitz Case has rounded, two metallic-looking sides. The main, top part is finished in champagne gold while the the lower portion is finished in satin sliver. The back comes in red, gunmetal gray, and black. I took a look at the red version and... my, oh my.

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4 years ago

Firemint announces Flight Control Rocket for iPhone and iPad. Coming later this month!

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Firemint announces Flight Control Rocket for iPhone and iPad. Coming later this month!

Firemint has announced evolution to their classic game Flight Control -- Flight Control Rocket. It's scheduled to release later this month, just in time for the new iPad.

Leave the terrestrial skies of Earth and venture into a whole new galaxy of adventure, action and addictive, path-drawing gameplay! Relish compelling yet intuitive touch screen controls; soak in the retro Sci-Fi visuals and original music score and unlock a cast of quirky Robots to grant your mothership a competitive edge.

Check out the teaser video below!

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4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live 284: The new iPad

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iPhone & iPad Live 284: The new iPad

Georgia, Rene, and David Barnard of Appcubby are in full post-game mode, reviewing everything Apple announced at the new iPad event, including iOS 5.1, the new Apple TV, the new iPad, and more. This is iPhone & iPad Live!

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4 years ago

Rogers vs Bell vs Telus: Which 4G LTE new iPad should Canadians get?

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Rogers vs Bell vs Telus: Which 4G LTE new iPad should Canadians get?

Provided you've settled on color and storage capacity, In the U.S., you've only got two choices if you're hunting for an LTE-enabled new iPad. In Canada, things are a bit more complicated.

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4 years ago

Can you jailbreak the new iPad, AppleTV, and iOS 5.1?

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Can you jailbreak the new iPad, AppleTV, and iOS 5.1?

Will you be able to jailbreak the new iPad and the just-released iOS 5.1 software? If you're a jailbreaker like me, that's probably the first question you asked yourself following Apple's big even yesterday. I know it's the question a lot of you are asking us.

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4 years ago

iPhoto for iPhone and iPad review

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iPhoto for iPhone and iPad review

iPhoto is a fantastic photo editing tool, in some ways better than it is on the Mac, but suffers from an inexplicable lack of useful sync.

Apple has brought iPhoto to iOS. Announced alongside the new iPad, but available as a universal app for the iPhone as well, iPhoto completes Apple's mobile iLife suite and once again challenges the misconception that multitouch is better geared for content consumption than creation. iPhoto took the longest to arrive on iOS, despite being the most popular of the iLife apps. So... was it worth the wait?

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4 years ago

Path update lets you journal your runs, identify music, and more

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Path update lets you journal your runs, identify music, and more

The social networking app Path recieved a significant update, today, that allows users to journal their Nike+ runs, identify music that's playing around them, and when taking a photo, they can adjust the focus and exposure separately.

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