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4 years ago

iPhone 4S demand finally satisfied, all models now in stock for next day delivery

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4 years ago

Case-Mate POP! Case with Stand for iPad 2 review

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Case-Mate POP! Case with Stand for iPad 2 review

The Case-Mate Pop! Case with Stand for the iPad 2 brings the same blend of protection and kickstand-enabled performance to the iPad 2 as it’s younger, smaller sibling does for the iPhone 4S. And like with the iPhone version, that’s a very good thing.

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4 years ago

Hands on with the Crimson cases, sticker skins, and edgings for iPhone

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Hands on with the Crimson cases, sticker skins, and edgings for iPhone

Crimson makes some colorful, sparkly cases, skins, and edgings for the iPhone, and I know this because while at Macworld 2012, I noticed a couple people sporting them around the antennas of their iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S's. This is what drew me towards Crimson's booth.

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4 years ago

This was our Macworld

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This was our Macworld

This was our Macworld. Other Macworlds were different. But this one was ours.

Macworld | iWorld 2012 was not the event of old, where Steve Jobs put sneaker to keynote stage and introduced us to everything from the iPhone to the MacBook Air, and where Apple's massive booth, and the massive booths of countless accessory makers, filled Moscone to capacity.

Apple has held their iPad keynotes -- and just recently the education event -- outside of Macworld, at a time and place of their own choosing. And CES has made a concerted effort to steal away the accessory booths, and now has more iPhone and iPad cases in their halls than any person, sane or otherwise, would ever want to walk through at any one time.

Some would say they tried to take the heart from Macworld, but all they took was the keynote and the bigger booths. Macworld's heart, it turns out, was never in either of those things. It was in the community. And it endures.

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4 years ago

Apple updates Airport Utility for OS X Lion, makes it look just like iPhone, iPad version

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4 years ago

Hands on with Color Splash Studio for iPhone

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4 years ago

Manage your Sprint account on your iPhone with Sprint Mobile Zone for

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Manage your Sprint account on your iPhone with Sprint Mobile Zone for

Sprint has released an iPhone app for their customers called Sprint Mobile Zone. With this app, users can access their Sprint accounts, check out promotions, and read Sprint news. Non-account holders may also use the app to check your power consumption and running resources and find Apple and Sprint stores.

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4 years ago

Voice Calendar, flickr hd, Girlfriend 411, TextVite, World Tree With Dragons [Daily Apps]

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Voice Calendar, flickr hd, Girlfriend 411, TextVite, World Tree With Dragons [Daily Apps]

Voice Calendar: Create calendar items on your iPhone with your voice.

flickr hd: Displays a new photo from your public flickr photostream, your flickr.com favourites, or a custom flickr search every minute. Currently on sale!

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4 years ago

How to tell if your iPhone 3GS has an older or newer bootrom [jailbreak tip]

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How to tell if your iPhone 3GS has an older or newer bootrom [jailbreak tip]

Want to jailbreak and unlock but need to know how to tell what bootrom your iPhone 3GS is running? There are two numbers in your settings that will be a dead giveaway as to what bootrom your phone has. You'll need to know how to determine your bootrom in certain situations if you want to achieve a software unlock.

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4 years ago

Apple fights off iPhone scalpers in Hong Kong with new lottery reservation system

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Apple fights off iPhone scalpers in Hong Kong with new lottery reservation system

Apple has put an online lottery reservation system in place for iPhone 4S pre-orders in order to prevent scalpers from reserving iPhones. This comes after initial sales were cancelled due to riots and crowds.

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4 years ago

Wisconsin settlement funds from Microsoft being used to buy iPads for education

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Wisconsin settlement funds from Microsoft being used to buy iPads for education

Wisconsin plans to use settlement funds from Microsoft to buy 1,400 iPads for educational use. The settlement funds from Microsoft are related to a suit in which consumers claimed Microsoft was overcharging its consumers for software. The iPads are being paid for with $3.4 million in funds from the almost $80 million total that Microsoft agreed to pay to the state.

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4 years ago

Monday Brief: Rubinstein leaves HP, Kevin talks to RIM CEO Thorsten Heins, and more!

4 years ago

Mujjo gloves, SOULCALIBUR, Otterbox cases, Inside Apple, and more! [Contest Winners]

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Mujjo gloves, SOULCALIBUR, Otterbox cases, Inside Apple, and more! [Contest Winners]

If there's one thing iMore loves even more than iPhones and iPads, it's giving cool iPhone and iPad accessories and apps to our awesome readers. This week we have...

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4 years ago

Paper books vs. iBooks and Kindle books

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Paper books vs. iBooks and Kindle books

There's an interesting debate taking place about the merits and virtues of modern electronic books like Apple's iBooks or Amazon's Kindle books and their traditional counterparts -- old fashioned paper bound and proper.

They're qualitatively different, inarguably. The feel of board and cloth and leather is warm and textured compared to the crisp coolness of glass, aluminum, and plastic. The gentle sound of pages flipping is vastly different than a tap or swipe or click. The sharp smell of a fresh new novel or musky scent of an old tome exists in a different dimension from the relative sterility of chips and displays.

Yet the weight, permanence, and nostalgia of traditional books can be a disadvantage when it comes to carrying them, correcting them, and moving the state of the art of knowledge forward once again.

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4 years ago

Hands on with iCookbook for iPhone and iPad

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Hands on with iCookbook for iPhone and iPad

iCookbook is an iPhone and iPad app that will help you plan, prepare, and cook your meals. One of its unique features is the support for voice commands. While cooking, it is not uncommon to have your hands covered in matter that you do not want transferred to you iPad's screen, so instead of using you hands to navigate around the app, you can use your voice. It also includes features that you would expect to find in any good cooking app such as detailed, customizable recipes, shopping lists, social sharing, and the ability to add your own recipes.

We interviewed the folks at Publications International and took a closer look at Macworld 2012

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