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4 years ago

The last iPad Live ever hits the 'net tonight at 9pm ET -- Be there!

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The last iPad Live ever hits the 'net tonight at 9pm ET -- Be there!

The final episode of iPad Live comes your way tonight with a look back at CES 2012 and all the non-CES news that hit the web last week. Historic! Join us!

(And yes, we'll explain that whole final episode thing live on the show. No spoilers!)

Time: 9pm ET, 6pm PT, 2am GMT.

Place: http://www.imore.com/live

If you have any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss, just leave them in the comments then come be part of the show!

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4 years ago

Incipio shows off their 2012 iPhone case lineup including their first Eco Case

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Incipio shows off their 2012 iPhone case lineup including their first Eco Case

Live at CES 2012, accessory maker Incipio showed us their new lineup of iPhone cases, including their first cases made of recycled materials.

  • Code is a three part case that includes interchangeable, shock absorbing, translucent hexagram inserts for extra shock-absorbing power.
  • Le Deux has a padded aluminum backplate that provides a subtle, simple design with interter-changable parts for a customized look.
  • Kross incorporates a mechanical shock-absorbing design and a Santoprene center to provide extra protection against drops and impact.
  • Specialist is also shock absorbing and ready for rugged use, but is slimmer and sleeker for those who want easier portability.
  • Eco Case is the traditional Silicrylic design with a new, environmentally friendly bio-plastics and recycled plastics materials.
  • Hive Response brings the honeycomb look and extra-grip feel of Incipio's iPad and iPod line to the iPhone in a variety of fun colors.

Again, we're seeing case makers trying to figure out what they can do now that protection is covered and differentiation is the key.

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4 years ago

Incipio shows off their next generation Offgrid Pro battery case for iPhone

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Incipio shows off their next generation Offgrid Pro battery case for iPhone

Live at CES 2012, accessory maker Incipio shows us their next-generation Offgrid Pro case for iPhone. The big difference with the Offgrid Pro is that it has user-swappable batteries so that if you're going to be away from power for a really long time, you can back just as many 1700mAh cartridges as you need.

The Offgrid Pro will be available "soon", and will ship with two batteries, the charger, the case, and the band.

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4 years ago

White Diamonds shows off artistic, Swarovski encrusted cases for iPhone and iPad

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White Diamonds shows off artistic, Swarovski encrusted cases for iPhone and iPad

White Diamonds is continuing their line of artistically printed, Swarovski crystal emblazoned iPhone and iPad cases, and at CES 2012, they showed us just what they have in store this year. They fit both the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S now, and range from the simple yet elegant Arrow to the more elaborate pink grid.

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4 years ago

Singapore carriers set to launch an iPhone 4S without cameras

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Singapore carriers set to launch an iPhone 4S without cameras

According to a report by the Jakarta Globe, the iPhone 4S will soon be available in Singapore without a front or rear facing camera. One small carrier in Singapore even went live with a web page displaying pricing for a version of the iPhone 4S with no camera; it was later taken down. Whilst it was live, it showed a 64GB version of the iPhone 4S with no camera going for $900. It is thought that these models of iPhone are being made available for those in the armed forces where smartphones with cameras are banned from army camps.

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4 years ago

KO Gadget issued cease and desist order from Apple

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KO Gadget issued cease and desist order from Apple

KO Gadget posted up on their Facebook page this morning that they have received a cease and desist order from Apple over their glowing light mods.

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4 years ago

Giveaway: iMore Picks of the Week for January 14, 2012

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Giveaway: iMore Picks of the Week for January 14, 2012

Every week a few of us from team iMore will bring you our current favorite, most fun and useful App Store apps, WebApps, jailbreak apps, even the occasional accessory, web site, or desktop app if the mood strikes us. As long as they’re iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch related, they’re fair game.

To see what we picked, and to tell us your pick, follow on after the break!

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4 years ago

iPhone marimba alarm tone stops New York Philharmonic performance

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iPhone marimba alarm tone stops New York Philharmonic performance

An iPhone Marimba alarm tone brought a total halt to a performance by the New York Philharmonic whilst playing Mahler’s Symphony No. 9.

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4 years ago

ITC judges says Motorola Android phones not violating 3 Apple patents

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ITC judges says Motorola Android phones not violating 3 Apple patents

The International Trade Commission (ITC)'s Administrative Law Judge has ruled in favor of Motorola Mobility, saying the new Google acquisition and maker of fine, Corellian-styles Android phones doesn't violate 3 of Apple's multitouch patents. Scott Offer, senior vice president and general counsel for Moto, had this to say:

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4 years ago

Master the geometric world in Sketch Up for iPhone

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Master the geometric world in Sketch Up for iPhone

Sketch Up is a fun little game where you must guide and combine shapes to match up similar shapes in the designated areas. The complexity of a shape is determined by its number of sides and you must combine shapes in specific ways to change its level of complexity. The goal is to put the correct number of specific shapes in the designated areas.

I've been playing Sketch Up periodically throughout the day and have been having a lot of fun. Only a few levels were used to teach you about the game before adding more complexity and difficulty to the levels. The goal is easy to understand, but executing a plan can be quite challenging.

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4 years ago

The personal computer market -- with and without Apple's iPad

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The personal computer market -- with and without Apple's iPad

Deutsche Bank analyst Chris Whitmore has taken a red pen to IDC's graph of the personal computer market and corrected it to include Apple's iPad. The difference, of course, is industry reversing.

2011 was supposed to be the year of the Android tablet. One year later, Android tablets have failed to meet expectations and for the most part have been unsuccessful.

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4 years ago

CEO Tim Cook follows up supplier responsibility report with email to Apple employees

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CEO Tim Cook follows up supplier responsibility report with email to Apple employees

MacGenerations claims to have gotten their hands on an email to Apple employees, purportedly from CEO Tim Cook, which follows up the supplier responsibility report issued earlier today. It reads, in part:

Finding and correcting problems is not enough. Our team has built an ambitious training program to educate workers about Apple's code of conduct, workers' rights, and occupational health and safety.

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4 years ago

Daily Apps: Document Manager, Boy Loves Girl, iQuick Tweet Free, Crazy Survival, ComiXcape,

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Daily Apps: Document Manager, Boy Loves Girl, iQuick Tweet Free, Crazy Survival, ComiXcape,

Document Manager: An all-in-one document management solution for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. You can download documents from anywhere, store all your documents at one place and share or print documents easily and hassle-free.

Boy Loves Girl: Unhappy with the myth that a woman is never happy, Boy embarks on an epic adventure across vast lands in search for the ultimate gift to express his love for the girl his heart desires.

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4 years ago

CrackBerry Kevin and the $500 clock app misadventure

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CrackBerry Kevin and the $500 clock app misadventure

While we often complain about Apple's over-curation of the App Store, here's a cautionary tale about what happens when a $500 BlackBerry App World "app" meets a CrackBerry.com founder left alone in Vegas with adult supervision.

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4 years ago

iPad 3 on schedule for March release, might include quad-core chipset, LTE

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iPad 3 on schedule for March release, might include quad-core chipset, LTE

Bloomberg is reporting that Apple has begun production of the iPad 3 for an expected March 2012 release.

[iPad 3] will sport a high-definition screen, run a faster processor and work with next-generation wireless networks, according to three people familiar with the product. [..] The tablet will use a quad-core chip, an enhancement that lets users jump more quickly between applications, two of the people said.

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