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4 years ago

Motorola lawsuit forces Apple to disable iCloud and MobileMe push email in Germany

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Motorola lawsuit forces Apple to disable iCloud and MobileMe push email in Germany

Unfortunate and possibly infuriating news for German iCloud and MobileMe users today, as Apple has apparently been forced to turn off push email as a result of a lawsuit by Motorola Mobility.

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4 years ago

Re-live every iPhone TV advertisement starting with the original 2007 “Hello”

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Re-live every iPhone TV advertisement starting with the original 2007 “Hello”

If you are feeling nostalgic or just have some time to kill, you can now re-live every single advert that Apple has made for its iPhone device. The iPhone was first introduced back in 2007 and the first advert to hit our screens was called “Hello”.

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4 years ago

Do you want Apple to get rid of the 30-pin dock connector? [Poll]

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Do you want Apple to get rid of the 30-pin dock connector? [Poll]

Do you want Apple to get rid of the 30-pin dock connector?

Earlier today we posted a story about Apple moving to replace the 30-pin dock connector with a new "micro dock" to save precious space in the next generation iPhone.

On one hand it's a bold move, dumping something everyone's familiar with for something new, which is very typically Apple. On the other hand, it's not dumping it for something really, truly new, like Palm-style inductive wireless charging.

While a lot of accessories would continue to work as long as they or Apple provided an adapter, some might not, and then you'd have to buy them again. And if you have a lot of accessories or even cables, it's either impractical to get an adapter for each one, or annoying to keep having to switch the adapter.

Rene laid out a good case for why Apple could be getting ready to pull the trigger on a smaller dock connector, so now we want to hear what you think about it. Do you want Apple to ditch the current dock? Pro or con or couldn't care less?

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4 years ago

Apple acquires Chomp, set to revamp search and discovery for App Store apps

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Apple acquires Chomp, set to revamp search and discovery for App Store apps

Apple has acquired Chomp, a search and discovery app for the iPhone that helps users find the best-of-the-best apps in the App Store. Apple plans to utilize Chomp's proprietary algorithms and technology to improve discoverability and user experience, presumably both on the mobile and desktop versions of the App Store.

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4 years ago

Fairly split a meal tab with Billr for iPhone

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Fairly split a meal tab with Billr for iPhone

There are a countless number of tip calculators in the App Store, but what sets Billr apart from the crowd is that it offers a way to quickly and fairly split a bill, including tax and tip. By fairly, I mean that instead of an even split, each member of the group only pays for the items that they ordered and tax and tip on just those items.

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4 years ago

Apple getting ready to ditch the traditional iPhone, iPad, and iPod dock connector

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Apple getting ready to ditch the traditional iPhone, iPad, and iPod dock connector

An updated "micro dock" would make room for bigger batteries, 4G radios, and other iPhone and iPad components far more important in a PC free world.

iMore has learned that Apple is getting ready to ditch the dock connector as it's currently sized and implemented on iPods, iPhones, and iPads. The reason isn't anything political, like a new desire to conform to an outdated micro-USB standard, but typically Apple: to save space inside the iPhone 5 for what are now more important components.

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4 years ago

Everyone wants a piece of the iPhone

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Everyone wants a piece of the iPhone

For a few years every hot new hero phone that hit the market was dubbed "iPhone killer" and lavished with link-bait praise for a week or so, until users hit usability walls, and the link-baiters were on to the next, hot new "iPhone killer".

Nothing killed the iPhone, of course. It couldn't be killed. It wasn't only a smart phone, it was a great phone that was smartly conceived and executed.

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4 years ago

iPhone 5 design: Crescent-shaped concept

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iPhone 5 design: Crescent-shaped concept

What would an iPhone 5 look like if Apple's design department turned to the Magic Mouse for inspiration? That's the question ciccaresedesign attempts to answer with this sleek, curved iPhone 5 concept rendering.

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4 years ago

T-Mobile sees Q4 slump, blames everyone else having an iPhone 4S

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T-Mobile sees Q4 slump, blames everyone else having an iPhone 4S

T-Mobile had a rough final quarter of 2011, and openly pointed the finger at iPhone 4S launches on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon as the cause. Total revenues at T-Mobile were $5.2 billion, down from $5.4 billion in Q4 2010, and customer losses amounted 526,000 for the quarter, compared to a 23,000 customer loss at the same time last year. Here's some of the more detailed financial information.

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4 years ago

Apple and Foxconn offer ABC clarifications on iFactory tour report

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Apple and Foxconn offer ABC clarifications on iFactory tour report

The other night, ABC's Nightline got to investigate the humanitarian conditions of Apple's factories, and though there were certainly some interesting findings, there are a few details that Apple and Foxconn wanted to clarify.

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4 years ago

Fix the iPad's tiny, tinny sound with Zooka Wireless Speaker

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Fix the iPad's tiny, tinny sound with Zooka Wireless Speaker

The Zooka Wireless speaker bar is a cool Kickstarter project that aims, though a mix of Bluetooth technology and cool design, to bring high quality audio to your iPad.

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4 years ago

Apple launches "Mastered for iTunes" section on the iTunes Store

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Apple launches "Mastered for iTunes" section on the iTunes Store

Apple has been working with musical artists and their sound engineers to offer up the highest encoding practices possible for submissions to the iTunes Store, and has now begun to showcase some of that work, launching a new "Mastered for iTunes" section on the iTunes Store.

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4 years ago

Mujjo fisheye lens review: Fun photography accessory for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch [Giveaway]

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Mujjo fisheye lens review: Fun photography accessory for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch [Giveaway]

"The Mujjo fisheye is a great little novelty lets that's cute, small, easy to carry, and a lot of fun to play around with, especially for kids."

The Mujjo fisheye lens is an incredibly inexpensive way to try out fisheye photography on your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad -- or almost any smartphone or tablet. A fisheye lens is designed to take extremely wide-angle pictures, so wide that it becomes almost spherical for still photographs. That means, however, you can get a lot more content -- people, scenery, etc. -- into a shot than is possible with a standard lens. It also means that pictures are often warped to almost comical levels. But that's really the point.

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4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm ET/2am GMT

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iPhone & iPad Live tonight at 9pm ET/2am GMT

ATTENTION PROGRAMS: The best damn iOS podcast on the grid returns tonight to fight for the users with all the news, spotlights, apps, and accessories you can handle. It's like bio-digital jazz, man!

Want to go full screen? Head to iMore.com/live. Want to watch via iPhone or iPad? Grab the Ustream app and search for "mobilenations"!

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