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4 years ago

Flash, iPhone 4S jailbreak, Home screens, iTunes match [From the Forums]

4 years ago

Steve Jobs tribute painting made in real time [video]

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Steve Jobs tribute painting made in real time [video]

Artist Aaron Kizer has made a painting as a tribute to Steve Jobs. What is so special about that? Well he did it live at the 11th Hour Live Music and Arts Show in Kentucky and it was all captured on video in real time.

It starts off as a few white brush strokes on a black wall but soon starts to take shape. In just over six minutes, the painting is finished and it is all done to music too. I am sure you will agree, the end result is stunning! Take a look at the video and let us know what you think!

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4 years ago

Netflix revamping its iPad app, new look and more content coming soon

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Netflix revamping its iPad app, new look and more content coming soon

Netflix is currently revamping its Netflix iPad app to bring it into line with its just updated apps on other platforms. The new update will include a complete redesign of the user interface.

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4 years ago

iOS Bugs: All apps stuck on "Waiting" to install

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iOS Bugs: All apps stuck on "Waiting" to install

After updating to iOS 5.0.1 via iTunes and rebooting, I found all the App Store apps installed on my iPhone were suddenly waiting to download. That's right. All of them. Just "Waiting". Unable to launch.

I tried force-quitting the App Store app. I tried rebooting. I tried resetting. I logged into and out of the App Store app. I checked if there were any iTunes Store downloads, like podcasts, that might have gotten "stuck" (there weren't). I checked if any large apps like Navigon were slowly -- very slowly -- downloading (they didn't appear to be.) I tried re-syncing with iTunes on my desktop (the apps came back, still waiting).

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4 years ago

Daily Tip: How to set up a free iCloud account with iOS 5

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Daily Tip: How to set up a free iCloud account with iOS 5

New to iPhone, iPad touch, or iPad and curious how to set up one of Apple's new, free iCloud accounts? Not only is iCloud great for email, calendar, and contacts, it also lets you backup your important settings and information. Luckily, creating a new iCloud account is a very simple process.

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4 years ago

Mobile Nations 10: The F-word

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Mobile Nations 10: The F-word

Phil Nickinson, Rene Ritchie, and special guest Michael DeGusta talk about fragmentation, legacy, forks, and flexibility and how they challenge developers, designers, but most importantly -- consumers. This is a Mobile Nations Special Edition!

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4 years ago

Apple adds Bob Iger to Board of Directors, names names Art Levinson Chairman

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Apple adds Bob Iger to Board of Directors, names names Art Levinson Chairman

Apple has announced that Bob Iger, President and CEO of Disney is joining their board of directors, and that Genetech's Art Levinson would be assuming the role as Chairman of the Board.

"Art has made enormous contributions to Apple since he joined the board in 2000,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “He has been our longest serving co-lead director, and his insight and leadership are incredibly valuable to Apple, our employees and our shareholders.”

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4 years ago

Prior to iPhone launch, Steve Jobs wanted to replace carriers

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Prior to iPhone launch, Steve Jobs wanted to replace carriers

Nancy Gohring over at IDG/Macworld quotes John Stanton, Chairman of Trilogy Partnerships, as saying that, prior to launching the iPhone in 2007, he spent a couple of years with Steve Jobs trying to figure out how to do it without the likes of AT&T or Verizon.

He wanted to replace carriers. He and I spent a lot of time talking about whether synthetically you could create a carrier using Wi-Fi spectrum. That was part of his vision.

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4 years ago

App Giveaway: BallAHolic for iPhone and iPad

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App Giveaway: BallAHolic for iPhone and iPad

BallAHolic is a new game for the iPhone and iPad that claims to have the "biggest balls in the App Store". In this game, you must guide Uberhero through a 3D world with a lazor beam. He's stuck in this world filled with balls, keys, and monsters, and you're the only one who can help him.

I am having so much fun playing BallAholic! The graphics are great and the gameplay is really fun. The game opens up with an fun intro that tells the story about who Uberhero is and how he got stuck in this strange world. BallAHolic is a game that I can technically pick up and play for just a few minutes, but end up playing for much longer.

Check out the video trailer below!

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4 years ago

Rumor: Discounted Apple TV 2 leads to Apple TV 3 speculation

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Rumor: Discounted Apple TV 2 leads to Apple TV 3 speculation

Some major retailers seem to be selling the Apple TV 2 at a discount, leading 9to5Mac and TechCrunch to speculate a new model may be incoming and soon.

It's also being tagged as the 2010 Apple TV, leading to further speculation a 2011 model is nigh, though I think the Apple TV 2 has been referred to as Apple TV (2010) almost from launch to differentiate it from the original, non-iOS model.

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4 years ago

Apple advises developers on iTunes Connect holiday shutdown

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Apple advises developers on iTunes Connect holiday shutdown

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Apple has sent out their customer note to app developers that iTunes Connect, the web-based backend for managing app submission, updating, and reporting, will once again shut down for a week.

iTunes Connect will be temporarily shut down from Thursday, December 22 to Thursday, December 29 for the winter holidays.

During this shutdown, the following functionality will be unavailable:

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4 years ago

Daily Apps: Virus War Game, KILLMAG, Audium, PufferPops, Gumi Bounce

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Daily Apps: Virus War Game, KILLMAG, Audium, PufferPops, Gumi Bounce

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Virus War Game: A real time strategy, that demands immediate decisions, cold foresight, accurate and well co-ordinated actions. This is the world, where every action determines the fate of the battle. Head the colony and lead it to the victory. [$0.99 for iPhone - App Store link]

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4 years ago

How to subscribe to and set up iTunes Match

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How to subscribe to and set up iTunes Match

Apple just recently launched their iTunes Match service for users in the United States. Subscribing to the service is just about as easy as making an App Store or iTunes music purchase. Once you're all set up you'll be able to access your iTunes library via iCloud from devices such as your AppleTV without physically having a computer to stream from.

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4 years ago

Capta mount gains Kickstarter funding, an all in one stand, cable management and tripod mount [video]

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Capta mount gains Kickstarter funding, an all in one stand, cable management and tripod mount [video]

The Capta mount is an all in one stand, cable management and tripod mount designed for the iPhone and other smartphones. It has just received Kickstarter funding with double the pledges required and there are still seven days to go.

Designed by two freelance designers, Bojan Smiljanic and Adewale Adelusi-Adeluyi they set about originally creating a simple and elegant tripod mount. That has now expanded and the Capta can be used for many more things. The Capta is made from airplane grade aluminium and has a adhesive pad that can hold an iPhone securely. There is also a groove for cable management as well as threaded hole for a tripod attachment.

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4 years ago

Siri security protocol cracked, now possible to run on any device

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Siri security protocol cracked, now possible to run on any device

The guys from Applidium claim to have cracked Siri’s security protocol and it could open the floodgates to third party developers and of course other hardware too. There is a downside, in order to use Siri on one of these other devices; you still need to have a UDID of an iPhone 4S device. A UDID is a Unique Device Identifier and is a 40 character unique number assigned to every iPhone.

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