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3 years ago

Daily Tip: How to turn off Locations Services for iPhone, iPad

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Daily Tip: How to turn off Locations Services for iPhone, iPad

Paranoid about your location being known and curious how to turn off any iPhone tracking that might be going on?Location Services can be a really nice feature to have when you want to geotag a photo, checkin to a game, use turn-by-turn navigation, or find a nearby restaurant. Privacy, however, is a really important issue and sometimes it is better to switch this service off just in case. This can be done very easily, you can turn off all Location Services completely or choose which applications can access them.  It is very simple to do and we show you how, after the break!

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3 years ago

Top 25 gadget gurus you should follow -- Oh hai Rene!

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Top 25 gadget gurus you should follow -- Oh hai Rene!

Business Insider included our own managing editor, the illustrious Rene Ritchie on their Top 25 Tech And Gadget Gurus You Should Follow On Twitter.

Rene Ritchie is the French Canadian master of iPhone apps and news, editing and writing for TiPb.com, one of the most well known iOS blogs.

Follow Rene at @reneritchie

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3 years ago

This is their next iPhone 5 rumor

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This is their next iPhone 5 rumor

Huge iPhone 5 rumor from Joshua Topolsky today, as he's heard that Apple's upcoming iPhone 5 may indeed be the total redesign he first mentioned back in his Engadget days, with iPod touch-style thinness, a teardrop, MacBook Air-style chassis, a potentially edge-to screen with no bezel, and Palm Pre-style inductive charging and gesture area.

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3 years ago

Vodafone UK accidentally sells White iPhone 4, says it will officially drop "next week"

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Vodafone UK accidentally sells White iPhone 4, says it will officially drop "next week"

Adding to recent rumors of the White iPhone 4 possibly shipping on April 26 come more from Engadget, this time in the form of images from a Vodafone UK customer who was lucky enough to get their hands on one a little early. After Vodafone realized one had gotten loose, they sent out a notice to halt all sales of the White iPhone 4 until next week.

we've secured a few images of a 16GB model from a separate source that has seemingly made its way into the hands of one lucky customer (read: bloke) over in Britain [...] Voda sent out a notice to halt sale of these gems "until next week."

Apparently a Vodafone sales rep rang up the White iPhone 4 as a Black 16gb model in their point-of-sale system before the company told its employees not to sell units carrying the MC604B/A model number. The current UK 16gb Black iPhone 4 has a model number of MC603B/A, with the '4' presumably representing the difference in color for that capacity.

Apple has repeatedly gone on the record saying the White iPhone 4 would come out "this spring", but that window is quickly closing. With these new images could we actually be on the verge of seeing real unicorns White iPhone 4 units in-hand by the month's end? Let us know what you think in the comments and hit the jump for more photos!

[Engadget]

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3 years ago

Twitterrific updates brings iPad 2 camera support and much more

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Twitterrific updates brings iPad 2 camera support and much more

Twitterrific just received a huge update and brings many new features, improvements and bug fixes.

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3 years ago

New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Friday, April 22

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Friday, April 22

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!

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3 years ago

TiPb Asks: Do you update your apps?

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TiPb Asks: Do you update your apps?

Do you update your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad apps? It might sound like a strange questions given Apple's easy "Update All" button, but not everybody does. At least, I don't. I never update an app unless it's added a new feature or game level I want, or fixes a bug that I care about. I'm not a slacker -- okay, I'm not just a slacker -- I've had apps that worked perfectly in the past be totally ruined by a bad update, be it a horrible new feature or a really buggy release. So now I leave well enough alone and don't update until I have to.

Am I the in the minority here? Do all of you update religiously or are some of you more hesitant (or lazy!) like me? At the moment I have 51 app updates pending for my iPhone 4, how many do you have?

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3 years ago

iPhone 6 to support LTE in 2012 via Qualcomm MDM9615?

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iPhone 6 to support LTE in 2012 via Qualcomm MDM9615?

Mickey Papillon nailed the Verizon iPhone and the chipset it would be using a year before it was announced, so when he says LTE just might be coming to iPhone 6 in 2012 via the Qualcomm MDM9615, we're going to pay attention.

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3 years ago

Jailbreak app store, Cydia still suffering post-Amazon EC2 outage

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Jailbreak app store, Cydia still suffering post-Amazon EC2 outage

Amazon EC2, their cloud hosting solution, has been struggling with outages over the last day or so, taking down a lot of popular web services including the Cydia Store for Jailbreak users, FourSquare, among others.

While Amazon's EC2 status board shows things are back to normal, a bunch of Jailbreak readers (and some of our own #TeamJailbreak writers) still can't access Cydia.

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3 years ago

iTunes music streaming service already approved by two major music labels?

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iTunes music streaming service already approved by two major music labels?

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s news that Apple was ready to launch its iTunes music streaming service, All Things Digital is now reporting that Apple already has deals in place with two of the major music labels.

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