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3 years ago

Poll: Are you getting a white iPhone 4?

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Poll: Are you getting a white iPhone 4?

Are you getting a white iPhone 4?survey software

Are you getting a white iPhone 4? If rumors are to be be believed, tomorrow is the day you can finally get your hands on the very nearly mythic device. Almost 10 months after Apple announced it at WWDC 2010, it should be going on sale at Apple Stores, Best Buy, and a variety of carrier stores world wide.

Have you waited this long to update? Will you be swapping your nearly identical black iPhone 4 for white? Or do you have absolutely no interest at all in this and just want Apple to get on with iPhone 5 already?

Vote in the poll and give us the details in the comments!

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3 years ago

Sony announce two tablets to take on the iPad [the competition]

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Sony announce two tablets to take on the iPad [the competition]

Sony has just unveiled two tablets to take on the iPad 2. The two models will be known as the Sony S1 and Sony S2; both will run Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb. The S1 is aimed squarely at the iPad form factor and comes with a 9.4-inch screen. It will feature a Tegra 2 processor and will have 3G/4G cellular data and WiFi. An IR (infra-red) port is included as standard, to control Sony’s line of Bravia televisions. Sony’s Playstation Network will also be accessible.

The S2 is the interesting model as the form factor is totally different to anything we have seen before. It has two folding 5.5-inch screens that can work together or independently.

Not many more details are available at this stage as Sony say specifications are subject to change. The two models are slated for a release in the fall of this year.

Take a look at the short promo video after the break, then pop back here and let us know what your think of Sony’s tablets in the comments!

[Android Central/a>]

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3 years ago

Steve Jobs cast in carbonite, an iPhone case for Star Wars and Apple fans

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Steve Jobs cast in carbonite, an iPhone case for Star Wars and Apple fans

If you are a huge Steve Jobs fan and also can’t get enough of the Star Wars film franchise, then your dreams may have just come true. Society 6 has just released a rather unique iPhone case that has Steve Jobs cast in a carbonite case.

The case is meant to resemble Han Solo being frozen and imprisoned in carbonite by Darth Vader, in the film “The Empire Strikes Back”, this time however, it is Steve Jobs instead of Han.

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3 years ago

iPad Live 53: Season 2

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iPad Live 53: Season 2

Georgia, Chad, and Rene kick off a whole new year of iPad by talking... PlayBook and Xoom? Plus iTunes Streaming, Samsung countersues, locationgate redux, and the week in apps. This is iPad Live!

Complete show notes for the week in iPad after the break!

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3 years ago

Daily Tip: How to create a multiplayer game via Game Center

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Daily Tip: How to create a multiplayer game via Game Center

Getting into iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad gaming and curious how to start a multiplayer online session with your friends? iOS has become a huge platform for gaming so it comes as no surprise Apple created Game Center to fill just that multiplayer need. Hit the jump to find out how to get in on the action!

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3 years ago

White iPhone 4 hits Bell Canada's ordering system

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White iPhone 4 hits Bell Canada's ordering system

Lest you thought Canadians would be left out of this Wednesday, April 27 white iPhone 4 launch, TiPb Forum member [Oleary54](http://forums.imore.com/apple-news-rumors/211720-bell-white-iphone-4-a.html snuck us this picture showing the near-legendary device sitting all comfy like in Bell Canada's ordering system.

So Canadians, who is breaking open the looney bank this Wednesday?

[Thanks oleary54]

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3 years ago

Steve Jobs replies to email regarding location tracking, Apple now facing legal action

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Steve Jobs replies to email regarding location tracking, Apple now facing legal action

One of MacRumors readers has supposedly managed to get an email response from Apple CEO, Steve Jobs regarding the recent location tracking controversy

The question:

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3 years ago

How to unlock your iPhone on iOS 4.3.2 via Ultrasn0w (Mac only)

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How to unlock your iPhone on iOS 4.3.2 via Ultrasn0w (Mac only)

Ultrasn0w has been updated by the Dev Team to include support for unlocking iOS 4.3.2. So if you've been holding off on upgrading and waiting patiently (or impatiently) for an unlock, you can now have your cake and eat it too! As always, you'll need to be running a compatible baseband version (meaning don't upgrade to 4.3.2 via iTunes!) Hit the jump for a walk-through!

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3 years ago

iPhone 5 photos with 3.7" display - real, fake, or really fake?

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iPhone 5 photos with 3.7" display - real, fake, or really fake?

M.I.C Gadget got their hands on some photos of what could be a prototype iPhone 5 with a larger display in the white varient. The unit looks to have a 3.7" screen with edge-to-edge glass running an unknown version of iOS and a new proximity sensor reported to be included in the official White iPhone 4. Or it could be a KIRF.

iPhone 5 rumors have been escalating recently, and this latest photo adds no real clarity to the mix. On one hand we have Joshua Topolsky's 4-inch display with a teardrop MacBook Air-style chassis, on the other, the same design as the iPhone 4 with a faster processor and better graphics? Or neither?

Your guess is as good as ours at this point. Check out the pics

[MIC Gadget]

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3 years ago

Developer Spotlight: James Thomson of TLA Systems

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Developer Spotlight: James Thomson of TLA Systems

TiPb's developer spotlights are like DVD/iTunes Extras for the App Store -- a weekly look behind the scenes at the programers and designers that bring you the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games you love. This week Rene talks with James Thomson of TLA Systems, and PCalc fame.

What's your name? James Thomson

What's your company called? TLA Systems - and yes, that does stand for "Three Letter Acronym". It was originally a fake company name I made up with friends to get us into trade shows while we were still students. I kept using it, and now it's a real company employing myself and my wife.

Where are you located? We're based in my native Glasgow, on the west coast of Scotland. It can be a bit dark, cold, and wet, but I wouldn't want to live anywhere else - you need the dark to appreciate the light.

What's your website address? http://www.tla-systems.co.uk/ and http://www.pcalc.com/

What's your Twitter handle? I'm @jamesthomson - that's my personal account, but I tend to use it for work too.

What are some of your apps? Our main app on iOS is the scientific calculator PCalc, which is in turn based on PCalc for Mac OS X. We're also known for DragThing, the dock app that pre-dates Mac OS X.

What other apps do you currently like? NanoStudio is great for writing music on the move - it's more powerful than GarageBand in many ways, and runs on my phone. I'm not really a musician, but I do enjoy tinkering. Shazam still seems like magic to me - it's invaluable for identifying background music on TV and in shops. RedLaser is the best app I've come across for barcode and QR code scanning. The Chambers Dictionary and The Chambers Thesaurus apps are also both very good. I'm also still playing Game Dev Story - it's a game all developers and journalists should play!

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