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3 years ago

Apple changes policy on how they check for water damage on iPods

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Apple changes policy on how they check for water damage on iPods

A source told BGR that Apple has changed the screening process they utilize to determine if an iPod has been damage due to water intrusion. Apple utilizes what is known as Liquid Contact Indicators in their mobile devices. In the event moisture comes into contact with these LCIs they become activated which will in turn let an Apple representative know that there was been water damage.

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3 years ago

Has Apple removed network AirPrint from iOS 4.2?

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Has Apple removed network AirPrint from iOS 4.2?

It looks like Apple might have removed or postponed network AirPrint functionality from iOS 4.2. When Apple first announced AirPrint they said it would support both specifically compatible printers and printers attached to your Mac or Windows PC as long as they were on the same network as your iPhone or iPad. Now, according to MacStories:

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3 years ago

Skyfire browser also coming to iPad

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Skyfire browser also coming to iPad

Skyfire has announced via its official that it is working on a version of their Flash-to-H.264 transcoding browser specifically for the iPad.

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3 years ago

Washington Post app for iPad

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Washington Post app for iPad

The Washington Post has launched an iPad app and while newspapers (and magazines) are still struggling to find their way towards the digital future, by the looks of the video below, their marketing departments are becoming savvy and fast.

Yes it would be nice to have an iNewstand for periodicals. Yes it would be great if Apple and publishing outlets to come to an agreement on subscription plans and customer data. Yes it would be tremendous if it all just worked and I could wake up every morning and have my newspapers and magazines already downloaded and waiting for me, Kindle-style but iPad-quality. But for now it's at least interesting to watch the various companies experiment with apps.

If you've checked out Washington Post for iPad, let us know what you think.

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3 years ago

Last chance to help TiPb beat Android Central and CrackBerry - Win an iPad from Waze update!

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Last chance to help TiPb beat Android Central and CrackBerry - Win an iPad from Waze update!

This is it folks -- only one day left and TiPb and Android Central are still too close to call in the great Waze iPad give-away contest, and CrackBerry.com isn't slowing down either.

We need you to dig deep. We need you to eat as many TiPb icons on Waze as possible so that we can nab bragging rights and you have a chance to win an iPad. Now not to get all Lord of the Rings about it but...

Hear me TiPb nation! It shall be an iPhone day, a Waze day ere the dawn rises! Drive now. Drive NOW! For TiPb and the contest's ending!

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3 years ago

Slider cases for iPhone 4 pulled from Apple Stores due to "Glassgate"?

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Slider cases for iPhone 4 pulled from Apple Stores due to "Glassgate"?

According to Cult of Mac, Apple's retail stores are no longer selling slider cases for the iPhone 4 because of what's been referred to as "Glassgate" - the scratching and cracking of the iPhone 4's glass due to trapped dirt. Even cases that are part of Apple's "made for iPhone" program are reportedly being pulled.

Glassgate may or not be real, but it looks like Apple is trying to find out. A source in the case industry has confirmed that Apple is suspending the sale of all slider cases and testing them one by one in a secret facility.

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3 years ago

Iconfactory teases Astronut for iPhone [video]

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Iconfactory teases Astronut for iPhone [video]

Astronut is a new iPhone game coming this holiday season from the Iconfactory, makers of Twitterrific, Ramp Champ, and other well-known iOS titles. Chock full of cosmic-scale, arcade-style action, Astronut promises 24 levels across 6 sectors, and full support for Apple's Game Center. And as with most things they put pixel and code to, it looks frakking awesome.

Iconfactory's Gedeon Maheux told TiPb:

"I firmly believe Astronut is our finest entertainment title to date. We’ve crafted the game play to be fun and addicting, while creating the beautiful graphics users love to see on the stunning retina display on iPhone and iPod touch. We can't wait to get it into player's hands."

Check out the teaser trailer after the break!

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3 years ago

Daily Tip: Keyboard shortcuts for punctuation and more

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Daily Tip: Keyboard shortcuts for punctuation and more

Interested in how to speed up your typing by quickly inserting punctuation with your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad keyboard? Annoyed at having to press multiple buttons, at having to tap the '123' option and then selecting the punctuation, then needing to press the 'ABC" option again to continue typing? Well this is the tip for you and we'll show you how after the break!

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3 years ago

Report: iPhone 4 least likely to malfunction, most likely to shatter

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Report: iPhone 4 least likely to malfunction, most likely to shatter

In a report by SquareTrade, a company that sells extended warranties for many mobile devices, Apple's iPhone 4 was found to be the device least likely to have electronic malfunctions. However, it also had the highest likelihood of breaking when dropped. From TechCrunch:

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3 years ago

2010 TiPb Award for Favorite Navigation App goes to...!

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2010 TiPb Award for Favorite Navigation App goes to...!

Your votes have been counted, your voices have been heard, and we're proud to announce the 2010 TiPb Readers Choice Award for Favorite Navigation App goes to... NAVIGON Mobile Navigator!

NAVIGON MobileNavigator has been at the forefront turn-by-turn navigation apps since Apple brought the functionality to the iPhone. Now, with iOS 4's multitasking background location services, and the latest updates and enhancements to MobileNavigator, not only does it rival traditional dedicated GPS units, but in many ways surpasses them.

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