Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The iPhone is coming to Brazil. Again. Earlier this month, Apple finally brought its iconic handset to the country, but it turns out there’s now a second manufacturer planning to release a handset under the same name. That’s because IGB Electronica SA (under its Gradiente brand) today announced an “iphone” of its own.
Read more www.theverge.com
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Google-owned YouTube rolled out “Capture” on Monday, an iPhone- and iPod touch-centric iOS app that lets users film and share short video clips through various social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, offering yet another alternative to Apple’s first-party Camera app.
Read more appleinsider.com
Apple has released what is reportedly its final iOS 6.1 beta a few minutes ago, when it pushed out iOS 6.1 beta 4 for all iOS devices including the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple TV. Existing beta users can access the latest update via the General > Software Update section of the Settings.app.
Read more www.idownloadblog.com
Siri can already be used to complete some pretty nifty tasks, including fetching sports scores or directions across town, but having the virtual assistant manipulate things in your physical space is something entirely different. As Hack A Day reports, by combining some special Siri software with an ultra-cheap Raspberry Pi computer, forum goer DarkTherapy has come up with something truly brilliant.
Read more www.tuaw.com
Photography lovers, enthusiasts, professional photographers and iPad and Smartphone Fans alike, smile more! The popular 500px app photo application, usually designed only for the iPad, has gone universal! This is because the photography application is now compatible for both the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 devices and is now available on Apple’s iTunes store.
Read more www.mobilephonechecker.co.uk
Monday, December 17, 2012
Fabulously Retro‘s Daniel Nicolae is back with another stunning, skeuomorphically splendid app for the iPhone. We’ve already taken a look at their previous apps — Meernotes and Meernotes 2, here on Beautiful Pixels and looking at their UI you already have a very good idea of what Rollie will be like.
Read more beautifulpixels.com
In an early morning, you wake up and get your iPhone beside your bed. As usual you tap on the Cydia icon and try to download some apps but your Cydia won’t open like what it normally does. First, do not get frustrated because you can always reinstall Cydia if there is something wrong with it. Is this the first time you try to open Cydia? If yes then there may be a few reasons.
Read more www.cydiapps.net
We’re trying to constantly make it easier for you to use and install XBMC on your devices, and as a result we’ve just released quite innovative of an application. Once you’ve installed XBMC to your iPad, iPhone or iPod, you’ll now be able to configure it directly from your device itself using the new XBMCHUB Wizard for iOS.
Read more www.xbmchub.com
15 percent of iPhone passwords are: 1234, 0000, 1111, 5555, 2222, 1212
Read more keriblog.com
You may not realize it, but people with disabilities are also at a disadvantage when it comes to education. Studies show that 54 million Americans have disabilities. 28% of those with disabilities aged 25 and above barely even finished high school.
Read more edudemic.com
“Customer response to iPhone 5 in China has been incredible, setting a new record with the best first weekend sales ever in China,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “China is a very important market for us and customers there cannot wait to get their hands on Apple products.”
Read more www.engadget.com
Sunday, December 16, 2012
When users install Google Maps on their iPhone, the option to share location data with Google is switched on by default. By doing this, Google violates European data protection law, according to a German data protection watchdog. Google Maps for iPhone appeared in the App Store on Wednesday and was welcomed by many after Apple stumbled with its own maps application. Google Maps quickly became the most popular free app in the App Store.
Read more enterpriseitexperts.com
Friday, December 14, 2012
When iOS 6 launched in September, the ability to gift apps from Apple’s mobile devices disappeared. Well, it’s back – and now you can choose the exact date of delivery. Those keen to gift apps from their iOS devices this holiday season will be pleased to know Apple has recently restored the ability to do just that.
Read more www.digitaltrends.com
iOS: We’re all excited to have Google Maps back on our iPhones, but the app looses some of its usefulness because it doesn’t integrate with Siri. If you want to ask iOS’ virtual assistant for directions, however, MacStories figured out a workaround to map your favorite places with minimal effort.
Read more lifehacker.com
An unidentified hacker behind a hack called Dream Jailbreak pulled a fast one on countless iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners today with the announcement and heavy teasing of an untethered iOS 6 jailbreak, or software that lets users gain deep access to their device without fear of losing it all after rebooting.
Read more news.cnet.com
ionGrid announced today the availability of Stratos for iPhone, the industry’s first native iOS solution that enables secure mobile access to enterprise content, applications and data behind the firewall. For users, Stratos functions just like any other app on the iPhone, but it operates inside a secure ionGrid container on the device, which keeps the IT department in control of the information inside of it at all times.
Read more argentinaemprende.com
As a professional photographer & author of photography education site, I’m a self confessed lighting freak…my favourite light is called a ring light which give a wonderful shadow less glow. I’ve got one I imported for the studio and another one for my DSLR camera and for less than £10 I’ve just built one for my phone….let me show you how.
Read more www.diyphotography.net
Amazon, which rolled out a video player for Apple’s iPad earlier this year, now has an app for the iPhone. Like the iPad app, the iPhone app will let users watch video they’ve rented or bought from Amazon’s store, but won’t let them purchase video directly.
Read more allthingsd.com
Apple isn’t the only company that should feel nervous about Google’s release of a new maps app for the iPhone. Nokia may have lost whatever chance it had to get iPhone owners hooked on its mapping service.
Read more bits.blogs.nytimes.com
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
For all people who want to use their iPhone devices outside during harsh winters but without sacrificing the warmth of hands, Mujjo has created a leather touchscreen gloves in a clean contemporary and elegant style.
Read more www.extravaganzi.com