Thursday, August 09, 2012
Though we’ve yet to hear a peep from Apple about their upcoming iPhone handset, it has already been pictured in a Chinese newspaper, being compared to the iPhone 4S. In their report, “the new iPhone will have a thickness of only 7.6mm, a significant reduction from the iPhone 4S’s 9.3mm frame.”
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A Reddit AMA has been going on this morning with a T-Mobile RF engineer hosting a series of questions about the network, it’s LTE capabilities, the iPhone and more. Some interesting information is getting revealed and we’ve pulled a few of the tidbits out for you here.
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Google’s extremely impressive voice search feature, Google Now, that was revamped and released with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is headed to iOS – wait what? Yup, you read that title right.
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Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Earlier today, my friend Peter Steinberger asked if there is a way to tweak the iOS simulator device size. So I investigated, and found a pretty elegant solution. Without further ado, here is how to change the size of the iOS simulator in order to test your apps in resolutions never seen before.
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What started out as pure curiosity on the part of photographer Gerry McCarthy led to a small photography CSI project. Gerry found this negative (c. 1992-1994) of me at Texas Stadium posing with another photographer.
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So far, 2012 has been a great year. I finally got an iPhone after years of using other smartphones, and the switch has been amazing in terms of personal and business efficiency. I also got a second dog named Treasure to keep dog number one, Kirov, company. During the process of researching dogs and acclimating Treasure to our home. I found 5 cool apps that are worth adding to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Have fun exploring!
Read more www.bestiphone5apps.us
The iOS 6 beta 4 which was launched just a couple of days ago has introduced to some new facts about the next iOS update. It is a very common knowledge now that the beta 4 does not have native YouTube app saying that the license period for YouTube has expired and hence this feature cannot be given as a native app.
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As a CES design award nominee, Rokform never ceases to impress with their array of iPhone and iPad accessories. If you happened to miss our Rokbed v3 Custom Case review and giveaway, you didn’t know Rokform has an extensive list of useful items designed to enhance the overall functionality of the v3 cases.
Read more www.idownloadblog.com
Camera quality in phones has increased considerably but there is one limiting factor – your hand. Gaining full control over the camera is difficult with 4 finger and a thumb independently moving in separate directions. This can result in blurry night and low light photography as well as a vacation video leaving you nauseous.
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One of the recurrent Internet memes since the successful landing of the Curiosity Mars rover has been that the iPhone has more processing power than the computer onboard the rover. It’s true—but some of the numbers touted in the rush of blog posts have been flawed. Let’s take a closer look at Curiosity’s computing power versus the iPhone 4S.
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Apple on Tuesday ordered its support staff to immediately stop processing AppleID password changes requested over the phone, following the identity hacking of Wired reporter Mat Honan over the weekend, according to Apple employees.
Read more www.wired.com
iOS 6 has added the ability to scale its screen to 1136 x 640 pixels, the rumoured resolution of the new iPhone expected to be announced September 12th. In the latest iOS Simulator, running the latest iOS 6 beta with a resolution of 1136 x 640 (which previously wasn’t possible) results in a homescreen with five dedicated rows of app icons.
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Facebook Live Widgets is a new Cydia Tweak that brings a highly coveted feature of all Android users. Widgets to iOS. The package attempts to integrate the social network giant into the home and lockscreen of your iPhone.
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Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Despite the excellent touchscreen on the iPhone, there has always been some amount of discomfort while playing certain games which depend on a virtual D-pad and buttons for input.
Bladepad, a new Kickstarter project for an iPhone case, aims to solve this problem by adding a detachable gamepad onto the back of the device which can then be used to play supported games.
Read more www.iphonehacks.com
The U.S. Apple vs Samsung trial continues today with new testimonies and evidence submitted by each party to make it case. We’re going to share with you an interesting slideshow, as posted by CNET, that shows us a variety of images in which we can compare various app icons as found on the iPhone and/or iPad and on Samsung Android devices.
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If you are one of those people who use an older device than iPhone 4/iPhone 4S, chances are that you would come across with lots of sluggishness while launching application or performing tasks. Well, if you have a JailBroken iDevice, we have a solution to eradicate this problem.
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Nuance, the company that powers a large number of tools that use voice recognition (including Apple’s Siri) launched its own Siri-like voice-powered “virtual assistant” today that developers can add to their mobile apps. The Nuance Interactive Natural Assistant (Nina) uses the company’s speech recognition technologies and combines them with voice biometrics and an understanding of natural language and the user’s intent to “deliver an interactive user experience that not only understands what is said, but also can identify who is saying it.”
Read more techcrunch.com
Let’s take our existing Clock App we created during our previous tutorials and turn it into a stopwatch. It will look similar to the standard iPhone Clock implementation. Open the ViewController.xib file and move rgw label closer to the top to make a little room for a Start/Stop button at the bottom.
Read more www.techrepublic.com
Let’s face it, losing your telephone sucks and going via replacement plans or getting to purchase a entire new device is just not that enjoyable. For the common iPhone user, there is the FindMyiPhone app, which can track down your lost or stolen telephone, but this can price as much as $100. Thankfully, there s a a lot less expensive choice accessible for all those of us who’ve jailbroken and its known as iGotYa.
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After a frosty five-year relationship—and on the heels of the highly publicized Maps breakup— YouTube and iOS have filed for divorce. And you know what? It’s the best thing that could’ve happened for Apple, for Google, and most of all for you.
Read more gizmodo.com