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Monday, March 17, 2014

We recently published an article showing you how to view the metadata of iPhone photos, including EXIF and GPS data. Being able to view the metadata of your iPhone photos is great, but being able to delete that metadata, and maybe more importantly deleting geolocation tags from these photos can actually be even more helpful.

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It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity. And Apple’s next iPhone may feel it just like you do. Expected to arrive this year, the iPhone 6 could come equipped with its own barometer to automatically detect the temperature, humidity, and air pressure, according to ESM-China analyst Sun Changxu.

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Saturday, March 15, 2014

The point in the attached chart—at Q4 2013—where the rising blue tide touches the fading brown line represents a milestone in the history of telephony, according to mobile analyst Chetan Sharma. That’s when mobile carriers started making more money moving customers’ data than they made selling voice-calling plans.

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Microsoft has full versions of Office for iPhone and iPad ready for release, and now all it has to do is allegedly pull the trigger. It’s up to newly-appointed CEO Satya Nadell to make the call, according to Reuters.

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Friday, March 14, 2014

The iPhone, it’s safe to say, is big in Japan. Toward the end of last year, three out of every four smartphones sold in Japan was an iPhone, according to market researcher Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. Tim Cook said during Apple’s most recent earnings call that its phone sales in the country shot up 40% after it signed a deal with NTT Docomo.

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When getting a new smartphone (or any device for that matter), it’s easy to become conscious that you’re carrying around what is an expensive and valuable device. With high-end smartphones costing well over €500, it means that you will want to take care of it. Yet accidents happen, screens get cracked, devices become faulty and sometimes bad luck can result in your phone being stolen.

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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Ready to see what your iPhone or iPad will look like after the next big update? Leaked screenshots purported to show iOS 8 suggest that apps are coming from your Mac to your phone as well as Apple’s own fitness tracker.

Read more crave.cnet.co.uk



iOS 7, in general, has been a challenge for low-vision users. Many of the stylistic choices such as transparency and lack of contrast and clearly defined buttons have made iOS difficult for some to see. This is made more challenging because vision is so variable. What works for one low-vision user is unlikely to work for another.

Read more www.macworld.com


Wednesday, March 12, 2014

With the highly-anticipated release of iOS 7.1, Apple has reportedly patched up several key exploits used in evasi0n7 and thereby rendering the jailbreak useless for those devices already running the new update. Evad3rs have strictly advised users with jailbroken devices running iOS 7 through iOS 7.0.6 to skip iOS 7.1 update in order to preserve existing jailbreak tweaks and apps.

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

In a backhanded compliment, the security notes accompanying today’s release of iOS 7.1 thank the jailbreaking hacker team known as Evad3rs—known for their jailbreaking software, Evasi0n—for finding several security flaws, which iOS 7.1 patches. Ironically, these discoveries are also what made the Evasi0n jailbreaking software work, and thus iOS 7.1 “breaks” the software and un-jailbreaks any iOS devices using Evasi0n.

Read more www.macnn.com



Apple has just rolled out the highly-anticipated iOS 7.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with a host of user interface tweaks, a fix for home screen crashes, support for the new CarPlay platform as well as a handful of Touch ID improvements. In addition, iOS 7.1 introduces manual control for Siri voice commands as well as fixes a bug which intermittently crashed the home screen and resulted in random reboot issues.

Read more www.ibtimes.co.uk


Monday, March 10, 2014

How to Import iPhone,iPad Contacts into Gmail Importing personal details from any device to Gmail and other network services is very essential for maintaining contacts. Many users are trying to import their contacts details to Gmail but they failed.

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This sounds really silly but you can’t mark text messages as “unread” in iOS 7. From a UX point of view, this makes sense: text messages were intended to be easy, short and quick forms of communication. Something where you replied as soon as you got a message so having the unread option was not required. But let’s face it. Some of us get many text messages and we don’t want to reply instantly.

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Wire framing is a very important first step for any design process. A wire frame is an illustration of elements and structure of a website or an application to be designed it helps to understand the functionality of a design.The wire framing process is a bit time consuming but it is very effective to understand the hierarchy of the project before you dig into the design process.

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If you bring your broken black iPhone 4 to the Apple Store, you might get a fresh iPhone 4S as your replacement phone. What?! Yep, because of supply constraints, many Apple Stores don’t have any black iPhone 4 units (16GB/32GB) in stock so they have been instructed by Apple to give customers an iPhone 4S instead.

Read more gizmodo.com



We’ve all used software that promises to turn our photos into beautiful works of art. But let’s be real: they all suck. Waterlogue doesn’t. This cool iPhone app does more than turn smartphone pics into passable paintings.

Read more www.wired.com



As if Daylight Savings Time wasn’t already confusing enough, it turns out that the latest version of Apple iOS operating system doesn’t eliminate an existing bug that further confuses the matter. Daylight Savings Time bugs have been around in iOS for years now.

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Sunday, March 09, 2014

How can I delete Newsstand, Stocks, Game Center, Calendar, Reminders, Notes and other pre-installed stock Apple apps from my iPad or iPhone? How do I put Newsstand in a folder? And can I permanently delete other apps, so they’re completely wiped from my iTunes account?

Read more www.macworld.co.uk



In a patent application, the iPhone maker explains a system for wireless pairing and device communication using biometrics like fingerprint scanners, retina scans, and voice signatures.

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Everyone’s been caught up in iOS 7’s sweeping design changes, but what about those little tweaks that feel so sweet to discover, i.e., the ones that will make you look like an expert to your friends when you show them off? These less talked about iOS 7 features are the ones you just might want to talk about the next time you want your pals to think you’re in the know.

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