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Thursday, January 10, 2013

If you accidentally activate the on-screen keyboard on an iPad, there’s a handy button in the corner of the screen for making virtual keyboard go away. Unfortunately, this button is absent on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Usually there’s a cancel banner button or something else to swipe or tap on–but this isn’t standard, and at times the lack of a proper ‘dismiss keyboard’ button can be awkward.

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This tweak speeds up the animations in UIKit. Such animations include but are not limited to: App Switcher, Opening Apps, Closing Apps, Switching Apps and much more!

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It’s a widescreen iPod! No, wait, it’s a breakthrough Internet communications device with desktop-class email! Best of all, it comes with Cingular phone service and Google’s groundbreaking maps!

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Wednesday, January 09, 2013

If you’ve owned iPhones over the years, you’re probably familiar with Home button quirks. Since the Home button is the most used button on the device, and the only one you use for actual operation, it’s typically the quickest to wear down and cause you problems.

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Marking his second visit to China since taking over as CEO of Apple, Tim Cook has apparently spent some portion of his trip meeting with government officials. While details of the meetings are not immediately clear, we can only assume Cook is looking to keep solid relations with the country producing and consuming a vital portion of Apple’s products.

Read more www.iphoneconnection.co.uk



Build iPhone Apps & Games With Over 14 Hours of Actionable Video Instruction. Expires February 23, 2013 23:59 PST

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Your iPhone password is your first line of defense when someone gets their hands on your iPhone. Whether your password is secure will determine if an intruder can gain access to the bulk of your files. Unfortunately, it’s common knowledge that over time, repeatedly entering a password leaves stubborn prints on a glass screen.

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If you are concerned about your privacy, then you will be happy to know that now you can protect your apps with password on your iPhone with the help of a jailbreak tweak available in Cydia. The name of this tweak is “Lockdown Pro”.

Read more www.veterangeek.com



Apple has on three seperate occasions announced that the iPhone 5 will have the fastest international rollout of any iPhone ever – at the announcement keynote, during the Q4 earnings call, and in their press release announcing opening weekend sales of the iPhone 5 in China. The claim was, no doubt, meant to impress investors, press and the general public, but I was curious as to how fast it really was compared to previous iPhone rollouts.

Read more www.macstories.net



The gTar, an electric guitar that makes it easy for anyone to play music with an embedded iPhone and LEDs, is now open for pre-orders. Incident, the company behind the gTar, has spent three years designing and prototyping the product.

Gtar teaching guitar iOS6 iPhone 5

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Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Ballo plugs right into your smartphone for on-the-go tunes at high volume. Headphones will do the trick when you’re streaming tunes for your ears only, but some tracks are just too good not to share.

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Drive on any highway and you’re bound to see people talking to themselves in their cars, but soon that random chatter may be more purposeful as drivers start giving commands to their in-car digital assistant: Siri. Even if you don’t use her, you know who (or what) Siri is: Apple’s intelligent assistant for iOS devices that arrived with the iPhone 4s.

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Have you ever wanted to access Emoji quickly on your iPhone? Normally we use Emoji while sending messages. You may have faced a situation in which you need to access Emoji icons quickly on your iPhone while texting.

QuickEmoji iOS6 iPhone 5

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Monday, January 07, 2013

It is Consumer Electronics Show-time in Las Vegas, the show where most new technologies electronics-wise are presented. Of course, this includes automotive gadgets and electronic functions. At the event, Chevrolet announced future Sparks and Sonics will pack a “world of infotainment choices” with the addition of streaming audio TuneIn and its global network of 70,000 stations.

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Apple’s App Store has reached a new milestone in total app downloads. The iPhone maker announced today that there have been 40 billion unique application downloads in its App Store since the marketplace launched in 2008.

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Many studies conducted during 2012 told us that the most overlooked personal security areas were in our homes. We tend to spend way more time securing our smartphones and even our social networking profiles than we do protecting our homes. That’s insane when you think about it. The fact that we are not spending more time on our home security could spell disaster if the unfortunate were to happen.

Doorbot iOS6 iPhone 5

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Chinese Calendar for Notification Center 1.0.4: Tony Lihas released Chinese Calendar for Notification Center 1.0.4 for iPhone iOS 6 at BigBoss Repo. Chinese Calendar for Notification Center Center v1.0.4 is an iPhone Tweak. A lunar calendar for notification center Chinese only.

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How To Attach A Reminder To Your iPhone Lockscreen - Despite the aging design of iOS, iPhone has remained a hit and one of the most successful Apple products. The traditional slide-to-unlock lockscreen of iPhone has been left unchanged and all it got over the last 5 years is support for Notifications and Music controls and it really looks like Apple might be issuing a big update to overhaul its iOS lockscreen in iOS 7.

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One of the wildest and most whimsical gadgets we’ve seen in quite a while is here on the show floor at CES: the HAPIfork. It’s a “smart fork” that has a Bluetooth radio, a capacitive sensor, and a vibration motor built-in. The idea is that as you eat, every time the fork touches your mouth it triggers the sensor, measuring your bites on the app. If you eat too quickly, the fork vibrates to tell you to slow down.

HAPIfork tongue measures iOS6 iPhone 5

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An iPhone user told of his shock today after being hit with a £19,000 bill for his internet usage.
Chris Bovis, from Tilbury, Essex, contacted his phone company, Orange, when they cut off his phone without warning.

Read more www.dailymail.co.uk


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