Thursday, June 21, 2012
With iOS 6, Apple brought in Facebook to the iOS sharing ecosystem. iOS 6 is known to have over 200 new features and one of them is the all new Sharing menu in the Photos app. With iOS 5, you could only tweet a picture from the Photos app, but with iOS 6, you can post them on Facebook, Google+ etc. Since iOS 6 is currently in beta, only developers can play with the new features.
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Last week, we highlighted 20 big new features from Apple’s upcoming iOS 6. We fiddled with Facebook integration, we tested the smarter Siri, and we looked at a bunch of options that made Android users say, “pssh, we’ve had that for ages.”
But, as ever, Apple has included hundreds of tiny tweaks and incremental updates in the next iteration of its mobile operating system that the average user might initially overlook, or perhaps never even find.
Read more www.pocketgamer.co.uk
Mozilla has demoed a prototype of its browser for Apple’s iOS and, although still at early stage of development, it had a few interesting things to show.
Note that Apple’s restrictions prevented Mozilla from making a native port of Firefox, which was not the case with Android. Indeed, the prototype looks nothing like Firefox and the company will build it on WebKit HTML rendering engine, rather than Gecko.
Read more www.fudzilla.com
In this iOS SDK Basics tutorial, we are going to create a UITextView, implement the UITextViewDelegate protocol methods, and use NSLog to see when the methods are called. We’ll also touch on how to limit the amount of characters in a text view and how to use the return key to resign the keyboard. Read on to learn how to implement these features in your application!
Read more mobile.tutsplus.com
So, you’d like to downgrade your iOS 6 beta install back to iOS 5.1.1? If you’ve ever dealt with downgrading firmware in the past, then you know how much of a pain it can potentially be. Fortunately when it comes to downgrading beta firmware back to public firmware, it’s extremely easy.
Read more www.idownloadblog.com
Do you want to add respring button to iPhone|iPodTouch|iPad lock screen? A Cydia Tweak developed by Smartviper E75 lets you to do this. He created a cydia tweak called LockSpring that lets you to add a respiring button to your lock screen and also enable/disable it straight from your lock screen.
Read more senseiphone.com
How to install cydia on jailbroken iOS 6 beta 1 device. iOS 6 beta 1 is already jailbreakable, but only tether jailbreak method is currently available.
But that does not stop many iOS 6 device owners to jailbreak their iOS 6 device.
Read more yuwienetwork.blogspot.be
If you’ve been interested in learning how to develop apps for the iPhone and iPad, this may be the best chance yet. Based on Stanford’s Fall 2011 iOS development course, the new offering from Stanford gets social and lets you work on assignments with the rest of the enrolled class.
Read more osxdaily.com
With summer travel season upon us, a good camera is essential and your iPhone is 4 or 4S is one of the best – especially if you add any one of these accessories. Instead of spending $200-$300 on a new camera, these add-ons amount to a little over $100 and you won’t have a separate camera to carry, charge or lose.
Read more sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com
Although the form factor and actual size are still unknown, TechCrunch has independently verified that Apple is working on adding a 19-pin port, replacing the current 30-pin port, to the new iPhone. It is a move that will surely send shocks through the iPhone accessory ecosystem.
Read more techcrunch.com
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Apple has secured a further two year exclusivity deal for the Liquidmetal materials technology tipped to make an appearance in the 2012 iPhone refresh, government filings have confirmed. According to Liquidmetal Technologies’ SEC filing, Apple’s original agreement with the company back in August 2010 – and which expired in early February – has been extended until early February 2014, giving Apple alone access to any of the company’s developments.
Read more www.slashgear.com
First off a caveat. This is not a review of iOS 6. How could it be, iOS 6 will not be available for some months yet.
This is a review of iOS 6 Beta - a version of the software which iOS developers are currently using to create apps for the newest version of Apple’s mobile software.
Read more www.ibtimes.co.uk
Monday, June 18, 2012
Apple Stores across the US are organising mysterious meetings next week, on or close to the 24 June, and no one is exactly sure why.
The planning of the event was revealed by the Apple rumour site AppleInsider, which notes that although Apple hasn’t officially announced what’s happening, it also hasn’t protected the secrecy of the event with the iron fist usually reserved for its biggest events.
Read more www.macworld.co.uk
Friday, June 15, 2012
IK Multimedia has released AmpliTube Slash - official Slash apps and software that lets you play, practice and record with Slash’s signature pedals and amplifiers on the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac/PC. All versions of AmpliTube Slash feature models of the signature gear used by Slash in the studio and for his live performances. IK say that users can now rock with models of the legendary Marshall amplifiers used by Slash together with his signature guitar pedals.
Read more www.sonicstate.com
It has not been even a week, when tech giant Apple released its next version of operating system,—iOS 6 beta 1 firmware at the he WWDC 2012 in San Francisco. And here comes the good news for all the Apple developers—from the the iPhone Dev Team. The team acted quite fast and has successfully jaibroken the new software.
Read more www.itechpost.com
AOC announced the new Aire iPlay monitor with a built-in iPod/iPhone docking station. This 23-inch monitor is 12.9 mm-thin and features Full HD 1080p resolution, a 50,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio and 2 ms response time. With the built-in 30-pin docking station, iPhone and iPod users can play video, audio, and photos directly from their devices using AOC’s plug-and-play technology.
Read more hothardware.com
Are you tired about your Facebook Timeline Cover? Surprise your friends daily with new covers, unique and original as they are made especially by you!
Cover Creator for Facebook is not a collection of ready-to-use stock timeline covers; instead it’s a powerful tool for creating and editing images.
Not need to limit yourself to already made covers, you will be able to build your own covers that reflect your current mood!
Just use your fantasy and the countless available resources of the app.
A professional an easy to use tool as the same time, the application is divided into sections, leading you step by step to the final astonishing output.
Tapjoy, Inc. (http://www.tapjoy.com), a mobile advertising and publishing platform, today announced a partnership with Kabam (http://www.kabam.com), a leader in massively multi-player online and mobile games. Kabam’s leading iOS hit, Kingdoms of Camelot, is now available on the Tapjoy network, where players can earn GEMS for free by engaging with Tapjoy advertisers and marketing actions. Kabam’s Kingdoms of Camelot went live on iOS in early 2012 and has been the top grossing app on iOS for several weeks since April.
“Kabam is a leader in mobile gaming and we’re thrilled to announce this exciting addition to the Tapjoy network,” said Mihir Shah, president and CEO at Tapjoy. “The partnership not only adds millions of users to our network but extends the reach for our advertisers to a very large, and highly engaged, iOS audience.”
“Kabam’s players and fans have asked for ways to earn virtual rewards in our games,” said Chris Pitz, director of mobile marketing at Kabam. “At the same time, Kabam looks for ways to increase its revenue. Tapjoy provides a win-win – free content for consumers and additional revenue for developers.”
There are two sides to “fragmentation,” and while Apple’s iOS 6 software doesn’t necessarily have big negative implications for developers, users with older Apple devices will be missing out on some great new features when iOS 6 is released later this year.
Read more news.yahoo.com
Would you like to have a iPhone with transparent screen? 17-year old Dakota Adney created just that. In the exceptionally well done fake iPhone 5 video he shows how an iPhone 5 with transparent screen would look like.
Read more www.i4u.com