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Wednesday, May 02, 2012

The new Apple TV eats near-Blu-ray quality X.264 video for breakfast—but when it comes to audio, the device is a picky one. With AirPlay streaming, on the other hand, audio is much more flexible than video. What’s going on inside the diminutive media player, and what should those of us doing our own audio/video encoding keep in mind?

Read more arstechnica.com


Friday, April 20, 2012

If your iPhone suddenly stops taking a charge, but everything else keeps working, there may be a fix. I know someone with firsthand experience of just such an issue, and can offer advice that may solve your iPhone’s charging problem.

Read more www.macworld.com


Thursday, April 19, 2012

Facebook is buying Instagram — and some Instagram users aren’t happy about it. They’re tweeting that they’ll delete their Instagram accounts because of the acquisition. The fear is that in addition to the company, Facebook has acquired all of that location-tagged photo data from Instagram’s users and may use it to target ads at them.

Read more mashable.com


Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Apple holds the power to remove an app or a game from the App Store at a moment’s notice.

It could be because the app is found to violate one of Apple’s rules (like arcade emulator iMAME), or maybe because the developer went out of business and can’t pay its yearly license (like Sword & Poker creator Gaia).

Read more www.pocketgamer.co.uk


Thursday, April 05, 2012

iPhoto for iOS is not only a joy to use, it’s easy to learn—even if you’ve never used the desktop verion of iPhoto ‘11. Indeed, once you’ve mastered the app’s basic editing features, you’ll want to explore some of the more in-depth editing capabilities that the program has to offer. iPhoto for iOS provides an array of photo enhancement tools, collectively called Brushes, that help to bring out the best of an image you’ve already captured.

Read more www.macworld.com


Wednesday, March 28, 2012

iMovie for iOS (£2.99) is an amazing video editor for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch – but its ability to work with audio is minimal. However, these limitations aren’t impossible to overcome, especially with a little creativity. Here are a trio of workarounds to improve the audio in your mobile movie projects.

Read more www.macworld.co.uk


Monday, March 26, 2012

It’s happened again. The darn remote control has gone walkabout, and you’ve got no other way of changing the channel or music track, adjusting the volume, switching A/V sources or even turning your TV, DVD player, set-top box or stereo on and off. Or do you?

Read more apcmag.com


Through this instructable we will be creating a fun and unique twist to the iPhone stand. The great thing is once you have created one of these you’ll have the knowledge to change it up and make multiples with different designs!

Read more www.instructables.com


XBMC is a powerful free app that turns any Mac or PC into a full fledged media center. The newest version has been updated with a slew of improvements, but most interesting for iPhone and iPad users is the addition of AirPlay video support.

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Read more osxdaily.com


Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Using dictation on the new iPad or the iPhone is a great way to speed up sending messages, composing email and even writing longer documents. I’ve used dictation to write articles and much more for the past few weeks, and I’m surprised at how fast I can go.

dictation tips ios iPhone 4S

Read more www.gottabemobile.com


Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Want to keep tabs on the latest refurbished Macs, iPads, iPhones, and the like? There’s an RSS feed for that.

Read more reviews.cnet.com


Tuesday, March 13, 2012

If you have an older iPhone model at your disposal (particularly the 2G and the 3G models) and you feel it is so outdated, don’t lose hope. You can breathe new life to your old iPhone by installing the custom iOS Whited00r on it.

Whited00r is in essence the iOS 5 that is ported by developers to run on older Apple devices such as pre-2010 iPhones and iPod touches. It brings about new features to your old Apple device such as multitasking, folders, home screen wallpapers, video recording, Newsstand, and a custom iCloud.

Read more www.tjsdaily.com


Thursday, March 08, 2012

As fanboys and girls anticipate for Apple’s big iPad announcement on Wednesday, you’re probably looking down at your scratched iPhone and starting to feel like it’s kind of tired. In gadget years, the iPhone 4 is getting old.

Read more news.yahoo.com


Tuesday, March 06, 2012

The pursuit of the untethered iOS 5 jailbreak has been a non stop, full on roller coaster ride which started in November, and looks set to continue for the next week or so at least. The development past has been anything but smooth, and all involved have had to overcome a series of technical hurdles just to get to the position we find ourselves in.

Read more www.ennull.com


Tuesday, February 28, 2012

When the iPhone first launched, you synced your calendar by syncing your iPhone itself. You connected it to your Mac via USB, and your Mac’s copy of iCal and your iPhone would share calendar events. That’s a clunky approach to sharing data, even after iOS 5 introduced Wi-Fi syncing to the picture. Even with over-the-air syncing, you still have to re-sync your devices every single time you want your calendars to be current.

Read more www.macworld.com


Saturday, February 25, 2012

Before iOS 5, the only way to snap a photo with your iPhone was to tap the onscreen shutter button—always a somewhat awkward maneuver. But with iOS 5, Apple transformed the volume-up button into a shutter release, thereby making iPhone photography feel a bit more natural. Just one problem: when you flip your phone around so the volume-up button is facing, well, up, you end up with upside-down photos and videos.

Read more reviews.cnet.com


Friday, February 10, 2012

The home button on Apple’s iOS devices not only brings you to the home screen to see your apps, but is also used to bring up the multitasking menu and wake the device from sleep, which makes it one of the most frequently used buttons on the device.

Read more reviews.cnet.com


Thursday, February 09, 2012

iPhones are great, but sometimes you don’t want to settle for showing off your photos or watching videos on a small screen while you’re sitting in front of a big one—such as your living-room HDTV. Here’s how to hook your iPhone up to your HDTV, with or without wires.

Read more www.pcworld.com


Monday, December 19, 2011

glowing iphone Make your iPhone Apple logo glow with this case hackI’m not one for hardware hacking. The last time I opened up a piece of electronics was to install a mod-chip in the original Sony Playstation. It was worth it for all of two months, then my Playstation went belly up. But, a nifty case tweak for the iPhone has me re-evaluating my stance on hardware hacking.

Read more www.macgasm.net


Wednesday, December 14, 2011

I can’t believe it, but I’ve actually read about dozens of people getting their iTouch, iPhone, or iPad stuck in a bricked recovery loop and then going out to buy a new one. This is overly unnecessary. When it gets stuck in the recovery loop, some people mistake themselves by thinking that it is impossible to get the device back into DFU (Device Firmware Upgrade) mode

Read more null-byte.wonderhowto.com


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