A new iPhone 6 concept has been released, and it looks really cool. Mostly because they didn't stray from the already popular design of the iPhone 5. The concepts main differences include an edge to edge screen design horizontally and a gesture based home button. The gesture based home button is a much bigger game changer than just increasing screen size.
Apple supports to the advancement of education and desires to be a leading avenue for educators to use their products. Not long ago iTunes U reach a high mile marker of over 1 billion downloads. 60% of the downloads come from outside the United States. Those numbers now has a big opportunity to increase due to the fact of the Prime Minister of Turkey’s interest in acquiring iPads for education.
Semi-Restore is a new "tweak" (id rather say it's an application) in its beta version, and it's a real gamechanger. It will be able to "semi-restore" your phone to stock. A full restore by Apple's definition will restore to stock of the newest available firmware. So for many people in the jailbreak community a traditional restore is simply out of the question as there won't necesarily be a succesful jailbreak process for the newest firmware depending on your device.
Earlier this month, there were talks of a hacked carrier update for T-Mobile users that promised to increase data speeds of the latest iPhone 5. Well, the hack apparently works, and now it’s available for AT&T users as well.
Well we have a new Apple Television concept for you (not be confused with Apple TV). Its not really what I was expecting, most concepts concentrate on what they see the hardware being capable of, or what the device will look like. In this case the concept is more about the changes in software and user interface, both of which would be required to pull off Apple integration with pre-existing television networks and streaming services. Keep reading for the video preview and some more information.
For months now, Apple has been rumored to be working on a music streaming service similar to Pandora and Spotify. Unfortunately, the Cupertino company has struggled to land deals with the major players in the music industry, leaving Google to beat them to the punch.
Earlier this week, Google announced its new “All Access” music streaming service, which is almost identical to what Spotify and Rdio offer (excluding the ability to upload your own music). So where does this leave Apple? Well, Apple wouldn’t be too far behind if it could manage to announce its service next month at WWDC. However, it appears that the company is a long ways from release…
BlackBerry devices have always been the Pentagon’s go-to smartphones for government use. In fact, they’ve pretty much been the preferred smartphone for most US government agencies, but that has slowly been changing. As iOS and Android have grown to dominate the smartphone market, Blackberry has lost tons of ground to them. And now, it might lose even more…
Apple has just updated iTunes to version 11.0.3, bringing a number of new features and improvements to the beloved program. The biggest of the new features is actually a revamped Miniplayer, which includes a nice new view of the album artwork and allows you to skip ahead with a progress bar. Head inside for the update’s full change log: