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  1. insanedown58

    Apple Introdues iBangle

    I want an iScrunchie or an iGlass (oh wait, Google Glass...)
  2. According to e report in The Wall Street Journal, Apple and Google are in a battle to secure exclusive rights over popular mobile games. The two giants are said to be hard at work at courting top-tier game developers to ensure their games arrive on iOS or Android first. Neither Apple nor Google offer developers money for exclusive titles. Instead, they place the coveted titles prominently in their app stores. A prime spot in an app store could cause a tenfold spike in daily downloads, thus resulting in massive revenue. As you can see in the screen capture above, Apple has factored exclusive
  3. The Apple iWatch has been rumored year-in, year-out, but with rumors suggesting that the Cupertino’s inaugural smartwatch effort has its own dedicated development team echoing the sentiments of analysts that the device will finally manifest in 2014, we’re very much hoping that the announcement of the elusive gadget is imminent. Hitherto, there’s been a distinct lack of hard evidence with regards to the device, with only tidbits of speculation allied to numerous concepts, but today’s render of a curved iWatch design is one of the better ones we’ve stumbled across so far. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO h
  4. It is that time of the year when leaks about the next iteration of the Apple iPhone meld with concept designs for the device. We've seen our share of concept versions of the Apple iPhone 6, and this newest one might have some of the highest specs for both cameras and the processor. Of course, when you're dealing with a concept, you can almost make the components whatever you want them to be. And as you will see, you can also create an interesting accessory. This concept device is titled the Apple iPhone 6 Pro, and features a 3MP front-facing HD camera. The phone is 7.2mm thin, which is sligh
  5. A fresh report that is bound to turn many heads, Nike has fired most of its engineers working on the FuelBand and will stop production of the famous wearable. The news comes at a time when the speculation regarding Apple’s iWatch is at an all time high. And keeping in mind the staunch relationship between Nike and Apple – Apple CEO Tim Cook is a Nike board member – the news of FuelBand shuttering down serves as one of the biggest piece of puzzle in Apple’s dive into the smart wearable market. While Nike is yet to make the news official through its consumer facing website, they have already co
  6. The President of Nigeria had his daughter’s wedding a few days ago and each guest received a customized gold iPhone. Those were specially designed by Malivelihood, who specialized in gold-plating all things tech. The back of the phone is enhanced by precious stones and gold inserts. The names of the groom and bride are also engraved in addition to the date of the wedding. There’s no information how many iPhones were given away to guests and how much each one costs. Currently, Nigeria is amidst rocky political times and, reportedly, the President’s gesture hasn’t been all too warmly
  7. With Google having announced the smartwatch-optimized Android Wear OS as short while ago, it’s looking increasingly likely that Apple will respond with a device of its own. Even though, as revealed last year, the Cupertino company has apparently assigned a dedicated team to the process of developing the so-called “iWatch,” we don’t, as yet, have much idea as to its form factor. The various concept designers have regularly offered their takes on what might be in the offing, and Nermin Hasanovic’s latest effort presents a very circular, Moto 360-esque approach. When Google launched Android Wea
  8. Apple only rolled out its rudimentary iOS 7.1.1 update on Tuesday, but over the past 48 hours or so, we’ve stumbled across some interesting little tweaks. As well as the new App Store feature that shows which apps offer in-app purchases, it has now emerged that in terms of battery life on iPhone and iPad, those choosing to update can enjoy some reasonable improvements. But don’t get too excited about these new revelations. In fact, it looks as though Apple has only repaired some of the battery drain that seemed to occur following the iOS 7.1 update, effectively returning things back to normal.
  9. -- Evad3rs Are Getting Closer to an iOS 7 Jailbreak -- Planetbeing has tweeted to inform followers that the evad3rs are still working hard on the jailbreak of iOS 7 and may now have all the pieces necessary. "We're still working hard on the jailbreak. May have all the pieces at this point (but not certain yet)." - Planetbeing This is great news of course. We're also still waiting for winocm to potentially release a jailbreak of iOS 6.13/6.1.4. SOURCE
  10. Nokia has struggled to get into the US market for years now, but it seems that its hard work is finally starting to pay off. Counterpoint Research reports that in Q3 of this year Nokia leapfrogged several makers to reach the fourth spot among smartphone vendors in the US. This sounds less impressive when you look at the numbers - Nokia holds a smidgen over 4% of the market. But you have to look deeper - in Q2 this year, Nokia was at a 1.4%. It took it almost year to get to that point, in Q3 2012 Nokia barely registered at 0.7%. So in three months Nokia more than doubled its market sh
  11. According to ABI Research, 438 million handsets and 244 million smartphones shipped during the 3rd quarter of 2013. Samsung's share of the smartphone market grew to 35%, while Apple saw its share stay level at 14%. On the platform numbers, BlackBerry is down to its lowest point at just 1.5% of worldwide shipments. Windows Phone was the big mover once again, showing solid growth up 165% year-on-year, to finish at 4% of global shipments and the number three platform. Of course, Nokia essentially is the market for Microsoft, making up 95% of Windows Phone shipments. Android is still the top
  12. If you upgraded to a new flagship iPhone 5s recently and you’re now finding that your battery drains particularly quickly, it might be Apple’s fault. Battery life is always an issue for iPhone owners and owners of just about any modern smartphone, but the issue has been made even worse for some new iPhone 5s users. Apple said on Tuesday evening that some of its new iPhone 5s handsets have a manufacturing defect that causes excessive battery drain. Apple told The New York Times that the issue only impacts a “very limited” number of handsets, but considering how short smartphone battery life
  13. Poway, California's Mark Mencher is so upset about iOS 7 that he is suing Apple over unwanted downloads of iOS 7 onto his familiy's gadgets. The complaint was filed in small claims court and named Apple CEO Tim Cook as defendant. The suit seeks the removal of the iOS 7 install file. This file is installed on Apple's mobile devices automatically once a model has power and is connected to a Wi-Fi signal. The install file helps load iOS 7 on a Apple mobile device, but not without some interaction done by the device's owner. Every time that the phone or tablet is restarted, the owner is prompted
  14. New images of the next iPad mini and iPad 5 have leaked just days before the Apple October 22 event. The images show the iPad mini 2 next to the iPhone 5s and with another iPad lurking in the background. Notice how the home button isn’t TouchID but a vanilla one? Previous leaks suggested the iPad mini 2 will have TouchID, but this seems to put those speculations to rest. It’s all but certain that the big upcoming iPad will have TouchID, have the same narrow-bezel design as the current mini and be more compact than the iPad 4. We’ve seen both upcoming tablets in pictures and a vide
  15. Opera MediaWorks is out today with its latest report on the state of mobile platforms for Q3 2013. The report, which gathers data from billions of ad impressions each month, notes that iOS continues the lead for mobile advertising, with around 44.4% of all ad requests and 50% of revenue on its platform. That’s compared to 31.32% for Android, but the lead for Apple is mostly thanks to gains from iPad. Remove tablets from the equation and ad impressions on iPhone and Android smartphones fall to just 31% vs. 30.3%. There might be good reason that more ads are being served on iOS despite
  16. Apple has just issued media invitations for its October 22 media event where the company is expected to introduce its next-generation iPad and iPad mini models and offer a number of Mac-related announcements, reports AllThingsD. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco and will begin at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. The invitation tagline reads "We still have a lot to cover." The October 22 date was first reported by AllThingsD earlier this month, and was quickly confirmed by the The Loop's ever-reliable Jim Dalrymple. The AllThingsD report claime
  17. In light of the PRISM spying by NSA, German experts earlier warned their Government against using Microsoft Windows 8 by companies and authorities. And once again a German data-protection specialist Johannes Caspar warns against using iPhone 5S's new Fingerprint ID function. While Apple claims this to be secure by saying 'your fingerprint is only stored on the iPhone, never transmitted over the network' the expert arguments that 'The biometric features of your body, like your fingerprints, cannot be erased or deleted and stay with you until the end of your life without changing. They are cruci
  18. SlimRock

    iTunes 11.1

    Apple today released iTunes 11.1, a major new update to the company’s media player and digital storefront application, adding a range of new features and enhancements, as well as full support for the upcoming iOS 7. full changelog: iTunes Radio. iTunes Radio is a great new way to discover music. Choose from over 250 stations or start a new one from your favorite artist or song. Enjoy iTunes Radio ad-free once you subscribe to iTunes Match.Genius Shuffle. Introducing a magical new way to experience your music library. Choose Genius Shuffle and iTunes instantly plays songs that go great togethe
  19. KamenRiderBlack

    iTunes 11.1.1

    The iTunes player keeps all your music, movies, and TV shows all in one place. Instead of going through stacks and stacks of CDs, you can import them into iTunes and quickly browse your whole collection. Organize it any way you want. Move it onto any of your devices. Play it whenever — and wherever — the mood strikes. Even have Genius make mixes of songs that go great together. With iTunes, it’s easy to get all your music organized. Any song or album you purchase from iTunes goes straight into your music library. And when you import your CDs, iTunes automatically adds the album, artist, and so
  20. Apple's latest iPhone 5S has an unexpected feature: the Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD). While it's typically an error found on older Windows PCs, a number of iPhone 5S users are reporting random reboots on their handsets following a BSOD. The blue screen reboots appear to be iPhone 5S specific and are largely occurring with Apple's own iWork apps that come free with all new iOS devices. Videos detailing the issue show that multitasking between apps seems to trigger the BSOD. iPhone 5S users are also reporting random reboots during device use. Apple has released iOS 7.0.2 to primarily fix
  21. Apple iOS7 lock security vulnerabilities are getting revealed, this time the German security firm SRL has discovered an vulnerability which uses flaws in Touch ID Fingerprint authentication and iCloud allowing unauthorized access to a locked device and potentially gain control over an owner’s Apple ID. Apple iOS7 allows users to Turn On the Airplane mode from lockscreen without a passcode, this oversight allows an hacker to disable internet connectivity and hence the remote wipe security feature. Watch the Video Below http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=LXZ6yUsn0v8
  22. geeteam

    Apple unveals iPad Air

    The Apple iPad Air brings a new name, new design and more power. It received the new Apple A7 chipset along with the M7 motion co-processor. The other major upgrade is the design – it's based on the iPad mini and has narrower bezels (43% smaller) that make the tablet easier to handle. The tablet is 20% thinner and now measures just 7.5mm, thinner than the iPad 2. The weight also went down big time - from 653g to 469g. Other than that you get a 9.7" IPS LCD screen with 1536 x 2048 pixel as before. The iPad Air didn't get the TouchID sensor either, but we doubt anyone will miss it.
  23. Apple has announced the new iPad mini 2 complete with a new high-resolution retina display and four times the performance of the first generation of the small tablet. The new 7.9in high-resolution display brings the iPad mini 2 up to par with the full-sized iPad, as well as the iPhone, and will make text crisper and more easily legible on websites and books. Apple also significantly improved the internal components of the iPad mini 2 with the same faster A7 64-bit processor as the full-sized iPad Air with significantly improved graphics processing, which should make Apple's smaller tablet
  24. Apple announces thinner, lighter 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display; battery life, Thunderbolt 2. Apple has announced a new version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. It is thinner and lighter than the previous generation, coming in at 3.46 pounds and 0.71-inches thin. It also has new Intel Haswell processors for better battery life. The new battery comes in at 9 hours on a single charge. The new laptop also has new graphics and faster PCIe-based flash (60% faster). Faster, 802.11ac WiFi and Thunderbolt 2 are also in the mix. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro s
  25. The concept behind Car Mode works in a fashion to the traditional “Airplane Mode” that we find on almost all devices, and can self-activate when you connect your device to your car’s Bluetooth system. The concept shows that it will be controlled within the iOS Settings app just like any other native feature. When activated, the system will neither display and SMS/iMessage notifications, nor will it allow you to generate or reply to one should you even want to. The only time you will have access to your text messages would be when you disconnect the phone from car’s Bluetooth, or when you stop
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