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OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 4 released

For those of you who have been lucky enough to have access to the OS X Mavericks beta versions, good news: Apple has seeded the Developer Preview 4 for OS X Mavericks to developers today! This isn’t the news that I’ve been waiting for all day (yep, still waiting for iOS 7 beta 4), but that’s because I no longer have a Mac. The download is available for…

Record your screen using xRec, available in the App Store

So you want to record your screen, but either can’t or would prefer not to jailbreak your device. Well, xRec, an application that allows you to do just this, is now available in the App Store. How it has survived this long, I’m not sure. Nonetheless, it is available in the App Store now for $1.99, and from the reviews it does exactly what you’d expect it to…

Make your own iOS 7 with online redesign tool

So you don’t like the new iOS 7 redesign? Why not make your own? A new website let’s you do just that. Of course, this is just for fun, because you can’t actually put it on your device or anything like that, however it is interesting to just mess around with. All in all, you can tell that it is just there to make fun of the actual iOS 7…

AT&T to offer 300MB and 2GB data tiers starting July 26th

AT&T currently offers a few different plans when it comes to mobile data, but if you are looking for anything between 1GB and 4Gb, you are out of luck. However, according to a new press release from AT&T, that’s going to change come July 26th. Beginning this Friday, AT&T will begin to offer two new data plan tiers: one at 300MB and one at 2Gb….

Google blatantly copies Apple diagram in patent application

Google Patent Filing Apple Patent Filing This is just, weird. Never before have I personally heard of one company, a major one at that, copying a diagram from another major company’s patent application. Near exactly, at that. The folks over at Patently Apple were doing what they do best when someone came across a Google patent with something that…

iPhone 5 accounts for half of Apple’s smartphone sales

According to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, the iPhone 5 accounted for half of Apple’s smart phone sales in June. The figures show that 52% of iPhone sales were of the iPhone 5, 25% of those were the 16GB model, 22% were the 32 GB, and 5% went to the 64GB model. The iPhone 4 accounted for 18% of the iPhone sales, and 30% of them were the…

Canary seeks to provide intelligent home security from your iPhone

Indiegogo project Canary is seeking to become the first intelligent home security unit designed to be totally user-friendly. Canary is a single unit device that allows you to monitor a whole range of internal security parameters whilst you’re on the go, with control and updates administered straight to your iPhone. Canary has a HD Camera, a microphone,…

8-year-old’s $6k in-app purchasing blunder refunded by Apple

We’ve ready many a story over the past year or so regarding in-app purchasing and the huge bills run up accidentally by kids using their parents’ iPads and iPhones. The latest involves Lee Neale who’s daughter, Lily, racked up an impressive £4,000 on in-app purchasing (roughly $6,100 USD). Obviously, the parent attempted to contact Apple initially,…

Apple purportedly testing 13-inch iPad and larger iPhones…

Starting the week with an iPhone or iPad rumor seems to be a given these days, and something which we would surely miss if it didn’t happen. Thankfully, The Wall Street Journal has ensured we can add yet another Monday rumor to our ever-increasing stack. According to WSJ, Apple and its manufacturing partners have been building and testing iDevices of…