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How to: Edit autocorrect dictionary [VID]

This week Daniel has a quick tip detailing how to add and remove words from your iPhone’s autocorrect dictionary. This is great if you like to use slang or a made-up word, or if your phone autocorrects a word incorrectly. Main site: http://www.todaysiphone.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/todaysiphone Follow Daniel on…

Major iOS developers having Memorial Day Sale

Upcoming this Monday, May 28, is Memorial Day in the United States. Most of us get off work, and, if your school is still in, all U.S. schools are out for the day. Some pretty big developers of iOS games have decided to have a sale for Memorial Day, and by pretty big, I mean really big. The likes of EA, Firemint, Rockstar, and more are all slashing…

Siri and S-Voice compared on video

I came across one of The Verge’s videos earlier today, and though I should bring it to your attention. A comparison was shot, to see which voice activated assistant worked best: Siri or the Samsung Galaxy SIII’s S-Voice. In the 6 minute video above, you’ll see the two phones being asked the same questions. In short: both are far from perfect. The…

Elago E6M Control Talk Earphones: First Looks & Gallery

Elago’s design ethos has impressed me over the past few months. I tried a couple of the manufacturer’s cases, and although they weren’t mind-bendingly protective, they certainly look good. The latest product I’ve been shipped carries on in that tradition. The E6M Control Talk is attractive and practical. The flat cable minimizes the risk of tangling and…

How to: Jailbreak your iOS 5.1.1 device using Absinthe 2.0

You will all know by now that the latest jailbreak tool for iOS devices has been launched. At long last! Since the dawn of the original jailbreak, the method has become simpler for each new OS update. Although not at the same level of ease as Jailbreak.me was, this is still relatively hassle free. Before you start, ensure that you’ve backed up your…

App Store gets update, Adds Editors’ Choice and App of the week

The App store is one of the foundational building blocks for Apple. Since the iconic “There’s an app for that” line, people have associated apps with the iPhone maker. Apps have been created to do almost anything you can think of, whether that be opening your garage door or starting your car. That being said, it’s always nice to see the App Store get an…

Former Apple employee: Jobs would have lost his mind over Siri

If you remember the iPhone 4S launch, then you remember that one of the big announcements at the time was Siri. The personal, digital, all-knowing assistant. Although still in its beta version, people expected great things from Siri, for two reasons. One, it’s from Apple. Two, it is advertised to work a whole lot better than it actually does. According…

iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak is out, download Absinthe 2.0 now!

The time has finally come! If you have been looking to free your iOS device with an untethered jailbreak, then look no further. The latest tool, known as “Absinthe 2.0″ will jailbreak almost any iOS 5.1.1 powered device. If you’re wanting to download Absinthe 2.0, you can get it here. “Absinthe 2.0 supports the following devices: iPad1,1 – 2,1 –…

iPrank: Best smartphone pranks

Smartphones are powerhouse, work devices… But that doesn’t mean they’re not fun. With smartphones – iPhones in particular – getting more and more popular by the day, people have gotten pretty creative with the ways they have fun with their devices. There are games, streaming video, but one of the most fun ways to interact with a smartphone is to use…

‘Bump’ app for iOS update brings iDevice to computer photo sharing

(Image courtesy AppAdvice) The “Bump” application has been around for quite awhile now, letting you quickly share contact information, pictures, etc, but this newest update is a fairly big one. Now you have the ability to share the pictures directly to your computer with a slight “bump” of your device on the computer’s space bar. The service is free,…

Apple’s road map “blows away” executives

  Fortune published a lengthy profile on Tim Cook covering his first 7 months in office, and among the normal evaluations of how he’s doing as CEO of the most valuable brand name in the world, there are some interesting pieces of information. In their article, Fortune describes an annual event where Apple invites who it sees as the “Top 100″…