Tag Archives: iPhone

Jailbreak TiPs and Tricks: Enabling multitasking gestures – Pt. 1

  Remember how apple released multi-touch gestures for its iPad in iOS 4.2 betas? WELL, Jailbreakers rejoice, as I will take you through a step-by-step tutorial on how to kind of enable gestures on your iOS device. This tutorial divides into 2 parts, this will just teach you the basics on enabling the gestures, part 2 will show you how to completely…

Angry Birds Seasons – Easter update sneak peak

It’s that time of year again. Well, like it is almost every few weeks with Angry Birds Seasons. It’s time for an update. This time it’s all easter-themed, covered in little eggs and pigs disguised as the Easter bunny. Some screenshots have been leaked of the update, which is due to be launched next week. I don’t know, what will they think of next? Maybe…

The evolution of mobile – video

Vodafone UK has produced an incredible video made by filming projected animations on to dummy cell phones (fake plastic phones used in many stores). However incredible the video may be, there’s one glaring error. The creatives behind it did not put an iPhone in it anywhere. If it wasn’t for the iPhone there’d be no app stores, or markets, it completely…

17% of US teens own iPhones – survey

In a recently published survey it was revealed that 17% of America’s teenagers owns an iPhone of some description. The survey is hosted by Piper Jaffray twice-yearly and has almost never failed to show growth in teenage iPhone ownership. In the same survey an astonishing 37% of US teens said they had intent to buy an iPhone, or at least get their…

Apple vs. Android – The Webby Debates (videos)

The Webby Debates have been published on YouTube. These debates cover many angles of the Android vs. Apple battle. Josh Topolsky Editor-at-Large at Engadget and Lance Ulanoff, Editor-in-Chief at PCmag.com talk about fragmentation, open and closed ecosystems, user experience and all the stuff we all care…

New, zippier iPhone/iPod 30-Pin connector patent granted

Any of you familiar with Apple, and follow the latest product trends will know of a technology that Intel worked on with Jobs&Co called Thunderbolt. This is essentially another way to connect other gadgets, HD displays and the like, to your computer. It’s a feature which was unveiled fairly recently on the new range of MacBook Pros. It is up to 20…

New iPhone and iPad Apps for the Upcoming Royal Wedding

The royal wedding event of the century for Prince William and Kate Middleton is right around the corner, April 29.  If you are an English monarch history buff or a celebrity seeker, then you should be in your glory with all the attention being given to the upcoming ceremony.  In addition to all the news stories about the types of cake, food, bachelor…

iControlPad shipping next week!

Gamers rejoice! iControlPad for iPhone and iPod Touch is set to be shipped in the next week. Talk of this particular games controller for smartphones has been ongoing for quite a while now, and for a long time it seemed this day would never come. The controller works via bluetooth, with clamps on the side to keep it attached to your iDevice. The…

iUniversity: Journey to the Genius Bar

Being an avid iPhone user, college student and tech blogger, I’ve grown increasingly interested in the various roles the infamous Apple device plays in one’s day-to-day life. Though, recently I’ve come to realize the full impact of that little iPhone in your pocket can’t truly be understood until one is forced to go without it. I had the misfortune of…