Apple releases iOS 4.2.6 for the Verizon iPhone

February 10th but Apple is already making preparations. Today iOS 4.2.6 for iPhone 3,3 was released. The build number is 8E200. The newest iOS update is available for direct download from Apple but doesn’t carry any new features. Read more…

Review: Clue – Secrets & Spies

Review: Clue - Secrets & Spies
As it turns out, Clue: Secrets & Spies for iPad has nothing to do with the board game Clue. It shares the brand image, and there are some peripheral “secret agent” characters referenced who share their names with the iconic Mrs. White, Mr. Green, and so forth, but you won’t spend your time solving a Read more…

White iPhone could be delayed by camera issues says Wozniak

The white iPhone 4 has a spotty history. Announced alongside its black counterpart at WWDC 2010, the white iPhone never made it to retail channels. Plagued by delays a third party market sprang up over night offering users a conversion kit to swap the black glass with white. While evidence pinpoints to a coming launch, Read more…

More iPad 2 specifics: thinner, anti-reflective screen, RAM boost

The iPad 2 is coming soon and is likely to be announced this coming March. Whether the name iPad 2 will be used or if Apple will change it remains to be seen. But more details are emerging about the next generation device, the latest being more information about the screen. There has been much Read more…

XServe replacement being released by Active Storage?

XServe replacement being released by Active Storage?
The Xserve is being discontinued in just a few days which has generated a considerable amount of outcry from the community as Apple would leave a massive hole in its server line. To pick up the slack, enterprise users would have to rely on the Mac Pro or Mac Mini running the server version of Read more…

Why Free Software is Not Free

Mac App Store
Over at TUAW TJ Luoma posted commented on developer Brittany Tarvin’s great entry about free software and why free is a misnomer in her opinion. Read more…

How to Use Garageband for Sing-a-long

Use Garageband for Sing-a-long or Karaoke
Need to brush up on your singing or guitar playing? Too embarrassed to sing karaoke in front of a live audience? Is Rock Band not stimulating enough for you? Here’s a little solution that might do the trick. Using Garageband, there’s a way to reproduce popular songs. It has the capability to remove the individual Read more…

Newest iTunes release supports a CDMA iPhone

The iPhone is coming to Verizon January 10th with pre-orders happening a week before. To prepare for the iPhone 4′s debut as a CDMA phone, Apple has released an updated version of iTunes to sync and connect to the phone. The updated version of iTunes (10.1.2) which appeared yesterday will be needed to activate or Read more…

SD support on iPad 2 no more than a rumor

SD support on iPad 2 no more than a rumor
Rumors have been swirling about what will and won’t be included in the iPad 2. One of the earliest rumors was SD support which was supported by cases leaked from third party manufacturers in China. The addition of an SD slot would have obsoleted the camera connection kit as iPad users could have transferred data Read more…

Review: Scrabble for iPad

Scrabble for iPad
EA Mobile’s Scrabble for iPad is a lovely translation of the popular board game that makes excellent use of the iPad’s extra screen size. It couldn’t be easier to play: you just grab a tile with your finger and drag it onto the game board to the spot where you want to place it. It’s Read more…