How much money do you spend on apps? Take a look at your purchased apps, and maybe you’ll have an idea of just how much you’ve spent over the years. I’ve actually heard people say that they can’t imagine ditching iOS simply because of the amount they have invested in apps. To be honest, I […]
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Apple recently released the newest incarnation of the beloved iPhone, the 5C. This lower-cost device has the soul of an iPhone but the body of a colorful toy. The 5C takes a step away from the glass and metal look that started with the iPhone 4 and shows that the iPhone can have a fun […]
If you believe there’s a place for everything, and everything should be in its place… Have I got a cool little bag for you.
Geektool is a program for the Mac that allows you to customize your desktop with far more than just a wallpaper change. With Geektool, you can display live, auto-updating information right on your desktop. This information you can display ranges from small things like RAM used, CPU currently under load, and uptime since the last […]
Apple Looking To Solarize The iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch? (via Clean Technica) Originally published on Solar Love. Apple recently posted a job announcement for a thin films engineer for its mobile devices division, making some people think that the mobile giant might be looking to develop some solar-powered devices. Surely, if…
iOS 7 is pretty darn awesome. I keep finding more things I love about it. But there’s one glaring oversight in iOS 7’s redesign: iBooks has been left out in the cold. What’s the deal?
The world of smartphones has grown crowded over the years since the original iPhone launched in 2008. Where Apple once slayed the competition they now fight for market share. By no means is Apple down on its luck, though, as the number 2 maker of smartphones is still in the game and gunning for number […]
Some line up for the experience. Some do it because they’re fanboys (& ‘girls). Some just have to have the latest iPhone. Are they smart or nuts? You decide.
iOS 7 is now available to download (for free), and it radically transforms your iDevice. I took some screenshots from right before upgrading and right after, and as you’ll see, Apple cares about every last detail.