Free Apps of the Day

Free Apps of the Day
The iTunes App Store may appear sleek and serene, but under the hood, there’s all kinds of bustling activity. The casual user might never know, for example, that everyday there are dozens of apps that are discounted deeply or even made free by their creators. App developers love to run special promotions where they mark Read more…

The Deal With iPhone Tracking

The Deal With iPhone Tracking
News yesterday made rounds that iPhones have been storing location data and when extracted can give a near precise reading of where you’ve been since installing the iOS 4.0 update. Users and even a senator are raising concern about the issue. The tracking data uses cell tower triangulation over GPS so the information collected by Read more…

Updates Galore For Safari, Snow Leopard, Lion and iOS

Updates Galore For Safari, Snow Leopard, Lion and iOS
Apple recently released a slew of updates for Safari, OS X and iOS. Snow Leopard and Safari The updates for Safari, Leopard and Snow Leopard are modest but contain the latest security fixes. Safari is updated to version 5.0.5 which patches Webkit vulnerabilities. Apple also released the Security Update 2011-002 for all version of Leopard Read more…

iPhone 5 To Sport New Dual Core A5 CPU, Double The Storage

iPhone 5 To Sport New Dual Core A5 CPU, Double The Storage
Hot on the heels of the iPad 2’s launch is news the iPhone 5 will receive the newest A5 CPU and double the storage. It has been rumored for some time the iPhone 5 would receive a much faster processor that would be on the same level as the iPad. Las week’s announcement the A5 Read more…

How The iPad 2’s Smart Cover Really Works

How The iPad 2's Smart Cover Really Works
During Apple’s iPad 2 event Steve Jobs touted Smart Covers for the device which shield the screen and wake the iPad when opened or sleep it closed. Here’s how Smart Covers really work. Months before the iPad 2’s debut Apple released Betas of iOS 4.3 to developers. Journalists and developers sifted through the Beta releases Read more…

WebKit2 Coming To OS X Lion, iOS 5 Could Be Next

WebKit2 Coming To OS X Lion, iOS 5 Could Be Next
Apple has touted WebKit, the underlying browser engine in iOS and OS X as being extremely powerful and versatile for users and developers alike. Building upon the success of WebKit is version 2 which is under active development and will be released with OS X Lion. Will iOS 5 be updated as well? WebKit2 is Read more…

Pro Soccer Zombie: Apocalypse Edition – This Is How Zombie Games Should Be

Pro Zombie Soccer: Apocalypse Edition
Every once in a while one discovers a new game, which even non-gamers enjoy. In last years zombies and the zombiecalypse have been omni-present and we love to blame Danny Boyle for this but thanks to probably the same Danny Boyle, we now can play Pro Zombie Soccer: Apocalypse Edition. Read more…

The iPad Is Indeed a Musical Force To Be Reckoned With

The iPad Is Indeed a Musical Force To Be Reckoned With
Interested in creating quality music with your iPad? Want to explore and develop your musical skills without having to fork over $500 for a Korg Electribe? With the multitude of music apps being sold on the App Store nowadays, there is something for everybody – both serious and casual musicians. In this article I’m going Read more…

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…

Why Would The iPad Have a 1 Megapixel Camera?

Why Would The iPad Have a 1 Megapixel Camera?
The newest Beta release of iOS 4.3 has some very concrete details on what will be included in the next generation iPad. While there has been a debate on major details such as screen resolution and video output, we can pin down some of the iPad 2’s specs. The folks at 9 to 5 Mac Read more…