Rage For iOS Brings Extreme Gameplay At An Affordable Price

id Software has released the extremely interactive and gory first-person shooter RAGE for all iOS devices. The game is a scaled down version of the forthcoming Mac/PC release but packs a visual punch. RAGE, priced at an extremely affordable $0.99 for the Standard Definition version of the game and only $1.99 for the High Def Read more…

FingerPrint For The Mac Brings Back AirPrint Support

The newest Application from Collobos Software, FingerPrint, will have iPad users jumping for joy – it brings back AirPrint support to Mac OS X 10.6.5. FingerPrint is a simple application that tells your iPad the printer connected to your Mac is AirPrint compatible. This App bypasses the need for Terminal commands and other workarounds that Read more…

Could iOS 4.2 For iPad Be Delayed?

iPhone World reports on a rumor that iOS 4.2 for iPad won’t be released until November 24th – a week away. Friday, Apple seeded out a new build of iOS 4.2 aimed at fixing a WiFi connection issue plaguing the iPad. However, the public release of iOS 4.2 may not come until November 24th. This Read more…

Apple Teases iTunes Announcement – Music In The Cloud?

Apple Teases iTunes Announcement - Music In The Cloud?
Apple has teased a new announcement tomorrow regarding iTunes. The question on everyone’s mind: what is it about? Visiting Apple’s home page today reveals a teaser, in typical cryptic Cupertino fashion: “Tomorrow is just another day. That you’ll never forget.” Rumors and speculation have fueled the notion that Apple will be moving iTunes to the Read more…

Ping Comes To The iPad And Supports Twitter

Ping Comes To The iPad And Supports Twitter
Apple quietly introduced its social network for music, Ping, to the iPad bringing Twitter support and concert listings. The backend update allows iPad users to access the social network and connect with music fans or their favorite artists on the go. Ping for the iPad doesn’t differ from its desktop brother very much. You can Read more…

What? Only HP Will Print from iPad?

What? Only HP Will Print from iPad?
AirPrint is one of the major selling points of iOS 4.2, which is supposedly coming to iPhone, iPod Touch, and most importantly, is bringing iOS 4 capabilities to iPad, any day now. But now word is spreading that only a specific set of printers by HP will be able to use AirPrint. Like, at all. Read more…

iOS 4.2 Coming This Week?

iOS 4.2 Coming This Week?
According to German reports sourced by Cult of Mac, iOS 4.2, might hit your iTunes account this week, together with iTunes 10.1 which will be needed to install the new iOS release. Two dates are rumoured: November 9th (tomorrow, a Tuesday and regular update day) or November 12th. iOS 4.2 GM (Gold Master) was seeded Read more…

iPad Printing with iOS 4.2

iPad Printing with iOS 4.2
We’re just weeks away from proper printing directly from your iPad, thanks to the upcoming iOS 4.2 upgrade. So far, the only means of printing anything from your iPad is to sync it with your Mac and print from there. But let’s get real. If an extra step was something we were used to, we’d Read more…

iOS 4.2 Beta Includes New SMS Ringtones

iOS 4.2 Beta Includes New SMS Ringtones
I go into an office 2-3 days a week, and when I do, I share space with another guy. He’s also an Apple fan, and he has an iPhone 4 as well. Of course, we both have the same ringtone, and we both have the same SMS notifier. His phone rings, I jump, etc. It’s Read more…

What Apple Needs for the Next iPad

What Apple Needs for the Next iPad
With iOS 4.2, the iPad is finally catching up with the iPhone. Multitasking, printing, AirPlay and more are coming in just a few short weeks, but with it, there’s still the feeling that the iPad could do so much more. We all know that the iPad is going to get a version 2.0 in the Read more…