iOS New Year’s Alarm Bug Still Present

iOS New Year's Alarm Bug Still Present
iOS users have sent back a message: Alarm clocks aren’t working on iPhones and iPod Touches that have reached the year 2011. The issue seems to happen when the device crosses in to the new year and when an alarm is not recurring. Jason Snell of Macworld has a proposed fix: Once you’ve passed that Read more…

Skype Video Calling Comes To iOS, Competes With FaceTime

Skype Video Calling Comes To iOS, Competes With FaceTime
Not one to take VOIP and video conferencing competition lying down, Skype has brought video calling to its iOS App. Skype has updated its iOS App to support video calling to any Skype client on any OS – a far wider reach of devices than those supported by Apple’s FaceTime. The update requires iOS 4.0 Read more…

One Of The Best Fitness Apps, RunKeeper Pro, Is Free Through January

RunKeeper Pro, one of the best fitness Apps for iOS, is free through the month of January. That’s a saving of $10 and all the motivation of a personal trainer. I’ve been an avid RunKeeper Pro user for a year. It’s a great App to track your fitness progress and more importantly motivate you to Read more…

iPod Nano Hack Could Lead To Future Jailbreak

iPod Nano Hack Could Lead To Future Jailbreak
The sixth generation iPod Nano is the first in its line to run iOS over the traditional iPod Operating system that’s been reliant on a click wheel instead of a touch screen. One man, James Whelton, has already taken the first step to hacking the iPod Nano. Whelton, an Irish developer has gain access to Read more…

Untethered Jailbreak For iOS 4.2 Out Now In Beta Form

If you’ve been waiting for an untethered Jailbreak, you may be in luck. However, a word to caution for those looking to try it: it’s in beta form. The iPhone Dev Team announced a beta version of its untethered Jailbreak but it isn’t for the faint of heart. This beta is only available for the Read more…

Jailbreak Detector No Longer Present In iOS 4.2

As developers find holes and exploits to Jailbreak and unlock iOS devices, Apple has been vigilant on developing countermeasures to these exploits by implementing tougher security measures in each OS revision. However, Apple may be relenting a bit as the API used to detect if iOS was compromised is no longer available in the latest Read more…

Virgin Launches Project Magazine

Virgin launched Project magazine yesterday and is the newest competitor in the digital magazine space. The App is available for free from the iTunes store. Issues are downloaded within the App and cost $2.99 each. While there has been much talk about the future of magazines on the iPad, Project is a step in the Read more…

Project Magazine For The iPad To Launch Tomorrow

Richard Branson’s magazine for the iPad is set to launch tomorrow according to Mashable. The magazine App, which is trickling out through the various iTunes stores of the world. The App itself is free but issues will be $2.99. We’ll be covering the magazine and review it as soon as it launches. Read more…

How Apple Optimized iOS 4.2.1 With Web Devs In Mind

Apple has included a major amount of fixes and tweaks in iOS 4.2.1 — here’s a look at a few at what’s new in Safari that will entice Web Developers and how Apple is working to squash a sluggish user experience. Better RAM Management — Apps Faster Over Beta Versions A large concern iOS users Read more…

What An iPad Magazine Needs To Be

Richard Branson and Rupert Murdoch are both moving in to the iPad subscription business — uncharted territory even for a media tycoon and an ambitious entrepreneur. Their foray in to iPad content distribution will come as Apps, digital magazines that will hopefully give new life to an aging  method of printing information. Murdoch and Branson Read more…