Archive for May, 2011
Recently, BGR reports that Apple may push out a new iOS update, version 4.3.3, to address the iOS location services and data tracking.
According to reports, it seems that iOS 4.3.3 is due within the next week.
The new update (build 8J2) will address the following for iPad:
- The update will no longer back up the location database to iTunes.
- The size of the location database will be reduced.
- The location database … Read More
Looks like Apple has released a new iPad 2 ad.
Like the previous ad (We Believe), this video focuses on the emotional connection between the iPad and the user.
The ad is entitled “If you asked”. Check it out:
If you’re on the search for a form fitted and lightweight iPad case, check out the Safara Collection of iPad cases from case manufacturer “More.”
The cases are of the slip-in style and cover the iPad completely, they even fit well with the iPad 2 Smart Cover. If you can get over some of the colour schemes, the Safara cases are really nice in both form and function.
The cases are also … Read More
So I go on vacation for a couple of weeks, and I come back to what seems like the world gone awry. Amazon AWS going down, Sony’s PSN network outage and subsequent data leak (I replaced my credit card, have you?), and last but not least, another Apple scandal.
Naturally, Apple’s not new to scandal nor are they unfamiliar with bad press (remember Antenna-Gate). What bugs me most about it all … Read More
If you have a Windows PC and an iPad, you can make your iPad a secondary display for your PC for free!
DisplayLink for iPad is a companion application that wirelessly turns your iPad into an extended desktop display. There are numerous benefits to a secondary display, but it is really neat to use your iPad as that display!
With DisplayLink installed on the iPad, the other side of the application is … Read More
The Wall Street Journal today reports that Apple and Time Inc. have reached an agreement which allows subscribers of the print editions of Time’s major magazines to access the iPad versions for free! In other words, if you are currently a print subscriber to Time’s major titles, you get the iPad access at no charge.
Starting today, if you currently subscribe to Sports Illustrated, Time or Fortune magazines, you will be able to … Read More
Our iPads rely a lot on iTunes for adding media such as videos and movies. But we also use iTunes to remove that content, which can be cumbersome if you just want to quickly remove one or two videos.
With advancements in iOS, you no longer need iTunes to remove videos from your iPad. To quickly remove videos/movies, follow the three steps below:
1.) Tap on the iPad Videos app on the … Read More
iPhone hacker @p0sixninja (aka Joshua Hill) recently tweeted Geohot has accepted his challenge to work on the iPad 2 jailbreak. Joshua tweeted the iPad 2 jailbreak has been one of the slowest progressing jailbreaks to date. In order to get motivated with some competition he challenged Geohot to see who could dump the iPad 2 bootrom first. Geohot accepted, and will soon get his hands on an iPad 2.
I’m … Read More
The popular i.TV app has been updated with several new features, a new design, and now has iPad support.
For those not already using i.TV, the app is best known for its Netflix integration and for providing local TV listings based on your service provider (Shaw, Bell, Rogers, etc). Using the app, users may bookmark their favorite shows, schedule their TiVo DVR, and also access show information from IMDB and Wikipedia.
Users … Read More