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Apple Warns Against Jailbreaking iOS In An Updated Knowledge Base Article

Apple Warns Against Jailbreaking iOS In An Updated Knowledge Base Article

We recently covered the announcement and eventual release of the jailbreak tool, evasi0n. The tool essentially accomplishes untethered jailbreak on a range of iOS devices, including iPhone 5. Naturally, the practice doesn’t sit well with Apple who has now updated its Knowledge Base warning iOS users against it.

By On February 7, 2013 Respond
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Disney Announces Highly Interactive ‘Infinity’ Game For iOS Devices And Consoles

Disney Announces Highly Interactive ‘Infinity’ Game For iOS Devices And Consoles

Disney has been collaborating with a number of other entities to create a highly interactive game titled ‘Infinity.’ The game was originally developed by Avalanche Studios with help from both Disney Interactive and Pixar. The company has now announced that the game would be available on consoles as well as iOS devices.

By On January 16, 2013 Respond
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iOS Users Are A Lot More Web-Savvy Compared To Android Users

iOS Users Are A Lot More Web-Savvy Compared To Android Users

Google has been able to beat Apple in terms of volume. Android sales have far outdone iPhone sales by a significant margin. However, despite this, the mobile web traffic generated by Android devices is a lot lower than that of iOS devices, a revelation made by IBM through Black Friday data.

By On November 27, 2012 2 Responses
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Google Released Its Own YouTube Apps For iOS

Google Released Its Own YouTube Apps For iOS

Apple slashed the native YouTube app for iOS devices with its upcoming iOS 6. Since then, Google has been trying to present a viable solution to put YouTube back in iOS devices. Now, just ahead of the iPhone 5 launch event(probably iOS 6 release event too), Google has unveiled a new YouTube app which is available in Apple’s App Store.

By On September 11, 2012 Respond
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Apple Thinking About Investing Millions In Twitter

Apple Thinking About Investing Millions In Twitter

With the wild popularity and significance of online social networks, it is becoming increasingly important for tech giants to be either a part of the whole social experience or risk becoming irrelevant. Apple may indeed enjoy the top position in the smartphone as well as the tablet market but the company is still absent from the world of social networks. Is it about time that Apple entered it?

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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[Rumor] Apple Redesigning iPod Nano In Oblong Shape With Home Button

[Rumor] Apple Redesigning iPod Nano In Oblong Shape With Home Button

Japanese blog Macotakara has claimed that Apple is redesigning its iPod Nano and is planning to launch the redesigned iPod nano later this year. According to the blog, the upcoming iPod nano will come back to an oblong style form. The new iPod will have a dedicated home button instead of click-wheel, similar to current iOS devices. The case size will be smaller in 3 quarters than iPod nano’s fifth-generation, and thickness will be thinner than iPod nano’s sixth-generation.

By On July 11, 2012 Respond
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Apple Bags A Patent For Inductive Charging Dock

Apple Bags A Patent For Inductive Charging Dock

Apple has a knack of filing patents and bagging them even when it has no intents of using a technology in the near future. In fact, many Apple patents don’t see the light of the day and remain just patents. Nonetheless, this can be deemed the company’s strategy to guard its intellectual property rights.

By On June 27, 2012 Respond
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How To Fix Error 1600 When You Load iOS 5.0.1, 5.1, 5.1.1 Or iOS 6

How To Fix Error 1600 When You Load iOS 5.0.1, 5.1, 5.1.1 Or iOS 6

A lot of us have been rather hasty to jump the iOS 6 bandwagon and upgrade to this latest firmware. Most users did so primarily to get a taste of the new release and lay their hands on some of the awesome features that Apple has included in iOS 6. However, the problem is that if you wish to revert back to a lower firmware from iOS, you will run into a whole host of problems.

By On June 14, 2012 Respond
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Apple’s iOS Devices Are Most Significant In Mobile Web Usage

Apple’s iOS Devices Are Most Significant In Mobile Web Usage

Google may have been able to beat other smartphone vendors in that the total number of Android smartphone sales has outed all the others. However, Apple is still the winner in a lot of things. To count a few, Apple has the highest revenue and the highest profits among all the smartphone vendors.

By On June 2, 2012 Respond
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Absinthe 2.0 Released, Jailbreaks iOS 5.1.1 Devices, Download Now!

Absinthe 2.0 Released, Jailbreaks iOS 5.1.1 Devices, Download Now!

Most iOS users have been eagerly waiting for an untethered jailbreak of their devices even since Apple rolled out iOS 5.1.1. Updating to a latest firmware version ends a jailbreak and that’s why many have been waiting for the jailbreak so that they can finally upgrade to iOS 5.1.1. We reported earlier that Absinthe 2.0 is expected to arrive at the Hack in the Box hackers event in Amsterdam and now it has proved to be true.

By On May 26, 2012 1 Response
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Grocery Mate – Premium Shopping List App For iOS Devices [Free]

Grocery Mate – Premium Shopping List App For iOS Devices [Free]

Every time I have to go to a grocery store, I usually memorize the list in my mind. Almost always, I forget some of them and bring the rest from the list. But it seems my problem will be solved by this new app Grocery Mate. SMS Services O.o.o. developed Grocery Mate app for the iOS platform supports iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. From now on I will create a list in my iPhone before going to buy groceries! This premium app was charged $1.99 which is now totally free to download from directly iTunes store.

By On April 23, 2012 Respond
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Apple Plans To Add iOS Sync Hubs To Genius Bars

Apple Plans To Add iOS Sync Hubs To Genius Bars

Apple Store Genius Bar is known to have your device replaced shall your face any problem with your iDevice. However, users often have to take care of a lot of things before they attempt to do so. They have to create a backup, sometimes with Apple’s iCloud, and only then venture upon such a feat. Now, however, Apple is adding iOS Sync data hub, which will be a wireless service, to enable doing so right at the Genius Bar.

By On April 21, 2012 Respond
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Skyhook CEO Says Major Non-Google Android Device On Its Way

Skyhook CEO Says Major Non-Google Android Device On Its Way

Google currently has the primary control over Android platform. It decides what goes or doesn’t go into the platform and actual vendors of Android devices have little sway. This, according to the CEO of Skyhook, is leading to a kind of ‘mutinying’ where a major, non-Google vendor wants to launch an Android device independent of Google. This would also mean that such a vendor wouldn’t have an access to Google Play.

By On April 6, 2012 Respond
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Diamond Dash Hits 11 Million Downloads On iOS Devices

Diamond Dash Hits 11 Million Downloads On iOS Devices

Diamond Dash has been among the earliest arcade games online which offered a truly social experience. It debuted in December 2011 with the feature of ‘Facebook Connect’, something which immediately hooked millions of users to the game. Now, in a press release, the developer of the game, Wooga, has announced that the game has hit 11 millions downloads on iOS devices alone since its launch!

By On April 2, 2012 Respond
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Android And iOS Grab 90 Percent Share Of US Smartphones Purchased In Last 3 Months

Android And iOS Grab 90 Percent Share Of US Smartphones Purchased In Last 3 Months

The market share of both Android and iOS combined is rapidly increasing in the U.S smartphone market. And this is happening at the expense of other smartphone vendors, especially RIM. According to a report about the US smartphone purchases made in the last three months, 90% of these devices were either Android or iOS.

By On March 30, 2012 Respond
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