After a three year hiatus, Apple is back with an updated iPod lineup. Read all about the freshly-announced Touch, Nano and Shuffle right here.
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OS X Yosemite’s green maximize button doesn’t work as expected, but we have a free solution, here’s how to fix it and make it work correcly.
iOS 7 adds a bit more movement to the old interface. New is the dynamic wallpaper. It’s an animated background designed to add just a little flavor to your iPhone’s home screen.
Someone asked me about this one yesterday. iOS 7 likes to automatically set up a passcode lock. I use one on my iPhone, but I don’t really need it on my iPad. Here’s how to change that.
Apple today released Logic Pro X on the Mac App Store. Logic is Apple’s popular DAW (digital audio workstation) software. It sells for $200 and has several enhancements.
Who doesn’t want quality free apps for their iPhone or iPad? In celebration of 5 years of the App Store, you can get normally expensive app for free!
Next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference is sure to have a certain air of vacancy to it – it’ll be the first of Apple’s annual extravaganzas to be held since Steve Jobs’ passing. But even though something will be missing from the event next week, there will be plenty to talk about.
Every time I restore my iPhone (i.e. after jailbreaking or if I just wipe it clean and re-sync it), I get this constant error message asking me to “enter voicemail password” over and over again. For some reason, I can never remember what to do in this situation—well, this time, I’m documenting the solution for […]
This week Apple began accepting submissions for the upcoming Mac App Store, the OS X equivalent of the iOS iTunes based App Store. For Mac users this is a big deal; what Steam Powered has done for games, Apple is doing for Mac applications. This also means a big opportunity for people who never jumped […]
Your iPhone has a screen lock passcode set up, so all of your data is safe… right? Think again, there is a new exploit for the iPhone 4 or iPhone 3G(S) running iOS 4.1 that allows people to easily break in and access your contact list, photos, voicemail, and call history. The iOS exploit works […]
In one of our previous articles we got you informed on the New Apple Products and the Release of iTunes 10. iTunes 10 brought us a bunch of new features and a great new view which resembles the view in Windows Media Player 12. What is NOT GROOVY however is the new view doesn’t show […]
Recently we told you about Apple’s 2010 Music Event along with the release of iTunes 10 and its new Ping feature. “Ping perhaps is the twitter and facebook for iTunes” according to Steve Jobs. Anyway, although disabled by default if for some reason you turned on PING and now want it disabled (like me) here’s […]
Apple has just released 3 New iPods in their latest music event making a great addition to their product library and also surprised customers with lots of other goodies and news that we’ll quickly cover right now. iPod Touch Apple released a new iPod Touch that’s packed with new features including a slimmer iPhone-3GS-Style body, […]
Just when you thought the on-going battle between Apple and Adobe was over, Artefactgroup announced a new project that works around Apples “no flash” policy. It’s still in testing and development but they’ve put some “proof of concept” videos up and it’s looking pretty groovy. The technology is officially called Artefact Animator and has future […]