In this Mac tip I take a look at how to manage multiple devices in iTunes.
After considerable work on porting Apple’s iPhone 4S-exclusive Siri functionality to work on other devices, developers Steven Troughton-Smith and chpwn have finally succeeded at fully porting Siri to the iPhone 4 & iPod touch.
It’s the iPod’s 10th birthday, and the folks at VoucherCode.co.uk have put together this amazing impact showing how the iPod has evolved over the last 10 years – and how it has changed the world.
The iPod was introduced exactly ten years ago today, and is one of the most important inventions of Steve Jobs life. Steve Jobs and the iPod were both revolutionary, and have one thing in common: they stood out above their peers, and changed the way we viewed the world.
In addition to announcing the iPhone 4S at their “Let’s Talk iPhone” media event, Apple also released a new version of the iPod touch, which now comes in white. iFixit got their hands on one and opened it up, only to find out that almost nothing has changed.
Ion Audio has just announced the release of their new Piano Apprentice – a piano teaching tool for the iPad, iPod and iPhone touch. The Piano Apprentice works with a free companion app, and uses a light-up keyboard to teach you how to play various piano tunes.
Apple has now officially begun listing the white iPod touch as being for sale at the Apple Online Store. The white iPod touch will have iOS 5 pre-installed, and reflects only minor changes from previous models.
The folks over at iFixit have already gotten their hands on the new 7th generation iPod nano, and have promptly ripped it apart in their usual fashion, finding no notable differences between the new model and its predecessor.
In case you missed yesterday’s iPhone media event and the news surrounding it, and would like to get up to speed quickly, the most important moments in yesterday’s presentation have been highlighted in one 90 second video.
Aside from releasing the impressive new iPhone 4S, Apple also released an updated iPod nano today with larger icons, enhanced fitness features, and sixteen beautiful new clock faces for the device.
Apple has just announced two new updates for the iPod line – new iPod nanos starting at just $129, and a new iPod touch in black and white starting at just $199, down from $229 in the past. The new…
Following this morning’s report that Apple’s next-gen iPhone may come in a 64GB capacity, and considering the seemingly immanent death of the iPod Classic, speculation has begun surrounding a possible 128GB iPod Touch.
While many have suspected that the iPod Classic’s days are numbered, a new report provides yet another nail in the coffin: Apple has removed support for iPod click wheel games from the iTunes Store. The App Store link to click wheel games has now been removed.
As Apple’s upcoming October 4th media event draws nearer, product listings for a new iPod touch and what appears to be a new revised iPhone 4 have appeared in Apple’s inventory system, reports 9to5Mac, continuing to fuel speculation leading to Apple’s event.
Apple may very well be planning to discontinue the iPod Classic and the iPod Shuffle this year, reports TUAW, suggesting that Apple may make some changes to the iPod touch to compensate for discontinuing the two iPod models.
Apple is expected to hold a press conference in the near future to introduce its fall iPod lineup and officially unveil the iPhone 5. New information suggests that Apple may release a white iPod touch at this time as well!