According to a number of tips we have received, many Lightning to MicroUSB adapters are showing up dead on arrival. Plugging them into a Micro USB cable, and then into a Mac or wall charger, yields no result at all. The adapter cannot charge OR sync devices.
During the legal battle between Apple and Samsung, the latter frequently made a point of claiming that Apple didn’t own a patent on “rounded rectangles.” And they were right – until now! Apple’s latest design patent covers just that!
When Apple announced the iPhone 5, with its new Lightning connector, much wailing and gnashing of teeth was heard throughout the land. Users would have to either purchase Lightning to 30-pin adapters, or buy all new Lighting compatible accessories.
Apple has now begun selling an official Lightning to Micro USB adapter on the Apple Online Store in the U.S., priced at $19. Micro USB adapters have previously only been available to European customers
While everyone talks about what the iPod touch brings to the table, something it doesn’t have compared to its predecessor is an ambient light sensor. So when customer Raghid Harake found out, he decided to email Phil Schiller for an explanation.
Solutions provider iFixit, who just loves to buy stuff and pop them open to see what makes them tick, has just done a teardown analysis for the 7th-generation iPod nano. Let’s see what they found inside the newly svelte device from Apple.
You might have thought that seeing as the new iPod nano has just been released, it wouldn’t need any software updates, but you’d be wrong. In order to use your device, you’ll need to install update 1.0.1 when you plug it in in order to use it with the current version of iTunes.
As Apple’s new 5th-gen iPod touch and new iPod nano arrives in Apple Stores and customers’ homes, Apple has begun airing their colorful new television ad for the device. The ad was first shown at Apple’s iPhone 5 media event, and particular highlights the many new color options available for the device.
More and more people are getting their hands on the fifth generation iPod touch unveiled at the iPhone 5 event, and in its usual style, iFixit has torn down Apple’s latest iPod to see what’s inside.
Apple has finally begun shipping the first pre-orders of the new iPod touch and iPod nano to customers, and has begun stocking the new iPods at Apple Stores. Both of the new iPods feature an all-new design and revamped specs.
The app is a harkening from he old days of internet based soundboards. OMG! Button! is a tribute to those old soundboards of yore and fits conveniently in your pocket as a universal app.
Of the huge selection of games in the App Store, the ones that we tend to gravitate towards games that are easy to learn, fun to play, challenging to master, and frequently, centered around animals. With all those factors in weighing in, iOS game Iron Mouse is no exception.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This weekend we are proud to present you with an iPhone 5 wallpaper starter kit!
There were quite a few highlights to today iPhone 5 event, and one that may have been overlooked was the really cool new iPod commercial Apple debuted.
Apple has launched a new pair of headphones, or EarPods, which have been completely redesigned to give you better sound and fit your ear more comfortably. Also announced was the iPod touch loop, a neat accessory that you can attach to the new iPod touch to make it easier to carry and handle..
Apple announced a few other new releases today, as along with the much awaited iPhone 5 release, they also announced some major upgrades for their iPod touch lineup.