A 4th gen iPod Shuffle seemingly autographed by Steve Jobs himself has gone up on eBay today, and even though the signature can’t be confirmed or certified, the auction is hitting some pretty incredible prices.
In the days of Windows 95, I used to spend the afternoons as a youngster flagging bombs and carefully completing levels. Minesweeper Q Premium has reignited a bomb detecting desire deep in my childish heart.
I came across a fascinating image on my Twitter feed this morning showing today’s iPod Touch next to Apple’s original iPod. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words.
Right on the eve of the holiday shopping season, Apple has begun airing a new iPod touch ad called “Share The Fun,” showing both the black and white iPod touch being used in entertaining ways.
The makers of the iHelicopter have added a new iPhone-connected toy to their offerings, the IW500 Wall-Climbing Car. We take it for a test drive.
Replacement first generation iPod Nanos are now arriving, after Apple launched a worldwide recall program when some models were diagnosed with potentially serious battery issues. Mac Rumors reports that the replacements are in fact refurbished first generation Nanos, with the same specifications as the ones that were sent in.
Apple has begun sending out emails to owners of the first-generation iPod nano, notifying them that the company has launched a worldwide replacement program for certain units due to overheating batteries.
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.