With the iPhone 4S launch last year, iPhones sold at full price were automatically unlocked, and according to TechCrunch, the same is true of the iPhone 5.
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Evernote has apparently listened to complaints about Skitch 2.0, and have now released Skitch 2.0.1, which adds back many of the lost features. They’ve also made version 1.0 available to download.
Earlier this week, we reported the problem some users were having with their iPhone 5, where their Wi-Fi connections were slow and unreliable. Well, OS X Daily thinks it has the solution to your problem.
Earlier this month we told you that Apple was working on a streaming music service to rival Pandora. Apple was reported to be negotiating with record labels, but was months away from launching the service. Today reports say that Sony is becoming a stumbling block to the launch of the service.
Afraid that “Hello Kitty” iPhone Dock your Nana got you for your birthday isn’t going to be compatible with your new iPhone 5 and the Apple Lightning Adapter? Well calm your fears, my little smitten kitten, it’ll probably work just fine.
After Tim Cook’s apology earlier today, Apple has now created a dedicated section in the App Store where users can view alternatives to Apple’s Maps, which include Garmin and Bing.
A newly published Apple patent application shows the company’s interest in flexible displays, and the related inventions that could be enabled by that technology.
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Eric Schmidt, Google’s outspoken chairman, has struck once again with a PR-friendly statement on patents, which, of course, portrays Google as a superhero of consumer rights while casting Apple as the shady villain.
We reported earlier this year about the United States Air Force’s plans to purchase iPads to replace its traditional flight bags with lighter more efficient digital versions.
If you’re looking to pay your yearly energy bill for charging your iPhone 5, we’ve got good news. You should be able to find enough change in your couch cushions to cover it.
Apple has quickly moved to address user complaints regarding the use of VoiceOver when browsing the redesigned App Store in iOS 6.
A Sharp executive insists the LCD supplier for Apple’s new iPhone 5 is not having any problems supplying displays to Apple.
Who would you trust most in an airport? The security staff perhaps? Well, if you do, you might find yourself with a few less gadgets by the time you board your plane. A fascinating report from ABC News has uncovered the surprisingly large numbers of TSA officers who’ve been caught stealing tech.
After iOS 6 was released on the 19th of September, easily the most complained about feature was Maps, with thousands reporting errors and inaccuracies. In response to this, Tim Cook has just published an open letter a la Steve Jobs on Apple’s website, stating that Apple is ‘extremely sorry’ and that it ‘fell short’.
Google announced support today for a new, easier way to sync your Gmail contacts with iOS: A protocol called CardDAV. Starting immediately, Google is now supporting the new standard on iOS 5 or later, as well as on Mac OS X Leopard and later.