Following Apple’s release of iOS 5.0.1 beta to developers last night, Dev Team member Musclenerd revealed via Twitter that the new beta firmware can still be jailbroken using the current release of Redsn0w.
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We take a look at Pad&Quill’s newly released Little Black Book for the iPhone 4 & 4S, and see if it holds up to the high standards set by previous Pad & Quill products.
A recent study has shown that Android phones are much more prone to breaking than iPhones and even Blackberries.
Having been announced just 6 weeks ago, the insanely cheap $199 Kindle Fire is now nearly here. But Apple isn’t worried, believing that the tablet could actually help them by causing continued Android fragmentation.
According to the latest mobile user survey from Nielsen, Apple remained the top US smartphone manufacturer even before the release of the iPhone 4S, accounting for a significant 28% of all smartphones in the country.
In case you missed the new Steve Jobs documentary on PBS or UK channel 4 last night, PBS has now posted the entire film online for all to view, which we have embedded below for your viewing pleasure.
We show how to give your Mac’s screen an easy-on-the-eyes negative effect using a simple command. The effect is intended to improve screen contrast for people with vision problems.
In this Mac iOS Tip I take a look at how to show more information about a song in iOS.
Rumours have surfaced suggesting that Apple will not release a fully upgraded iPad 3 until Q3 of 2012, despite the fact that an updated version of the iPad 2 may be released earlier in the year.
Local City and County governments across the land are searching for ways to cut expenses and still be able to provide needed services for their citizens. Enter “Operation iPad.”
An industry analyst has noted that sales records set by the new iPhone 4s may be largely due to the inclusion of Apple’s popular Siri personal assistant technology.
Sources in Apple’s supply chain say that Apple will overhaul all of its product lines in 2012. The iPad, iMac, iPhone and MacBook Air will all be included.
Apple has released iTunes 10.5.1 beta 2 to developers to continue their testing of the upcoming iTunes Match service. The company has also begun testing the iTunes Match service on the Apple TV.
As the legal brawl between Apple and Samsung continues to rage on, Samsung is attempting to obtain testimony from Apple design guru Jony Ive, as well as other Apple designers, in an attempt to ban the iPhone 4S from being sold in Australia.
Following a statement issued by Apple confirming battery life issues in iOS 5, Apple has begun seeding developers with iOS 5.0.1 beta, which is intended to correct the battery life issues, as well as adding multi-touch gestures to the 1st-gen iPad.
Ever since iOS 5 was released, and particularly since the launch of the iPhone 4S, users have been complaining about battery life issues. Apple has now confirmed that they have found some issues, and will be issuing an update ‘in a few weeks’ to address the issue.