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Apple’s New TV Ads Features AirPlay and FaceTime for iPhone 4

Written on July 11, 2011 by Lulu

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Apple broadcasts two new TV ads for their iPhone 4's features.

Apple ran two new TV ads for their iPhone 4. The two video showcase the features of the said device, which are genuinely rare on other platforms.

The features that are shown on the TV ads are the “AirPlay” and the “FaceTime”. “AirPlay” is a wireless audio and video streaming for speakers, as well as photos and videos. While “FaceTime” demonstrates a two way video calling between two iPhones, with a Mac and with an iPad.

See the videos after the cut.

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12 Outstanding Features of Apple’s iPad 2

Written on July 08, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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iPad 2 -- a smaller and lighter Apple device with two cameras for FaceTime and HD video recording.

The iPad 2 may have entered the tablet world with more greater offerings than its predecessor. But is it really considered as an excellent creation from Apple, or is it just designed to get the public’s attention?

In this article, GADG listed down the best features of iPad 2, and see whether it’s worth buying for. Check them out after the break.

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The Best Things About Apple’s iPhone 4

Written on July 08, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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With the next-generation iPhone 5 rumored to hit the market soon, GADG listed out the best features of iPhone 4. Just in case you want to reminisce one day.

iPhone 4 was considered to be one of the latest supreme gadgets that were released by Apple. Well, this is not actually surprising, as the company always makes their devices more outstanding than any other brands. Some reports even claimed that iPhone 4 seems to outrun the features of its predecessor, the iPhone 3.

Check out the best features of iPhone 4 after the break.

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Fring Brings In Tablet-optimised Four-way Video app for iPad 2

Written on June 29, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Move and give way, FaceTime! The tablet-optimized four-way video app from Fring is coming to Apple's iPad 2.

Famous instant messaging and video VoIP service, Fring, recently released a tablet-optimized app for the iPad 2. The Fring app enables users to make four-way video calls to other subscribers, and works with 3G. That said, there’ll be little need for Apple’s WiFi and iOS only FaceTime application.

The Fring app for iPad 2 is now available for download at the App Store — free of charge. Fring is also set to unveil an inter-platform calling app for Android sometime in the future.

More news are sure to come, so just stick it here at GADG.

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New Cool Features for iOS 5

Written on June 14, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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The newest and coolest features from iOS 5 will make its owners entertained, connected, and updated with the latest buzzes in the industry today.

As shared by the company, the iOS 5 comes in a completely new features, making it easier to use by techie and not-so techie people. And as of today, as more and more people are using this great gadget, some additional specs have been identified.

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Creepy iPhone 4 FaceTime Glitch Mysteriously Taking User’s Photos

Written on April 07, 2011 by R. Cruise

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A number of iPhone 4 users are complaining that their Apple smartphones seem to be taking photos of them without their consent, and then displaying these strangely taken photos during FaceTime.

The users are reporting these incidents in an Apple support forum, saying that photos of them taken by the iPhone 4’s front facing camera (which they did not snapped themselves) are suddenly displayed on their phone screens during FaceTime calls. People have reported the issue on both iOS 4.3 and iOS 4.3.1.

According to a post by a user called ‘kar0786’, she and her boyfriend have experienced the glitch several times already, and is already creeping them out.

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Inside Mac OS X 10.7 Lion’s iChat 6

Written on April 07, 2011 by Adam Eve

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With Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, you can reach both your Yahoo and MSN chat buddies. Thanks to iChat 6!

Apple’s bundled instant messenger app, iChat 6, now adds Yahoo IM support. Unlike e-mail, the IM is partitioned into proprietary solos – like AOL, ICQ, Skype and many others – using their own systems for text and video chat. Hence, anyone who wants to exchange messages with users of different system must use a multi-protocol chat client.

But although iChat 6 only supports text chats in Yahoo IM, this builds a gateway for users to support both populations of Yahoo and MSN. In addition to this, it integrates separate chat accounts and protocols into a buddy list. It also features a coordinated login across all user-configured accounts. But don’t fuss! This feature can be disabled if you don’t want to share the same status for each IM client that you use.

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Jail Breaking News: FaceTime on iPhone 3Gs

Written on November 10, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Good News! Jail breakers finally discovered how to use FaceTime on iPhone 3GS. Itching to try it on your own? Jump to the video now.

Jail breaking the iPhone is one of the easiest ways to discover new things. Now, there is another discovery made through jailbreak, FaceTime on 3GS. Your old iPhones can now be capable of the FaceTime feature. Since there is no front facing camera on 3GS, the effect on chat and face recognition is a little bit underrated but nevertheless, FaceTime is still possible.

How to do it? Watch the video after the skip and learn the process.

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iPhone 4 sets foot in UAE without FaceTime

Written on September 27, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Middle East iPhone 4 consumers were disappointed when iPhone 4 sets foot in UAE and Qatar without FaceTime. Reports said that the carriers blamed Apple for this huge mistake.

Apple’s iPhone 4 was launched this weekend at Quatar and UAE. But buyers were surprised not to have FaceTime on their devices. The National reports that the popularized video chat is not included on the iPhones sold at UAE carriers Etisalat and du as well as the Vodafone in Qatar.

Carriers are throwing blames on Apple for the missing feature and representatives from both carriers are blaming Cupertino as well. It was reportedly advertised on Middle East Apple site on the 20th of September and then suddenly FaceTime was removed. TUAW reports that UAE denizens have actually tried using FaceTime abroad. According to them, FaceTime is working not until they install the iOS 4.1 update.

No official word from Apple was gievn until now.

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Leaked: Apple, Testing a Video Call on iPad?

Written on September 06, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Another leaked photo which stir our curiosity. Is it the 2nd gen iPad?

The first time we saw the photo, it seems that we are only looking on the new iPod Touch. But 9 to 5 Mac cleared the confusion. We are seeing a next-gen iPad equipped with camera and formulated for video calls.

Remembering the leaked iPhone 4 software, the one on the photo and on iPhone has a very similar menu. And after weeks from that leaked info, iPhone 4 was released carrying the said software. Which means, when there is smoke, there might be a fire. Or maybe we are looking at the new iProd 4.1?

Let’s wait and see.

Image credits: 9 to 5 Mac

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