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Apple's Digital AV Adapter is for everyone in the Apple family namely the iPad, iPad 2, iPhone and the iPod Touch.
The iOS devices are close to perfection. Get a smartphone in the name of iPhone 4, a high-standard tablet called iPad (or iPad 2!) and a cool music player with iPod Touch. There’s nothing to ask for more…but wait, how about an adapter that will connect these devices to other hardware (e.g. HDTV.)? Worry no more! Apple’s Digital AV Adapter is here.
Put your photos in a slideshow, play movies or everything else that’s inside your iPad 2’s screen on a bigger and better screen. Apple announced this new add-on to the iOS devices together with the iPad 2. The US$39 Apple Digital AV Adapter will let you share the wonders of your tablet to everyone in the room. Using the adapter, you can connect your widescreen TV, video projection screen or a device which is HDMI-compatible to your tablet.Read the rest of the article »
Are you ready for the new Verizon iPhone 4?
The famous Verizon iPhone 4 has finally arrived. Lucky are Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey of Attack of the Show, the famous American TV show for G4 to have a full hands-on with the device. Together with techsite G4TV’s Gadget Pr0n, they made a review on the new Verizon iPhone 4. Let’s find out the new tweak on the Verizon iPhone 4.Read the rest of the article »
Overall, the reviews showed that the Verizon iPhone 4 has its own pros and cons. Whichever carrier you choose, it all boils down to what features and services suit your needs. It is just that at the moment, Verizon iPhone 4 is hot in the eye of the public.
Overall, the reviewsshowed that the Verizon iPhone 4 has its own pros and cons. Whichever carrier you choose, it all boils down to what features and services suit your needs. It is just that at the moment, Verizon iPhone 4 is hot in the eye of the public.Read the rest of the article »
“We are pleased to introduce millions of wireless users to the industry leading iPhone 4 on the nation’s most reliable network." ---Lowell McAdam, president and chief operating officer of Verizon.
At long last! Verizon iPhone has landed. The deal between Apple and the Big Red company commonly known as Verizon is sealed.
After a little talk about the 4G network, finally, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam confirmed that the CDMA version of the iPhone 4 is up for grabs next month. Big Red subscribers can start placing pre-orders by February 3 while the non-subscribers can grab the deal on February 10.Read the rest of the article »
No words about the iPhone from the Verizon CEO on his keynote speech today at CES 2011.
Since Apple didn’t show up on CES 2011, people hoped that at least Verizon will mention something about the iPhone release. Unfortunately, not a single statement about iPhone was uttered.
Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg didn’t use his time for a keynote address at CES 2011 to announce the iPhone endorsement. Many expected Seidenberg will air his side especially in time of the news that AT&T is slashing iPhone 3GS price and reports claiming that Apple retail staff were told to forget about vacation.
Seidenberg spent his time discussing Verizon’s LTE and FiOS networks, and even execs from Microsoft and Google helped out when he demonstrated Android devices including the tablets.View Article Source »
"We're aware of an issue related to non-repeating alarms set for January 1 or 2. Customers can set recurring alarms for those dates and all alarms will work properly beginning January 3." said spokeswoman Natalie Harrison.
New Year’s day didn’t start up that good with iPhone especially with the alarm clock. Came January 1, the alarm turned out to be suffering from a glitch. According to the frustration-filled tweets on Twitter, just when the clock strikes midnight, one off alarms will cease to turn off. Sounds like the Daylight Savings Time trouble we witnessed back in November huh?
Apple sent a word with Macworld magazine that they are completely aware of the problem.
“We’re aware of an issue related to non-repeating alarms set for January 1 or 2. Customers can set recurring alarms for those dates and all alarms will work properly beginning January 3.” said spokeswoman Natalie Harrison.
It should be singing off now. We’re hoping that Apple gives consideration on the matter.View Article Source »
This game will surely cause jolt in your heart out of excitement. The new iOS games brought by Epic Games and Id Software is a sure hit among gamers. Hop on to the trailer video and see the battle unfold right in front of you.
We became witnesses of Epic Games and Id Software’s game engines for the iOS devices. But this will be the first look on the first actual games that will use them. The first of the few chosen ones is the Mutant Bash TV by Id. This will cost a small amount of $0.99 for the standard version. While a dollar up for the Retina Display version. But Epic Games quite impressed us more with their Infinity Blade which was the counterpart of Unreal Engine 3 based “Epic Citadel.” Somehow it’s a little God of War-ish. But this is a different mind we’re seeing. A brand mixture of Karateka, Dragon’s Lair and Punch-Out.
Unfortunately Mutant Bash TV has no demo videos to share but here we can provide the infinity Blade Debut Trailer:Read the rest of the article »
After hitting the world with iPhone 4 and the new generations of iPod, Apple is now developing another device to wow us. Introducing the leaked out iPhone 5. Formerly known as iPhone 3.2, the device is nearly there and almost ready. Here are the leaked piece about the latest from Apple.
We came across the site of Boy Genius Report and we saw some interesting news about our favorite and “Marketer of the Decade” Apple. After the iPhone 4’s unrelenting drama that cause a chaos among smartphones, let’s welcome the iPhone 5. The assumed Verizon phone. It carries a simcard slot, CDMA compatible and the hardware is almost final.
This might be the answer to the iPhone 4’s antenna gate problem since it carries the CDMA + GSM/HSPA that will support Verizon, AT&T and other mobile carrier all over the globe. And we think this must be a little bit final. With all the last minute details.
Boy Genius said that according to their “very close source to Apple” the device is on the EVT, meaning it has reached the engineering verification test phase. This is right before they hit the DVT phase.View Article Source »
iPhone 4 is already a pricey piece of gadget but what if 100 karat diamond pieces are adhered on its surface? Then, it becomes the world's most precious mobile device. A man named Stuart Hughes made this possible and he is now the proud creator of iPhone worth $8 million.
Warning: This is worth a fortune. Usually, if you have money that is more than want you need, you just want to enjoy the lavish things. And this time, we are talking about your mobile phone. Upon iPhone 4’s arrival we know, you started calling your associates so you would be the first one to have it. After getting your hands on this newest Apple product, you want to customize it to fit your extravagant lifestyle. Our fiece recommendation? Try Stuart Hughes. He customizes your handy electronics with gold and diamonds. See here his latest latest creation, the iPhone 4 plated with diamonds. It is now known as the “world’s most expensive phone.” Hughes made two models for his Australian client. Each iPhone 4 is equipped with 500 diamonds which totals to 100 karats with a special granite box. Total cost is nearly $8 million. Just a word of advice: never leave this thing unattended.View Article Source »
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.View Article Source »
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