If you live in North America then you may be familiar with the iOS daylight savings time bug that keeps happening over the last couple of years.
Digital microscopes cost a lot of money and are probably unnecessary for most people. Whether you want to explore the world around you or you want to teach your kids about the unseen world, this little hack for your iPhone will be a great project.
Do you have friends or family living overseas waiting to get their hands on Apples newest phones? Well if so then they are in luck, Apple has released their newest phones in even more countries.
Well, looks like the hackers have done it again. This time they have gotten Siri to run on any device. In theory at least. The guys over at
Well, it seems like forever ago when we wrote about Swype for iPhone, but now it has finally been released. Not officially of course, as you’re going to have to get it through Cydia.
A new study of 43 countries and over 34,000 people has concluded that Canadians are the leader in mobile communications. 41% of Canadians use smart phones compared to only 26% of the rest of the world.
I think this is a likely integration to happen. iMessage is a very useful app, it’s one of the great apps of iOS5. The Styling is basically the same as iChat for OSX with a lot of the same features. When the other person types you can see that they are about to send a message, as well as delivered times.
Well, looks like there is a new patent that Apple filed for a wireless charging system. In the patent it appears that there is an iMac-looking device and the wireless charge would then charge the laptop and mouse, basically eliminating the need to have batteries or have to replace batteries.
iOS 5 is now officially annouced. Did you miss the keynote and demos?
Well, you’re in luck. Apple just put up the keynote.