The iOSOpenDev project was recently released to the public and it allows for the creation of Cydia packages by providing Xcode templates. iOSOpenDev is available for Mac OS X 10.6.x or 10.7.x and it requires Xcode 4.x.
With the release of iOS 5, Apple introduced the ability to split the keyboard in order to make typing easier in certain situations. Until now, six invisible keys that Apple managed to covertly sneak into the iPad’s split keyboard have remained a secret known only to a handful of iPad owners.
This is the seventy-third episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the iPhone 5, an iPad 3 prototype with an A6 processor, a Taiwanese site that was sued over leaking an “iPad 3″ part and more. Links to the articles …
According to PatentlyApple, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent filed by Apple that details a touchscreen desktop with new virtual controls. With the entire mobile smartphone and tablet market dominated by touchscreen devices, it makes sense that Apple would try to revolutionize the PC market with the introduction of a touchscreen Mac.
Last week the “iPhone 5″ rumors started spreading across the web like wildfire when an alleged Foxconn employee revealed that Apple is planning on releasing the next-generation iPhone, presumably the iPhone 5, this summer. More recently, analysts at Daiwa Securities claim that Apple will unveil the next-generation iPhone at this year’s WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) event.
Last month Bloomberg reported that Apple’s next-generation “iPad 3″ is set for a March release and it will come equipped with a quad-core processor and LTE 4G chipset (among other things). Today, BGR revealed that one of their sources is in possession of a next-generation iPad prototype:
Do you want Siri, but not the iPhone 4S? If so, there’s a simple port that brings Siri to older iDevices – it’s called Spire. Spire was developed by Chpwn and it’s available for free from Cydia users with a Jailbroken iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad 1, iPod Touch 4th generation or even an iPod Touch 3rd generation (external …