Steve Jobs Will Unveil iOS 5, iCloud And OS X Lion On June 6 At WWDC

Apple has Just announced this morning that it’s CEO, Steve Jobs, and other executives will be giving presentations at WWDC on June 6th to talk about next-generation software. Specifically, Apple will introduce their cloud-based services; with the official name “iCloud” – as well as what we have all been waiting for, iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion. Apple® CEO Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address on Monday, June 6 at 10:00 a.m. At the keynote, Apple will unveil its next generation software – Lion, the

ECS Device Converts Almost Any Smartphone To A Tablet

Computer designer, ECS, rushed to demo a iPhone-to-tablet conversion solution shortly after Asus demoed their Padfone. The coolest part is that the ECS will allow you to dock your iPhone and control it at the same time with a tablet sized screen. It takes your iPhone’s video and outputs it via HDMI to the built-in display which has a similar 9.7-inch 4:3 format screen as an iPad. You also get an SD card slot, two USB ports and a front-facing camera. So far so good. But who would take this over the iPad?

iWork Updated Before WWDC: iPhone/iPod Touch Support

We’ve questioned Apple before as to why iWork wasn’t universal and compatible with all of their major post-pc devices. Today, Apple finally decided to bring support to all of their devices.  Keynote, Pages and Numbers will now be universal apps that run on iPad (1 & 2), iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPod touch (3rd & 4th generation). “Now you can use Keynote, Pages and Numbers on iPhone and iPod touch to create amazing presentations, documents and spreadsheets right in the palm of your hand,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “The incredible Retina display, revolutionary

Do the Black and White iPhone Cameras Differ?

The white iPhone 4 has been something a unicorn for Apple, but after months of delays it finally hit store shelves in April. Apple has never released the exact nature of the problem that caused the delay, but that hasn’t stopped anyone from speculating as to what cause may have actually been. The most credible reason for the delay, however, has to do with the iPhone 4’s white glass case design. Apparently, it allowed just enough light to shine into the camera’s sensor to overexpose photos. Now that the white iPhone 4 is finally available for testing, some have begun to

iOS 5 Concept

In just a few days, Apple will unveil the most advanced operating system for mobile phones: iOS 5. In the meantime, here’s a concept Apple-style slideshow presentation of iOS 5. The presentation simulates all the features we will get ( or want to have ) in iOS 5, and can be seen by clicking this link…

Galaxy S III

J.K. Shin, President of the Mobile Communications division at Samsung, has unveiled plans to release a new Galaxy Tab tablet by the last quarter of this year and a new Galaxy S smartphone early next year.

UnFolder: Easily Delete iOS Folders

New day, new tweak in Cydia: UnFolder. This tweak allows you to quickly remove folders from SpringBoard without the need to move every single icon! UnFolder is available in Cydia via modmyi repo.

New Intel Ivy Bridge Chips Delayed Until 2012

Intel’s Sandy Bridge chips, are already working hard inside 2011 MacBook Pro and iMac computers, and the new chips are all the rage at the moment. However, the geniuses at Intel are already working on a next-generation Sandy Bridge successor- code-named “Ivy Bridge”. Intel originally planned on bringing the first set of Ivy Bridge chips to the market in late 2011, with volume manufacturing set to begin early in the first quarter of 2012. Well, it looks like those plans have been pushed back a bit. Multiple news outlets are pointing to a leaked Intel roadmap slide which pushes the first

PhoneItiPad Allows iPad 3G Users To Make Phone Calls And Send SMS Text Messages

From the creators of FaceIt3GS (which allowed for FaceTime on the iPhone 3GS), comes PhoneItiPad – an exciting Jailbreak tweak that allows iPad (1) 3G users to make full blown phone calls and send real SMS text messages; and the best part is that it actually looks like Apple built it! Take a look: According to iPhoneIslam (the developers), the only thing you’ll need is a Jailbroken iPad (1) 3G model: A hack that will change the game. Can you imagine turn your iPad to a fully functional phone. With No Special Hardware all what you need is Jailbroken iPad 3G and