Having just concluded my iPad mini giveaway, I’ve decided to host another giveaway in collaboration with iKryptic. The prize? Another shinny new iPad mini 7-inch tablet. Gaining entries is simple and can be done on a regular basis to help improve your chances of winning. The instructions are outlined both in the video embedded above, as well as listed below in a concise, easy-to-follow numbered format.
Today, a research firm called Kantar Worldpanel publicized their latest information and data pertaining to smartphone sales in the United States. According to the report, the market has seen a huge influx in Apple sales following the iPhone 5’s launch, which allows Apple to reclaim the lead from Google’s Android OS as the top mobile smartphone platform.
Today, the Monday following Thanksgiving, is undoubtedly the biggest online shopping day of the year: Cyber Monday. Essentially the online equivalent of Black Friday, Cyber Monday is the best time to save on great products – especially on high-volume sites. Today, I’m going to share some incredible deals with you (my readers and viewers) on Amazon for their Cyber Monday Deals Week special.
Welcome to the hundred-and-fifteenth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the newest future of Jailbreaking for iOS 6, 6.0.1, 6.1 and higher, an upcoming BootROM exploit, OS 10.9 and more.
Earlier this month, it was revealed that AT&T was extending iOS 6’s FaceTime-over-Cellular feature to customers on a “tiered data plan” who own “an LTE device”, i.e. the iPhone 5, 3rd Generation iPad and now the 4th Generation iPad and iPad mini. Now, according to Mac Rumors, AT&T is silently rolling out the now two month-old feature to all iPhone customers.
According to GigaOM, Google is looking into competing with Apple by introducing an open alternative to Apple’s AirPlay feature. Google’s new wireless mirroring function would also serve as a successor of sorts to the current AirPlay alternative: DLNA, which offers similar capabilities.
While most iOS devices owners who Jailbreak are only interested in Untethered Jailbreak utilities, they often forget about and/or devalue a type of Jailbreak that’s crucial for the community to thrive: tethered Jailbreaks. Although they’re a hassle in comparison to Untethered Jailbreak tools, due to the fact that a computer is required to fully reboot the Jailbroken iDevice, tethered Jailbreak utilities (e.g. Redsn0w) are able to be quickly updated to support newer firmwares because they rely on hardware vulnerabilities.
With Apple’s next version of OS X (10.9) presumably scheduled for a release sometime in 2013, it’s likely they’ll introduce additional features to the Mac platform that will assist to bridge the gap between iOS and OS X. According to a new article from 9to5Mac, early variations of 10.9 are reportedly displaying integration for both Siri and Apple’s new mapping services, which was recently introduced with the release of iOS 6.
Today, Nintendo released their all-new Wii U. The new console has, unsurprisingly, sparked a fair amount of commotion and interest – primarily due to its intriguing, tablet-like controller with a 6.2-inch touchscreen display. Unfortunately, as I’m sure a countless number of enthusiastic Wii U owners have come to discover, can be rather difficult to connect the console to the internet. When attempting to connect to various types of personal Wi-Fi routers, including the Motorola SURFboard SBG6580, the Wii U either displays a red X when connecting to the modem/router or when attempting to establish an internet connection. Upon failing to
Experiencing issues with iMessage and/or FaceTime? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone. Apple posted a brief acknowledgment notice regarding an issue that impacted several of the services on their official iCloud system status page.