Posts Tagged ‘iOS 5’
As the days draw closer to Apple’s next-generation iPad media event, we continue to hear rumors related to the next-generation iPad (presumably the iPad 3). Until recently, the rumors have mostly been regarding specifications – but last week, the rumors started to shift with the proposed iPad 3 Retina display that was discovered, the pictures […]
With the announcement and release of Apple’s next generation iPad clearly visible just beyond the horizon, last minute leaks have been pouring out of Apple’s supply-chain and distribution channels. Yesterday photos were discovered on a Chinese forum that depicts a supposed iPad Retina display production line. The forum post features multiple blurry images (taken in secrecy) […]
Today Apple Daily posted pictures of what they’re claiming is the next-generation iPad compared to the original iPad and the iPad 2. At first glance, the minor changes from the iPad 2’s design to that of the alleged next-generation iPad (presumably the “iPad 3″) aren’t easily noticeable.
Do you want Siri, but not the iPhone 4S? If so, there’s a simple port that brings Siri to the iPhone 4 – it’s called Spire. Spire was developed by Chpwn and until now, you had to have access to a Spire server in order for Siri to work properly.
MacRumors claims to have a leaked iPad 3 HD Retina displays in their possession – a similar Retina display to the one that iLab confirmed fits with an alleged iPad 3 back piece.
This is the seventy-fifth 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 OS X Mountain Lion, a leaked “iPad 3″ back piece, Apple’s 25 billion app downloads milestone and more. Links to the articles discussed in […]
Even though Apple’s iOS App Store is only three and a half years old, they’re already preparing to celebrate the 25 billionth app downloaded.
When it comes to locking down software and fending off third-party OS additions, Apple is leading the war against hackers. In the past, Apple has always released new firmwares to patch existing Jailbreaks and lately they’ve been making it harder for the expert security hackers to discover and implement exploits with new security precautions.