Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’
Apple has just seeded iOS 5 beta 5 to developers! Please remember that this is a BETA BUILD which means you must have your device’s UDID registered with Apple! UPDATE: Click here to see all of the changes iOS 5 beta 5 brings to the table!
Lion USB flash drives are now available and in stock at Apple stores! Officially the USB flash drives containing OS X Lion cost $69 but, if users who’ve purchased Lion from the App Store are unable to access Lion’s built in recovery tools, they will be eligible to receive a flash drive at no additional […]
Following Apple’s Find my iPhone iCloud implementation, the “Find my Mac” iCloud feature has also been made available to Apple developers. The Find my Mac feature was discovered inside of OS X Lion earlier this year and now it looks like the new service is ready for testing. Apple uses the data from WiFi routers […]
Following Apple iCloud.com beta release earlier this week, Apple has revamped their Find my iPhone services within the iCloud.com beta. The new iCloud version of Find my iPhone is only available for registered developers at the moment and will it be available to the public this fall. The only real change from the old MobileMe […]
According to “industry sources”, Apple has placed bulk orders for next-gerneration iPhones (we’re calling it the iPhone 5 until we know what the name is for sure). Apple plans to begin shipping for the iPhone 5 sometime in September (not October) as most sources predicted. The short report suggests that Apple hired Pegatron, a Taiwanese […]
Apple has done it yet again! They have recently released two new iPhone 4 commercial – one demonstrates how amazing their App Store is and the other shows how powerful the iPod and iTunes apps can be.
In addition to releasing the iCloud beta site today, Apple also unveiled the prices for iCloud storage upgrades.According to the screenshot above, Apple will charge $20/year for every 10GB increments – currently the only available upgrades are 10GB, 20GB and 50GB. But the good news is that Apple gives you your first 5GB of iCloud […]
Apple has just released iCloud(.com) beta for developers, you can log in at iCloud.com. Once you’ve logged into the iCloud site, you will have access to Apple’s new cloud-based features: Mail, Contacts, Calendar,Find My iPhone and iWork. UPDATE: You can log in whether you’re a developer or not but you won’t be able to sync data […]