Posts Tagged ‘iPod Touch’
Google recently updated their Google+ app (the App Store version) to include supper for iPod Touch and iPad users. Unfortunately, the app isn’t completely native for iPad users because you still have to use the 2x mode – but, at least iPad users can download the App.
According to 9to5Mac’s sources, iOS 5 beta 6 will be released on Wednesday, August 17th. Their sources also accurately predicted that iOS 5 beta 5 would be released yesterday (Saturday, August 6th) and they claim they’ve cracked the OTA update date code.
Once iCloud (Apple’s new cloud-based storage service) is release in September, MobileMe users will be able to transfer their already purchased storage to iCloud. In adittion, users who migrate to iCloud will have 25GB worth of storage (20GB from MobileMe and 5GB from Apple for free) – as illustrated in the picture above.
Because Apple has reserved the right to look at the “Notes and Known Issues” for iOS 5 beta 5 for developers, I have taken the liberty of copying down the entire document – just incase you’re curious:
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 […]