Apple to Announce iPad Magazine & Newspaper Subscription Model at December Event?

Following rumors earlier this week that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) are to unveil the world’s first iPad-only newspaper subscription, comes a new report from Daring Fireball’s John Gruber that suggests Apple are to hold a media event on December 9th, where News Corp’s Rupert Murdoch will announce the plan for a new billing … Read the Full Story →

iOS 4.2.1 Jailbreak Now Available, Tethered for Some Devices [redsn0w]

Soon after the iOS 4.2.1 update for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch was released to the public on Monday, the iPhone Dev-Team released a software jailbreak named “redsn0w” that allows users to customize their devices beyond Apple’s restrictions. The Dev-Team explains on its blog that the latest jailbreak was … Read the Full Story →

What We Can Expect from the 2nd Gen iPad Update?

iPad 2 Update

As we get closer to the first anniversary of the iPad’s release, it’s inevitable that rumors surrounding the second-generation device will begin to surface, with many guessing how the iPad 2 update will look, what it will be made from, and what it will do. Here’s Touch Reviews roundup of … Read the Full Story →

Official Google Voice App Finally Comes to iPhone

Google Voice App iPhone

It’s been a long wait, but following a change to App Store guidelines several months ago, and many third-party apps later, an official Google Voice application is now available for the iPhone. Just like other Google apps, this one’s free, and it’s claimed to be much faster than Google’s HTML5 … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases Second GM Build of iOS 4.2 for iPad [Update]

iOS 4.2 GM Seed

Yesterday’s rumors that Apple is delaying the public release of iOS 4.2 seem to have been confirmed today, as a second gold master build of the firmware has been released for the iPad. The second build should fix some Wi-Fi issues that were discovered in the first GM beta, and … Read the Full Story →

Has Apple Removed AirPlay for the iPhone 3G from iOS 4.2?

Unfortunately for users of Apple’s iPhone 3G, a nasty little list is beginning to build up of new features that are introduced to iOS, but aren’t available on the two-year-old device. Along with Game Centre, multitasking, and home screen wallpapers, it now seems that AirPlay could be another feature that … Read the Full Story →

Wi-Gear CEO on Apple Buy-Out: “I Wish”

Earlier this week, Touch Reviews reported on Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumored buy-out of Wi-Gear, the company behind the iMuff line of wireless Bluetooth headphones, sparking hopes that Apple would soon be offering wireless Bluetooth headphones to accompany their devices. Today, however, Macworld reports that Wi-Gear CEO Mark Pundsack has confirmed that there … Read the Full Story →

Sprint’s ZTE Peel Brings 3G to Apple iPod touch

ZTEPeel iPod touch

A new device from Sprint called the ZTE Peel is set to bring 3G to the second- and third-generation iPod Touch, providing data access wherever you may be. Similar to the company’s own 4G Case for the iPad, the ZTE Peel looks just like a slightly oversized case for the … Read the Full Story →

iOS 4.2 Improves Apple iPhone 3G Performance?

Hands-on tests of the iPhone 3G with the golden master of Apple’s iOS 4.2 software installed have indicated that performance on the second-generation device is much improved. The iOS 4.2 software which is due for release later this month was tested in the video below and seems to be an … Read the Full Story →

Commercial for iPad 2 Shot by David Sims in New York?

According to a source for 9to5 Mac, British photographer David Sims was at New York’s Pier 59 last month filming a commercial for Apple’s updated second generation iPad. Although there aren’t too many details on what the shoot involved, the iPads used were the same models you’d find in the … Read the Full Story →

Photoshop Companion Apps Coming to Apple’s iPhone and iPad

Color Mix Photoshop iPad

At last week’s Adobe MAX conference, the Adobe Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch demoed the company’s content-aware fill tool running on a Samsung Galaxy Tab, and a color-mixing paint palette application running on Apple’s iPad, revealing Adobe’s intentions to enhance the functionality of their Photoshop application with touchscreen tablet devices. … Read the Full Story →