Last night the Apple online store went down for some maintenance, and when it came back up, the white iPhone 4 that the company has been promising since last June had vanished. The device’s SKU was removed from Apple’s database, and images on Apple’s website that previously showed the white device had been changed to show a black one instead. … Read More
The word on the street of late has been the Apple’s next iPhone might not be putting in an appearance this year at all with a release pencilled in for early 2012. New reports coming out of Korea however point to a release as early as the end of June.
Rating: Roodie Noodie and the Slippery Pole is a fun family game where you try to keep the Roodie Noodies balanced on a slippery pole. This is a game of balance that utilizes iPhone’s gyroscope to control the lean of your character on the slippery pole. While trying to balance your character you also have to collect the sparkly nurdles … Read More
Rating: Arctic Escape is a simple yet unique puzzle game for the iPhone. You use commands to help corral penguins into a helicopter. Penguins into a helicopter you ask? Yes, the penguins have been abducted from Antarctica by an evil scientist and guess who gets to help get them back home: YOU! You will use commands to guide the penguins … Read More
Rating: Woozzle is a puzzle game that relies heavily on your logic. This game is masterfully put together to bring a steady dose of fresh techniques and puzzles coming at you at all times. This is a marble based puzzle game that keeps the new challenges coming throughout the entirety of the game. The controls in Woozzle for iPhone are … Read More
A new survey undertaken by ChangeWave has found that customers who use their iPhone 4 on the Verizon network are less likely to suffer from dropped calls than those signed up to AT&T. 82% of Verizon users said they were “very satisfied” with the service they received, while only 80% of AT&T’s customers felt the same way. Since September 2008, … Read More
In news that can only be described as odd, 9to5Mac claims that the iPhone 5 could come complete with an 8 megapixel camera manufactured by Japanese giant Sony.
On Sunday evening the Dev-Team released the latest editions of PwnageTool and redsn0w to provide an untethered jailbreak for devices running iOS 4.3.1 – almost three years since the first version of PwnageTool was released for the 1.1.4 firmware. The jailbreak works on all devices that support the 4.3.1 firmware, except for the iPad 2. You can download PwnageTool for Mac, … Read More
Rating: If you haven’t heard of Angry Birds then you’ve probably been living under a rock. If you haven’t played Angry Birds then you were not alone. Neither had I. Until now. I was the last hold out for the Angry Birds franchise in my group of friends; avoiding it like the plague, in much the same way that I … Read More
An Apple patent application revealed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week, and first reported by AppleInsider, has confirmed that the Cupertino company is currently experimenting with a 3D camera for the iPhone. The patent is entitled “Systems and Methods for an Imaging System Using Multiple Image Sensors,” and uses dual cameras to capture, process and render 3D … Read More
The latest rumors surrounding Apple’s fifth-generation iPhone suggest that the device won’t feature at this year’s WWDC ready for a summer 2011 launch, and a report published today by Japanese blog Macotakara.jp seems to back up these claims. Citing sources from the Chinese supply chain, Macotakara.jp says that Apple hasn’t even begun ordering components for the iPhone 5 yet, and … Read More
Rating: Localscope, by Cynapse, is a search/navigation app that carries the best features of all the other location-based apps in the App Store. Localscope takes advantage of informational sites like Bing & Google while also taking advantage of information on social sites like Twitter and Foursquare to give you the best results. Location-based apps come a dime a dozen and the … Read More
Rating: Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for iPhone is a mobile office solution for anyone who needs to utilize Microsoft Office products on the go. This full-featured solution allows you to access, view, edit and share Microsoft Office files. With integration for several cloud services and the ability to transfer files via WiFi, this app provides a means to take care … Read More
Rating: The annual rendition of Tiger Woods PGA Tour is back and it rocks! For those that don’t know, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 is the most realistic golf game for your iPhone and iPad. See how you stack up against pros on real golf courses. The game sports several different game types that keep you coming back for more. … Read More
Rating: Air Display is an app for your iPad and iPhone that allows you to use their displays as a secondary monitor in a matter of minutes. A simple download on your Windows PC or Mac and you can pair the devices using the app and voila, you have a secondary monitor. While the monitor will not be a 22” … Read More