Apple iPhone 4G / HD Releasing Earlier?

If you follow tech news and trends you know Apple has been forced into a very unusual situation for them. No other company is as secretive and guarded with their products and product announcements as Apple. It was with much amazement and wonder then that a prototype of the next generation iPhone got left in a bar in California and … Read More

Would Shakespeare Have Used Apple’s iPad?

It’s not a question that has been asked before to my knowledge but as I awaited the delivery of my new Stylus and my mind wandered to thoughts of my next blockbuster novel, (I’ve not had any blockbuster novels to this point but I’ve thought about writing a lot of them), and how perhaps with my new Stylus it could … Read More

Video Call references in iPhone OS 4.0 SDK. Wi-Fi only?

As we all suspected, and is now fairly certain, the new iPhone 4G will have a front facing camera, and as such we can expect some kind of video chat or video conferencing feature in the new device. MacRumours is reporting some interesting tidbits pulled out of an analysis of the latest iPhone OS 4.0 SDK. They have found error … Read More

Apple’s iPad Wi-Fi + 3G Now Shipping

9TO5Mac is reporting that iPad customers in the US are getting their notification of preparation to ship, and confirmation of shipping from Apple. So it is looking as if Apple has kept its promise to US customers at least, and that those that pre-ordered will get their iPad 3G on Friday the 30th of April. Anyone else will have to … Read More

Hackers Target Apple iPad Users

If you recently received an email asking you to download the lastest version of iTunes to keep your iPad software updated then you might be one of the 600,000 iPad users who the hackers are trying to attack. BitDefender (creators of popular antivirus software) recently updated their webiste with information about the latest threat to Windows users. This particular threat … Read More

Facebook Videos on iPad and iPhone?

Apple has been very clear in its approach towards Flash on their popular mobile devices. Steve Jobs reportedly called Adobe lazy after the announcement of iPad and called it buggy and blamed it to be one of the top reasons why Mac crashes. The dominance of Apple in mobile products is pushing poplar services to provide iDevice supported content and … Read More

‘Math Soldiers’ Unique Puzzle Game for iPhone, iPod touch

Math Soldiers Rating: Math Soldiers is developed by Touch-racjin and is a doodle type puzzle game. Castle Scribbalot is under attack by evil forces and it is your job to complete the puzzles and fight back. It is a strategy game mixed with a bit of fighting action. The basis of the game is solving the puzzle on the screen, … Read More

Apple’s iPhone Accounts for Almost 50% of Smartphone Traffic

AdMob released some interesting numbers today that reveal the truly all encompassing nature of Apple and their iPhone ecosystem. As reported by 9To5Mac, iPhone OS held a 46% share of all mobile operating systems and a 47% share of all smartphone devices in March. Of those devices measured running the iPhone OS, 2% were first generation iPhones, 20% where iPhone … Read More

SousChef for iPad. Find Digital Recipes in a Beautiful App

SousChef for iPad Rating: Even before the launch of Apple’s iPad people were talking up the device as being a multiple-purpose device to be used all around the house including in the kitchen as a recipe and cooking aid. As soon as the iPad was launched the App Store began to fill with cooking apps developed specifically for this device. … Read More