Apple Leaves Liquid Contact Indicators Out of iPad 2

In many of Apple’s devices over recent years, you’ll be sure to come across liquid contact indicators (LCIs) if you look hard enough. They’re small white strips – usually concealed within the headphone jack and dock connector – that turn red when they come into contact with liquid. Apple uses them to determine whether or not a device has been … Read More

Apple’s MobileMe To Get New Music Locker, $20/Year Price Tag?

It’s long been rumored, but TheMusicVoid is claiming that Apple is once again trying to push MobileMe into the music world, with a new ‘Locker’ feature being its crowning glory. It’s believed Apple is pressuring music labels into agreeing to allow users to store their own music on Apple’s servers, enabling playback anywhere via streaming. TheMusicVoid says Universal Music and … Read More

Apple Highlights ‘Game Center’ In The Latest iPhone 4 TV Ad

iPhone 4 TV Ad Game Center

Apple’s latest TV ads have adopted a new tone which highlights things you are missing out on ‘if you don’t an iPhone’. The latest advertisement to hit Apple.com is about ‘Game Center’. The new iPhone 4 ad points out the huge collection of games available on the App Store and then shows Apple’s social gaming center where you can invite … Read More

Apple’s iPad 2 Plagued By FaceTime Camera Freezing?

One problem with your latest and greatest hardware selling like the proverbial hot-cakes is the inevitable list of things that are going wrong. One new issue to add to the yellow blotching and screen-light leaking is one of the iPad 2’s FaceTime cameras causing the tablet for completely freeze.

IMDB Latest App To Receive AirPlay Video Support

Support for AirPlay video streaming actually arrived in iOS 4.3, but apps that actually take advantage of the new technology have been in short supply. Now though, we can add the IMDB app to the (short) list.

Apple to License AirPlay Video Streaming to Third-Party Devices?

A Bloomberg report published today suggests that Apple may be planning to license its AirPlay service to third-party devices that would allow users to stream video content from iTunes or their iOS device straight to their HDTV. AirPlay will already stream audio to non-Apple devices, but in order to enjoy video streaming to your TV, you need the $99 AppleTV … Read More