Apple is now ready to replace first-gen iPod nanos due to an overheating risk. Only devices sold between September 2005 and December 2006 are eligible for this replacement offer by Apple. Read More
Apple Developer Tools
The Apple Developer Tools are essential if you want to develop iOS applications, or Mac apps, or Safari web apps. If you want to make apps, this is the first thing you need to know, especially if you’ve never made one before.
First off you need an Intel-based Mac (any Mac from the last few years). You can get these second hand, or buy directly from Apple – it’s your choice. If you’re a student, you may even qualify for a special discount if you buy directly from Apple on their website, through your college or university’s internet connection, or you call them up. Read More
Just like thousands lined up in various parts of the world when the iPhone 4S went live, thousands have also lined up in front of Apple Stores in Hong Kong today for the launch of the iPhone 4S in the country. Apple allows each user to get upto 10 iPhones, and on the day of the pre-order, Apple sold out in just twenty minutes. Read More
Pro Share is a bul image/video uploader for iOS devices that allows you to upload to Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, YouTube and can even transfer pictures from one iOS device to another with Bluetooth. The developer has been kind enough to offer a few promo codes for the readers of TheAppleGoogle, yes that would be YOU! We have published the codes below, just hit the “Read More” button to get them. Read More
As well as debuting iOS 5.0.1 to developers over the last few days, Apple have decided to ship it to regular users that are willing to test it. It appears that they have addressed the battery life issue that many of us have been unhappy with. If you haven’t ever heard of it, this update was released to a certain amount of people via Apple’s AppleSeed program. Read More
One of the main problems iPhone 4S users were facing was the battery issue’ which caused the iPhone 4S battery to drain quite fast. Now, with the release of iOS 5.0.1, Apple has addressed and apparently fixed this issue, a great news for iPhone 4S users.
Apple has confirmed that Siri will not be coming to older device yet and will remain exclusive to the iPhone 4S for now.
The story began when developer Michael Steeber announced this on his blog confirming a note from Apple that makes Siri exclusive to iPhone 4S –
Engineering has provided the following feedback regarding this issue:
Siri only works on iPhone 4S and we currently have no plans to support older devices.
If you have been up to date with all the iPad 3 rumors lately, you will notice that the preliminary iPad 3 resolution is rumored to be 2048 x 1536. This is all great, but will the current LED lighting work efficiently on that type of resolution? Two Taiwan LED backlight vendors don’t seam to think so. They believe that at that resolution, LED backlighting is needed rather than a single LED bar, which is what the iPad is running at the moment. Read More
Google is yet again testing a new feature that it intends to introduce to its search engine. The ‘sources’ information pane will provide details about the thing that you are searching for, as you can see from the picture that is located on this page, it is integrated with the search that you would be making on Google, so you will not have to think about it if you don’t want to use it. Read More
Google Doodle on November 7th is celebrating the 144th birthday of Marie Curie, one of the most inspiring scientists famous for her work on radioactivity. Read More