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iOS 5 released upon the Apple Masses

iOS 5 released upon the Apple Masses

Note: You may have trouble downloading iOS 5 since the Apple servers are overloaded (as Apple support informed us when we contacted them a few hours ago). Just wait and try again soon if that’s the case. iOS 5, the biggest iOS update since the first one came out in 2007, has finally been released upon the masses of Apple users out there. Of course, if you really want a full rundown of the ne... »

dockBoss+ adapter makes your iOS speaker compatible with your non iOS phone!

dockBoss+ adapter makes your iOS speaker compatible with your non iOS phone!

Those of you have planned to buy a sound dock (or even currently own), but have been but off by the fact it’s only made for iOS (Apple) devices – get ready to start using any device on one of these docks! Thanks to the dockBoss+ adapter, any phone which currently has a mini USB port (standard) and a standard headphone jack on their phones (aka 90% of all new phones of not 100%) will no... »

Apple’s next product? The 55-inch OLED Apple TV

Apple’s next product? The 55-inch OLED Apple TV

  We all know that Apple is an immensely successful company, and ‘most’ of their products are successful (certainly their latest products) and Apple’s hoping for another hit with their possible upcoming Apple TV. According to reports, Apple are currently attempting to negotiate rights for TV shows to be shown on Apple TV’s, which would point to an Apple TV in the near ... »

Windows Phone 7 Games cost a lot more than iOS Games

Windows Phone 7 Games cost a lot more than iOS Games

Well there you have it. That list pretty much sums up the ridiculous prices Windows Phone 7 users get charged, over our iOS (Apple) counterparts. The reason? Xbox live integration, versus Apple’s Games Center integration, which is pretty much like comparing a Porsche to a Ford. However, it still doesn’t feel right to overcharge Windows Phone 7 users by as much as $4 for a game does it?... »

iOS 4.3.3 Update Released – Fixes ‘Location-Tracking’

iOS 4.3.3 Update Released – Fixes ‘Location-Tracking’

Apple has just released the lateset firmware update for Apple devices – iOS 4.3.3. Of course since it was discovered last week that Apple iPhones (and iPad’s) actually ‘track’ your location in real time, Apple has been forced to deal with the backlash of angry people who might or might not have taken to pitchforks in order to prove their point. So as suspected and promised ... »

Apple Releases iOS 4.3

Apple Releases iOS 4.3

In yet more Apple related news, Apple released their latest Operating System (OS) update, iOS 4.3 today, bringing with it a host of new features and updates. Despite the update being released 48 hours earlier than expected, this is indeed the full version that was expected. If you own an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you can now update to iOS 4.3 via iTunes (just click the update button in iTunes o... »

RIM Possibly bringing BBM to Android, iOS?

RIM Possibly bringing BBM to Android, iOS?

Woah! Here’s one for the rumor mill – There’s apparently talk of RIM (the company that produce BlackBerry’s) bringing their famed BBM (Black Berry Messenger) Service to both Android AND iOS devices (iphone, ipod, ipad). It will reportedly be a stripped down version of the service, but it will still allow you to BBM with your BlackBerry friends (not so exclusive now eh…... »

iOS (Apple)

What is iOS? iOS is Apple’s Mobile Operating System. Apple not only build and develop their own Operation System, but they also build the actual phone (hardware) themselves. The iOS is used on the iPhone (phone), iPod Touch (mp3 player), and iPad (tablet). The phone is one of the most popular phones in the world, and the iOS is easier to use than other competitors like Android. Apple Product... »

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