Posted by Tris Hussey on Dec 06, 2012 | Comments (2)
You’ve seen the Apple commercials where kids FaceTime with their grandparents. Heck I FaceTime with my two-year-old nephew and it’s awesome. Apple makes it seem like FaceTime is just a magical program thatÂ just works, but in reality youÂ doÂ need to turn it on and set it up on your devicesâ€”and Macâ€”to make it work.
Posted by iPhoneHacks on Nov 27, 2012 | Comments (5)
When Apple unveiled iOS 6 – their latest generation mobile operating system at the WWDC 2012, it showcased “Eyes Free” – a feature that would allow users to fire up Siri using dedicated buttons on the steering wheel of a car. This would allow users to ask Siri questions without taking their eyes off the road.Â
Posted by Tris Hussey on Nov 22, 2012 | Comments (5)
Trying to figure out whatâ€™s the best iOS device to give (or ask for)? We hear you, it can be tough to figure out what is the right device for the right person and what they will be using it for. This is what this iOS gift guide is about. Weâ€™ve posed a few common scenarios and what we think is the right iOS device choice in each situation.
Posted by Tris Hussey on Nov 19, 2012 | Comments (6)
Industry news site DigiTimes is quoting other industry sources that key Apple parts makers will have a great Q1 2013 because Apple is ramping up for new iPad and iPhone models mid next year. While potentially exciting news, should we put too much into these reports just yet?
Posted by Tris Hussey on Nov 18, 2012 | Comments (8)
Pogo Connect is one of the new Bluetooth-powered styluses that doesn’t just let you draw on screen, but has also added pressure sensitivity so you can sketch, draw, doodle, or writeÂ more expressivelyÂ than you ever could before on an iPad.
Posted by Tris Hussey on Nov 14, 2012 | Comments (6)
Analysts predicted, and rightly so, that with the launch of the iPad mini, some people would opt for one of those over an iPad. While that’s turned out to be true to some extent, it’s not the iPad who should reallyÂ be worriedâ€”it’s the Windows PC.
Posted by Tris Hussey on Nov 14, 2012 | Comments (11)
Marco Arment is a smart guy. Helped create/develop/invent Tumblr, created Instapaper (which I couldnâ€™t live without), and started The Magazine (which I love to read), he also has some practical and pragmatic things to say about why weÂ couldnâ€™t have made a Retina iPad miniâ€”at least not yet.
He explained that while screen resolution was one of component of the perceived detail,Â the true measure of resolvability of a screen called Modulation Transfer Function (MTF), not Pixels. He claimed that during their tests,Â many people saw more details on Surface RT than on the iPad with more resolution.
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