AT&T Allows LTE iOS 6 Devices to Use FaceTime Over Cellular At No Extra Charge

AT&T Allows LTE iOS 6 Devices to Use FaceTime Over Cellular At No Extra Charge

 

AT&T will allow LTE devices use FaceTime over cellular—if you have a tired data or Mobile Share plan. The rollout is planned to take 8-10 weeks to move across the subscriber base.

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iPad 4 Review: Untapped Power Under the Hood

iPad 4 Review: Untapped Power Under the Hood

The iPad 4 is a worthy upgrade to the iPad 3, but have we tapped into all of its potential? Not in the least. Is it still a workhorse tablet that sets the standard? Absolutely. Should you run out and grab one? Well that depends. In this iPad 4 review, I think you’ll see what I mean.

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Apple Catches Up With Demand For iPad 4

Apple Catches Up With Demand For iPad 4

Apple seems to have caught up with the initial pre-order demand for the iPad 4, as the online store now shows the device “In Stock” in U.S. and Canada. Now, if you place an order for an iPad 4 on Apple’s online store, the device would ship to you right away, instead of a waiting period.

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iPad mini’s Display Analysed

iPad mini’s Display Analysed

The lack of a high density Retina display in the iPad mini has bothered quite a few people, especially those who are regular users of the iPad 3. The iPad mini, with the same resolution as the iPad 2, is the first non-Retina iOS product Apple has introduced in the past two years.

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Apple Sells Three Million iPads In Three Days

Apple Sells Three Million iPads In Three Days

Apple has just announced that it has sold more than 3 million units of iPad mini and 4th generation iPad in three days.

iPad mini and iPad 4 went on sale in 34 countries on Friday, November 2nd.

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A Weekend with the iPad mini: Comprehensive Review

A Weekend with the iPad mini: Comprehensive Review

I’ve spent the weekend with my iPad mini and I’m enjoying it every bit now as I was when I first held it and turned it on. Yes, it’s a device that has it’s shortcomings, but I also think Apple has raised the bar for small tablets. A standard that everyone else will have to meet.

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TinyUmbrella Updated to Add Support For iOS 6.0.1 And iPad mini, iPad 4

TinyUmbrella Updated to Add Support For iOS 6.0.1 And iPad mini, iPad 4

notcom a.k.a semaphore has released a new version of TinyUmbrella (v6.01.00) to add support for iOS 6.0.1 that was released last week and also to add support for iPad mini and iPad 4 that went on sale on Friday.

TinyUmbrella allows you to take backups of SHSH blobs (ECID SHSH) that can be used to downgrade to older iOS versions even after Apple stops signing the iOS firmware file.

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iPad 4 Has Also Been Jailbroken

iPad 4 Has Also Been Jailbroken

Hot on the heels of jailbreaking iPad mini, the jailbreak dream has also successfully jailbroken the 4th generation iPad that also went on sale on Friday along with Apple’s smaller iPad.

Grant Paul aka chpwn has tweeted the screenshot of Cydia running on the jailbroken 4th generation iPad.

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iPad 4′s A6X Chip Uses A Quad-Core PowerVR SGX 554MP4 GPU

iPad 4′s A6X Chip Uses A Quad-Core PowerVR SGX 554MP4 GPU

Analysis published on AnandTech reveals that the new A6X chip has graphics powered by PowerVR SGX 554MP4 GPU. Bottom line—yes the iPad 3 4 is faster than the iPad 4 3 (ugh death by typo monster). I’ve only just started playing with my 4th generation iPad (like finally got all the apps loaded from my restore), but I have noticed that it does seem faster.

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iPad minis Selling Out in Some Locations

iPad minis Selling Out in Some Locations

Launch day is beginning to wind down around the world. Everyone is at home setting up new devices. Which, brings up the question—how did it go for Apple? Some reports are smaller than normal crowds. Other reports are iPad minis have sold out in other places with New York City having record crowds. What gives?

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