Apple has just released iTunes 9.0.3, which according to the release notes includes number of important bug fixes.
It is available via Apple Software update and is 98.03 MB in size. The latest update fixes the annoying bug where iTunes used to ignore the "Remember password for purchases" setting.
RedSn0w 0.9: Cross-Platform Jailbreaking, Unlocking and Customization Tool For iPhone And iPod Touch Now Out of Beta
iPhone Dev Team had released the beta version of Redsn0w, a cross-platform jailbreaking, unlocking and customization tool for iPhone and iPod Touch for iPhone OS 3.0 and iPhone OS 3.1.2 couple of weeks back.
They have just announced that Redsn0w is out of beta and as promised, will run on the PPC OSX, and Linux platforms in addition to Mac and Windows.
What do you do when an iPhone app hangs? In older versions of the iPhone OS, namely iPhone OS 1.0 and iPhone OS 2.0, a 'press and hold' of the home button would most often do the trick. It was also a good trick to free up resources used by an iPhone app.
However, users who have iPhone OS 3.x.x installed (that's almost everyone of us) will notice that this no longer works as holding down the Home button activates Voice Control on iPhone 3GS and does nothing in case of iPhone 3G.
Though a lot of discussion has happened over the iPad in the past one week, a vast majority of us will not get to lay our hands on the device for at least another month.
If you are curious to check out the look and feel of an iPad in the mean time, folks at Redmond Pie have a nice solution – Turn your iPhone or iPod touch into an iPad look-a-like.
Ever since Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad, it seems like the world has been divided into two – One group comprising of those who adore the iPad and the other group that hates it. For the moment, it appears like even a lot of traditional Apple fanboys have chosen to take the latter stance and the reason is not too hard to guess – lack of important features makes the iPad look simply incomplete.
Wired is reporting that Steve Jobs had a town hall meeting with Apple employees late last week following the launch of their latest creation, the iPad.
At the town hall meeting, he is rumored to have spoken on quite a few topics such as rivalry with Google, reason for not supporting Adobe Flash, the next generation iPhone, regarding Lala’s acquisition, New Macs in 2010 and more.
If you were hopeful that Apple iPad would support Flash based on Apple’s official iPad video then we’ve some bad news.
Apple has just corrected the iPad demo video by removing the Flash content from it. It now shows the broken Flash plug-in icon.
Ever since the Apple iPad was unveiled, the blogosphere has been abuzz with complaints about the lack of Camera and Flash on what Steve Jobs claims is the "most important thing" he has ever done. However, it now appears that there is much more to the iPad than what was demoed on Wednesday. According to fresh rumors, a camera on the iPad is quite likely; at least in the second generation of the device.
One of the notable aspects about the recently unveiled Apple iPad is its speed. From what we can gather from early reviews of the device, the A4 processing chip on the iPad enables the applications to be opened "instantly" and its response time is seen to be much faster than even iPhone 3GS, let alone the older iPhone models (as you would expect from a tablet computer).
This can be quite annoying and can occur in both Windows and Mac OS X systems. This is because digital imaging devices are set to this option by default.