Apple TV iOS apps get native full-screen 720p resolution treatment [UPDATE: VIDEO]

Here’s wishing all our readers a very very happy and a prosperous new year. May 2012 give you what 2011 couldn’t! Yesterday we told you about two developers taking it to themselves to bring iOS applications to the Apple TV in a native experience, showcasing a video where they managed to get apps running side-by-side. … Continue reading “Apple TV iOS apps get native full-screen 720p resolution treatment [UPDATE: VIDEO]”

Siri ported to iPhone 4, iPod Touch [Jailbreak tweak] (video)

Remember, developer Steven Troughton-Smith in association with 9to5mac was trying to port the iPhone 4S’ most attractive addition, Siri to the iPhone 4? He has now successfully completed the port, details of which are below.

New MacBook Pros: Same Price, Next Week Launch

Some new emerging reports are suggesting that Apple’s MBPs are due a refresh by as early as next week with not many changes to the design or the price tag. The reports are backed by Apple’s constrained MBP stock which suggest new ones are on their way. 9to5mac says the launch can be announced some … Continue reading “New MacBook Pros: Same Price, Next Week Launch”

Galaxy S II beats iPhone 4S in free fall (video)

We mean the drop test. The iPhone 4′s design was heavily criticized over the use of chemically strengthened glass for its enclosure. The pundits typically highlight a zero percent probability of the device landing on the “right” side in an unfortunate event of slipping out of your sweaty hands onto the pavement. Whichever way you look … Continue reading “Galaxy S II beats iPhone 4S in free fall (video)”

Siri for iPad 2

Apple’s new intelligent, and heavily narrow-minded, voice control system Siri, available with the iPhone 4S, has won over quite a few fans it seems. Apple introduced this personal assistant with the iPhone 4S launch in its Let’s Talk iPhone event held on October 4 and since then it has become so popular that people with … Continue reading “Siri for iPad 2”

Exclusive Apple iPhone Nano (N97) mockup

It sure seems a job well done on this iPhone Nano (N97) mockup, sent to 9to5mac by one of their readers. Whether Apple will turn it into a reality i don’t know and i won’t even talk about it and leave it up to you to contemplate, but one thing’s for sure that you can … Continue reading “Exclusive Apple iPhone Nano (N97) mockup”

Apple iPad 2.0 Camera App screenshots leaked, show no signs of Retina Display

9to5mac’s tipster, Sonny D. has sent them few screenshots of the iPad 2.0’s camera app, found from files within the SDK. The screen grabs reveal a resolution of 1024 x 768 – which is the same as the current iPad’s resolution. Does this mean no retina display for the iPad 2.0? Via 9to5mac

Unboxing and using the White iPhone 4 (video)

This is a buster! Folks at 9to5mac have got their hands on, supposedly, as they claim, an international model of the White iPhone 4. “This White iPhone 4 certainly looks legit and after taking a close look at the LED flash that looks legit as well” – they casino online claimed. Apple”s iPhone 4 has … Continue reading “Unboxing and using the White iPhone 4 (video)”

Facebook for iPhone just got better!

All Facebook and iPhone users, you’ve got reasons aplenty to rejoice as this upgrade brings to you a host of features to explore, which you had previously craved for, along with many bug fixes. For starters, did you know that there are almost 55 million monthly active iPhone Facebook users? Crazy right? Despite Facebook’s ongoing … Continue reading “Facebook for iPhone just got better!”

Steve Jobs: I respect and admire Adobe!

Here’s something interesting we found. We all thought Steve hates Adobe and all but how wrong could we be. Josh Cheney, a Mac Stories reader, had sent Steve Jobs an e-mail which read: “Do you hate Adobe and their products (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc) or do you just hate their view on Flash?” Steve Jobs had … Continue reading “Steve Jobs: I respect and admire Adobe!”