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With the launch of the 2012 iPhone 5 still at least six to nine months away, all of the attention is on the unjailbreakable iPhone 4S and iPad 2, but as of very late 2011, the iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch with A4 processors can finally be jailbroken.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 07:28

Delivery delays loom as iPhone 4S orders pour in

Flying in the face of the initial disappointment of analysts, orders for the soon to be released iPhone 4S are flooding in from markets all over the world as a result of what the same analysts are now saying is pent up demand for the Apple smartphone upgrade. Apple reports that about 1 million units of iPhone 4S were pre-ordered on the first day it began accepting them.

Published in Beerfiles
Saturday, 17 September 2011 00:58

Samsung thwacks Apple back Down Under: Crikey!

After Apple got down and dirty with the legal eagles in Australia and stopping Samsung from releasing its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, Samsung certainly protested, but now they've dropped a tidy little lawsuit against Apple in return against several of its oh so shinily crunchy Jobsian iDevices.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Physical photos: the final printed medium? These are the voyages of the iPhoto-printer, Bolle BP-10, on a mission unconnected with sunglasses, exploring the albums of strange new iPhones, to seek out what the replacement ink and paper costs are, and to boldly go where no dedicated photo printer has gone before.

Published in Mobility

Rumour suggests Apple's iOS 4.2 update will launch within the next 24 hours, bringing long awaited new features to the iPad at last, and perhaps set to magically and revolutionary fix the claimed iBrick-level problems that some iPhone 3G and 3GS users say they've had since boarding the iOS 4.x bandwagon, leading to a class-action lawsuit against the Kingdom of Crunch!

Published in Mobility
Sunday, 31 October 2010 16:04

Apple iNvoluntarily brought to the iPhone Table?

Giving the iPhone a bigger screen has resulted in an iPad, but now what seems to be a group of German hackers and designers has gone one bigger, letting you turn your iPhone into a 58-inch LED screen multitouch iPhone Table, but there's a catch: you'll need to jailbreak and there's no word yet on the price!

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 15 October 2010 22:06

Telstra removes iPhone unlock fee, now free!

In a sign that Telstra might actually be a little serious this time about the noises it repeats every few years about 'finally' wanting to truly get 'customer service right', Telstra has announced it is dropping its previously expensive $150 unlock charge to the much wallet-friendlier price of $0.

Published in Mobility

A report from a leading analyst shows smartphone sales surging by 50%. While Symbian, BlackBerry and iPhone saw healthy growth, Google's Android OS is the platform that's really piling on the units.

Published in Mobility

Apple's case for many more iPhone 4 sales begins in earnest from Friday the 30th of July, when 17 more countries get what will surely be quickly sold-out stocks of its iPhone 4, presumably with a free case to help close the AntennaGate after the bad horse of publicity had already bolted. UPDATE: AUD $999 price now announced for 32GB iPhone 4 since publication.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 19 July 2010 13:30

iPhone 4 rivals hit back at Jobs' claims

Steve Jobs' claim that there are shielding issues with all smartphones has stirred up a hornet's nest, with BlackBerry maker RIM, Nokia and HTC defending their products.

Published in Mobility

All smartphones suffer from reduced signal strength when held in particular ways, and the iPhone 4 is no exception, according to Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Few owners are reporting issues to Apple, and return rates are particularly low, he claimed. But Apple has decided to give all owners a free case as this may help ameliorate the issue.

Published in Mobility

Ending months of speculation, Apple has revealed its plans for iPhone OS 4.0. The company also announced its anticipated mobile advertising platform, unsurprisingly named iAd.

Published in Mobility

The only officially sanctioned app to maintain Apple's i-devices - the iPod, iPhone and soon iPad - is iTunes. Yet, it has failed to keep up with the modern family's fleet of such gadgets. Here's another problem Apple needs to address.

Published in The Linux Distillery

iTunes is the only officially sanctioned app to manage and maintain your plethora of Apple i-devices - iPods, iPhones, and soon the iPad. Yet, for such a crucial app it really is behind the times and needs crucial fixes to keep pace with the needs of its users.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Thursday, 04 March 2010 12:20

Wireless charging arrives for iPhone and DS Lite

The Qi wireless charging standard has arrived in Australia in the form of chargers for the iPhone and Nintendo DS Lite.

Published in Mobility

Another barrier to Linux adoption is set to fall with next month's major Ubuntu release - version 10.04, otherwise known as Lucid Lynx - bringing iPod support right out of the box.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Wednesday, 03 February 2010 08:22

iPhone OS 3.1.3 primarily a security update

The 3.1.3 update for the iPhone and iPod touch software contains multiple security updates and a few other bug fixes
Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 11:54

Looking for apps? There's an app for that!

If you struggle to pick from the many thousands of apps available for the iPhone and iPod touch, an app called Appfinder may assist.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 25 January 2010 07:03

IBM Seer is worth looking at

IBM's Seer augmented reality application for the Australian Open grand slam tennis tournament isn't perfect, but it does have a lot going for it.

Published in Core Dump




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