Titanfall is one of the most epic games I have ever played, and today we have something very special for you. If you missed out by not signing up to get a beta code, and if you didn’t win Zach’s giveway, your still in luck! If you enter this giveaway, you may be lucky enough to play Titanfall just before the beta ends. This giveaway ends at midnight, so hurry! Read More
The well known, popular iOS theme designer Surenix has done it once again. He recently just announced on his Twitter introducing a new theme “ayeris“. Although it was a little obvious, Surenix has hinted on twittter that he was designing something new, a theme to be exact. Turns out, that this new theme is and will be, ayeris. Surenix has always done an awesome job when it comes to working with iOS or in general, what he does best, design. Read More
We’re resurrecting Let’s Talk iTech with the replacement of Let’s Talk Technology. In this weeks episode, we talk about the performance of Josh’s new iPad Air for about 20 minutes and spend the rest talking about Apple. We swear, we did not intend on doing that!
For most part of the year, actually since the release of iOS 7 many of us iPhone, iPad and iPod users have been eagerly waiting for a public jailbreak to be released. Just today, very early in the morning, the evasi0n team have come up from the grave and surprised us with an iOS 7 jailbreak released to the public. Now, this isn’t just some tethered jailbreak that needs to be tested, instead, they gave us a full packed untethered iOS 7 jailbreak.
From the details that Saurik has stated, we do suggest that you hold off jailbreaking until further notice given by BFM team and website simply due to incompatible tweaks that rely on MobileSubstrate which is in fact incompatible with armx64 processors.
Recently I purchased a new graphics card previously owning an MSI ATI Radeon 5450 HD, from previously having that to purchasing the GeForce GT 640, the performance gap between them is by far, much better. This specific Zotac GeForce GT 640 card has a core clock of 900 Mhz and a memory clock of 1600 Mhz 2GB 128-bit DDR3 ram. The card supports DirectX11 and OpenGL 4.2 as well as Nvidia PhysX which helps improve your in-game performance and graphics involving common physics such as moving objects and explosions if you like to play FPS games of course. Read More
Apple announced iOS 7 several months ago and the jailbreak devs have been going at it working hard on a jailbreak. Lately we haven’t heard any news from the Chronic Dev Team nor the evad3rs involving the late iOS 7 jailbreak. Luckily a new dev team has surfaced and they have been working on a tethered jailbreak for iPhone 4s running iOS 7 through iOS 7.0.4 and have begun to release the results.
The Ragebreak iOS 7.0.x jailbreak tool is based on winocm’s opensn0w open source jailbreak project which just happens to be powered by Geohot’s old limera1n exploit from 2010. Unfortunately Ragebreak does not add anything but instead is just a simple convenient script that makes winocm’s work unquestionably easier to utilize and implement for an iOS 7.0.4 jailbreak. Read More
Now, the part of Apple’s event we have all been waiting for… Please welcome, the iPad, wait for it, Air. That is correct, Apple has just introduced their newest iPad, the iPad Air.
iPad Air has a 9.7-inch display with the 43 percent skinnier side bezel.
The iPad Air is just 7.5mm thick, which just happens to make it 20 percent thinner. It’s also extensively lighter compared to its predecessor: weighing in at just 1.0 pound versus 1.4 pounds. Apple claims, it’s the lightest iPad in the world. Read More
As usual Apple goes through the regular routine of covering many new features available on this new updated operating system. Craig Federighi took the stage to provide us with a demo showcasing iBooks, Maps, Finder tags, Safari Notifications, and more.
Although none of this information to some us is new, the important part that was just announced today is the price and availability of OS X Mavericks. Just a few seconds ago, Apple revealed that OS X Mavericks will be available starting today for the amazing price of FREE. Read More
Tweetbot for iOS, the popular Twitter client has just been updated and submitted to the App Store for iOS 7 and should be available in the coming weeks. Tapbots, maker of this amazing client has recently posted a new article to their blog stating that the updated version of Tweetbot has been submitted to the App Store. Read More
Apple’s finally let the cat out of the bag with iOS 7. The new firmware is available now via over-the-air update or iTunes 11.1, both weighing in at about a 1+ gigabyte download, some people prefer starting fresh with a new major iOS release as I prefer updating.
There’s always a reason why to restore and start fresh on a new iOS version whether it’s to clean all of the junk collected from previous updates or to simply start clean to rethink which apps to install and where to put them. If you’re going to restore and or update, wouldn’t you like a direct download link for your iOS 7 specified device? Read More
Apple has just released the long anticipated iOS 7 update. Packed with tons of new features and a completely re-designed user interface, the new iOS 7 is now available to owners of the iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad Mini and fifth-generation iPod Touch.
With this new update, iOS 7 comes with great new features including, Control Center, AirDrop wireless file sharing, Vimeo and Flickr integration, ad-supported iTunes Radio, FaceTime audio and much more. Not only are there new features, but iOS 7 also improves existing ones as well, such stuff as new alert sounds (as well as the old ones), improved Notification Center, better and new multitasking, improvements to Siri, Safari, Photos and just about every iOS stock app.
With the public release of iOS 7 just minutes away Apple has released 11.1 with several new major features. The download is available now on Apple’s website. This version of iTunes includes a few new features which are pretty interesting, including, the long awaited iTunes Radio. Read More
As we all know today is the big release of iOS 7 and iTunes 11.1, just last night Apple has successfully published the new version of iCloud.com to the public. This refurbished look has been in beta for months now and brings out new icons and more ready for today’s big release.
Furthermore, every web app has been completely re-designed to match its mobile app, including Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, and Find My iPhone. The new background now replicates the dynamic slow moving wallpaper on iOS 7. Read More
We’re back! After a one week break off since school has started we are back in action covering Apple’s latest event, unveiling the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, yes, it is real. Not only are we covering the iPhones in this event, Apple has also announced their latest mobile OS iOS 7.
Who needs Microsoft Office anymore, when you can get iWork which includes Pages, Numbers, and keynote along with iLife which comes with iPhoto and iMovie are now available for free with all new iOS devices. When you purchase a new iDevice such as an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you get all five of Apple’s most popular apps for free. Read More