3

Apple Releases iOS 4.2 Beta for iPad, iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G and iPod Touch 4G!

http://www.gadgetsdna.com

Apple has just released the iOS 4.2 Beta Software Update for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPod touch 4G and is available for download. If you have a membership of the iPhone Developer Standard or Enterprise Program, you can download iOS 4.2 beta firmware for iPhone 3G, 3GS and iPod Touch 2G and 3G now!. Features of iOS 4.2 Software Update, Features like wireless printing, AirPlay and Airtunes will also be available.In Wireless printing, Print Center appears with the number of print jobs in the multitasking tray. With AirPlay [previously AirTunes] you can listen to music from all over your house from your mobile device. Apart from it, you can even stream all kinds of media anywhere in your house. Amazing feature! Isn’t?, According to Apple’s press release, AirPrint automatically locate printers on local networks and can print text, photos and graphics to them wirelessly over Wi-Fi without the need to install drivers or download software. The printer manufacturers need to build AirPrint support into their printers as available with HP’s ePrint enabled printers – such as the HP Photosmart, Officejet, Officejet Pro and LaserJet Pro series.

Read more »
3

First look: Apple's iOS 4.2 for iPad and iPhone

http://www.appleinsider.com

Apple on Wednesday dished out the first external betas of iOS 4.2, which will debut AirPlay and AirPrint for iOS devices while also delivering a slew of long-awaited features for the iPad, including multi-tasking, folders and threaded mail. However, AppleInsider has also discovered a handful of more subtle refinements, all of which are detailed in this illustrated first look. The biggest new feature for iPhone and iPod touch users is AirPrint, which allows wireless printing via a shared printer, or directly through some HP branded printers. The functionality is accomplished through a new Print Center application that is only available on iOS devices that can multitask, which means the iPhone 3G will not be able to print. For more on the printing abilities of iOS 4.2, see the in-depth AppleInsider feature Inside AirPrint wireless printing with Apple's iOS 4.2. iOS 4.2 for the iPhone, In addition, iOS 4.2 for the iPhone will debut a new icon for Apple's Voice Memos application, a new version of modem firmware, and some new font additions for the Notes application, detailed later in this article in relation to the iPad.

Read more »
3

iPhone drops to 23.8% smartphone market share, Android jumps to 17%

http://www.appleinsider.com

New data shows Apple, RIM, and Microsoft continue to lose ground to Google in the U.S. smartphone market. Marketing intelligence company comScore published its quarterly Mobile Subscriber Market Share findings, which tracked total smartphone subscribers for the three months ending in July. According to the report, 53.4 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones during the quarter, up 11 percent from the previous quarter. Of the top 5 platforms, only Google Android grew in market share, from 12 percent to 17 percent of the U.S. smartphone market. Microsoft, Research in Motion, and Apple all lost share, while Palm hovered at 4.9 percent. The study also found that two out of three subscribers send text messages and one out of three subscribers use a browser on their mobile devices. 31.4 percent of users download applications for their devices, and 21.8 percent access social networks and blogs.

Read more »
3

Apple Reportedly Bans Overtly Sexual iPhone Apps

http://www.pcworld.com

Apple reportedly has a new policy for its iPhone app store in which any application with "overtly sexual content" will be removed from the App Store, according to an e-mail obtained by TechCrunch. But just like countless previous times, this latest tweak to Apple's app rejection policy will have app developers scratching their heads trying to figure out what's going on. Wobbly Policy
One app that has been removed from iTunes, called Wobble iBoobs, lets you take a selected image of a bikini model, add "wobble zones" to the photo, and then make those parts of the image move when you shake your iPhone. This app's function was apparently a little too hot for Apple, so the app's developer, Jon Atherton, received a removal notice from Apple, according to TechCrunch.Referring to the Wobble iBoobs application, Apple reportedly wrote, " We have recently received numerous complaints from our customers about this type of content and have changed our guidelines appropriately. We have decided to remove any overtly sexual content from the App Store, which includes your application."

Read more »
3

SlingPlayer Mobile iPhone App Goes 3G Friendly Today

http://indyposted.com

Sling Media, makers of the SlingPlayer hardware and software packages will go live today with AT&T 3G capabilities for iPhone users. Previously only WiFi connected users could stream their videos over their iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS devices.
SlingPlayer allows users to stream their cable, satellite or DVR files directly to their outside devices over high speed internet, previously AT&T had disallowed 3G use of the system for fear that it would cause unnecessary congestion on their fledgling 3G service. AT&T announced several weeks ago that they would allow 3G service to be used with the iPhone SlingPlayer App, but Apple had to first approve the program, which is now available via the App Store. The cost of the 3G version is $29.99, with a free download available to users who have already purchased the WiFi version of the program.
In order to use the program users will also need to purchase a Sling Box which is hooked up to their home video setup and internet connection.

Read more »
3

Apple issues warning about location-based ads in iPhone apps

http://www.downloadsquad.com

Sometimes, Apple's decisions about content in the App Store can be petty and anti-competitive -- like asking developers to remove any mention of Android. But sometimes, they make a call that seems to put users first. This time, it's a request that developers use your location to provide useful information, rather than just serving you location-based ads. Here's the text of the warning to developers, posted in Apple's developer forum:
If you build your application with features based on a user's location, make sure these features provide beneficial information. If your app uses location-based information primarily to enable mobile advertisers to deliver targeted ads based on a user's location, your app will be returned to you by the App Store Review Team for modification before it can be posted to the App Store.'
Developers might balk at the removal of a possible cheap and easy revenue stream, but I think Apple is doing the right thing, here. Apps like Foursquare and Gowalla, which allow business to advertise specials, should be unaffected, because they also your location for checking in, finding your friends, and other important game elements.

Read more »

User login

Navigation




online spanish program spanish online classes social bookmarking : share news headlines and videos Sexy Celebrities facebook starbucks nutrition ipad apps for kids best iphone app for weight loss baba ramdev yoga free download online spanish lessons

unlocked iphone celebrities stalker