By Christian Zibreg on Sep 19, 2012
With today’s release of iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2, Apple has updated its Podcasts app with support for iCloud subscription syncing. Just a few minutes later, updates to Apple’s other apps went live in iTunes, including iLife and iWork apps and utils like Find My Friends, Remote, AirPort Utility and more. With so many third-party apps being updated for iOS 6 support as we speak, you may want to prioritize your downloads. Here’s what’s new in Apple’s own updated apps for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad… Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on Mar 19, 2012
The big news last week was of course the new iPad and Apple TV launches. For that reason, we supplemented our normal deluge of jailbreak videos with some iPad and Apple TV unboxings, comparisons, and the like. But that’s not to say that there weren’t some striking jailbreak videos created last week, because there were.
Please be sure to share our iPhone, iPad, and iOS video guides by spreading our posts on Twitter and Facebook. Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on Mar 13, 2012
iPhoto was the big new app release that Apple touted at its new iPad media event, but the bad news is that it requires iOS 5.1.
For those of us with jailbroken iPhone 4S’ and iPad 2′s, this places us in an interesting predicament.
Since there is no way to jailbreak iOS 5.1 on these devices, updating now would not only prevent us from jailbreaking, but it would also prevent us from downgrading back to iOS 5.0.1 now that Apple has closed the signing window for that firmware.
So, what to do? Fortunately, there’s an easy workaround to this problem, and we’re going to walk you through the process on video… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jul 20, 2011
Do you enjoy making movies with your iPhone? (No, not those kinds of movies.) Well, there’s a new contest going on for all of you budding Steven Spielbergs out there.
The Original iPhone Film Festival is in full swing and is accepting entries from anyone with an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad. Think you have what it takes to win? Hit the jump for contest details and prize information… Read More
By Sebastien Page on Sep 10, 2010
In the wake of an FTC investigation, Apple decided yesterday to loosen its restrictions on iOS app development and published full guidelines about applications submitted for review in the App Store.
These guidelines aim at helping developers understand how Apple reviews applications. To quote Apple, “we hope it will make us more transparent and help our developers create even more successful apps for the App Store.”
Well, speaking of transparency, can someone at Apple explain to me why Apple’s iMovie application for iPhone violates their own guidelines? Read More
By Sebastien Page on Sep 2, 2010
I just got words about a nice little trick that allows you to insert YouTube videos in iMovie on your iPhone. It’s pretty simple, and best of all, you don’t even need a computer to do it. For this to work, you will need a jailbroken iPhone and 3 applications: Read More
By Sebastien Page on Jun 12, 2010
When Apple revealed the iPhone 4 last week, they also announced iMovie for iPhone, a video editing application that goes beyond the trimming option of the iPhone 3GS. Much was left unknown about iMovie, with many people asking about the capabilities of this soon-to-be-released application.
Jeff Carlson of TiBits got a bit more information about iMovie from one of his sources at Apple:
- iMovie for iPhone will be for the iPhone 4 only. It will not be compatible with the 3GS or older models because it requires the A4 chip
- iMovie will not be able to run on the iPad
- Edited movies can be transferred to iTunes but they can’t be further edited on iMovie on the Mac.
At $4.99, that is an application I will make sure to download as soon as I get my hands on the iPhone 4.