Category Archives: iTunes
Before I get started, Your probably wondering what the hell am I trying to describe in the picture above.
The picture above shows a picture being taken on an iPhone device. Immediately (if enabled) iCloud will upload it to your iCloud account. Then it will sync with your iCloud enabled device. Not only is this pictures, iCloud stores your music, photos, apps, calendars, documents, and more.
This is really easy to enable!
The Program installed on the computer,
In this image it shows I have used no GB.
NOTE: iCloud gives you an amount of 5GB (you can buy more storage)
I don’t use outlook but you can sync Mail,Contacts,Calenders and Tasks.
If you don’t have outlook you can only sync photos and and bookmarks.
NOTE: Mac users can use the “mail” application
The apps you use every day are ready for iCloud.
When you update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iOS 5, your favorite Apple apps become seamlessly integrated with iCloud. Just like that. So all your content and information is available and up to date, no matter which device you’re using.
iTunes in the Cloud
Download your music whenever and wherever you want it.
Automatically download new photos to all your devices.
Documents in the Cloud
View and edit the same document on whichever device you’re using.
Apps, Books, and Backup
Your content. Stored, backed up, and with you wherever you are.
Look closely. Notice something? The top status bar on the iPod Touch does indeed say “3G”. Obviously, the current 4th generation iPod Touch’s don’t have any 3G connectivity whatsoever. This graphic appeared on Apple’s iTunes page when updated with the recent release of Lion, and you can see the graphic for yourself, here. Although this may just be an iPhone’s screen superimposed on an iPod Touch for some reason or another, rumors have indeed been circulating on a possible 3G capable iPod Touch. What do you think? Did Apple just leak the 3G functionality of the iPod Touch 5th gen, or is it just a graphical mistake?
Personally, I do think this was just a photoshop blunder, and not really a 3G iPod Touch, however, I wouldn’t be completely surprised if Apple does end up adding 3G support in the new line of iPod Touch’s.
Below is a picture/model of the iPhone 5 case… It looks very alike with the current iPhone 3GS case… This is very unlike the iPhone 4 cases. From my perspective Apple is turning back to the 3GS look
Lets look at the differences,
You will notice a larger, edge-to-edge display for more viewing and better resolution. Do you think this is plausible? It may feel like a good idea to have the most screen space possible but putting it so close to the edge sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. I can see so many of these screens being cracked with the slightest fall. If this screen rumor is true, hopefully Apple will take this to heart and make a very durable screen.
The two other things you may notice from a quick glace is that the home button is made larger and the back of the device is slight curved, like the iPad 2. Although the curved back seems like a great idea and will make it feel right for holding, why make the home button larger? I thought the reason behind the iPhone was to eliminate most of the button use so why make the button larger? I truly believe they should keep it the same or completely eliminate it with the new gestures iOS 5 has.
What do you think about the case?
As with Lion’s release on the mac, it was only avaliable to download via the mac app store. Though you can make a boot disk of lion, you cant get one from apple themselves. As more and more computer programs and software is being released by download only, is this soon going to become the norm with all discs?
I am a fan of music and do have a fair few cds, but in a couple of years these could soon be gone, slowly being replaced by music downloading programs like iTunes or Spotify. it seems like the CD is going to be resigned to the collector, or pushed aside like vinyl records.
I, for one, am not a fan of having all of my music digitally, a cd is like a backup incase it gets lost. However, Its great that apple have made Lion only available in this way because it shows how much of a chance they are willing to take to convince people to make a move over to apple.
So to answer my question, i think were seeing the end of the compact disk in some areas, but not all.
What do you think?
First we begin with: HINT: Click the App photo to open it in iTunes or App Store
MapleStory Theif Edition
A handsome thick piece of solid walnut with either a brushed aluminum or glossy resin face plate. The ultimate mix of modern design and convenience. The perfect mate to my already perfect iPhone. You will simply start your clock app of choice and slide your phone into the fully enclosed sleeve and it will seamlessly dock and begin to charge, giving you the restful sleep you deserve. Or maybe you’ll set it up on your desk to show slides of the family while you’re at work? Or use it as a mini flat screen to catch up on your shows?
You can pre-order yours at Kickstarter for $65 and $55, respectively.
Today July 19th Google has launched it’s + app for iPhone,
The Description is quoted
Google+ for mobile makes sharing the right things with the right people a lot simpler. Huddle lets you send super-fast messages to the people you care about most. And no matter where you are, the stream lets you stay in the loop about what your friends are sharing and where they’re checking in
The + App has the following features,
* Circles let you share the right things with just the right people.
* Stream is where you can get updates from your circles or see what people are saying about things nearby.
* Huddle is super-fast group messaging for everyone in your circles.
What are your thoughts?