Ars say that the recently updated AppleTV is definitely running some version of iOS, which means that it could be a possible jailbreak target
— to what end still remains to be seen, however.
I know the trend these days is to simplify things down to their bare essentials, but underneath all those pretty icons lies a... multi-core processor snoop filter
? Yeah, whatever that is.
OpenFeint could be thought of as the pre-Game Center Game Center for games, but the thing about OpenFeint is that it now also supports*cross-platform multiplayer between iOS and Android
The iOS 4.2 beta launched yesterday, and for those who haven't had the chance to play, iLounge have the best overview I've seen
of all the new and updated features.
Smoking Apples, however, have the in-depth breakdown of iOS 4.2 beta for the iPad
— things you might have missed, if you will, and The iPhone Blog show us finding text in Mobile Safari
in the latest beta, too!
Trimming an MP3 on your Mac? Sure, you could do it with GarageBand, but OSX Daily show us how to do it with QuickTime instead
Blaze is an iOS puzzle game with a bit of a twist. I know I might say that a bit, but in Blaze you literally have to twist the item you're setting alight until all the candles are lit
Apple has posted some iPad in Business profiles to it's website
, driving home the point that the iPad can also be used as a brilliant productivity tool instead of just for Angry Birds.
Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz says that iAds will fall apart
because Steve Jobs is too much of a control freak. To Carol Bartz we say, AAPL just landed at an all time high
Times for iPad is like your own customised newspaper
. If you haven't checked out the*brilliance*of Reeder, or Pulse' simplicity, then you should definitely give Times a look for your news-reading requirements.