iCloud is a pretty neat system, working in the background across a ton of different apps without much input needed from us users, except our login name and password. It lets you sync Notes, Reminders, save documents, keep game saved-states, and even manage your music collection
Track Your Notes With iCloud
I still like Stickies, but Notes synced via iCloud may actually be better.
Apple has just officially announced that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, recognized most frequently as WWDC, will be commencing from the week of June 10th, 2013. Usually, WWDC is the occasion for the Cupertino company’s major announcements, and with various reports suggesting some major releases this year, products unveiled could range from new iPhones, iPads, Macs, and perhaps even that elusive iWatch.
As ever, there’ll be 100 technical sessions running through the week, presented by in excess of 1,000 Apple engineers, offering both iOS and OS X developers a great opportunity to gain an in-depth insight of the company’s two major platforms.
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Radio Shack, a US retailler with over 4,700 US locations, has expanded its lineup of Apple products online and in stores. While Radio Shack has long carried iOS devices and accessories including Apple’s Wireless Keyboard, the retail chain is now offering Mac specific accessories including Wired keyboards, Mice/Trackpads, Magsafe power adapters, video adapter/cables and more. The additions were first noticed by MacRumors.
The move follows Apple’s addition of Staples to it’s stable earlier this year and the combined total of new places to find these items near 6,500 locations in the US. That’s a significant number of new physical locations for Apple customers to find products needed in a pinch.
Play video charades at your own pace with Interconnected Gaming’s turn-based game, Acting Out! We also have a fitness app that will help you achieve a 5K distance, and an interactive storybook app that tells the tale of a Little Red Hen.
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It’s debatable whether using an iPad as a camera is really all that of a good idea, but that doesn’t stop people from doing it, still. There isn’t a major event that goes by without there being some video footage of someone either filming it or taking photos of it with an iPad.
So, if you do insist on using a 10-inch camera, then the least you can do is make the best of it. That’s why jailbreak tweak CameraTweak HD is so interesting, and if you’re a secret tablet photographer, then you’ll want to check it out.
Available to download for $0.99 from Cydia right now, CameraTweak HD aims to make using an iPad as a camera less of a bad idea, which is no mean feat in our view! If you’ve got a dollar and a jailbroken iPad though, it’s got to be worth trying.
It’s no secret that late Apple CEO Steve Jobs was keen on bringing the company’s technology to the automotive world. In fact, according to longtime Apple board member Mickey Drexler, “Steve’s dream before he died was to design an iCar.” Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, Phil Shiller, echoed those sentiments during the company’s copyright infringement trial against Samsung, saying there had been discussion of Apple making a vehicle.
Steve Jobs may have harboured dreams of roads filled with purely Apple iCars, but the post-Jobs Apple world has a different idea: integrating with the cars already out there. Laptop Mag’s Daniel P. Howley explains how Apple’s looking to get iOS out of your phone and into your dash.
Halfbrick established itself as one of the App Store’s top developers thanks to games that feature simple, engaging mechanics and delightfully manicured aesthetics. Both Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride alike were sensations when they respectively launched, and remain among the best all-time iOS titles because they’re tremendously fun and so thoroughly well crafted. Fish Out of Water is the studio’s latest original affair, and while some of the hallmark elements are there — notably a unique approach plus quick-hit missions — the game curiously doesn’t have the same hook as those earlier favorites.