Posted On Tuesday, February 19, 2013 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: chinese, design, icons, iphone apps, ipod, microsoft, mozilla, pdf, screenshots
There have been a growing number of reports that Apple is working on a larger form factor iPhone, presumably to better compete with the wide variety of Android devices currently available. Based on those rumors, there have been also been a number of speculative articles on exactly how Apple might adapt iOS to handle the increase in screen size
Posted On Thursday, September 13, 2012 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: apple, bartender, dna, facebook, front page, icons, ipod, japan, mac, painting, php, twitter
Apple has added the web versions of Reminders and Notes to the public iCloud.com website for access from desktop Macs and PCs. These web apps have been live for developers in beta for several months.
Posted On Saturday, March 24, 2012 By admin. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors, TechCrunch Tags: design, front page, icons, imac, internet, ipad, iphone apps, ipod, mac, music, netflix, sales, techcrunch
Macgasm notes an interesting tweet by former Apple TV engineer Michael Margolis who claims that the new Apple TV interface designs were "tossed out 5 years ago because [Steve Jobs] didn't like them." Alongside the 3rd Generation iPad, Apple also introduced a new version of the Apple TV that supports 1080P video. With it came an updated interface for the set-top box, (shown above) with icon-based category buttons and large billboard-style artwork for content.
Posted On Thursday, March 15, 2012 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: Alternative, apple, digital, fighter, google, icons, imac, ipad, iphone, ipod, japan, microsoft, photos, universe
With Apple's official launch of the iPad in Australia, Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong just hours away, it seems that some of the company's retail stores are beginning their preparations. At Apple's Fukuoka Tenjin store in Japan, which closed for the night a little over an hour ago, employees are currently hard at work removing iPad 2 units from display in order to replace them with demo models of the new iPad
Posted On Tuesday, February 7, 2012 By temp. Under 9to5Mac, iPhone Apps, MacRumors Tags: adventure, apple, beach, copyright, development, facebook, front page, icons, imac, iphone, ipod, mac, management, Motorola, utility
Screenshot from FinerThingsIn.com DaringFireball notes several changes in some of the icons found in OS X 10.7.3. Several of our readers had also noticed the small changes in pointer icons in the latest version
Posted On Saturday, January 28, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: advertise, apple, google, home, icons, phone-updated, privacy-policy, springboard
While we’re going to have to wait until next month for the official, stable release of Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich for Asus’ Eee Pad TF101, an unofficial (and also somewhat unstable) version by XDA member paulburton has surfaced. Check out the details, as well as a how-to-tutorial after the jump! DISCLAIMER: Redmond Pie will not be held responsible for any loss of data or damage to device experienced by following this guide.
Posted On Saturday, January 28, 2012 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, RedMondPie Tags: animation, home, icons, ipad, iphone apps, paul-morris, privacy-policy, site-meter, twitter-wjs, zephyr
If you take the time to sit back and draw up a list of the best, most functional tweaks which exist for jailbroken iOS device, then chances are that the list would contain a number of releases created by developer Grant Paul, a.k.a. chpwn. Grant has been around the jailbreak development scene for a number of years now and despite his age, he is considered a veteran developer and one of the best at what he does
Posted On Friday, January 27, 2012 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: animation, flash-android, icons, kinect, oliver-haslam, privacy-policy, redmond-pie-, springboard, windows 7
The success of the Microsoft Kinect motion sensor for the Xbox 360 has obviously set the minds of the men and women in Redmond wandering. The motion detecting sensor was launched for the Xbox 360 in November 2010 and has so far shifted approximately eighteen million units. The estimated sales total paint an impressive picture by themselves, but when you take into account the 360 console itself has shipped around the sixty six million units, the fact that for every 3.6 consoles sold a Kinect has also been sold is very impressive indeed.
Posted On Wednesday, January 18, 2012 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: adopters-rises, advertise, apple, apple tv, home, icons, itv, phone-adds, privacy-policy, redmondpie, upcoming-apple, while-android
Running out of patience with the iPad 3 and iPhone 5 rumors? Well, then you have come to the right place, as today has brought about some new speculative chatter, this time pertaining to the capabilities of the expected Apple TV set . In the last ten years, Apple has been on a rampage with the sole mission of revolutionizing and improving the music, mobile and portable device industries and it would take a braver man than me to say they have succeeded in doing so, and then some.
Posted On Wednesday, January 18, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: adopters-rises, apple, google, icons, morris, morris-overflow, phone-adds, privacy-policy, redmondpie, upcoming-apple, while-android
It’s a valid and much-debated point, after all. Whilst Android devices from most manufacturers follow the rationale that bigger is better in terms of form factor and screen size, Apple has defiantly stuck with the 3.5 inch display for nearly five years