Subtle Changes in the iOS 6 UI

Nice comparo and notes from Chris Armstrong. Source: The Industry via The Loop   Did you like this? Share it: Read More

Aussie Secret Agents Free to Be Hipsters

Cult of Mac has linked to a story whereby Australian government agents are approved to store classified documents on iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad. So now, agents in the Australian Security Intelligence Organization (ASIO) can use their iPhones when they are out killing bad guys, or seducing the ladies, or whatever it is Australian secret agents do. Source: Cult of Mac Did you like this? Share it: Read More

Hacktivator Re-Enables Airprint for iOS 4.2

Airprint for shared network printers was conspicuously absent from yesterday’s iOS update. Fortunately, a small app was whipped together over at Netputing that re-enabled the feature. It works perfectly. Head on over to Netputing to download the app. If there was a “Donate” link on the site or within the app, my Paypal account would definitely be a little lighter. Highly recommended! Did you like this? Share it: Read More

iOS 4.2 is Here-Fire Up Your Updator

As a member of the Developer Program, I’ve been using iOS 4.1, then 4.2, then 4.2.1, for some time now. I love it. Now it’s finally released to the general public, so go get it via iTunes Update or direct download here when Apple  makes it available. Did you like this? Share it: Read More