iPhone Life Blog entries by all bloggers about iPhone and iPod Touch
The latest buzz online says that Apple may introduce a 7-inch iPad next year. The source of many of the rumors circulating is DigiTimes, a Taiwan-based publication that typically cites component suppliers as its sources -- and that has mixed success in its prognostications. You can read more on AppleInsider.
Back in my day when we used things like sliderules, protractors, and multiplication tables (had mine printed on a little cheat sheet), I remember thinking what a total drag mathematics were. I'd rather be outside playing kickball. If I would have had Factor Samurai, I would have jumped on my "times tables" like a shark eating a surfer (go shark)! If you got school kids mildly to severely uninterested in math, this is a clever way to get them interested. Read on for more review comments and info on the app...
Diversity in any market is a good thing. It is the driving force behind uber-successful virtual exchanges like the App store, where large programming houses offer top of the line products right up next to an app banged out by an 11 year old (which in some cases might be the better choice). I love to see it, and never shy away from encouraging it. Take the case of former EA employee faced with a choice to relocate (to the U.S.) or open up his own mobile gaming shop. Read on for the 411 on how the newly minted PlaySide is going to endeavor to bring you the best in mobile gaming...
How about a beer with your iPhone?
Now here is a gift for the guy who has everything. The Opena is basically a protective skin for the iPhone 4 with a bottle cap opener that slides out. That's about all there is to it.
All you have to do it click your iPhone into it, and you are in business. When you need to open a bottle, there is a metal slider in the back of the unit with a hole in it. Put your finger in the hole and slide upward. Out pops the opener.
They come in a colorful array of orange, green, blue, and black. They are more fun than a barrel of monkeys, and they are aptly named Tankbots. They sort of look like little Smart Cars on tractor treads.
The app called “Free App Wall” is easily the best one of its type which I’ve tried so far. The point of this handy app is to find other apps which are not normally free but are for one reason or another. This is often because the other apps are new or being promoted or something of this nature but the bottom line is this is the best way to find great apps for free that I’ve seen.
It's that time of year — when we see Best lists for the past year and predictions for the coming year. CNET has posted Five predictions for 2012. Some are obvious, others more speciulative. Let's consider some of them.
Many IOS users will be taking more photographs this holiday season. I thought I would share some of the better IOS applications in the App Store for taking and editing photos. Pro Camera is one of my favorite alternative applications for taking the place of the native camera app on any idevice. Pro camera has many available options and settings for users. My favorite feature of Pro camera is the ability to zoom. Once you have the subject in the picture you can zoom in or out depending on what it needs to get the better picture. This is a great asset to any camera application and photographer.
The TeemMeet S.MA.R.T iPad 2 case is made in Switzerland. It's made from high quality Italian leather. The iPad 2 S.MA.R.T case model has three primary positions for viewing and use. They are the standard position which you simply open the front flap and use the device. The typing position allows the user to comfortably type from a sitting position. The third position is the viewing position, allows the user to position the iPad for watching a movie. The smart case is made of very high quality Italian leather.
I Won’t Fall is the heartwarming saga of a mother hen who will risk anything to save her baby chicks. In all honesty the game can sometimes get a bit depressing, especially when you get smacked again and again by the picture of a baby chick with a solitary tear running down its cheek if you fail a level. Have no fear, though, because love always prevails and when you finally conquer the treacherous surroundings and reach each baby chick you’ll feel warm and fuzzy all over. At least I think that’s the emotions from the game…
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