The iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and new iPad Mini are now all packing the famous A7 microprocessor. This magnificent beast of engineering brilliance not only outperforms its predecessors in speed and battery life, it is also the first mobile 64-bit “system-on-a-chip” designed for mobile computing. What this means for fellow Candy Crush addicts (we have a Google Hangout every Sunday night) is the main CPU, graphics, and motion processor all sit together in a small cubical in the principal’s office and work together. Instead of delving deep into technical specifications of version numbers, register counts, cluster configurations and the like, let us assume the A7 is “the complete package,” doing everything a savvy person needs for updating Twitter or Facebook at a red light about the genius in front of you painting their toenails on their dashboard instead of updating Twitter or Facebook.
While dating apps like Tinder and HowAboutWe Dating may be getting all the press, there's an app already on your iPhone that can land you a date with a nearby cutie. And it's called Siri.
Popular YouTuber, Stuart Edge, shows you how to use Siri to get a date with someone who is literally inches away.
Apple’s September announcement of the iPhone 5s and 5c brought welcome news for users wishing for new productivity applications along with their enhanced devices: free copies of the popular iWork and iLife apps. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, are staples for any professional interfacing with Microsoft Office documents, Adobe Acrobat files, Open Office formats, and the options even include saving certain Pages documents as iBooks files. iLife includes applications like iPhoto, GarageBand, and iMovie
Today, Apple expanded the generosity in multiple ways. In addition to introducing the new iPad Air, the updated MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Pro computers, the company announced that iWork and iLife will now come free on any new iOS or OS X device purchased.
Halloween is sneaking up on us like a ghost in a haunted house. Don't be unprepared for the fun.
Here are five apps to help you pick a costume, scary or cute, for party wear or trick or treating.
1. Halloween Costumes Ideas Free Costume Fashion Fun for Kids (free)
This app boasts over 5,000 costumes ideas for kids. If you find one you like, there is also an option to buy the costume and have it shipped to you.