Apple appears to be in the early -- yet strangely public -- stages of testing Notification Center -style banner alerts on iCloud.com, the web portal they provide for remote email, calendar, and contact access. Apple introduced both Notification Center (as part of iOS 5 ) and iCloud at WWDC 2011 and have since added Notification Center to the OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion developer preview. Given Apple's recent push towards providing a more consistent user experience across their platforms, it makes sense for the web to be included in the mix
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Apple has released information on the security updates that were covered in the recent release of iOS 5.1.1 .
In February, Bla1ze let everyone one know about Taptu , which allows users to “DJ their news” in a sense. This news reader application not only gives you access to a plethora of news sources, but does so brilliantly by giving you the means to tweak and add your favourite content via personalized streams.
Apple has pushed out iOS 5.1.1, a free software update for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users. The minor point release focuses, as usual, on bug fixes and performance enhancements
Proview lawyers recently said that Apple has had a change of heart and are discussing settlements with the LED manufacturer over the use of the iPad name in China. One of Proview’s attorneys said in an interview: We feel that the attitude of Apple Inc.
Apple has filed a case with the World Intellectual Property Organization to gain access to the web domain iPhone5.com. Currently, the site is a modest fan forum. While Apple’s action here might give us a hint as to what they’re going to call the next iOS smartphone, it could just very well be protecting the world at large from scams which would target unwary Apple fans.
When Apple announced their free iCloud service at WWDC 2011 , users of the previous, paid, MobileMe service were given a temporary boost in storage. The extra storage was previously set to expire in June of 2012
According to P.T. Barnum, no one ever went broke overestimating the stupidity of the American public.
Once again proving the velocity of jailbreak , no sooner did Daniel Hooper’s concept video for an overhauled, gesture-based, keyboard-board iPad text editing update get reported, but it’s now been coded up by Kyle Howells as SwipeSelection. Hooper’s concept involved a combination of single and double finger gestures and a Shift key modifier to make text selection faster when doing heavy duty editing.