Monthly Archives: July 2011

Rumor: Will The Next iPod Touch Have 3G?

Well here is a rumor you don’t hear every day, the iPod Touch getting some 3G connectivity. Now before you start thinking about making calls remember that this rumor is stating that only 3G data will be active. If you think about it, it really does make sense. This would allow everyone who doesn’t need or want a iPhone to have all the latest apps and iOS goodness in the palm of their hand. Like every single Apple rumor we report on, make sure take this with a grain of salt. 


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Free Your iPad 2 With JailbreakMe


Users of the iPhone and original iPad are already familiar with Jailbreaking, which frees your device from the hands of Apple. Now, after months of waiting, the iPad 2 is ready to be set free. Jailbreaking couldn’t be easier, just point your iPad 2 browser to and install the application. Within a few minutes your iPad will be free and have Cydia installed right on the desktop. Remember that it is just as easy to restore your iPad to its original settings by going to iTunes and starting the restore process. Like always please Jailbreak at your own risk and don’t blame us if something goes wrong.

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15 Billion Apps Downloaded And Counting


Many of you will remember when the App Store passed the 1 Billion download mark. Now, as it seems, the pace is heating up. Apple announced that 15 Billion apps have been downloaded in total from the App Store as of this morning. There are also 425,000 total apps and paid apps have brought in $2.5 Billion for the developers that have made them. Apple is also showing off that they are the king of apps in the tablet world with an amazing 100,000 available for download this instant. 

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iPad Typing World Record Broken


A 15 year old broke the Guinness World Record for typing speed on the iPad by just about a second. The record that he broke consists of typing every single letter in the English language with the keyboard. His time clocked in at 5.26 seconds breaking the previous record of 6.31 seconds. We will have to see how the record keeping is done after Apple releases iOS 5 in the coming months. One of iOS 5’s new features is the redesigned keyboard. The keyboard features a split key layout with half of the letter on each side of the screen. The split screen keyboard will only be displayed on the iPad screen when holding it in in landscape position. We will make sure to keep you informed on all Apple records, meanwhile why not practice up on your typing skills?­

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Google + Submitted To The Apple App Store


For all of us iPhone loving souls that are also fascinated with Google’s new social networking program, some good news is in store for us. A post on none other than Google + itself is saying that the iOS app has been submitted and is waiting approval from Apple. Not many details are given about the app, but I’m sure we can expect something similar to the Android version. For all of those that don’t know what Google + is, here is a little background. Google + is a new social networking service from Google and is a mixture of Twitter, Skype, and Facebook. It allows you to share your pictures, videos, status updates, locations, and so much more with your friends and the world. For more information on Google + head on over to Google’s page here.

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