If you minimize a lot of app windows while using a Mac you’ve probably noticed that the right side of the Dock in OS X quickly becomes cluttered with tons and tons of those minimized window thumbnails, and as they build up the size of the visible Dock slowly starts to shrink and adjust the size to accommodate them. Other than being cluttered, the reduced size becomes so small the thumbnails are largely useless anyway. Here are the minimized window [Read More…]
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Many older Macs lost out on the ability to run OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.3!), but some hard working fellows have created a free third party tool called MLPostFactor that allows for the newest version of OS X to be installed on older, officially unsupported Macs. The process used to be quite complicated, but with MLPostFactor it’s easier than ever and can [Read More…]
Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch is one of the most advanced mobile devices on the market and you owe it to yourself to make sure you are using it to its full capabilities.
Thatâ€™s why Cult of Mac Deals is excited to bring you this lifetime membership to iOS Centric for only $ 49 because now you can be up-to-date on all iOS secrets for the rest of [Read More…]
If you haven’t been using Alfred, the amazing app launcher (and much more) on your Mac, you’ve been missing out. It started out as an app launcher, a la Quicksilver, but continued to get improvements and additions over time until now, version 2.0 can do a ton of things on your Mac, all with a quick hotkey press on the keyboard, including launching apps, issuing system commands, [Read More…]
We’re pretty confident the iPhone 5S will look almost identical to the iPhone 5, but its insides are likely to be a little different. Recent rumors have claimed Apple could add a faster processor to the device, along with fingerprint technology and improved cameras. And one of those cameras may have been leaked.
The picture above shows what is believed to be a front-facing camera for the iPhone 5S.
As you can [Read More…]
A new survey conducted by ChangeWave Research has found that 19% of U.S. consumers say they’re likely to purchase Apple’s much-anticipated “iWatch” if and when it becomes available. The demand has been attributed to “Apple’s track record of delivering ultra-convenient, easy to use productsÂ withÂ perceived ‘cool factor’.”
ChangeWave surveyed 1,713 consumers in the U.S. between March 4 and March 19, of which 5% said that they are “very likely” to purchase a smartwatch [Read More…]
Earlier this week, we wrote about Grabby, a rad little Cydia tweak that let you extend the lockscreen camera launcher into a quickbar for up to five favorite apps.
Here’s a similar idea. Atom is an upcoming Cydia tweak that is set to be released this weekend which allows you to unlock your iPhone directly to up to six different apps, just by dragging the on-screen ‘locked’ icon to one of six [Read More…]
We get ca-rayyy-zee on this week’s CultCast, takin’ ’bout iPhone 5S’ rumored new camera; why megapixels don’t matter; Facebook Home coming to iOS; why teens really love Snapchat; and we review the new iSteve mockumentaryâ€”it’s either way better or way worse than you heard. Plus more!
Stream or download new and past episodes of The CultCast on your Mac or iDevice by subscribing now on iTunes, or hit [Read More…]
When I hear about a game that uses miniature figurines with a videogame, I automatically think of Skylanders, Activision’s hit toy/video game that uses plastic creature figures placed on a special “portal of power” to use the creature’s special abilities in the videogame, on consoles and on iPad.
Sydney, Australia-based TableTop Interactive is going one step further to a fuller interactive experience, with mini-figurines reminiscent of tabletop games like Hero Clix or [Read More…]
SurfacePad for iPhone by Twelve South Category: Cases Works With: iPhone 5 Price: $ 35
Back in February, I reviewed the The SurfacePad from Twelve South and called it the â€œBest iPhone Case Ever.â€ And had it stayed pristine and continued working like it did for the first few weeks, that would be [Read More…]