“Stop calling me, mom!”
Here’s an awesome little jailbreak tweak that you might find incredibly useful. It’s called Turn to Hangup, and as its name suggests, it instantly dismisses incoming calls when you place your iPhone on its face.
Yes, I’m aware some Android handsets have had this for sometime, but now the iPhone has it, too — courtesy of Cydia.
Once installed, Turn to Hangup can be accessed via your Settings [Read More...]
Here’s a quick and awesome spot by Mark Gurman: the just-released iOS 5.1 beta makes mention of a new version of the iPad 2 internally dubbed iPad 2,4, and it seems probable that it is a model that works on Sprint’s CDMA network (and can suck thus up Sprint’s unlimited 3G data, albeit at definitively limited download speeds). Were any of you die-hard Sprint subscribers waiting for a compatible iPad 2 [Read More...]
The iPhone’s camera LED flash can be used to alert you to incoming calls, messages, and other alerts. With this feature enabled, anytime a call comes in the devices LED will flash repeatedly, even when the iPhone is on silent mode. Enable LED Flash Alert for iPhone with iOS 5 Tap on the “Settings” app and then on “General” Select “Accessibility” [Read More...]
This morning, a report surfaced that the next iPhone would come with 64GB of storage for the first time ever. It’s looking pretty solid. At the same time, rumors have been bubbling up for the last couple weeks that Apple would soon be discontinuing the venerable iPod Classic… and today’s move to axe the iPod Clickwheel Games section of the iTunes Store certainly seems to confirm as much. That’s a bummer. [Read More...]
According to 9to5Mac, the next iPhone isn’t just popping up in AT&T’s inventory system: it’s in Apple’s too, and it’s confirmed to pack a dual-core A5 SoC. In addition, the packaging number seemingly confirms the MD239F/A barcode leak of earlier today, with the model number for the 32GB unit being MD234. 9to5Mac also notes something we missed when we posted the barcode earlier today: the IMEI and MEID being together [Read More...]
In a move that even took analysts by surprise, Apple has recently slashed iPad orders by 25 percent for the fiscal fourth quarter. The cuts, which surfaced over the past two weeks, could indicate renewed urgency for the iPad 3 or a plot to corner tablet suppliers. Or it could mean that even Apple’s not immune to an economic downturn. The drop in orders — the first ever from Apple — [Read More...]
On average, Apple updates their MacBook Pro line every 215 days. It’s been 203 days since the last MacBook Pro update introduced us to the new Sandy Bridge models with their awesome new Thunderbolt ports. It’s been 203 days since the last MacBook Pro update. Guess what’s incoming? That’s right: a speed bump! Apple Insider says: According to people with proven insight into Apple’s future product plans, the late-2011 MacBook [Read More...]
Dying to get your hands on an iPad 2 before the weekend? Don’t order one from the Apple online store, then, because a whole host of Apple’s gadgets have had their shipping times mysteriously extended. The changes are apparent in both the U.S. and European online stores today, though they were initially noticed in the European store last night, according to MacRumors. When shipping times are extended from Apple’s online store, it’s traditionally [Read More...]