June 20th in Apple, iOS by

iOS 8 Features Hidden ‘City Tours’ Flyover Feature

iOS 8 City Tours

An iOS developer, Pierre Blazquez, has successfully unlocked the “City Tours” feature Apple promised for iOS 8 Maps at this year’s WWDC. Read on…

June 20th in Apple by

In Case You Missed It – 6/20/2014

In Case You Missed It
In Case You Missed It
There is always so much going on in the world of technology and Apple, that sometimes things fall between the cracks.
Here are a few stories I’d like to toss in your direction.
New or old, just in case you missed them.

Images of iPad Air 2 Dummy Units Surface

ipad air 2

Details concerning the iPad Air 2 have been few and far between with most leaked information focusing on the iPhone 6 and iWatch. That said, some rumored details have started trickling out.  Read on…

June 19th in Apple, iPhone by

iPhone 6 Rumored to Include Barometer and Air Pressure Sensors to Measure Weather


Apple’s iPhone already includes a variety of sensors like the camera, compass, gyroscope and accelerometer that let the device become aware of its surroundings. If new rumors are true, the iPhone 6 will become more capable on this front with a new built-in barometer and air pressure sensors.  Read on…

June 18th in Apple, iPhone by

iPhone 6 Mockups Give a Glimpse Into the Giant iPhone Future

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Each passing day brings the world closer and closer to the release of the next iPhone, possibly more than one. Read on…

June 18th in Other Devices by

Automatic Link Updated – 2.0


In January I published a piece about the Automatic Link and how after a few months of testing I found it to be a great accessory for the iPhone and drivers. Be it the Crash Alert system, the audio feedback for hard braking, fast acceleration, and speeding, the park assist feature, or simply the information about my driving, it was very much worth the cost and I found it a nice companion for helping me understand my driving habits and where I could change to better use the fuel in my car.

Now Automatic have updated their firmware for the Automatic and software for its app, bringing with it an all-new iOS 7 style design and additional features as well, including low-fuel warnings and adjustable speed feedback. Read on…

June 17th in Apple, iPad, iPad News, iPhone by

Costco to Begin Selling iPhones and iPads

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Costco has reached a new agreement with Apple that will see it eventually carrying iPhones, iPads and other Apple items. Read on…

Video Shows iPad Split-Screen App Mode In iOS 8

ipad split screen

Good news for you multi-taskers: Apple may finally be bringing legitimate multitasking to the iPad. Read on…

Review: Brydge+ Keyboard for iPad 2/3/4


One of the most forgotten peices of Apple hardware is the iPad 2/3/4. There are millions of them sitting in the hands of users, Apple even sells this particular design for education purposes, and while it may shock many hardcore users, schools eat them up. They’re functional still, work well, and do everything that a classroom needs…well, almost. Read on…

June 12th in Apple, iOS, iPad, iPhone by

iOS 8 Lets You Scan Your Credit Card With Mobile Safari


What’s the worst thing about buying things online? That’s right, it’s having to enter your credit card information over and over and over again. Autofill tries to solve this problem, but if you’re like me the idea of letting the Internet save all your credit card information is a little scary. Read on…

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