Jan 31

Macrumors reported that Apple has released updates to its Wi-Fi base stations and to the Airport Utility program that controls them.

AirPort Utility 6.0 for Mac OS X Lion weighs in at 14.13MB and requires Mac OS X 10.7.2. The user interface has been redesigned to look more like the iOS Airport Utility application available through the App Store for the iPhone and iPad. It is also streamlined, with fewer windows required to access the full range of Airport Base Station settings.

» AirPort Base Station & Time Capsule Firmware Update With New iOS-like Airport Utility

Dec 18

A view days ago we told you guys about a new build of iOS 5.0.1, that Apple released without any notification. We did not know why Apple pushed a new update to the iPhone 4S, but now we know. It turns out that this update fixes the “No SIM Card” errors that some iPhone 4S users have been experiencing. » New iOS 5.0.1 Build Was Pushed To Fix No SIM Card Error

Dec 15

Just a quick update to inform you that Apple released an update for the 2nd generation Apple TV, version 4.4.4 (9A406a). This update comes with some bug fixes, but we dont know if there is anything new, if it is let us know. You can download the new firmware via your Apple TV or via the direct link.

Jul 15

Apple jsut dropped iOS 4.3.4. Nothing new in this update, except for Apple patching the JailbreakMe exploit. Jailbreakers and especially unlockers stay away from this update and save your 4.3.3 blobs NOW ( using TinyUmbrella ). Products compatible with this software update are the iPhone 4 (GSM model), iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad, iPod touch (4th generation) and the iPod touch (3rd generation).

May 30

Apple will unveil the most advanced operating system for mobile phones, iOS 5. In the meantime Federico BiancoCreated a Apple-style slideshow presentation of a iOS 5 concept. The presentation simulates all the features we will get ( or want to have ) in iOS 5. You can check his presentation here. » Apple-Style iOS 5 Slideshow Concept

May 23

Above you can see a new concept video which brings a new spin on iOS 5 multitasking. The video illustrates a quicker way to switch between apps, similar to Full Screen Switching seen in Mac OS X Lion.

May 04

Just a quick heads-up: Apple just dropped iOS 4.3.3. This update contains changes to the iOS crowd-sourced location database cache, including: a reduced size of the cache [it’s only about a weeks worth of locational data now, as opposed to many months]. No longer backs the cache up to iTunes [Your new backups will no longer contain the consolidated.db file, making it a whole lot harder for a crazy spouse to take it and throw it into a third-party mapping tool to figure out roughly where you were at any given time), and Deletes the cache entirely when Location Services is turned off. » iOS 4.3.3 Released: Fixes Tracking Bugs & More!

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