Jun 18

Recently an app with the generic name “Display Recorder” made its way into Apple’s App Store. The app works very similarly to the popular Cydia package with the same name. Display Recorder from the App Store does however contain a few features that the Cydia counterpart lacks. The first noticeable difference is that the app records audio from the iPhone’s microphone and merges it with the recorded video. Secondly, the app records in a format that is instantly available to view on your device unlike the package from Cydia. Check out the video above to see the app in action. » Apple Allows (Previously Jailbreak Only) iOS Display Recorder App Approved For App Store

Jun 17


Martin Hajek managed to fool the Web when his black iPhone mockups were taken for the real thing. Gizmodo is a good sport and now features his work on a white iPhone mockup, which looks pretty darn good to our eyes. The renderings are inspired by leaked photos and video of what most believe to be the next-generation iPhone’s metal back. Check out after the break for more pictures. » Nice Looking Renders Of Next iPhone In White [Pictures]

Jun 15

Clearly amazing. The quad-core A5 chip delivers even more power. The laser projection keyboard liberates your thumbs. The new iClear Retina display presents sharp graphics and stunning images. iOS 6 will take your iPhone experience in an entirely new direction. And if there’s anything else you need, just ask Siri. » iPhone 5 Concept Video With Transparent Display

Jun 14

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Apple now know that privacy is synonymous with users’ information, and the iDevice-maker is finally attempting to rights its wrongs by requiring user permission in iOS 6 before apps can access any sensitive particulars.

Congress, regulatory bodies, and consumer advocates alike became aware earlier this year that apps uploaded data—such as entire contact lists—to their servers without notifying or even asking for permission from users first. Apple responded to the uproar in February when a representative said future software releases would require explicit user approval.

iOS 6 is now in beta for developers but will release to the public this fall. Read the full release not after the break.

» Apple Now Requires User Permission In iOS 6 Before Apps Can Access Private Data

Jun 13

Apple products have amazing design, but Apple lead designer Jonathan Ive freely admits that he draws heavy insipiration from his idol Dieter Rams. Check out after the break to see some similarities between 1950s-1970s Braun and modern Apple products. » Industrial Design: Braun vs Apple

Jun 13

T(ether) is a novel spatially aware display that supports intuitive interaction with volumetric data. The display acts as a window affording users a perspective view of three- dimensional data through tracking of head position and orientation. T(ether) creates a 1:1 mapping between real and virtual coordinate space allowing immersive exploration of the joint domain. Our system creates a shared workspace in which co-located or remote users can collaborate in both the real and virtual worlds. » T(ether) – a Spatially- and Body-Aware Window for Collaborative Editing and Animation of 3D Virtual Objects

Jun 12


Apple said that  iOS 6, the next version of its iPhone and iPad operating system,  will be compatible with devices as old as the iPhone 3GS, which is 3 years old. iOS 6 will be compatible with multiple devices but not all features are available on all devices. Macrumors created a nice “infographic” which you can see above, that shows what features are supported on each device. » Support For iOS 6 Features On Older Devices

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