Today, January 7th 2013, 50,000,000,000 downloads from the App Store, what a milestone for the start of 2013. An incredible achievement to Apple and it’s developers.
Earlier this month we reported about how 25% of iPhone downloads were from 6 main developers, meaning many developers were missing out on the pot of gold, however with 50,000,000,000 is an amount that’s from entire downloads…. A LOT and enough for everyone.
If you are reading this, then chances are you are already running iOS 5 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. As you may already know, one of the most notable new feature in the iOS 5 is the fully revamped notification system called Notification Center. While this new feature does what it does admirably on its default settings, what really makes the Notification Center stand out is its potential for added functionality. This is especially true concerning the jailbreak scene because developers seem to flock on the new notification system in order to develop tweaks and apps. Now here are the top 10 awesome jailbreak widgets and tweaks for iOS 5′s Notification Center.
NOTE: Most of these tweaks and widgets do not have a Springboard icon for activation and configuration. But most of them can be activated / deactivated by navigating to Settings.app and to the Notifications section. Continue reading→
The Amazing Spiderman is the next instalment to hit our screen’s in the franchise, moving away from the old cast, this new film looks at the mistakes Peter Parker makes… Along with the film, a new application has hit the AppStore.
I downloaded this App a couple of days ago, coming in at a whopping 1 GB file download you are sure to have a well made, fun app to keep you busy on your iDevice. It’s available for the iPhone, iPod & iPad and you will not be disappointed! Continue reading→
Today i will talk about TotalFinder, a really powerful plugin for Finder on Mac OS X.
First of all, I want to thank the developer for his awesome work! I actually use TotalFinder on my Mac and I really enjoy it ! So much better when you work on your files. I could not work properly without this app in my Mac. Continue reading→
Have you been waiting for the new Macs? Maybe you have the 2011 iMac and are crying at nigh time because of its slow processing power. If so, you may be interested in this article!
Apple’s new, unannounced MacBook Pro and iMac have started to pop-up in Geekbench benchmarks over the last few days. MacRumors noticed the new benchmarks in its forums, where a “MacBookPro9,1″ entry surfaced, which suggests it will land as the 2012 replacement for the current MacBookPro8,x versions of the popular Apple Computer. Continue reading→
I just recently joined MriOSDevices (yesterday) and I am really proud to be apart of the team, I will be bringing you posts for the website as often as possible, I hope you will enjoy my take on Apple, tech and of course share my posts.
One passion I have is 2012′s most anticipated event, JailbreakCon – Formally MyGreatFest.
I know it’s a bit early to talk about that but the JailbreakCon ( World Wide Jailbreak Convention ) however, before we now it, it will be here! I hope you’re as excited about it as we are! make sure you follow us for all the latest news about this event!
It will take place at the South San Francisco Conference Center in California, home state of Apple inc.
directions: 255 South Airport Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94080
If you cannot personally make the event, JailbreakCon will be live streaming the whole day, Unlike last year, the live stream will be mobile, it will go around the convention and privately chatting with speakers and visitors to interact with it’s audience more.
Tickets are on sale here, currently their is an early bird special, make sure you check out this site for more info before prices go up!
Today another hidden iOS5 feature has been uncovered, this time its an autocorrect bar and was found bysonny dickinson. The bar looks simmilar to the one found on android and is displayed over the keyboard whislt typing.
This method can be done with OR without a Jailbreak simply follow theese steps much like the hidden panorama feature.
Backup you device in iTunes
Navigate to the backup location, and open it using iBackupBot.
Edit “Library/Preferences/com.apple.keyboard.plist” and append the following code to the file. <key>KeyboardAutocorrectionLists</key><string>YES</string>
Save the changes and restore from the modified backup using iBackupBot.
Like the panorama mode weposted baout a few days ago its unsure wheter appleplan on ever realing this to the public.