There are two things I love about a new Apple device. Firstly it’s new, fresh design. Secondly the look of a new Carbon Fibre skin on that new device. iCarbons are the leading manufacturer in this market, their impressive library hosts all the tech that you should give a damn about.
I rarely make videos these days, mainly because of time but also because I rarely feel the passion/drive to “show it off”. Today I needed to show these devices in simplicity and my video below shows it!!
In addition to this video, I will include below a whole host of photos that now sit proudly on my hard disk drive and social network sites like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
You can buy your own iCarbons from the official site and the official UK Reseller iCarbons & PhoneManiac
What do you use to protect your devices, do you prefer a case or are you hardcore and enjoy your device naked? leave a comment below!
Earlier today, Apple released a new iOS 6 beta to developers, If you happen to spot any more UI changes, let MriOSDevices know.
Maybe it’s the geek / apple fan boy in me but the video Dan uploaded below is of something irrelevant to iOS itself, but the moving cogs are a welcomed change, perhaps Apple will animate their icons in the future Continue reading→
Check out our overview video, you’ll notice how similar the Hack-Store looks to the Mac App-Store. MriOSDevices is most looking forward to seeing Jailbreak apps being hosted here. I hope we can access old Jailbreaks etc, that upload sites remove after a certain amount of time, like MegaUpload etc.
MriOSDevices has been given the opportunity to review some products from The Snugg and this is the first of two reviews, overall this iPad stand is a great addition to anyone’s geeky desk set up.
The stand has a fantastic viewing angle that is adjustable and sturdy in construction, the top and bottom of the support is clad in rubber giving your precious devices protection from scratches and damage.
The animation and Graphic User Interface is flawless, the way the icons drop to fill the screen. It allows you to see who’s tweeting and what they are tweeting about from their picture falling from “the cloud”
Simple gestures allow you to check your profile (swipe left) and if you tap an image, you can swipe right on it to reply to the person and or conversation. There are few setting, they consist of a 3g toggle and the ability to use Retweets
The text on the tweets are big and clear to read, as well as using the retina display on your iPad to view everything in absolute clarity.
MriOSDevices highly recommends you check out this app, we’re sure you will love it!
MriOSDevices want to know what phone you use, doesn’t have to be Apple(but we hope it is), just comment below.
Here at MriOSDevices HQ, Dan uses a 4S, along with Aamir, David and Alex. Rob at the moment is using no phone, however he is looking to get an iPhone 4S.
But what we want to know is, what do you use? iPhone, Windows Phone, Android, Blackberry even?
Maybe your contract is due upgrading, and you think you want a iPhone but you don’t want to pay the premium and you’re thinking of the Galaxy Nexus or HTC One X. They all have bigger screens.. But run Android Ice Cream Sandwich which iOS kicks ass against.
Comment below with what phone you use and what phone you want. Have a great day.
For a long time, Twitter has been around, now with everyone on Smartphones, especially the iPhone, there is more choice of applications. The main ones at the moment are Tweetbot and Twitter For iPhone. There is more like TweetDeck etc but we’re comparing these two.
Tweetbot is a paid app, however Twitter For iPhone is free, this could swing you.
Streaming (when on WiFI with settings to disable it)
That’s just a few features that come included.
Well, Rob and Dan use Twitter For iPhone, just because it was really the first Twitter app that was mass used and we’re used to it, with 4.0 its got a great UI and great settings to tweak the amazing app. Lots love Tweetbot but it’s not for us. Tell us your verdict! Comment below.