Some seriously cutting-edge tech is cresting the horizon, ready to take your Apple devices and other gear to the next level of awesome. We’ve searched out the breakthroughs on the verge of becoming reality to discover how Macs, iDevices, and other tech are about to become even more impressive.
The Apple iPad was the first iOS-based product that would allow you to use an external keyboard. Apple offers two options for keyboard support: the Apple Wireless Keyboard and the Apple iPad Keyboard Dock, both going for $69. The former connects to the iPad or any iPhone running iOS 4 using Bluetooth. This week, we'll take a look at some tips on how to get the most out of these keyboards.
So you would think working at one of the largest tech conglomerates in the world would come filled with perks right? Well, not exactly. Unless you're undertaking a project that has the CEO'S name attached to it.
Before we embark upon the weekend's festivities of food, fun and blowing stuff up, we thought we'd leave you with the lasting impression of this memorable video. Gary Katz, the guy who made an Apple Store diorama out of an abandoned shoebox and iPhone parts, went and created a visual history of Apple computers that he's owned in the past. But, he didn't just post a video of them dancing around in tutus or what have you. No, instead he morphed them all together.
This week, we've got tips for putting your conversation on hold with an iPhone 4 and connecting a USB thumb drive or an iPhone to your iPad using the camera connection kit. Plus, we've got a nifty cheat sheet for restricting 3G data on your menial data plan.
In the latest Stevemail, Jobs wants iPhone users to be less concerned about the multitasking features and just learn to love them. MacDaily is reporting that in a latest email to a MacDailyNews reader inquiry, Jobs simply replied, "People shouldn't have to understand multitasking. Just use is [sic] as designed, and you'll be happy. No need to ever quit apps."
First they run into troubles with iPhone 4 pre-orders. Then once people received those joyous pre-orders, hardware troubles started to arise. What's next for Apple? Oh just getting called out by Germany on alleged transparency issues.
Let's not play games, shall we, Mac|Life readers? Stuff happened this week, a lot of stuff, but unless it had the words iPhone 4 in its title, you weren't really paying attention were you? In fact, some of you were probably camping out, sitting in lawn chairs, live tweeting your experience waiting outside to pick up Apple's latest and greatest. Well, we shall indulge you with this extra special, all iPhone 4 version of In Case You Missed It from the gang at Mac|Life.
Are lefties being left out in the cold again? Claims are surfacing and confirmed by Apple that if you are holding your iPhone the wrong way, for instance in your left hand, you may not get the reception you expect. So stop holding it that way!