For those in the market for an Apple product such as the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, there are a number of retailers where customers could get their Apple fix. Most people visit their local Apple Store as the majority of consumers enjoy the experience they receive at the Apple-owned
In a move that could have very well been avoided had Apple originally integrated a Micro USB port into its iOS devices starting first with the introduction of the iPhone 5 back in September, the Cupertino-based technology giant has added a new adapter to its wide inventory. As hinted above, the adapter sports a Lightning port on one side and a Micro USB port on the other to allow support for any accessories with a Micro USB connection.
Apple's new iPhone 5 launches this Friday, but the first unboxing of the device has already gone public thanks to Boy Genius Reports and its reader source.
The introduction of the new iPhone 5 dock, dubbed Lightning, understandably caused a widespread panic among the public. The issue: whether the iPhone 5 would be able to be used with older accessories engineered to work with the now ancient 30-pin dock connector. Fortunately, Apple will also begin to offer a $30 solution in the form of an adapter for those concerned. Although meant to rectify the aforementioned issue, the adapter won't, in fact, work with many older accessories.
Many developers are offering special deals this holiday season and more are coming in every day. The first on our list is Favit [App Store], which is currently on sale for $0.99. Favit allows you to see some of the most highly fav'd tweets from the Twitter tracking site, Favstar.fm.
Next is 2XL ATV Offroad [App Store], which is also going for $0.99; down from $7.99. It's a sweet-looking ATV racing game that's definitely worth getting at the sale price.
Darkroom Premium [App Store], is an awesome iPhone photography app and it's free right now. It has a mode that only takes a photo when your hand is the steadiest, but it also gives you a timer, a grid guide, and autosave.