This should come as no surprise that those that have carefully peered through the fifth-generation iPod touch's specification sheet, although it still does decidedly come as an over-the-shoulder shock and a reminder of just how different Apple's iOS devices are for buyers that are looking for a full iPhone 5 replacement. Benchmarks for the newest iPod touch reveal just how much it contrasts with the iPhone 5, retaining a spot as its cheaper alternative.
This actually does come as a surprise since iPhone 5 was largely reported, even by Apple, to have the same 8-megapixel camera on its rear as the 4S sports. There were some improvements noted, like a dynamic f-stop feature for better low-light performance and a sapphire lens cover added for increased durability, but that was where Apple's improvement list ended. Test results are in, and they are quite impressive for the one area of iPhone 5 that was not boasted about to be a major change.
Though it's only been out for a few days, Evi has already risen to the top of the App Store charts but for some reason only has one and a half stars. Puzzling for an application that promises to function in ways that somewhat resemble Apple's creation currently in beta called Siri. Today we're going to take the two technologies through a variety of tests to see which is faster, more reliable, has a better interface and which of the two is ultimately the friendliest!
The gaming giant, PopCap Games is said to be being acquired for over $1 billion by TechCrunch’s sources. PopCap Games are the geniuses behind the classics, Plants vs. Zombies (iPhone), Bejeweled (iPhone), Peggle (iPhone) and more. The even bigger giant, who is making the purchase, is not known for sure,
We posted about this title multiple times once with the gist of it and again warning you that the game would be on the app store soon after it was resubmitted. Since the time that I saw the trailer I couldn’t get the game out of my mind which is
The game industry on the iPhone and iPod touch has rapidly been getting larger and larger with each day bringing new content to the store. Though there are tons of worthwhile games on the market currently, there are also many to look forward to! Chop Chop Caveman Gamerizon’s first ever
PocketMac, the long-time developers of handy Mac apps, has released RingtoneStudio 2.0 for iPhone. The app is intended to be the "Final Cut" of ringtone creators, adding several robust features to get the sound from your computer to your iPhone, allowing you to create an unlimited number of ringtones, and bypassing Apple's 99 cent charge to convert songs.
Apple added iPhone ringtones to iTunes late last year, but only if you purchased them. After struggling against users for some time, Apple finally started allowing non-DRM'd ringtones in iTunes. This decision spawned quite a few solutions for creating ringtones from songs that you already have. One of the lesser known methods is using iTunes itself. The method is a bit tedious the first time through, but CNET's Bryan Thomas has come to the rescue with this nice step-by-step video.
For those of you who like putting custom ringtones on your iPhones, there is some good news about iTunes 8. Arstechnica reports Ambrosia Software has updated iToner to v1.0.9, adding support for iTunes 8. Of course, it does still cost $15(available here), which would buy you several ringtones in iTunes anyway. If you're not happy with that, then the GarageBand trick still works just as well.
PocketMac has announced the immediate availability of RingtoneStudio for iPhone, their new iPhone ringtone-making software for the Mac. The application lets users create ringtones from most movie and drm-free music files. Using RingtoneStudio for iPhone, you can create and edit ringtones from most movie and drm-free music files, and automatically sync them right to your iPhone. Video after the break.