WWDC promises, iPhone can make some solace in the fact that the updates have already begun. At least a portion of the new functionality is now available by opening up the Purchased tab in iOS 4s App Store, revealing the history of apps that have been downloaded with your account, includes those are not currently in your device. These are not presently installed feature a cloud icon, makes it possible to re-download them to the device.
Kingston Digital has now launched a wireless storage device called Wi Drive for iPod Touch, iPad, and iPhone 3G/3GS/4. There is a USB port to make it compatible with other non-Mac PCs. It comes in two storage capabilities 16GB and 32GB bundled with mini USB to USB cable. It got special app for Wi Drive acts as an interface. The Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with WPA/WEP network security supports various media formats like ACC, MP3, MOV, MP4 and more for both audio and video and there is JPG, PDF and many other formats for images and document files as well. There is still no word on pricing yet.
The Apple is now working on the new patent. It intends to bail the recording industry out of the illegal photography and video recording of concerts by the general public. The devices iPhones, iPod Touch, and iPad 2 will include invisible infrared sensors integrated into iOS devices with built in camera. Its functioning on the sensors on one mobile device will be used to look another signal which would instruct the user if it good to click the image, or record video of the concert. If it is illegal the camera will be automatically disabled.
While searching for the updates in iTunes, MacRumors reader stumbled that, it eludes an Automatic Download feature that allows for wireless syncing. Apple also went out and said that if your device has Automatic Download enabled for apps makes us wonder what else we will soon be able to update over the air. The Apple has since pulled the tattletale page in iTunes, but MacRumors grabbed a screenshot while it was still live.
Apple itself has confirmed the name; the Apple Insider has snapped some early pictures at Moscone Center that reveal the iCloud logo / icon. Its a Cloud. Hit on the source link to look at more images
The iPad dock is made by Quabis Reed Ghazala, a very particular old screwball who is been blurring the lines between circuitry, music and art since the Summer of Love. His latest invention is all about getting pro-grade sound connections in and out of an iPad 2. It include a Macally aluminium iPad stand and a 30-pin PodBreakout board. Dont forget to look at the video
This has been available on iPad since it has been launched, and now Apple finally brought its iWork of productivity apps to the iPhone and iPod Touch. It includes Keynote, Pages, and Numbers; they are now the Universal apps that run the same $9.99 as their iPad predecessors. The current users can upgrade for free. For more details read the press release
Opera released the version 6.0 of its Mini Mobile Browser, which has support for all iOS devices, including iPad, and iPad2, and a specific shortcut for iPhone 4 retina display. The design of the web browser is freshened up with a new look and feel; the social networking function let you blast URLs into Twitter and Facebook directly from the app. It includes the ability to load tabs in background and improves support for non-Latin alphabets like Arabic and Chinese. For more details read the press release, dont forget to look at the video. Hit on the source link for your free download of Opera Mini 6.0.
In MeeGo Conference San Francisco, the newly noted device is i-Buddie Oak Trail Tablet. Its a 10-inch tablet made by i-Buddie and built on Intels recent Oak Trail architecture. It is running MeeGo, but we cannot able to connect it with internet missing one is Wi-Fi drivers, according to Intel Rep told us to snatch the tablet from our eager paws.
i3D is a new app can create glasses-free 3D display on iDevices, using a technology called HCP (Head Coupled Perspective). Developed from Engineering Human-Computer Interaction (ECHI) Research Group, HCP uses front facing camera to track movements of users head, allows the app to adjust the display. The result is a monocular 3D screen that creates the illusion of looking into a box. i3D is now available for free in iTunes Store and runs on iPad2, iPhone4 and fourth generation iPod Touch. Dont forget to our video comparison of both iOS and Ice Cream Sandwich 3D generators.
Verizon iPhone users are looking for Mophie battery boost had some options lugging around PowerStation plug-in, setting for measly 1500mAh battery, slipping into Juice Pack Plus. Now Mophie Juice Pack Plus announces its own 2000mAh battery and its compatible with both carriers, giving users up to eight more hours of 3G talk time and few extra millimeters of thickness for around $100. The charging case is available on many colors black, cyan, magenta, yellow, and a limited edition purple. For more details read the press release
A facial recognition unlock tool RecognizeMe uses the front facing camera in your iPhone4 and iPad2 to unlock the user of the phone.