Category Archives: iPod Touch
Apple’s official iMovie app for iPhone has been updated to version 1.1. The new update requires iOS 4.1 and is compatible with the new iPod touch.
It also adds the ability to split up video clips, automatically loop music for a longer videos and updated Photos browser. There are a few other upgrades to help performance and reliability, and a new tips and indicators to help you use the app.
High Dynamic Range photography is
Along with the desktop version of Ping, you can also utilize Apple’s new social network on your iPhone. It’s actually proven to be my favorite method of using the service.
However, Apple does make it a bit difficult. At this time, you can’t activate a Ping account from your phone — it must be done through iTunes 10.
Otherwise, you’ll get the lovely message as seen in our screenshot gallery. Once you get Ping activated, it integrates nicely with the existing mobile iTunes.
Read on to see Ping in action on the iPhone.
Blogger asymco did a little calculating from last week’s announcement numbers, and has hammered out a rough estimate of just how many of each iDevice are floating around the world today.
According to Steve at last week’s event, there are 120 million iDevices total in the world, and we already knew from SEC filings that 59.6 million of those were iPhones.
The current number of iPads in the hands of customers
The careful readers at Engadget have noticed that Apple cut a few corners (so to speak) on its website documentation for the latest iPod touch.
There’s no ear speaker or phone service on the device, obviously, but nevertheless Apple’s iPod touch display units show that the Phone app is still sitting down there in the lower left corner. Searching in Spotlight, according to another screenshot, will bring up the text messaging app, and there’s one more little mistake (look in the Travel folder to see if you can spot it).
Apple has since
The fact that the Unreal 3 engine now runs seamlessly on