All posts filed under ‘iOS

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Einige der populärsten iOS Apps wurden bis heute nicht für iPhone 6 und iPhone 6 Plus optimiert, darunter WeatherPro, XING, LinkedIn und Spotify (Update kam heute). Es ist mir absolut unverständlich, wie unwichtig dem Management dieser Firmen ihre Kunden sind. Es kann nur an absolutem Desinteresse der Entwickler bzw. der Verantwortlichen liegen, denn der Aufwand […]

The Ultimate Guide to Solving iOS Battery Drain

Scotty Loveless has written the single best post on iOS battery drain: “iOS 7 made it super fun to close your apps: all you have to do is double-click the home button and swipe up on the app preview to blast it into a digital black hole. What most people tell you is that closing […]

FaceTime über das Mobilfunknetz

Mit iOS 6, das in den kommenden Wochen relativ zeitgleich mit dem neuen iPhone erscheinen wird, ließe Apple den User auch über das Mobilfunknetz über FaceTime telefonieren. Der Konjunktiv muss sein, da die Mobilfunkbetreiber das zu verhindern wissen. Alle Provider haben als gemeinsames Ziel haben, maximal Geld zu machen. Seit iMessage und WhatsApp wird praktisch […]

iOS 6

It’s easy to be disappointed by the upcoming iOS version. There’s no massive new feature like the notification center which has been introduced in iOS 5. Yes, there may be a new Maps app, but it may well be that in the early stages it’ll be inferior to the current Maps application with map material […]

The definite iOS wallpaper overview

As there are hundreds of thousands of wallpaper resources for your iPhone/iPad, but not a single one featuring the really good ones, I thought I put together a continuous post of the most awesome walls around.

#1 rule of Instagram

If you don’t want to ruin Instagram, please follow this simple rule: DO NOT pick a photo off the internet, your computer, DSLR or whatever device, then transfer it to your smartphone, then apply a filter and post it. Extra douche points awarded for Tumblr pictures which appear on Instagram. Oh and no, applying filters […]

Reviews of the new iPad (2012)

Joshua Topolsky, The Verge: Yes, this display is outrageous. It’s stunning. It’s incredible. I’m not being hyperbolic or exaggerative when I say it is easily the most beautiful computer display I have ever looked at. John Gruber, daringfireball.net: If you’re familiar with the experience of switching from the old iPhone display to the 4/4S retina […]