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Apple’s New VP Destroyed A Lot Of iPhones Back In 2009

03/20/2013, Adobe’s ex-CTO Kevin Lynch announced his resignation yesterday to join the ranks of Apple, which is kind of awkward considering the following clip he was featured in a spoof of Discover Channel’s, Mythbusters. The “Mythhackers”...

iOS 6.1.3 Released To Fix Passcode Security Vulnerability

03/19/2013, An exploit allowing anyone to easily bypass the passcode lock on an iOS device running iOS 6.1 was discovered last month, with Apple promising to fix it in an upcoming iOS release.  The iOS 6.1.3 beta introduced a fix for the passcode security exploit,...

Cheap iPhone Concept Features 4-Inch Display, Multiple Colors

03/19/2013, Apple’s budget iPhone has been rumored for several months now, the latest of which suggest the device would have a 4-inch display like the iPhone 5, and possibly come in a number of colors. The latter rumor sparked Dutch website iPhoneclub to...

Flickr Rolls Out Hashtag Support For iOS App

03/18/2013, Ever since Instagram had a falling out with its users 3 months ago, Flickr has been trying its absolute best to acquire those users, first by updating its iOS application to give it a more Instagram-like feel, then by giving away 3 months of premium...

Apple To Diversify Manufacturers For Low-Cost iPhone

03/13/2013, For the Apple fans out there, we’re sure that many of you guys know that Foxconn is the company that helps with the manufacturing process of Apple’s iPhone. However if the rumored low-cost iPhone is true, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple will...

Atari 2600 Unit Transformed Into iPhone Speaker Dock

03/11/2013, We’re not sure how many of you guys grew up with an Atari gaming system, but if you have then perhaps this Atari iPhone speaker dock might be able to rekindle some fond memories. As its name implies, this is a speaker dock made using an Atari 2600 unit....

Google Field Trip Helps iOS Users Learn More About Their World

03/08/2013, It’s undeniable Google has been making an absolute killing with its suite of iOS apps. Google’s Maps, Search, Gmail and YouTube apps are probably all considered must-have applications if you’re an iOS user and it looks like their once...

iPhone Breathalyzer Calls You A Cab If You’re Too Drive To Drunk

03/08/2013, We’ve come across our fair share of items that help notify people just how drunk they are, but one thing we never thought would become an actual product would be a breathalyzer accessory for the iPhone. But here we are, in 2013, and something like...