In iOS 5, Apple introduced something they dare to call multi-tasking. Unfortunately, they stripped the end user of the right to choose which application will and will not work in the background. And all this backgrounding is gone as soon as you lock your device. Don’t bother, just another stupid Apple limitation.
If you hate iTunes, don’t use it. Unfortunately, USB file transfer requires some iTunes components, but you could save a lot of system resources.
The stupid iSilo (for iOS) FAQ recommend to use the web-server file upload feature only or use that ungodly iTunes.
iOS Notes is a nifty application to take fast notes. However, it is a real pain when it comes to exporting those notes to your computer. The app has only two options – to print and to e-mail the notes, which means you got to have either printer or email configured on the device. Alternatively, …
If you like to keep gadgets mint as long as possible, this silicone cover should help protect your New iPad.
Detailed instructions on sticking a film shield onto your tablet or smartphone screen.
Apple users orientation is a subject of constant speculation.
Apple is terrorizing its customers with forced upon limitations. One of them is that given iOS devices fully support both flash card slots and USB host, none of the iPads or iPhones feature an on-board USB or SD slot.
The annoying light coming out of your audio jack or separate connector is optical TOSlink audio.
If you’re using iMovie to edit video on your iPad or iPhone, it is not exactly clear how to render the project.