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Pay close attention to this video, people. Not because it's Steve Jobs, but because it's some of the best advice you will ever receive: Steve Jobs giving you his vision of life and how you can make a difference.
All hell broke loose yesterday when it was discovered that a lot Android and BlackBerry phones (in the US, at least) are recording every keystroke you make. References to the same software have been discovered in Apple's iOS. It's gimped, but it's there.
What's the deal with Siri and abortion? Well, Apple told the NY Times that Siri, the iPhone 4S' personal assistant extraordinaire, isn't against abortion; doesn't have a pro life bias and isn't part of some sort of conspiracy. Instead, Apple blamed the odd omissions on Siri being a beta product.
The iPad may be a modern technological marvel, but I don't think its design comes close to the simple wood-chasis beauty of the old-school Apple I. Now I've got the best of both worlds: iPad power and Apple I aesthetics with the iStation.
The Advertising Standards Agency has rapped John Lewis on the knuckles for using 'free' to describe something that's included in the price of an item. The complaint was levelled by Dixons, but upheld by the ASA.
Apple iPhone 4S' Siri can find you hookers in your neighbourhood. Siri can find you Viagra. Siri can find you a local surgeon to give you breast implants. But apparently it can't find abortion clinics.
In a rather unexpected about-face, Rolling Stone's parent company, Wenner Media, has announced that the iconic music magazine will soon be available on the iPad. But first, it's porting The Beatles: The Ultimate Album-by-Album Guide to Apple's tablet — like this week.
The iPhone 4S is old news, so how about some new iPhone 5 rumours to chew through, or hunch over in pain at, depending on your love for Apple rumours. The iPhone 5,1 and Apple TV J33 have been exposed by beta firmware.
iOS 5.1 beta has just been released to the Apple developer community. Not particularly exciting, no—at least not until 9 to 5 Mac stumbled upon a line of code referencing the "iPad 2,4". Is this a reference to the highly anticipated iPad 3? Not likely. Does it refer to US carrier Sprint's upcoming iPad service? Hmm, could be. [9to5Mac]
This iPhone 4 started to glow red and smolder with dense fumes in the middle of a flight to Sydney, Australia. Fortunately, a flight attendant stopped it from exploding violently, something that has happened before with other gadgets.
The rather "specialist" Japanese snapper who calls himself Photographer HAL is launching a risque (for Apple) app alongside his next book, giving iPad users a chance to enjoy some very odd shrinkwrapped soft porn.
According to supposed-moles mining in Apple's Asian supply chain, Apple has signed up both Hitachi and Sony to create 4-inch iPhone LCD screens, which will apparently become available next year. Will the larger-iPhone rumour ever die?