Everyone whose technology driven has heard of Steve Jobs, now it’s time to know and get an understanding of who he was. This is a great documentary done on the Billionaire Inventor of Apple. To me, Steve Jobs epitomizes in some way, what it means to become who you were destined to be. His destiny, changed the world in which we live. What will your destiny do?
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Yesterday Apple launched iTunes Match, which basically allows you to store your music that was not bought on iTunes. Check out detail explananation here. Read the rest of this entry »
Okay so I have to buy Siri just to be surprised by what it may say in response to my command. According to consumers of the new iPhone 4S, you never know what it will say. Check out some responses Siri gives to commands. Read the rest of this entry »
Well today Apple released the IOS 5 update for Iphone 4,3GS,Ipad,Ipad2, and if you are like me, you want a fast,reliable, and smooth download. Well knowing that over 5million people are hoping for the same thing, here are a few helpful links. Read the rest of this entry »
Apple has released the new version of Itunes 10.5, gearing up for it’s new IOS 5 release, 10/12. I’m glad they actually released the Itunes update first, so hopefully the servers will not crash while I’m attempting to get the new software update. The IOS 5 boast over 200 new updates, and I can’t wait. I want to see how I love the update before I order my Iphone 4S. Go now and get it!
Every iPhone includes an update iTunes, but this may be the last time iPhone users need the media-playing computer software.
One of the things that iTunes 10.5 brings is the iOS 5 update for iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches, which will do away with the need to tether your mobile device to a computer to sync it. The new release also enables Wi-Fi syncing between the Apple mobile devices and iTunes on a PC or Mac.
In addition, the update adds some iCloud features, including iTunes Match, which will synchronize music on a user’s computer with iCloud storage, even for songs not purchased via the iTunes store. Once the music is up in your iCloud, you’ll be able to download it to any Apple device onto which you’ve logged in. The $24.99-a-year service isn’t available today despite the new iTunes release, but will go live tomorrow, October 12, according to a previous Apple press release.