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Freebie PSD: iOS 8 Podcast Player iPhone App UI

Mobile smartphone audio players have taken the role of traditional iPods. Nowadays there are so many streaming services that app developers can barely keep up with everything. But whether you’re designing a custom audio player or a popular startup application, digital interface design is a crucial step in the process. Show More Summary

Apple iOS 8.4.1 Release Date – Top Improvements and Bug Fixes

Apple’s iPhones, iPads and iPods will be upgraded to iOS 8.4.1, although the release date of this version is unknown yet. Currently, the users are running iOS 8.4, after the update was launched in June, and which brought the Music platform and many bug fixes and improvements to iBooks. Show More Summary

How would you change iTunes?

iTunes has an impossible job. What started as a music player has grown into stores for entertainment and apps, into a sync solution for iPods, iPhones, and iPads, and now into full blown subscription streaming service as well. That means iTunes has to handle everything media and device management not only on the Mac but ported to Windows as well. Show More Summary

Apple Loop: Secret iPhone Test, iPhone 6S Pictures Leak, Radical iTunes Fix

This week’s Apple Loop includes the question of the iPod Touch and the iPhone 6C, the leaked front screen of the iPhone 6S, a comparison of pocket-to-picture camera times, Apple's solution to one writer's Apple Music issues, T-Mobile's...Show More Summary

Video Briefly: Kids Vs iPod, Amazing Slow-Mo, YouTube Haters

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch Flight Facilities read their own YouTube comments, modern kids have no idea how iPods work, the best slow-motion photography you will see today. More »      

Worms WMD announced for PC and Xbox One in 2016

Not one but two new Worms titles are on the horizon. Or is that one new Worms game that's been cut in half? Worms WMD arrives for PC and Xbox One in 2016, while Worms 4 wriggles onto iPhone, iPod and iPad in August. Both games are 2D and keep the graphical style familiar from other recent Worms installments. Read more…

WSJ: How Google wants to fix its broken Glass

Google has admitted its beta Glass launch was a mistake, but that doesn’t mean the company is giving up on the project. Google has stopped selling Explorer versions earlier this year, putting former Apple iPod creator and Nest founder Tony Fadell in charge of the project. Show More Summary

PSA: Here’s how to keep Apple’s Lightning cables working with your iPad, iPhone + iPod

Less than two years after they each went into service, only one of the three Lightning cables pictured above is actually working properly. It’s not the big Belkin cable on the left, which is visibly pretty wrecked, or the thick, no-name 6-foot cable on the right, which looks fine on the surface but can’t properly supply […]

Apple releases iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 to registered developers

Apple has released an updated build of iOS 8.4.1 for registered developers to test on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 features build number 12H318 and comes just over two weeks after the initial beta version. While the initial beta of iOS 8.4.1 didn’t feature any noticeable changes, the X.X.1 label suggests […]

Is The New iPod Touch An iPhone Without A Phone?

The new iPod Touch came out this month, and critics are raving about its capabilities. Gizmag believes it is a top-notch product. “The new iPod touch is a more attractive product than you might expect. It doesn’t get any lighter or thinner...Show More Summary

How to delete all locally-stored music from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

Want to save some space and get rid of all the tracks stored on your iOS device? Here's how. Especially in these Apple Music days, it's easy to amass a sizeable offline music collection on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch—and a sizeable storage deficit along with it. Show More Summary

Kids React to the First iPod

These videos are always funny, and always make me feel old. Very old. But this one also seems to suggest that a hunch I’ve had for the last few years is going to prove true: that the word phone — just plain un-prefixed, unmodified “phone” — is evolving to mean “a pocket-sized touch screen computer with a cellular network connection”. Show More Summary

Kids Don't Know How To Use An iPod, You Are Old And Will Die Soon

Video: The first iPod came out in 2001. A 10-year old child came out in 2005. So is it any wonder that kids these days don’t know how to work the best music player ever? More »      

Apple Music hits 10M subscribers in four weeks, report says

A day shy of its one-month anniversary, Apple Music has reeled in more than 10 million subscribers on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and iTunes, a report said Monday.

This Small iPhone Charger Offers Up To 128GB Of Additional Storage

VideoPhotoFast has recently announced the MemoriesCable — which serves as a charger and an expandable storage device for your iPhone, iPad and iPod. On one end is a Lightning cable for connecting your iOS device and on the other end is a USB 3.0 plug that goes into a power source such as an adapter, [...]

Today’s Kids Have No Idea How The First iPod Worked

It’s easy to forget that technology changes quickly when you follow this industry. When the first iPod was released in 2001, it was a much different world. Components weren’t powerful enough to create smartphones and tablets. Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and Spotify didn’t exist. Microsoft had just released the original Xbox and Windows XP. Read More

Apple Should Update iPods and Think Beyond Music

Apple’s popularity is partly credited to its association with music. The iPod is the dedicated music player for Apple. Since 2006, this device had been very popular among Apple users; however, the last time the iPod received an update was back in 2012, which leaves the need for an update a top priority for Cupertino. Show More Summary

Three accessories to keep Earpods in your ears when you're working out

Having trouble with EarPods falling out when you work out? Try these accessories. The EarPods that come with the iPhone, iPod touch and other iPods sound great but don't fit everyone the same. And why should they? Everyone's ears are different. Show More Summary

iPod creator Tony Fadell thinks he can save Google Glass

Though Google Glass debuted with a tremendous amount of hype, the futuristic wearable quickly became the butt of a long-running joke about tech products that no one really wants or needs. Having used Google Glass myself a few times, I can personally attest that the device, while housing incredibly advanced technology, seemed fundamentally pointless. Show More Summary

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