Luca Todesco, better known around iOS hacking circles as qwertyoruiop, has released a video showcasing an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak. The jailbreak, which is performed on a sixth-generation iPod touch, is performed in a style that’s similar...Show More Summary
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Tony Fadell is a pretty big name in the tech world. He's the current CEO of Google-owned Nest, which makes "smart" thermostats and smoke detectors, and he was also a key player at Apple, having helped design the iPod and iPhone. Fadell's...Show More Summary
iPhone games have come a long way in the last decade. A few of us probably even remember the hilariously simple games from the first generation iPods. And then the iPod Touch came along and there was that game where you had to knock the ball into the center circle. Show More Summary
Back in the days before RunKeeper and GPS watches, my jogs were a beautifully simple thing: I strapped on an iPod Shuffle loaded with a strong mix of Britney and Eminem, and vanished into my own little world for an hour. A couple years later, I transitioned to Spotify and never really looked back. Show More Summary
Remember that big announcement Pebble teased? Well, turns out their hype was well-warranted as they've doled out not one, not two, and not even three new products -- we have 4 new goods on tap.
One of Pebble's big goals for 2016 was to focus its efforts on health and fitness. It updated its Health app to provide more meaningful stats and, just today, it announced two new smartwatches with built-in heart rate monitors. But that wasn't quite enough. Show More Summary
Apple has released a new iOs 9.3.3 Developer Beta 1 for developer testing on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The update weighs in around 1.4GB and is available over-the-air for devices registered to test pre-release versions of iOS. more… Filed under: Developers, iOS Tagged: iOS 9.3.3
It feels like it’s 2001. A ton of companies had released a ton of MP3 players, and they all sucked. The iPod was just months away. But it’s 2016, and instead we’re drowning in smarthome gadgets, most recently the voice-powered Amazon Echo and whatever Google Home is. More »
While ridiculed by many as a flop and often misunderstood as a product, Apple Watch has very successfully worked to turn around the fortunes of Apple's Other Products segment, essentially becoming the modern iPod for the next decade. Here's how.
It feels like it’s 2001. Tons of companies had released tons of MP3 players, and they all sucked. The iPod was just months away. Read more...
There may be a lot of sweet jams on the radio this Summer, but the early '00s will always be near and dear to our hearts. Who could forget Christina Aguilera's epic Back to Basics era and Nick Lachey's solo career? While music has certainly changed a lot since then, some things are actually quite the same. Show More Summary
The technology I travel with has changed quite a bit since I first started out on an endless journey with an iPod, random point-and-shoot camera, and little else. You can learn to take better travel photos with any camera, but certain...Show More Summary
Remember Pono, Neil Young’s high-resolution audio player? It was that super-expensive iPod that promised high-fidelity sound with software only a real Neil Young fan could appreciate. But now, in an ironic twist, the first track off of Young’s latest album, EARTH, isn’t available on Pono. Show More Summary
Apple just released iOS 9.3.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The update weighs in at around 80 MB, although there are seemingly no new features. The update, as indicated by the version number, includes various bug fixes and security enhancements for iOS. Show More Summary
Apple today made iOS 9.3.2 available to iPhones, iPads, and iPods. The update mainly addresses bugs. For example, it resolves an issue that impacted Bluetooth audio quality on the iPhone SE. It also fixes a problem that prevented people from searching through the dictionary. Show More Summary
The market for old electronics products is a bit bizarre. While a brand new iMac might set you back about $1,200, trying to get your hands on an original Apple I might set you back as much as $365,000. Much like the market for cars, the most expensive consumer electronics products tend to be either brand new or dreadfully old. Show More Summary
If the proliferation of Mean Girls (released in 2004) memes on the Internet hasn’t convinced you that the nostalgia cycle is faster than ever, consider that early iPods and Apple promotional materials are now being marketed as classic collectors items—with Ebay values rivaling more traditional memorabilia from far earlier decades. Read more...
The discontinuation of the iPod Classic back in 2014 gave prices of used models a boost in the following holiday season, some models selling for up to four times the original price. A Guardian report says that collectors are now paying...Show More Summary