You are here! The newest version of our app uses Apple’s indoor positioning. It’s never been easier toexplore the Aquarium—or to share the experience with your friends and family. Our free app for iPhone and iPod touch now includes aninteractive map that highlights our exhibits, animals and amenities. Show More Summary
Back in the days when we all rocked iPods, its singular use as a music player allowed for users to focus on getting the most from their portable music player. Now that the iPhone has effectively replaced the iPod, managing music can often take a backseat to the infinite functionality of our phones. Show More Summary
In 2001, Apple Computer revolutionized the tech gadget and music industry with the invention of the iPod. All of the sudden, a … The post Is Stone Brewing Co. Cannibalizing Their Portfolio? appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Here's another helping of great unheard, unheralded and downright unbelievable music from the Devil's lair to your Ipod.. Soviet X-Ray Record Club - Good Things (I Only Think Of) Girl Sweat - Glass Fraulein Fidlar - Awkward Pop-Op - Bad Girl Paraphernalia Pop-Op - Clover Nave89 - Sick and Tired
Your introduction to panel-action RPGs. The post Appidemic: Road to Dragons for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch appeared first on AppleTell.
Tony Fadell is known as something of a design guru in Silicon Valley. He led the launch of Apple's first iPod and founded the smart thermostat company, Nest, that Google bought for $3.2 billion last year. Most recently, he was tapped to oversee the second generation of the severely design-challenged wearable Google Glass. Show More Summary
Apple enters new product categories with purpose, often opting to forego the title of "first" for a chance to be deemed "the best" instead. That was the case with the iPod in 2001, the iPhone in 2007, the iPad in 2009, and it could turn out to be true for the Apple Watch in 2015. Show More Summary
The pricing structure of the Apple Watch has been subject to a lot of debate over the past few days. And with good reason, the pricing matrix Apple chose for its new wearable is without question the most complex we’ve seen from the Cupertino-based company to date. Show More Summary
With every iPhone, iPad and iPod comes a set of densely worded documents informing you that by using these gadgets you're giving up a ton of highly sensitive information. It's perfectly legal for Apple to gobble up all this personal data because you've basically said it's allowed to do so. Show More Summary
Rescue the princess from the king's crusty advisors. The post Appidemic: Kingdom Tales 2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch appeared first on AppleTell.
As the FBI implores good New Yorkers to report any murderous ISIS terrorists they see roaming the streets of Brooklyn, and as Twitter-savvy jihadists look set to dethrone American icon Mark Zuckerberg by launching their own version of Facebook, it’s nice to know that at least someone is looking out for the safety of US citizens. Show More Summary
For one thing, it helps fight against habituation. And that's no small feat. Habituation is the idea that the more we experience something, the more we get used to its quirks and inconveniences, and the less we question it. One example of this: having stickers on fruits that we must peel off before eating. Show More Summary
This week, B&H Photo Video's Midtown Manhattan superstore became the first of its kind to have an Apple-sanctioned store-within-a-store, showcasing the electronics maker's full lineup of Macs, iPads, iPods, Beats and accessories in Apple's familiar retail style.
Do you remember the first time you saw one of these cool iPod & iTunes commercials? Surely you were impressed with the motion, the cool white earbuds and silhouetted dancers, and the hip soundtrack pulsing out from your TV. It … Read more ›
Every time Apple gets ready to dabble in a new product category, we hear the same stuff: It's going to flop. It's going to fail. Why would anyone need this? That was the story with the iPod, iPhone, and iPad, three products that went on to be very successful. Show More Summary
Apple now says that 77% of active iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches are now running some version of iOS 8. The remainder of active devices running older software than what was released last September include one out of five devices still running iOS 7, and a small 3% running iOS 6 or earlier. The data […]
Doug Menuez, photographer and author of Fearless Genius, explains how Steve Jobs was early with the Mac, but built something off an existing foundation to create the iPod and iPhone.
A story, because stories are fun: I had hiked the first 700 miles of the trail with my 160 GB IPod classic. Then one day I slept on it and in my unconscious recklessness I turned and reset it, deleting all my songs until I could reconnect it with my computer and sync it again.......
Is the iPod Touch gone for good? For years, there have been rumors of a 6th Generation iPod Touch, but the device was a no-show last September when the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were announced, and it wasn't mentioned at last Monday's Apple Spring Forward Event.
AUSTIN, TX: I am writing this on an iPad. My writing music plays into my head courtesy of an iPod Classic, one of the last of the big, 160GB jobbers. A few minutes ago, the iPhone in my pocket buzzed. It’s my wife sending me a video of our baby daughter back home, shot on her matching iPhone. Show More Summary