Apple has just released a major update to it’s iOS software. We’ve been using iOS5 since June, let’s talk iOS!
At first, you wouldn’t think much has changed in iOS5. But there are a lot of under the hood goodies that make it worthwhile. Let’s get to some of the more important changes.
European iOS devices have a volume limit applied. The volume cap lowers it’s headphone-out volume from 100db signal strength to 83db. This is proposed by the European commission to protect our ears from going deaf. I think that, if you don’t want to damage your ears, you just turn your volume down with [...]
You might have been an iPhone user for a long time by now, what never changed on the iPhone are the user interface sounds.
For example, let’s take the default shutter sound, that sound you hear when you take a picture it sounds quite digital doesn’t it?
I was so fed up with [...]
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