As most of you know, Apple and Blu-ray aren’t good friends. Mac’s don’t come with Blu-ray players and don’t offer any playback and support what so ever for Blu-ray discs. Nevertheless you can rip Blu-rays on your Mac, and to be honest, it’s not that hard to do.
— If you want to rip the [...]
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 [...]
A (jailbroken) iPad 1G, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th generation can apparently have display mirroring, just like your fancy new second generation iPad 2.
As seen on YouTube.
You need to be on iOS 4.3.1 or 4.3.2 and jailbroken.
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