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Sync iPhone to Mac without iTunes using SyncBird app

SyncBird is a new content management app for iOS devices that lets users easily sync music, videos, photos, books and other files, without using iTunes. The benefit of using SyncBird is that it lets you add/remove content to your iOS device from any iTunes library. When using iTunes, you can only sync content with one iTunes library which is a major let down most of …

Planet of the Apps debuts on Apple Music

Planet of the Apps premiered on Apple Music on Tuesday, 7th June. It is a 50 minutes tech-based reality show by Apple as their first venture in video streaming content. Hosted by Zane Lowe, Planet of the Apps showcases the journey of developers pitching their ideas to celebrity judges; Gwyneth Paltrow, Will.i.am, Jessica Alba and entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk. The judges decide which idea is worthy …

New iPhone 5 Name, LTE, iPod Touch, iPod Nano and iTunes All Confirmed Thanks to Apple Website Search

The guys over at 9to5Mac have been on fire recently and have uncovered Apple website’s search as a loophole to uncover the private URLs for new products. So far they’ve uncovered the iPhone 5 name showing in the search results (so it’ll be iPhone 5 after all!), an LTE page for iPhone, new iPod Touch and Nano pages as well as iTunes update. The iTunes …

Apple Pushes out iTunes 10.4.1 Update with Lots of Bug Fixes

Apple released version 10.4.1 of their iTunes software today, bringing a good chunk of bug fixes. The bug fixes include media keys on third party keyboards, adding artwork, purchasing an HD movie, iTunes takes long to resume after sleep, and VoiceOver. iTunes 10.4.1 provides a number of improvements, including: – Fixes a problem where the media keys on some third-party keyboards work inconsistently with iTunes …

Apple Granted Patent for Multi-Touch And MagSafe For iPads

Apple truly transformed the smartphone industry with the iPhone. Virtually any smartphone we look at now has countless ideas stolen from Apple. The most talked one amongst them is Apple’s multi-touch displays. Even during Steve Job’s keynote in 2007, he said “And boy we patented it”. Which shows Apple’s desire to keep this great piece of technology exclusively to them, or at least make money …