iPad 3 and the End of Buttons

Jan 13, 11 iPad 3 and the End of Buttons

Posted by in Futurism

Someday, the iPad and iPhone will shed even their Home button. At least, that’s the thought behind some new features discovered in the new iOS beta. Version 4.3, which was released to developers earlier today, has several new gestures in place. They enable navigation without ever touching the Home button, letting you...

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How to Permanently Fix a Super-Slow iPhone Backup

Nov 19, 10 How to Permanently Fix a Super-Slow iPhone Backup

Posted by in iPhone

Ever wonder why on earth it takes iTunes so long to backup your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch? “What the hell is it even doing?” you wonder. “I haven’t added any new info in weeks.” Even worse, if you decide you can’t waste the hour-or-two (sometimes more) that it might take, you miss out on...

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How to Blog on iPad effectively – advice from the trenches

Sep 10, 10 How to Blog on iPad effectively – advice from the trenches

Posted by in Online

Ever since I first saw the iPad, I thought it would be the perfect blogging companion. Imagine having a full-service mobile workstation that lasts for days on a charge, weigh under two pounds WITH a keyboard, and have all the polish and possibility of an “iPhone for two hands”. A mere five years ago this kind of power...

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Why Twitter Just Rewrote the Rules

Sep 04, 10 Why Twitter Just Rewrote the Rules

Posted by in Online, Reviews

  Twitter just dropped a bomb. After months of waiting, they’ve quietly released their iPad app, featuring the most brilliant and radical new interface design in years. It single-handedly changes the course of information design for a touchscreen– maybe forever. And it may be the most innovative touch-based...

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Why iPhone/iPad Apps Show Us The Future

Aug 18, 10 Why iPhone/iPad Apps Show Us The Future

Posted by in Futurism, iPhone

Why do we here at Appculture focus only on iPhone/iPad apps? Why do we ignore the millions of Android and Blackberry users out there? Because iPhone apps are better. I mean it. There are five simple reasons why I believe iOS apps, and the App Store, matter more to the long-term progress of mobile software.   1. Phone apps...

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