Verizon this week launched a new iPhone application for its subscribers that gives access to the carrier’s cloud-based syncing and backup service.
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When Senior User “chasg” was unable to connect Bluetooth devices to their iPad mini after they updated to iOS 6.1.3, they turned to the forums for some help. Earlier this week Grizzled Vetran “jeff k” started a thread after noticing that sometimes posts don’t “snap into place” when using calendar, and couldn’t quite figure out what that was all about….
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Forums: Bluetooth problems on iPad after iOS update and more
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Right now at Apple’s online store save on refurbished iMac models starting as low as $1,099 for the refurbished 21.5-inch iMac with a 2.7GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. The 21.5-inch iMac with a 2.9GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive has been reduced by $230 to $1,269….
Apple deals: refurbished iMacs from $1,099
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Currently WalMart.com has the refurbished 7th generation 16GB iPod nano for only $89.99 with $3.97 for shipping. That’s $50 less than the MSRP, and $35 less than the lowest price we’ve seen on this iPod anywhere else. Sales tax applies for residents of most states. The iPod nano features 16GB of storage space, 2.5-inch Multi-Touch display, Bluetooth, built-in Nike+ support, and built-in battery that provides up to 30 hours of music playback….
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DealNN: refurbished iPod nano, only $90
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Continuing with a nearly voiceless and poetic new campaign, Apple’s latest TV ad for the iPhone is called “Music Every Day” and carries on the theme begun in the previous “Photos Every Day” ad, touting a major feature of the iPhone that is not unique to it, but more widely used on the platform than on any of its rivals with visually beautiful montages anchored to a single, simple piece of music….
Apple releases new iPhone ad touting music
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The ever sharp tech analyst has four incisive questions for the Apple CEO ahead of Cook’s appearance at next week’s D11 conference. (asymco.com)
Horace Dediu’s four questions for Tim Cook
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Users of Apple’s Passbook feature for iOS have a new option for getting tickets, coupons, and more delivered to their devices, as Skycore has launched support for cross-carrier delivery of Passbook passes by MMS.
New service delivers passes for Apple’s Passbook via text message
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In an unusual pre-trial “tentative view,” the judge in charge of the Apple versus the Department of Justice trial over alleged e-book price-fixing said that the DOJ would likely be able to prove that Apple colluded with publishers to raise e-book prices, despite not having seen all available evidence. This is not the first time Judge Denise Cote has ruled against Apple ahead of a full examination of the facts….
Judge: Apple probably guilty of e-book price fixing
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Along with the usual bug fixes and performance improvements, the recently updated iTunes 11.0.3 introduces several interface tweaks. For my money, the most welcome addition is one that Apple doesn’t even mention on its “ About iTunes 11.0.3 ” page: a redesigned interface for checking on and downloading updated apps. On the downside, if you’re among the unlucky minority, the new iTunes version may crash on a regular basis. Updating apps gets a welcome makeover Back in 2010, I detailed several problems with how the app update process worked in iTunes — and how it could be improved. The just released iTunes update, at last, addresses almost all of these concerns. The location of the Updates button has moved to a better, more easily accessible, location. Of course, you first have to discover the change. Rather than off by itself at the bottom of the Apps window, Updates is now at the end of the row of buttons at the top of the window. After clicking the Updates button, iTunes 11.0.3 instantly displays a list of whatever updates you have available. In iTunes 10 and earlier, clicking Check for Updates would just tell you if updates were available. If they were, you would be asked if you wanted to view them—requiring that you click a second button. Even after clicking the second button, it still took a few moments before the update list appeared. While prior versions of iTunes 11 somewhat simplified the procedure, iTunes 11.0.3 completes the job. Catching up with the iOS versions of the App Store, the latest Mac version of iTunes now gives you quick access to What’s New in each updated app. Just click on an app’s icon and an expanded view drops down. From here, you get the details of what’s new as well as the app’s version number. You can also select to individually update an app. This is still not as good as how things work on the iPad, where the data and Update buttons are all available without requiring a separate click of each app. But it’s much better overall than how this was handled in older Mac versions of iTunes. The new iTunes app update listings no longer indicates the size of each app, but most people won’t miss this. With iTunes 11.0.3, Mac users can finally easily check what’s new in each app update. The Updates listings are now part of the Apps section of your iTunes Library. In prior versions of iTunes, selecting to view updates transferred you from Apps and whisked you away to the iTunes Store. I’m sure this contributed to the slower response times. It also was a source of irritation if you needed to toggle back and forth between the two locations while dealing with updates. iTunes crashes for some After updating to the latest version of iTunes, a subset of users report having repeated crashes, “ on an almost daily basis ,” as often as “ every five minutes .” Downgrading back to 11.0.2 appears to eliminate the crashes, but Apple does not make this easy to accomplish . Unfortunately, if you are a victim of this bug, there does not seem to be a better consensus work-around. Presumably, Apple will quash the bug in the next iTunes update. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Bugs & Fixes: iTunes 11.0.3 update improves app updating
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Digg will not be releasing a separate app for its Google Reader replacement, instead rolling it into the existing Digg app for iOS. Development of the Digg Reader, which would offer much of Google Reader’s functionality along with an API, has also shifted onto production servers, and is said to be close to its goal of launching by the end of June….
Digg Google Reader clone to be part of existing Digg iOS app
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