Category: iPad 2
Viber is one of the most used applications for messaging and free Viber calls. Viber made some change to the application and now guess what? The app is compatible with iPad after iPhone. The new viber version is 5.4.1 which is a free app to stay connected with your loved ones. The interface of the application enjoys the big screen iPad has. Moreover, Viber app can also be used on desktops and laptops when it comes to the platforms of Windows, Mac application and Linux.
After this update in the app now the users can fully use all the features on their iPads. The iPhone edition by Viber was a famous one and as it is now being a part of iPad, the customers are really going to be satisfied.
Viber App For iPad Users is Available Now:
What can you do with the app? Send instant messages, keep connected by videos calling or simple audio, also the presence of stickers make it easier for you to express and make the conversation interesting. People who have iPhone and iPods can get all the things on the iPad viber app synced to the devices and vice versa. Viber users always get a unique ID linked with the phone number which acts as their identity on the device the app has been installed.
However, only one device at a time can stay active through that particular unique ID. Therefore the user is supposed to deactivate Viber on all the other devices they have. Deactivating Viber is very simple: simply go to Menu then you are required to select settings, after that you will go to the privacy option and there you will deactivate your account. Make sure you keep the activation of Viber services only on one selected device as per your choice.
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While the iPhone has become the de facto the most popular camera in the world, many Android handsets have far better cameras out the front for taking selfies. But that could change soon as code strings point to a future Face-Time camera upgrade delivering video-shooting capabilities in full High Definition 1080 pixels resolution, Slow-Mo video capture at 240 frames per second and more.
Code strings in iOS 9 contain placeholders for other front-facing camera features, including panoramic capture and built-in flash. Many people are looking forward to capture panorama pictures of their face.To better put these features in context, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus face-time cameras are both outfitted with a rather sub-par Face-Time camera for taking selfies with a ƒ-/2.2 aperture and 720 pixels video recording capability.
iOS 9 important Feature will Be Face Time Camera:
When it comes to taking photos, however, these cameras only capture 1.2-megapixel photos in a laughable 1,280-by-960 pixel resolution. Other features of the Face-Time camera on the new iPhones include backside illumination sensor, auto HDR for photos and videos, improved face detection, support for burst mode, manual exposure control and timer mode.
The report said Apple and Sony had entered an agreement to build a new plant for iPhone camera sensors worth 35 billion yen, or about $340 million. In addition, Apple pundit John Gruber learned “from a birdie of a birdie” that Apple is in fact working on the “biggest camera jump ever” for the next iPhone model.
The popularity of selfie apps and dedicated selfie sticks for taking single and group photos while being able to preview the image from the iPhone display certainly warrants attention given to improving the Face-Time camera. Bringing brand new features like front flash and existing features like panorama and slow-mo capture to the Face-Time camera should amount to a compelling upgrade for many iPhone users if the what the code suggests does ship this fall.
Posted in App Reviews, Apple News, iOS, iPad 2, iPad 3 Tagged with: facetime camera, factime iphone, new iphone camera
The ipad have proved to be one of the best travel companion, with both a huge library for apps and games that keep you entertained on the go. the retina display make watching movies on your ipad even more enjoyable. There are two viable options when it comes to transferring movies to your iPad without using Apple’s iTunes, and the first is to use cloud storage. Using cloud storage is the simplest way to transfer movies to your iPad, but it may also be the longest way especially for larger files.
How to Download Movies to iPad Without iTunes:
There are many third party storage options that have accompanying iPad apps, but the most popular ones are Dropbox, Google Drive and One Drive. Offering 2GB of free storage when you sign up and 500MB for every referral (up to 16GB), Dropbox seems to be the most popular service. So, to start with, make sure that you’ve downloaded the Dropbox app from the App Store on your iPad and installed the Dropbox folder on your PC or Mac.
To transfer a movie, simply copy and paste the movie file from your computer into the Dropbox folder. Now comes the part that could take a while, depending on the size of the file and your internet connection, it could take up to a few hours to sync the movie to Dropbox. You’ll know once it has finished syncing because it’ll have a green tick next to its icon.If you want to export the movie so it’s available in the Photos app, that’s also an option. Once you’ve selected your movie, tap the Share icon in the top right hand corner and tap on Save Video. It’ll then export the video from Dropbox, ready to be accessed via the Photos app. Click here to read iOS 9 vs iOS 8 comparison.
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The iPad mini 2 was Apple’s second entry into the 7 inch tablet market, the successor to the original iPad mini, which launched in 2012, and succeeded by the iPad mini 3, which launched in October 2014. It is now a year and a half old, having been released in October 2013. For more information about which iPad to buy, read our iPad buying guide.
However, even with that landscape, we were still surprised when Apple announced the iPad mini 2 on stage, coming with things like the A7 chip under the hood and a 128GB iteration to satisfy those that crave a lot of HD action.On top of that, there’s the much-needed Retina screen (as the name might have told you) and an improvement in battery size to help power those pixels more effectively.However, there’s the big issue of price, which Apple has had to balance carefully over recent years. While it’s dropped since the launch of the iPad mini 3.
Apple iPad Mini 2 Review:
You’re still looking at £239 (US$299, AU$369) for the lowest-spec 16GB model with Wi-Fi connectivity only.The iPad mini 2 is an excellent device. There’s no other way to look at it. We were pretty impressed with the original mini when it launched, but bemoaned the low-res screen and under-powered chipset powering things along.
So we fully expected the iPad mini 2 to be another sidekick to a bigger brother, and with the iPad Air showing itself at the time to be the best tablet on the market, we fully thought we’d be getting a smaller iPad with a Retina screen and an A6 chip – so the decision to make the tablet 64-bit enabled with an A7 CPU is a really great thing to see.
It takes an already well made device and adds in so much more: the aluminum finish no longer feels like a deflection from the fact the iPad mini doesn’t have the engine to compete with its Snapdragon-powered rivals.The addition of the M7 chip in the iPad mini 2 seems on the surface to be a little redundant, given you won’t be doing much in the way of exercise with the mini strapped to your arm.
Posted in Apple News, iPad 2 Tagged with: A7 chip, ipad, iPad Mini, ipad mini 2 review, mini 2
iPod classic is said to be outdated but fit for the job of storing your massive music library. Last updated in 2009, the iPod classic hasn’t had much attention from Apple in recent years, but it hasn’t been forgotten completely. After all, for serious music lovers, the iPod classic is a small and relatively inexpensive way to carry around your entire music collection, even if consists of a whopping 40,000 songs.
The main selling point of the iPod classic is its capacity. At 160 GB, it’s got more than double the capacity of the closest iPod model: the 64 GB iPod touch.Apple says you can fit up to 40,000 songs, squeeze in 200 hours of video, 25,000 photos, or a combination of all of those into the iPod classic.It’s great that you can fit so much video and thousands of photos onto the iPod classic, but don’t expect to get a great viewing experience directly from the device.
Apple iPod Classic Review:
iPad display is just 2.5 inch diagonally. It is bright and crisp, though. One of the reasons for the smaller display is because the iPod classic uses Apple’s Click Wheel for navigation, rather than the touchscreen that iPod touch, iPod nano, iPhone and iPad users are used to. This can make getting around the iPod classic a little clunkier than with other iPods, but we’ve always felt that the Click Wheel is sufficient enough to enable you to quickly navigate through the device.
The iPod classic also has the Genius Mixes feature, which aims to help you find songs that go well together and put them all into one playlist. You’ll need to turn Genius on in iTunes on your computer before you can use the feature on your iPod classic, though. Also, it comes up with some pretty random results sometimes.
You can sync music playlists from your Mac or PC to your iPod classic too. You can’t build them directly from the device, which can be frustrating if you fancy making a new mix while you’re out.Cover Flow presents you with a way to browse the cover art you’ve got on your iPod and choose what you want to listen to from there. It looks rather nice, but it’s not particularly practical if you’ve got thousands of albums in your library.Alternatively, you can browse lists of artists, albums, compilations, songs, genres or composers to find what you’re looking for.
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IPad may be very light weight, and also are very handy to use, are very portable and can literally fit into a small bag. iPads are pretty easy to carry when traveling but one might wish to use like they would use a laptop, with the ease of keys on the keyboard.
The only solution to this is to invest in a good attachable keyboard, but this decision should be made very carefully as not all kinds of such keyboards are reliable and have a long life. So which is the best keyboard for iPad air 2 is discussed in detail today.
Best Keyboard for iPad Air 2 – Belkin QODE Ultimate Pro:
Keyboard for iPad Air 2
Belkin’s QODE Ultimate pro, is one of the top rated and suggested keyboard for iPad Air 2. It has a hard shell that not only is long lasting but also provides a good safety net for your apple product. This keyboard is designed to give you a full keyboard typing experience.
It had an aluminum alloy body, and it’s a hard shell, the cover of the case folds into the back of your iPad air 2 and this is easily detachable from the keyboard portion so you can still enjoy your device as it is. The keyboard is exactly same as any standard laptop’s keyboard with the same number of keys which will enable you to type with speed. They keys are further apart allowing your mind to believe that you have bigger keys which results in a better typing experience. So Belikin’s have the best keyboard for iPad Air 2 and other series of iPads. The keyboard also comes with its own backlit including three different brightness settings. So one can type easily in areas with little light or in darker.
Best Keyboard for iPad Air 2 – Belkin QODE Ultimate Pro:
The keyboard connects to the iPad air 2 with Bluetooth. It comes with two pairing keys, so multiple things can be connected at one time. So in case you receive an SMS while using the keyboard, you can easily switch to respond from your iPhone and then go back by simply with a press of a button.
Belkin’s QODE Ultimate Pro Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2 is available in black or white for $132 on Amazon. Hopefully, this article will help you to find a best keyboard for your iPad Air 2.
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If you want to jailbreak iphone 4s 5.1 the below jailbreak information is for you and you have to read very carefully before going for jailbreak 5.1 untethered or tethered, the iPhone 4S 5.1 jailbreak has not yet been officially released by reliable sources, and the jailbreak available for the time being is tethered (some people are trying for iphone 4s also and you can try but after making backup of your device and saving SHSH blobs).
There is one website that is claiming iPhone 4S 5.1 untethered jailbreak which is xpoison, I tried to open the download links but these seem to be broken. I don’t know if someone has got xpoison 5.1 iPhone 4S jailbreak or not. You can check this video. The video title is Xpois0n RC 2.0 Untethered Jailbreak iOS 5.1 for A4, A5, A5X Devices. Since I suspect this site therefor I am not giving direct link here but you can go to http://Xpois0n.blogspot.com.
The 5.1 jailbreak guide given below is for ios 5.1 and 5.0.1 tethered jailbreak and is compatible with iPhone 4S, 4, 3GS, iPad 1, iPod Touch 4G, 3G using latest version of RedSn0w 0.9.10b6. I have given below the download links for redsnow 0.9.10b6 and complete step wise guide to jailbreak iPhone 4s, untethered jailbreak iPhone 3GS 5.1, untethered jailbreak iPod touch 4G 5.1 , jailbreak iPod Touch 3G 5.1 and iPad 2 5.1 jailbreak.
Before continuing you have to note that:
- This is a *tethered* 5.1 jailbreak for non-A5 devices (i.e. other than iPhone 4S, iPad 2&3) that means each time you need to reboot your idevice you will need to use redsn0w and select the option of “Just Boot” as mentioned in below jailbreak tutorial. Otherwise your Safari and Cydia apps will not work/launch.
- Similarly If you want to use ultrasn0w for your carrier unlock, be sure to use a custom IPSW to update to 5.1 first. You have to use redsn0w for generating custome ipsw “Custom IPSW”.
- This jailbreak will become automatically untethered if your device has old-bootrom i.e. 3GS.
- iBooks is not working until next update of redsn0w is released
Below steps are very simple to jailbreak iPhone 4 on ios 5.0.1 and are also compatible with iPhone 3gs, ipod touch and ipad 1 on iOS 5.1 by using the latest version of RedSn0w 0.9.10b6.
Below are the steps on How to jailbreak 5.0.1 / 5.1
Important Note: This jailbreak is not for iPhone 4S jailbreak, iPad 2 or iPad 3 jailbreak if these are running ios 5.1 otherwise if they are running ios 5.0.1 then it is OK.
Step 1: Download latest version of RedSn0w 0.9.10b6 by Clicking Here for Windows and Here for Mac.
Step 2: Extract the zip file and run the RedSn0w.exe file to start the redsn0w jailbreak process.
Step 3: There are two buttons “Extras” and “Jailbreak”, click Jailbreak to jailbreak and install Cydia
Step 4: Follow the instructions given on Next screen and put your device in DFU mode. Press Next.
Step 5: Follow the screen instructions to put your device in DFU mode. RedSn0w will detect iPhone 4 and start installation of jailbreak and select “Install Cydia” when asked. (If not you can follow steps to put your device in DFU mode as instructed by clicking Next in previous step again). Close RedSn0w.
Step 6: Boot Tethered your iPhone 4: Restart RedSn0w by double clicking the exe file.
Go to Extra option and click “Just Boot”
Your iphone 4 will restart and now it is jailbroken tethered.
Note: This is a tethered jailbreak and if you need to reboot your iPhone you need to do step 6 each time therefore you need computer to reboot your iPhone4.
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You can jailbreak iPhone 4S ios 5.0.1, iPhone 4, 4GS, iPad and iPod Touch using the newly released RedSn0w 0.9.10b6, iPhone Dev Team has released Redsn0w 0.9.10 b6 for Windows and Mac, the update adds nothing to the old version except fixing of an issue for users running Mac OS X 10.5.x or earlier.
This redsn0w jailbreak is also tethered and if you are looking for iPhone 4S 5.1 jailbreak you must be disappointed that it is still not available you can jailbreak iPhone 4S only if it is running iOS 5.0.1.
Follow this jailbreak guide for performing tethered or untethered jailbreak using RedSn0w 0.9.10b6.
Below is the list of jailbreaks which you can perform with RedSn0w 0.9.10b6:
- iPhone 4S on 5.0.1 Tethered
- iphone 4S 5.1 jailbreak – Not Applicable
- iPhone 4 jailbreak 5.1 Tethered
- iPhone 4 jailbreak 5.0.1 UnTethered
- iPhone 3GS 5.1 jailbreak – Tethered for New bootrom
- iPhone 3GS 5.1 jailbreak -Untethered for old bootroom
- iPad 1 5.1 jailbreak tethered
Below are the download links for Redsn0w:
Download redsn0w 0.9.10b6b for OS X
Download redsn0w 0.9.10b6 for Windows
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Jailbreak 5.1 Semi Untethered On iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad (4th Gen) With Redsn0w. Below is the guide on How to jailbreak ios 5.1
This is a semi untethered 5.1 jailbreak therefore you need to boot tethered each time you restart your device. If you want to use an unlock it is highly recommend to stay on iOS 5.0.1. This jailbreak is not for iPad 2 or 3, and the iPhone 4s if these are running ios 5.1
Step 1: Download latest version of RedSn0w 0.9.10b6 by Clicking below links:
RedSn0w 0.9.10b6 For Windows
RedSn0w 0.9.10b6 For Mac
Step 2: Extract the zip file and run the RedSn0w.exe file to start the redsn0w jailbreak process.
Step 3: There are two buttons “Extras” and “Jailbreak”, click the first button Jailbreak to jailbreak and install Cydia
Step 4: Connect your iPad 1 into the computer using the USB port. Read instructions on below screen and make sure that your iPad is OFF before clicking the Next button.
You can see on the screen that this jailbreak is also compatible for iPhone 4S and iPad 2 but remember if these are having iOS 5.0.1 and if having iOS 5.1 then it is not compatible.
Step 5: Now you have to put your device in DFU (direct firmware update) mode, just follow the RedSn0w screen instructions and you will do it, if you feel difficulty you can visit this post on How to put your iPad in DFU mode.
- Hold down both the Home button and the Power button for 10 seconds.
- Release the Power button and continue holding the Home button until RedSn0w detects the device.
Step 6: Just observer the screen message and let it complete until next input screen comes.
Your iPad will now reboot to identify the build.
Now RedSn0w will prepare the jailbreak data.
Step 7: On next screen check Install Cydia from the list of check box options and click Next.
Step 8: iPad will now reboot and RedSn0w will build the jailbreak process and upload ramdisk. The remaining part of jailbreak will take place on your iPad and you can see the RedSn0w icon on the screen with progress bar. After completion of this jailbreak install the iPad will reboot and will have Cydia installed. Now you have to boot it using RedSn0w before you can use the Cydia and Safari.
Step 9: Boot Tethered iPAd1 : Again start the RedSn0w and Select Extras this time.
Step 10: Select Just boot from the Extras menu to just boot tethered right now. The iPad 1 will reboot and now it is tethered jailbroken. You can run Cydia now. Just tap the Cydia icon on your springboard and if it loads it means your jailbreak is successful. If Cydia is not running try reinstalling again from step 1.
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