iPhone

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A New Patent Suggests That Apple Is Exploring 3D Gestures And 3D Displays

Patently Apple came across a patent that was recently filed by Apple that suggests the company might be looking into 3D gestures for upcoming iDevices. These so-called “3D gestures” will allow users to interact with their iDevices not only via touch input but also by moving their fingers around the…

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Sprint Might Carry The iPhone By December

With Apple’s iPhone 4 on the two largest US networks already, AT&T and Verizon, a lot of analysts and enthusiasts are hoping that the iPhone will find its way to the nation’s 3rd biggest carrier; Sprint. In the technical sense, it wouldn’t be difficult for Apple to bring the already…

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How To Jailbreak iOS 5 Beta 2 [VIDEO]

iOS 5 beta 2 was seeded to developers today – and MuscleNerd has confirmed that it can be Jailbroken via the same steps used to Jailbreak Apple’s iOS 5 beta 1 firmware. Check out the full tutorial and video instructions after the jump.

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Apple Will Bring 3rd Party Widgets To Notification Center

iOS 5 was introduced just weeks ago and with it came Notification Center! Up until now, everyone has assumed that Apple will be the only source for Notification Center widgets (there are currently two, Stocks and Weather). A recently uncovered patent filed by Apple in 2007 makes Apple’s intentions crystal…

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Apple Granted Patent For Multitouch Displays

As most of you already know, Apple is the king of patents and is constantly filing new patents – well, Apple filed one back in 2007 that specifically relates to multitouch actions in a stationary application.