During the Apple-Samsung trial we have learned many things and now we have learned that Samsung saw Steve Jobs death as the best opportunity to attack the iPhone. Samsung released the Next Big Things ad to mock Apple costumers.
Prior to iOS 6, it was quite a pain to attach photo or video to an email. One had to launch the Photos app, select the photos or videos and then tap on the share button to send them via email.
We have already seen some useful custom widgets for iOS 5 such as Music Center, SpringPrefs, UISettings etc. that will give users easy access to information and settings toggles via iOS 5 Notification Center with a single swipe.
iOS developer – iHaz3 has revealed plans to release a custom widget called QuickComposer, which as the name suggests, makes composing SMS, email, tweet etc. quicker.
The custom widget adds a shortcut to the Mail, SMS, Twitter, Notes and Reminder app in iOS 5 Notification Center as you can see in the screenshot below.
The iPhone location tracking issue reported last week by Security Researchers has raised quite a bit of controversy. As reported earlier today, Apple is being investigated by privacy regulators in South Korea, France, Italy and Germany, US Senators are writing open letters to Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs and some have already started suing Apple.
Apple has surprisingly been silent on the issue, which is usually a good time for Steve Jobs to clarify things.
MacRumors reports that Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs has responded to a concerned user clarifying that “We don’t Track Anyone”.
Are you bored of the default “sent from my iPhone” email signature? Want to replace it with something cool rather than a line of text? Then you should checkout the iPhone Signature Creator by Cool Geex.
iPhone Signature creator allows you to create a HTML-based signature with colored text for your contact information and you can also add your company logo or avatar, your Facebook, Twitter, Linked and Skype account details, and more.
To create the HTML signature, all you need to do is fill up you contact details in the web-based form (using the link in the end).
You can also upload the image or provide the URL of your company logo or avatar.
The web-based form also allows you to enter information about your FaceTime, Facebook, Twitter, Linked and Skype account details.
After you have entered all the details, don’t forget to enter the pin in the “Choose PIN number” field before you hit the “Create signature” button as you will need it later.
When you click/tap Create Signature, it takes you to the completion page with a URL that needs to be opened on your iPhone’s Safari browser.
When you open the URL on your iPhone’s Safari browser, it will prompt you for the PIN number. Type the PIN, but before you tap Go, tap the Plus sign at the bottom of the screen to add the URL to the Home Screen.
If you want to use the HTML signature again, all you need to do is tap the new Home screen icon.
Please remember to also remember the text from the default signature (Settings –> Mail, Contacts, Calendar –> Signature).
iFile is a file manager with capabilites to email, edit, delete, copy, cut, paste, rename, view, compress, uncompress, install and transfer files.
1.3.0-2 – Bugfix Release
Uh oh. According to Valleywag, an AT&T security breach led to the exposure of 114,000 email addresses (and associated SIM / ICC identifiers) belonging to Apple iPad owners. A group of hackers calling themselves Goatse Security (be careful looking that one up) figured out a number of ICC-IDs and ran a script on AT&T’s site through a faked iPad UserAgent, which would then return the associated addresses. Some of those affected were actually quite big names, including the CEOs of The New York Times andTime Inc., some higher-ups and Google and Microsoft, and even a number of employees from NASA, FAA, FCC, and the US military.