Apple has pushed out a newer pre-release version of 10.9.3 beta and iTunes 11.1.6 beta to employees. The new pre-release of OS X 10.9.3 (build 13D19) is available to employees and doesn’t introduce any major changes since the latest beta build seeded to developers. The last beta release asked developers to focus on testing graphics and audio drivers.
As rumored, Apple has just released iTunes 10.5 ahead of tomorrow’s iOS 5 and iCloud launch.
The iTunes page currently says iTunes 10.5 coming soon, but when you click on the Free download link, it takes you to the download page where iTunes 10.5 is available for download.
Here’s the list of new features and improvements in iTunes 10.5 according to the release notes:
iTunes in the Cloud. iTunes now stores your music and TV purchases in iCloud and makes them available on your devices anywhere, any time, at no additional cost.
David Chartier from OneFPS is reporting that 50% of iPhone users never sync with iTunes after activating the device.
A little birdie says that about 50 percent of Apple Store customers who need to get their iPhones swapped have never plugged them into iTunes after the initial activation and sync. This is a big reason, according to this birdie, for why Apple Store Geniuses are excited about iCloud.
Apple’s new services will enable backup protection for those users who don’t use iTunes and will also wireless sync with iTunes if you do.
For most users, iTunes does a great job of handling all of the details of managing your media library for you, allowing you to manage your content through iTunes itself and not having to worry too much about the underlying files and folders that make up your iTunes library.
Unfortunately, this user-friendly approach has one serious limitation: When it comes time to move your iTunes library, it can often be a bit of a challenge to figure out exactly what pieces you need to move and how to go about doing this. Many iTunes users start out with a basic iTunes library and use the default settings to store all of their media content on their primary internal hard drive. However, as you add new content over time, particularly with the additional video content now supported by iTunes, you may soon find that your library threatens to take over your computer.
Continuous client functionality, you say? Sounds like Mozilla might be just what the doctor ordered. The company has announced that its upcoming Firefox Home app is coming soon to the iPhone. The program will sync up with your desktop client so that you can go mobile with all your browsing history, bookmarks and “the set of tabs from [your] most recent browser session” going along for the ride. Not only that, but there’s an “Awesome Bar” — Mozilla’s words, not ours — that’ll let you search through everything and predict options based on the available data. While not a “full” Firefox browser, according to the blog post (with the addendum, “either technically or due to policy”), the pages still load from within the app itself.
To easy install cracked apps for free, you need a jailbroken idevice and Cydia. ok open cydia, click on manage/ sources/ edit/ add/ and type this cydia.xsellize.com and click add source. Once the source has been add click on xsellize and scroll down to wi-fi sync, click on it and on the top right corner click install and confirm. That is it that way is much better and you don’t need to do manually using ssh and mobile terminal.
Wi-Fi Sync enables seamless wireless syncing with iTunes, as seen on YouTube and tech blogs across the web.
Run the app on your phone, and it’ll appear in iTunes’ list of connected devices. From there you can sync music, apps, photos, contacts and everything else just as if it were plugged in via USB.
The app is currently compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6, and a Windows version will be available shortly. Download the free Mac software (required) from getwifisync.com
This app is not supported on the iPad.
* Download the program for your computer at http://getwifisync.com/ and install the program to your computer to begin syncing wirelessly
If you like this app I suggest buying it as it has a lot of potential, and for those of you with messed up dock connectors you can now sync. I must also mention this is helpful as what if you lose your sync cable, or your computers usb ports are messed up, you can always use wifi sync.
How To Install Cracked:
- After downloading the deb file above rename it to wifi.deb
- Copy it to var/mobile on your iphone and install using ifile or do the following
- Open up mobile terminal
- Type in su (press return)
- Type in alpine (press return)
- Type in dpkg -i wifi.deb (press return)
- Reboot your iphone and enjoy
We had written about the Wi-Fi Sync iPhone app last month. This was a nifty application developed by a student at the University of Birmingham that let iPhone users
wirelessly sync their iPhones or iPod Touch with iTunes. Engadget has now reported that the iPhone app has been rejected by Apple because of “security concerns”.
Speaking to Engadget about his conversation with an Apple representative, Greg Hughes, the developer of the iPhone app said:
“While he agreed that the app doesn’t technically break the rules, he said that it does encroach upon the boundaries of what they can and cannot allow on their store. He also cited security concerns.”
There are some players who can sync wireless with your computer like “Zune”, but Apple probably thought this wasn’t necessary for the iDevice users. Because of that Greg Hughes has developed and submitted a App to the App Store that makes it possible to sync your iDevice with iTunes via Wi-Fi. In the video above you can see that its very easy to use and once you are connected you are good to go. My only worry is that it will not be approved to the App Store, but lets hope it does so we will soon be able to sync without the need of a cable.