AUTHOR’S NOTE: This article had originally been written for another site, MyGreatiPhone.com, in May of 2010, by http://www.Fenix-Tech.com’s co-founder, LVCIFER. Nothing has been changed, but I thought it was a suiting article to post up, as next month marks the death of mobile Flash. Here is an interesting insight as to the history that Adobe and Apple have with one another, and why Steve Jobs was deadset against utilizing the plugin while he was alive. Continue reading
Google Chrome for iOS has been a phenomenal release and quickly rose to the No.1 Free App position in the AppStore. With this, we are also seeing an increasing number of Jailbreak tweaks for iOS devices relating to Chrome on iOS.
With that I bring you.. ChromeMe:
Apple and Adobe do not play well together with mobile flash based websites, and back in 2010 Steve Jobs (CEO of Apple, in case you’ve forgotten) spoke out about just that with a press release on Apple’s website titled “Thoughts on Flash.” The article spoke about why Apple won’t allow flash on it’s mobile operation system and instead opted to use HTML5, which is smoother and significantly less flawed than flash based sites. But also most importantly the relationship with Adobe and Apple played a huge part in it as well.
This is hilarious! Folks over at Slacktory has posted some interesting mockup images of how an Apple made Washing Machine would be. Yes, AppleClean™ by Apple is the first Washing Machine with Siri integration, Retina Wash and iTunes Detergent Store and more…
I'm not gonna be a Spoiler! Checkout the AppleClean™ below…
Today, iPhone turns 5 years old. It was this day in 2007 that the first iPhone was unveiled to the world. Apple has sold over 218 million of the iPhone and has made Apple over $140 billion over the last half decade.
For this very reason, Statista has released an astonishing Infographic depicting Apple's rapid growth over the last 5 years..
No more words.. Here's the Infographic:
I’m sure you’re all excited about the Chrome release for iOS. Google Chrome is now the No.1 Free App for iOS in the AppStore. In fact, users love it much more than Safari Browser in iOS.
Now here’s the issue: How can I open links in Google Chrome instead of Safari?