iPads and iPods coming to Staples online store in October

The deal between Apple and Staples has became officially to sell various iPad and iPod models on the Staples online store in the United States next month according to some Business Insider. The deal also will expand to Staples’ retail stores depending on how well Staples sell them per week.


“The source says that if each Staples store refers one iPad sale per week in October, two per week in November, and five per week in December, Apple will be willing to sell iPads in physical Staples locations.”

If Staples meets Apple’s sales goals, it will be good chance for Staples to sell iPad and iPod in their stores by early 2014.  Staples’ first successful was selling Apple accessories and it would be their second successful to make it. Currently, Staples still do sell iPads on its online store in Canada.

Source: Business Insider

Netflix rolls out Super HD now available everywhere including on Apple TV

You probably do notice in Netflix that they label standard full HD 1080p video resolution as ‘Super HD” and what is that really for? Netflix has announced about ‘Super HD’ that applies less compression to the 1080p image for greater clarity than standard 1080p. Previously the content was only available to a limited number of customers using specific Internet service providers. Have Apple TV? Check out “Super HD’ and see how awesome it is.


Source: Digital Trends 

Apple rolled out iOS 7.0.2 with fix for lock screen passcode bypass bugs


Apple rolls out iOS 7.0.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This is a bug fix release that focus an issue that could allow users to bypass the passcode unlock on the Lock screen. There is another fix in the release is to re-add Greek keyboard option for passcodes. You can get over-the-air update via your iPhone’s Settings via Wi-Fi connection. The file ranges from between 17MB and 20MB depending on which iOS device you have. According to 9to5Mac‘s report stating that the company is working on iOS 7.1 and perhaps it will arrive alongside the new iPads next month.

Source: The Verge

How to delete message from iOS devices in iOS 7


iOS 6 used to be simple to delete text message from your iOS devices but now with new iOS 7 came out last week, it becomes different and new. You still have ability to delete entire message conversations by swiping to the left in the list of all your messages but how do you delete specific messages? That’s why you are here and we will show you how to do it.

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Instagram Updates Its iPhone App For iOS 7, Adds Higher Resolution Media And More

Instagram has finally been updated for iOS 7, adding a brand new, minimalistic design, and also including support for higher resolution images and videos.

The update, Instagram 4.2, is now live in the App Store. As you can see in the above and below images, Instagram is indeed more in line with the seventh iteration of Apple’s mobile OS: profile pictures are now circular, pages appear whiter, and the app feels a lot nicer running on an iOS 7-powered iPhone or iPod touch.


Instagram explains at its blog that in addition to the design changes, support for higher resolution media has also been added, and a number of more minor changes have been made:

In this update you will find that we’ve increased the size of photos and videos in your feed so that they expand to the edges of your screen. We’re also happy to say that increased size means increased resolution, so photos and videos will be clearer and more vibrant than ever.

In grid view, we streamlined things so that your content will also appear larger. We led our redesign with a focus on clarity to keep the feel of Instagram clean, simple and grounded in the photos and videos you discover and share.

As mentioned, Instagram 4.2 can be downloaded now in the App Store, and is optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch

This article was originally published via AppAdvice website.

Source: AppAdvice

Real Players, Real Teams, Real Leagues: FIFA 14 By EA Sports Now Available On iOS

The latest edition in Electronic Arts’ hugely popular FIFA video game series has finally hit iOS.

I am, of course, referring to FIFA 14 by EA Sports, the sequel to last year‘s FIFA Soccer 13:

REAL PLAYERS. REAL TEAMS. REAL LEAGUES. Welcome to the most authentic football game on the App Store. Feel the excitement of every pass, shot, and tackle with new touch controls. Plus, live every moment of real-world football mastery with EA SPORTS™ Football Club Match Day. Get in there!

FIFA 14 features 33 leagues, 34 stadiums, more than 600 licensed teams, and more than 16,000 players — including, of course, Lionel Messi, who returns as the series’ “cover boy.”

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In the game, you can build your team of footballers and control them to challenge your friends via online multiplayer. You can also participate in EA Sports’ Football Club Match Day.

FIFA 14 by EA Sports is now available in the App Store as a free-to-play game, with various in-game currency packs and a $4.99 premium unlock available via in-app purchase.

The game is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. Note that, as advised by Electronic Arts, the game requires at least 1.35GB of free space before it can be downloaded to your iDevice.

This Article was originally published via AppAdvice website.

Source: AppAdvice

Apple iMac Gets Updated Processors and Graphics

Apple’s iMac line of desktop computers has received a few hardware upgrades, while retaining the same slim casings that the company introduced with last year’s models. Both the 21.5-inch and 27-inch versions have been updated with new processors, graphics, and faster flash storage.

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The smaller model now starts with a 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 Haswell processor and Iris Pro graphics, and both sizes are available with quad-core Intel Core i5 processors up to 3.4Ghz and Nvidia GeForce 700 series graphics. Those with the need (and the cash) can choose to pick up a new iMac with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor up to 3.5GHz and Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M series graphics with 4GB of video memory.

The new iMac line has also been updated to support 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and now features improved flash storage capabilities, which Apple claims is up to 50 percent faster than the previous models. 1TB or 3TB Fusion Drive options are available, as well as the option for all-flash storage up to 1TB. Memory starts at 8GB and can be upgraded up to 32GB.

The 21.5-inch model starts at $1,299, and the 27-inch iMac can be picked up for at least $1,799 — both entry-level prices are the same as last year’s models. The refreshed iMacs are available starting today.

This article was originally published via IGN website.

Source: IGN