Posted by Thomas on Oct 29, 2012 in iPhone News, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Learning to use Siri isn’t just about getting used to dictating and spitting out voice commands (however natural they may claim to be) – it’s also about getting over or reducing the stigma associated with talking to your computer and having it respond out loud.
One thing that might help you out, provided you’re not using Siri with a Bluetooth or wired headset, is to simply...
Posted by Alex Jordan on Oct 28, 2012 in iPhone News, Uncategorized | Comments Off
We had such an exciting week here at iSource, that we had to push back our weekly Picks of the Week post. So, here we are, and many of our contributors have expressed what they believe is the most exciting things announced at the iPad Media event held on Tuesday.
The New iMacPosted by Joe
What caught my interest the most during the event was the new iMac. It’s stunning, and for the...
Posted by Renkman on Oct 28, 2012 in iPhone News, Uncategorized | Comments Off
If you’re reading this, chances are you already know where to come to find the best in-depth, up to date Apple news, reviews, and info on the web. However, now-a-days, there are many different venues to access iSource and the posts of our talented team of writers and editors. So, when you can’t get enough of iSource, where else can you find us?
When you come to...
Posted by PatrickJ on Oct 27, 2012 in iPhone News, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Pocket is one of two superb offline reading apps for iOS devices, along with Instapaper. This week Pocket for Mac was released on the Mac App Store – so those of us who use it on the iPad and / or iPhone now have a desktop companion app for it.
This has been a bit of crazy week of new releases, so I have installed Pocket for Mac but only spent fleeting bits of time with it so far.
Posted by Thomas on Oct 26, 2012 in iPhone News, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Lexic for iPhone (later known as Abca) was one of my favourite iOS word games. There was something about the way that it looked and felt to play that made the game so captivating. The animation, sound, and sense of atmosphere made it come alive. Lexic never received a Retina update, and it’s actually no longer available on the App Store, so I don’t have it on my iPhone 4S. I miss...
Posted by Joe Tomasone on Oct 26, 2012 in iPhone News, Uncategorized | Comments Off
As required by the UK court hearing the patent infringement lawsuit between Apple and Samsung, Apple has posted a notice to their UK website informing the public that Samsung did not, according to the court, infringe on the design of the iPad. While the whole affair must be somewhat embarrassing, it didn’t stop Apple from having a little bit of fun, using the judges own words to score...