Sparrow 1.1 For iOS Now Live! Team Promises Push Is Coming “With Or Without Apple”.

(Most) everybody’s favorite iOS mail.app replacement, Sparrow, is now officially at version 1.1 in the App Store. The new update brings several new features including send & archive, ability to show/hide dock badge per account, show/hide specific labels and folders, a new built-in web browser and “empty trash” and “empty spam” options. Naturally, bug fixes are packaged inside too — fix for issues with Google Apps account…

Regional US Carrier nTelos Snags iPhone – Where You At T-Mobile?

With the launch of the iPhone 4S this past October, we not only saw Sprint jump on the iBandwagon, but we also saw a Regional carrier in the US gain rights to Cupertino’s mobile powerhouse. 6 months since the launch we now see a second Regional carrier picking up the device, nTelos, which is a Virginia-based wireless company that services the Virginias, along with portions of Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky. nTelos currently has around 400k…

Apple iOS 5 Devices Gain “Classified” Certification For Use In Australian Government.

Apple iOS 5 Devices Gain “Classified” Certification For Use In Australian Government.

Apple has long been seen as a consumer first, enterprise last company. But since the iPhone’s debut in 2007, people and the corporate world have been sucked into the land of iOS. Up until the last 1-2 years, RIM was the defacto standard for your typical corporate workplace, though has changed recently, with iOS and Android taking up bigger roles. But even with their increased corporate presence, the questions regarding how secure the consumer-focused platforms really…

[Update 2] Sweden (And UK, Denmark, Norway and New Zealand) Now Also Considering Investigating Apple’s Use Of “4G” For Third-Gen iPad.

Apple’s Australian 4G headache could be the tip of the iceberg. After the Australian 3rd-gen iPad WiFi + 4G drama circulated yesterday comes a new report that Sweden’s Consumer Agency is looking at investigating Apple for misleading marketing too. A lawyer for the Swedish Consumer Agency, Marek Andersson, says that the investigation will look into if Apple has been clear enough with marketing material and specifically highlighting how LTE support is non-existant…

iMessage: Paper Cuts

iMessage: Paper Cuts

With the release several months ago of iOS 5, Apple brought  a slew of new features to their users.  Among some of the more popular features, you’ll find Reminders, Wireless Syncing, improvided notifications and of course, iMessage.  I personally have used iMessage since the beta and think it’s a great addition to the iOS repertoire.  Many people view iMessage as a killer of rivals such as Blackberry Messenger, and while this may prove true, there are still…

Apple Will Offer Refunds To Australian iPad 3 Customers Who Feel “Mislead”.

Are you an Australian who was misled by Apple and duped into buying a WiFi + “4G” iPad that is anything but in your homeland? You’re entitled to a refund, this according to the Sunday Morning Herald. One solution that was reputedly given to Apple after the brouhaha that erupted earlier today was to have Apple apply warning/notice stickers to all Australian-bound 3rd-gen iPads, though Apple struck down such a plan as “too cumbersome”. Instead,…

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