The Apple Daily - Daily Apple News, iPhone News, Jailbreak Tutorials, Cydia Apps, Mac News. - Part 14


iOS 5.0.2 To Fully Resolve Battery Woes and iOS 5.1 To Make Siri Even Smarter

The release of next update scheduled next week from the Cupertino company will surely end the battery woes for the recently launched  iPhone 4S. This update comes as a relief for the users who will now enjoy the stated-in-manual 40 hours of standby and 10 hours’ usage. Previously this problem of battery was assured to be a software glitch but with many users complaining of similar problems with their iPhones  forced Apple to come out with the new iOS 5.0.2 update which will surely resolve the battery issue.

According to German blog Macerkopf (Mac Heads?), which focuses its attention – as you might expect – around the Cupertino company a guy from inside working in Apple’s iOS division has revealed to them that the battery issues have been completely resolved, allowing iPhone 4S users to enjoy the stated-in-manual 40 hours of standby and 10 hours’ usage. The post also claims the update will be released no later than next week, so those of you experiencing rapid battery depletion, it seems you’ve only a few days to wait.

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Ultrathin 15″ MacBooks Slated for First Half of 2012 [Rumor]

The Ultra-thin Notebooks segment is currently filled with products from companies like Samsung, Acer or Asus bringing Windows powered ultrathin laptops in the market to give a tough competition to the Macbook Air.

A few days back we reported about Apple is prepping ultrathins for early next year,now according to the recent reports from Digitimes, Upstream suppliers have already started shipping a small volume of components for a 15-inch ultra-thin notebook, while we are yet unsure about what would eventually be an Ultrathin MacBook that is if it’s going to be a Mac Book Pro or a newer Mac Book Air Range and the devices are expected to hit the markets as early as the second quarter of 2012.

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[Breaking] iPhone 4S 16GB Now Available in India for 41,900 INR With 1 Year Warranty

Airtel and Aircel might be gearing up for the mega launch of the iPhone 4S in India and as we all know Aircel preorders starts in couple of days, while the Aircel launch is slated for 25th November, if you don’t want to wait for that much then here’s a great offer for you.

Apparently Buytheprice is selling the iPhone 4S 16 GB version for 41,900INR with free shipping. So you could own the greatest and latest offering from Apple along with a 1 year warranty with free shipping.

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Learn to Develop Apps For iPhone And iPad Using Stanford’s Free Course On iTunes U

Ivy League school Stanford is offering its popular iOS app development course for Free on iTunes U. The most up to date version of the course on developing for iOS 5 is available, and any iTunes customer can  download class lectures and presentation slides. The course from Stanford focuses on topics like “iCloud, streamlined notifications and wireless syncing” in its latest incarnation.

The basics of iOS app development are not covered in the course, so you have to already know Objective-C if you hope to learn anything.

This is a must have for any current iOS Developer wanting to learn about iOS 5 and iCloud.

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[How to] Turn off ARC for Selected Files or 3rd Party Libraries in XCode 4.2

This is probably the first time I’m writing something related to code development. With the introduction of iOS 5, Apple released the next version of its IDE – XCode 4.2.

XCode 4.2 came with many major changes. Developers used to XCode 4 or XCode 3 will face some problems initially. The most common problem faced will be with Automatic Reference Counting and its compliance with 3rd party libraries.

Your project will simply fail to compile if you have ARC on with 3rd party libraries not updated to use ARC.

But XCode provides a way to selectively turn off ARC for individual files whilst still enjoying the perks provided by ARC in rest of your project.

Follow these steps:

1. Click on your Project in XCode.

2. Select your project under “Targets” and click on the “Build Phases” tab.

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Download OS X Lion 10.7.3 [Developers Only]

Apple released its new version of OS X Lion 10.7.3 (11d16) to developers earlier today. This is the third update to the new Mac operating system.

The previous version 10.7.2 update was released on October 12th, 2012 and was recommended to all OS X Lion users because of its support for the iCloud system which Apple rolled out earlier this year.

Downloading would allow you to sync photos, apps, documents and music between all your Apple devices powered by the iCloud storage platform.

The 10.7.3 build 11d16 update will continue to focus on iCloud compatibility once again. This time around the main focus will be centered on iCloud document storage, iCal, Address Book and Mail.OS X Lion which was released on July 20, available exclusively as a download from the Mac App Store. Within 24 hours, the new OS was sold and downloaded over 1 million times, largely due the low $29.99 upgrade cost. The server portion of the OS X Lion software is available online as well but as a separate download. The current version can be found in the Mac App Store as well for $49.99.

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4″ iPhone 5 and 7.35″ iPad Mini Displays Being Prepared by LG [Rumor]

W all know by now that LG is prepping the Retina Display for the upcoming version of iPad that is the iPad 3 majorly cause of the recent patent battle between Apple and its previous LCD provider Samsung.

But now yet another news has surfaced courtesy Korea Times that LG is also planning on bringing the next iPhone display along with the display for the rumored smaller version of the iPad.

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Updating To iOS 5.0.1 May Cause Some Abnormal Behavior On Your iPhone

Apple’s iOS 5.0.1 seems to have created a glitch with the Contacts app for certain users, according to various sources and several posts on the Apple Support Forums. Many of the iPhone users have had problems after updating to 5.0.1. The iPhone was no longer able to associate address book contacts with other apps. Opening the Contacts app would display all the right names. But using the iMessage texting app or even making a phone call would fail to remember the name of a contact and just display the person’s phone number.

Apparently, this issue has been experienced by a certain iPhone users,like users who have a Verizon iPhone 4S  and who updated to iOS 5.0.1 using the OTA (over-the-air) method rather than installing it through iTunes on your computer.

 

As stated on Redmondpie.com, You can resolve this issue by following the steps shown below:

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