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July 9, 2010

Apple has-not-used the iOS kill switch

Throughout the day numerous reports were released that indicated the iOS application, “NDrive” had been pulled from the App Store. Applications being removed from the App Store is not a common thing but is something that happens often enough for sites like this to be created. 


What got everyone so interested in this removal was not the fact of why or that the app from a renowned company, but the means of removal. People all over the internet have claimed that as the app was removed from the App Store, it was also removed from their iTunes library and from their iOS mobile devices

As you are probably thinking right now, that sounds a lot like the notorious application “kill-switch” Apple has been known to have at their disposal. After research on today’s app removal and polls on twitter were conducted, we have come to the conclusion that Apple’s kill-switch was not been activated. Apple, in fact, did not pull the application from user’s mobile devices or computers. This seems to initially have started as a rumor and then it spread like wildfire. People probably could not find the app for a moment in their collection so they threw up tweets, just fueling the rumors…

Please read on after the break:

July 25, 2010

Some Bumpers shipping now, others in October

Some users are today reporting shipment notifications for their free Apple iPhone 4 bumper.  That is good!  Others, who’ve ordered third party bumpers, are reporting ship dates as late as October (below), which is after Apple is ending its free bumper giveaway.  That’s not good.


via RazorianFly.

May 23, 2011

Square enhances iOS app, debuts Square Register for iPad

Version 2.0 of the Square app has the new virtual shelves feature on iPads Square, a mobile payment startup founded and led by Twitter’s CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey, has issued a new version of their iOS app with three interesting features. Certainly the most visible change is the new-look interface which looks particularly business on iPad. […]

March 10, 2011

iPad 2 shows up at Walmart

iPad 2s have been spotted in Walmart display cases today, a day before sales begin, according to eagle-eyed Walmart shoppers. The image comes via RazorianFly and according to another customer who spotted an iPad 2 at their Walmart, the purchase would not go through… bummer. Stopped by electronics section while picking up some coffee for […]

February 11, 2011

iPhone Google Maps getting turn-by-turn voice navigation with jailbreak

iPhoneDownloadBlog points to an upcoming jailbreak-only tweak, which promises turn-by-turn voice navigation for the native iPhone Google Maps application. The tweak is said to be “coming soon” to Cydia with no specific launch of pricing information being available at this time. Turn-by-turn voice navigation in iPhone Google Maps has long been a popular feature request, […]

January 5, 2011

Reviews: A little Mac App Store info-nugget

We’re all agog waiting on the introduction of the Mac App Store tomorrow (Jan 6). It seems likely to eclipse the CES clamor. Now we have this tiny nugget to share: You’ll be able to review Mac Apps just like you review iOS apps. Sure, we know this isn’t a massive surprise: stop and think […]

Twitter for Mac launching on Mac App Store tomorrow

RazorianFly got a leaked screenshot out of the Mac App Store of Twitter for Mac. This is essentially Tweetie 2 but rebranded by Twitter. We assume Twitter for Mac will be free and it looks pretty neat. It has native retweeting support, realtime updates, and drag and drop tweets. Look out for it tomorrow on […]

October 30, 2010

VMWare Remote Desktop coming to iPad in early 2011 (Video)

We already know Parallels has their own iPad remote desktop app and today RazorianFly reports that VMWare has one of their own in the works. The iPad app is called ‘VMWare View Client’ and will be available sometime in early 2011. Above is a hands-on video of the application by VMWare’s CTO.

August 28, 2010

iPads now shipping within 24 hours, production issues over?

Since the iPad’s initial launch on April 3rd and the 3G iPad’s launch on April 30th, customer demand for the product was exceptional and even beat Apple’s expectations. Up until a couple weeks ago the shipping times for all iPad models stood at 7-10 business days until recently changing to 3-5 business days. Up until […]

July 2, 2010

Awesome iPhone 4 wallpaper series

RazorianFly has teamed up RFLYGD to create a monthly iPhone 4 wallpaper series. The first wallpaper in the collection, Folzi, caught our attention so we wanted to let you guys know about it. 


Click here to download for iPhone 4.

Next month, the designers will unleash the collection’s second wallpaper, Klarion. Here’s an exclusive preview:


Click here to download for iPhone 4.

July 27, 2010

Next iPod touch with camera in the wild, just another 3rd-gen prototype?

Supposedly picked up at some “recycling place” in California, this appears to be another “next-gen” iPod touch in the wild. It looks the same as the ones we see almost bi/tri-monthly with the iPod touch 2nd and 3rd generation design, camera, and hundreds of scratches. 

The device is said to still be in working condition, and it is apparently running iOS 3.1.3. There is no front-facing camera and there does not appear to be a higher-resolution display, faster processor chip, or a camera application. This seems to definitely be a third-gen prototype, but hey.. who knows? We’ll update with more once we get. 

via RazorianFly

December 16, 2011

Siri now lets users access the entire Best Buy product catalog

As noted by RazorianFly, Siri can now help users retrieve the best deals for consumer electronics and gadgets sold at Best Buy. How does she handle this, you might ask? Well, Siri gets some of its answers from the acclaimed answer-engine Wolfram|Alpha. Wolfram Research announced yesterday they are leveraging data from Best Buy’s public application […]

July 18, 2011

Skype for iPad, Google+ for iPhone: Is there a competitor logjam?

You must be quite puzzled with the no-show for native Skype and Facebook apps, in addition to Google+ for iPhone. Indeed, Google as long as three weeks ago said a native Google+ app had been sent to Apple for review. Skype created a confusion by posting a teaser video some 25 days ago, soon removed by the […]

June 24, 2011

Skype for iPad with video calling promotional video (update: it’s legit)

We’re not exactly sure what’s going on here, but Skype apparently posted a promotional video for an official iPad application this morning. The video has been deleted (if it ever existed) but it looks like the real thing, based on a purported  re-upload by RazorianFly. If legit, Skype for iPad looks amazing, has video calling, […]

June 23, 2011

iPhone patent points to third-party widgets in iOS 5 Notification Center

Unofficial widgets for jailbroken iOS 5 devices: SpringPrefs (left) and Music Center (right) The Apple patent win for the original iPhone interface has generated a lot of buzz, also causing quite a turmoil among industry watchers for fears that the California-based gadget maker would sue rivals that dare implement capacitive multitouch interfaces. That patent, however, […]

August 24, 2011

New iTunes Connect “auto-ingest tool” lets you automatically retrieve sales and trends records

Apple sent out an email to devs earlier today announcing a new tool available via that will allow you to “retrieve your daily and weekly reports” from the iTunes Connect Sales and Trends module. The Java-based script runs on all operating systems running Java 1.6 and up. Apple explains:

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