Launched in 2011 as the hardware vanguard for Siri, the iPhone 4s was a big software leap for Apple. But iOS 10, which even focused on making Siri better than ever before, will not work on the iPhone 4s. Sad!
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When you're buying your lunch today, you might want to take a moment and spend a little more. Gizmodo's Lunch Time Deals posts point out any particularly good bargains for Aussie bargain hunters around the 'net. Today, and for the next couple of weeks, Apple's 64GB Wi-Fi iPad Air 2 gets a fair bit cheaper with a $50 discount at JB Hi-Fi.
My mum bloody loves her iPad. She’s that 62-year-old you see on your morning commute who fires it up the second her arse hits the train seat. Whether she’s reading a book, checking the news or stalking me on Facebook, she’s rocking that bad boy. The same goes for her iPhone, but that generally involves sending me texts at 5:45am asking how my weekend was.
Moog's first iPad app, called the Animoog, did an incredible job smashing together iPad tech and old analogue instruments, back when tablets were very much a new thing. It's nearly five years later, and Moog has launched an all-new app, digitally memorialising its classic $US10,000 ($13,351) Moog Model 15 Synthesiser. Luckily, the app comes at a 99.7 per cent discount.
Tablets haven't had a great time lately. In the last two years, sales have plummeted and production has slowed to a crawl. While a lot of that is due to the fact they don't have the manic upgrade calendar of traditional computers or smartphones, it's also because they're really all about consuming the internet. You don't need the latest processor or most whiz bang GPU to do that. You need something that's good enough. And for most consumers the tablet they already own is "good enough."
Every time you upgrade an iOS device to a new version of the operating system, there's a brief window in which you can easily roll it back (just in case you come across a bug or two).
There are one in 100 Australians living on the spectrum, and with World Autism Awareness Day tomorrow, 2 April, we've put together a collection of educational resources for your smartphone or tablet.
These ebooks, audiobooks, apps, courses and podcasts explore different facets of the autism spectrum for parents, kids and students.