Sunday, December 19, 2010

Mail Rules Lets You Apply Rules to Your Incoming iOS Mail

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Mail Rules is a new Cydia tweak that finally lets you set rules for your incoming iPhone and iPad mail.

The tweak is accessed via the "Rules..." page in Mail, Contacts, Calendars settings. No new icons are added to your home screen

Supports matching on the following criteria:
- Account
- Headers
- Recipient
- Sender
- Subject

And supports the following actions:
- Delete message
- Mark as read
- Mark as unread
- Copy to folder
- Move to folder
- Stop processing rules

You can purchase the tweak for $1.99 from the Cydia Store.














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'No iWork on the Shelves, No iWork in Stock, and None on the Way'

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Apple Store employees are reporting that 'there is no iWork on the shelves, no iWork in stock and none on the way', according to 9to5Mac.

iWork '11 has been rumored for some time now. Individual applications from the suite will likely be available when the Mac App Store launches on January 6th. The entire suite is said to already have been completed but held back to launch alongside the new App Store.

For those who need a little extra confirmation, check out the video below which shows an Apple customer service rep advising a customer to wait on purchasing iWork until the new version is released.

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iFixIt Does a Teardown of the Google Nexus S

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iFixIt has performed a teardown of the Google Nexus S for those interested in the device.

The Nexus S is a variation of the Samsung Galaxy S, sporting more or less the same hardware specifications as its brethren. Notable changes to the Galaxy S include NFC (Near Field Communication) support and a Super AMOLED Contour Display.

Tech Specs:
● 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 Hummingbird Multimedia Applications Processor based on the ARMv7 architecture.
● 16 GB internal storage capacity
● 512 MB total RAM
● 5 MP rear-facing camera and a VGA (640x480) front-facing camera.
● Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)

Nexus S Repairability Score: 7 out of 10 (10 is easiest to repair)
● Battery is very easily replaceable -- just remove the back cover to swap it out.
● The motherboard comes out easily once you're inside, as it's held in place by regular screws and connectors.
● A lot of the phone's components are modular, meaning that they're simpler to replace, but will cost more as replacement parts.
● Front panel is attached with adhesive instead of screws, so it's harder to take off than on the iPhone.
● If you shatter the front panel glass, the SAMOLED has to be replaced as well -- they're fused together

Hit this link to checkout the full teardown.


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Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac Gets Updated

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Microsoft has updated Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac with many improvements and bug fixes.

New features:
● Purchased audio content is synced from device
● New device setup experience
● Browse device now supports manual import from device, delete from device and preview.

Improvements and fixes:
● Performance improvements in sync process
● Photos are now organized by their iPhoto event if present and by album otherwise
● Improved video preparation process
● Improved support for pin lock and unlock of device
● Improved meta data transfer settings (bookmarks, rating and release dates and now transferred)
● Fixed issue with remote iTunes installations
● Fixed issue with .AAC and certain .MP4 files not playing on device
● Apple Lossless encoded files are no longer synced as they are unsupported on device. They will be ignored like protected content. Please convert these files, as necessary.
● Improved support for iPhoto 11

Notes:
Initial device update support is included in beta 2, though it is disabled when there are no available updates.

You can download the update from this link...



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Apple Offers Free iOS Development eBooks via iBookstore

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Apple is offering six free iOS development books via its iBookstore for those interested in learning how to program for the iPhone or iPad.

MacStories notes that "the six books, published by Apple Developer Publications, include 'iOS Technology Overview', 'Cocoa Fundamentals Guide' and the popular 'iOS Human Interface Guidelines'. Some books report a release date of November 2010."

You can find the titles by searching "Apple Developer" in the iBookstore.




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