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Details Regarding Apple’s New A5 Chip for Upcoming iPhone 5 and iPad 2 Emerge


If you haven’t already heard, it seems Apple are working hard on a new custom processor for its upcoming iPhone 5 and iPad 2 devices. The A4 successor is rumored to be dual-core with faster graphics, capable of supporting a higher resolution on the company’s successful tablet device, and potentially 1080p HD support for iOS devices.

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This Week’s Must-Have iOS Games: Mad Skills Motocross, Road Blaster, Run Like Hell & More!


This week’s must-have iOS games features a motocross game that turns a fan-favorite genre on its head and delivers a side-scrolling racer that claims to be like no other game you’ll find in the App Store. Discover what players of the desktop version of Mad Skills Motocross have enjoyed for years.

Sheeple Chase is a loveable little racing game in which your aim is to guide a cute little sheep to victory against his farmyard friends. Enjoy a multi-colored visual feast as you race through the various worlds in a bid to obtain all of the winners cups, while picking up as many juicy apples as you can on the way.

Fans of run-as-far-as-you-can games will love Run Like Hell, the frantically-paced platform game that will have you running, jumping, sliding, climbing and crawling your way to safety as you try to outrun the spear-throwing tribesman.

Find out more about the applications above and check out the rest of this week’s must-have iOS games, including Road Blaster and The Blocks Cometh, over on Cult of Mac…

This Week’s Must-Have iOS Apps: Bills, iDarkroom, Browser+ HD & More!


This week’s must-have iOS apps features Bills – On Your Table HDa fantastic finance application that helps you manage your money on your iOS device. Bills makes it simple to store and track various types of outgoing payments with specific due dates. The application has been available on the iPhone for some time, but now it’s available in HD for the iPad.

iDarkroom is the latest top photography application for personalizing your snaps. With a wide variety of effects and frames to choose from, it’s easy to make your photos that little bit more priceless.

“The internet, rethought, reinvented, and handcrafted for the iPad,” with Browser+ HD – a feature-packed web browser that claims to be the slickest way to browse the internet on the planet.

Find out more about the applications above and check out the rest of this week’s must-have iOS apps, including Timeli and OMGuitar, over at Cult of Mac…

HackCentre Lets You Pointlessly Hack Your Game Centre Scores


A new application called HackCentre which allows a user upload any score they want to Game Centre is making its way to the Cydia store. The application supports every Game Centre compatible game available, and is demonstrated in the video above using the popular Fruit Ninja slicing game.

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Download 10 Billionth iOS App and You Could Win a $10,000 iTunes Voucher, Or Just Fill Out Entry Form


Apple’s iOS App Store is just about to hit 10 billion downloads, and the person who downloads that 10 billionth app could land themselves a $10,000 iTunes gift card as a little “thank you” from Apple. As I write this post, there are just over 200 million apps left to download. It may sound like there’s a long way to go, but if you check out the countdown on Apple’s website, you’ll be surprised by how fast that number is dropping.

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Technical Planning That Brought iPhone 4 to Verizon Took 6-9 Months


In a recent interview with Bloomberg, Verizon Communications President Lowell McAdam explained how the technical planning needed to bring the iPhone 4 to Verizon took six or nine months, while the commercial planning took just one day. McAdam told Bloomberg, “We worked probably six or nine months on the technical side of this and saw we could make this work. Then we did the commercial side. The commercial side took us a day.”

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Does Spotify’s New Partnership with Shazam Mean Service is Finally Coming to U.S.?


new partnership between Shazam and Spotify has seen the music discovery service integrate a new function into its latest app update called “Play in Spotify,” which allows users to listen to full songs within the Spotify app on their devices. The new feature is available now to both iOS and Android users in the U.K., Sweden, Norway, Finland, France, Spain and the Netherlands. However, could this new partnership spell the imminent launch of Spotify in the U.S.?

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