Every four years the world (minus the majority of the United States) turns the attention to the World Cup. If you’re one of the gazillion people who care about the World Cup here’s how you can watch every match.
There are a handful of iPad and iPhone browsers that can play Flash videos. Of the lot that do, the best solution for watching Flash videos on the iPad and iPhone is Photon Browser (iPhone $3.99 | iPad $4.99). BTW, if you’re into Flash games, the browser will handle most of the popular ones as well.
As for videos, let’s say, hypothetically, you fancied a site that gave you access to sporting events but the site used Flash videos. If you were to use Chrome or Safari you’d be poop out of luck. But, if you were to use Photon Browser you could watch every game that you so desire. Have a look…
At the end of the 2013 WWDC keynote, Apple unveiled iOS 7, the most significant re-vamp of the OS in six years. Most noticeable is the new design. Like it or not, Jon Ive has left his mark all over that fire hydrant. Beyond the design redesign a bunch of other things got updated, added, or borrowed from other mobile operating systems.
Anywho, here’s a list of features you probably already heard about, and a short list of features that may never make headlines.
If you own an iPhone that is no longer tied to a contract with AT&T, you can legally unlock your device for use on other networks (stateside or internationally) with a little help from AT&T. The process is dead simple.