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Apple releases iTunes 11.2

iTunes 11.2 now displays half-star ratings with half stars, rather than ½.

Posted by Galley in Greenville, SC on May 15, 2014 at 9:01 PM (CDT)

Apps: 1Password 4.5, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Health Mate 2.0 + WeMo 1.5.1

1password is $17.99. Is there an alternate version?

Posted by Anon on May 15, 2014 at 7:07 AM (CDT)

Physical mockup of iPhone 5.5" compared to iPhone 5s

Waaaaayyy too big, for my taste ... but I can’t blame Apple for entering this market, that’d be leaving money on the table.

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on May 15, 2014 at 1:30 AM (CDT)

Apple testing iPhone 6 with 1704 x 960 screen resolution

I do wish they’d just get to 1920x1080 and be done with it, especially if they really are enlarging the screen.

Posted by Chas on May 14, 2014 at 4:19 PM (CDT)

Welcome to the new iLounge.com!

@4: Click on “NEWS” directly in the orange bar, which shows you all recent news articles going back several days.

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on May 13, 2014 at 5:26 PM (CDT)

Welcome to the new iLounge.com!

I like the redesign, but unless I am missing something, I do not see a way to see older articles. The front page shows about 10 articles only. If I go to the archives, then I get a page navigation controls where I can go back and see older articles. Does one really need to go to the archives just to see yesterdays’s posts?

Posted by Shahin Kashanchi on May 13, 2014 at 11:54 AM (CDT)

Apple to raise trade-in values for iPhone 4/4S

I upgraded to a 5C two weeks ago and they offered me $199 for my 4S. I said no thanks, cause I wanted to check eBay pricing, but they told me to bring it back any time for $199.

Posted by Marcus Diddle on May 9, 2014 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

Apple awarded $119.6M, Samsung $158K in patent trial

Nice i really like this.

Posted by mobile on May 6, 2014 at 2:01 AM (CDT)

iLounge Game Spotlight: Leo's Fortune

This game is beautiful,in both looks and gameplay.The concept of the game is to get through each level in as quick a time as possible.And with continued play,you begin to understand the reason for the floaty feel to Leo.with precise timing it is possible to totally avoid some of the puzzles and traps,thus resulting in faster times.This gives the game that all important replayability.in one of the levels I played,I looked at the leaderboards online,and realised,what i thought was a flawless run by my standards,was actually,no where near the fastest times done by other players.So I went back to that level,and changed the places I jumped,and the difference this made,was remarkable.I was soon at the top of the leaderboards,on a lot of the levels.This is what I play games for,the thrill of the chase.So if you like a challenging well constructed platformer,that plays like a gamers dream,you should get this game.

Posted by Steve on May 5, 2014 at 8:17 AM (CDT)

iLounge Game Spotlight: Leo's Fortune

This game is certainly beautifu, one of the prettiest I have ever seen for iOS.  The killer is as you say, the “floatiness” of the character.  I had to give up on the game when that floatiness made it completely impossible for me to do one of the levels.  The slightest touch or hovering over the screen would send the character careening into spikes with no hope of recovery.  This, plus the fact that some levels must ideally done in one compete motion ruins the gameplay for me at times.  The game is so beautiful and well-constructed you want to slow down or stop and enjoy it, but you can’t.  This is a flaw in a lot of platform games, not just this one.

Posted by Glenn on May 5, 2014 at 6:20 AM (CDT)

Welcome to the new iLounge.com!

Thanks for the feedback, folks. There are still a number of tweaks we’re making, and bringing back the dates on the main column is definitely on that list, as well as working out the other bugs.

Posted by Jesse Hollington in Toronto on May 2, 2014 at 8:31 AM (CDT)

Welcome to the new iLounge.com!

On the main iLounge page, the dates of articles no longer appear underneath the clickable article headline.  Please consider restoring these dates. 

Otherwise, the new layout is great, and I really appreciate the careful thought that went into the website redesign.  I visit iLounge often, and the new site design provides an even nicer experience.

Posted by Ron Cronovich on May 1, 2014 at 2:34 PM (CDT)

Welcome to the new iLounge.com!

Well done!  I like the new layout, and navigating the site seems much snappier now. (now, if you could just get the human verification process for adding comments working smoothly ...)

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on April 30, 2014 at 2:25 PM (CDT)

Apple offers to replace faulty iPhone 5 sleep buttons

Just took mine back to a Apple Store.  If it is under APPLECARE you get a new phone on the spot.  Not under Warr, it gets sent out.

Posted by Rick on April 29, 2014 at 10:25 AM (CDT)

Apps: Bonsai Slice, Bounsy, IMDb 4.2 + The Weather Channel 6.0

The Weather Channel app is terrible, just like the new AccuWeather app.

Posted by Galley in Greenville, SC on April 27, 2014 at 8:06 AM (CDT)

Siri coming to Apple TV?

Use your phone or iPad and you’ll have one built in.

Posted by Rob on April 24, 2014 at 3:58 PM (CDT)

Siri coming to Apple TV?

A GPS locator for the remote would be more useful with my children.

Posted by Anthony Hunt on April 24, 2014 at 6:07 AM (CDT)

Apps: 1Password 4.5, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Health Mate 2.0 + WeMo 1.5.1

“It’s not a bad game, but with a bit of extra polish, it could have been a great one.”

That pretty much sums up every Gameloft game.

Posted by Person on April 23, 2014 at 2:02 PM (CDT)

Apps: Baby Bundle, Breeze, Helpouts + iOOTP Baseball 2014

I agree with Bruce.

Posted by Galley in Greenville, SC on April 18, 2014 at 7:18 PM (CDT)

Apps: Baby Bundle, Breeze, Helpouts + iOOTP Baseball 2014

“The only thing you don’t get to do is actually play the game, as iOOTP 14 is strictly a simulation.”  Say what?  I hate to break this to you, but manipulating joysticks and hitting “swing” buttons is not actually playing the game either: RBI Baseball 14 is also a simulator.  In iOOTP, you get to play the game as a manager (if you want).  Is this the time to change pitchers?  Should I pitch to this guy or pitch around him?  Steal?  Bunt?  Hit and run?  Bring in defensive players with a late lead?  Guard the lines in the late innings?  iOOTP can put you in the game, and most of its fans would argue it puts you MORE in the game than the reaction time/joystick contests.

Posted by Bruce McIntyre on April 18, 2014 at 8:03 AM (CDT)

iOS 8: Healthbook as aggregator, faster camera speed

Gimmick? Maybe.  USA-only?  Not sure how Healthbook could be beneficial to just us yanks.  But I agree that a lot of these iOS bells ‘n whistles are crud that would be nice to be able to delete, rather than moving to the last available screen.

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on April 16, 2014 at 8:56 PM (CDT)

iWatch poll ends, first accessory poll begins

Seems that some of us might need a “None of the above” choice, if tracking the relative volume of people who don’t buy any accessories at all, or nothing other than a case.

Posted by rockmyplimsoul on April 16, 2014 at 8:46 PM (CDT)

iOS 8: Healthbook as aggregator, faster camera speed

Call me a cynic, but isn’t this just another USA-only gimmick App, that will never be used, like Passbook, Stocks and NewsStand - something the everyone just wants to delete but can’t?

Posted by Anthony Hunt on April 8, 2014 at 6:59 AM (CDT)

Nest Protect subject to safety issue, sales halted

The Nest Wave feature was the one feature that convinced me to buy the product. I have two of them. If the wave to stop feature is not restored quickly, I will be asking Nest for my money back. I can use other resources to monitor my house remotely, but no one likes digging out a broom to disable an alarm that is accidentally triggered.

This is strike two. The first strike was selling to Google. If there is a strike three, I will replace my Nest thermostat and fire alarms, and they will be “outta here.”

Posted by Steve on April 4, 2014 at 10:14 AM (CDT)

iLounge Game Spotlight: Sometimes You Die

Great review. You don’t have to go through the whole game to get to the hidden levels, just one room back.

Posted by Philipp on March 29, 2014 at 12:13 PM (CDT)

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