Posts Tagged ‘iOS’

[iOS] iPhone 4 and the iOS 6.x firmwares

Abstract You are using an iPhone 4 and you coincidentally updated to iOS 6.1.3, which cannot be jailbroken at the moment. Since you saved the SHSH blobs you think you can restore by doing a replay APTicket attack with TinyUmbrella or Cydia. Sadly iTunes shows errors like 1600, 1601, 1602, 1604 etc. If you have […]

[iOS] Steinberg Cubasis for iPad Released

Steinberg just released an iOS App of Cubasis. The iOS version allows exporting projects to Cubase for Windows and Cubase for MacOSX. The GUI looks quite familiar to the desktop version of Cubase and we suppose, for Cubase users this is a real fun tool when being on the road. Via background midi/audio other iOS-Apps […]

[Muzaq] Fingerlab’s Drum Machine DM1 for iOS For Free

Fingerlab’s drum machine DM1 is available for free at the moment from the AppStore. So grab your copy now. The App requires iOS 6 on the iPhone or iOS 5.1.1 on the iPad. The normal pricetag was 6€ for the iPad version and 2.70€ for the iPhone version. DM1 comes with 86 electronic drum kits, […]

[iOS] Audiostreaming Between Apps via Audiobus

Good news for the App-a-holics among us. A specific audiostreaming protocol is to come to the iOS platform. It’s named Audiobus. While formerly the export to the cloud or via iTunes to the Host-PC/Mac was required, now using Audiobus we can stream audio from one app to another. Release date is december, 10th and the […]

[iOS] John Cage Piano App Released

For celebrating John Cage’s 100th birthday, the John Cage Trust just released an iOS and Android version of the CagePiano. The John Cage Official Website says: One of the many ingenious innovations of American composer/writer/artist John Cage was his creation of the “prepared piano”, in which he placed objects beneath and between the strings of […]

[Science] Recommendations For Educating Children In The iPhone Era

In his latest book “Raising generation Tech – Preparing your Children for a Media-Fueled World”, Jim Taylor, psychologist explores how nowadays technologies shape the lives of our children. He argues that many parents as digital immigrants should think twice before they use media technologies to have their children – the digital natives – entertained. According […]

[iOS] Top Ten Cydia Apps

This Top Ten List is the MetaParadigma’s Editor’s choice of Apps available solely thru Cydia. Cydia is the alternative software distribution platform available to users, who have jailbroken their iDevices. So you may ask: why jailbreaking anyway? Ain’t there enough software on the App Store? Well, let’s answer this with another question: do you wanna […]

[iOS] iPhone Enterprise Configuration Links

Do you wanna configure large numbers of iOS devices at once? Apple made some tools available for enterprise customers. Find them here: » iOS Enterprise Deployment: https://www.apple.com/support/iphone/enterprise/ » iPhone Configuration Utility (Mac OS X): http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1465 » iPhone Configuration Utility (MS Windows): http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1466

[iOS] Apps Crashing iOS 5.01

Abstract You’re running a jailbroken iOS 5.01 on an iPad 2 and you cannot use Firewall iP. Installing Firewall iP shows no indication of errors, but when you try to start it, it just splashes shortly and closes instantly. This behaviour is known to some more applications (like Safari or Mail). Workaround It looks like […]

[iOS] Finding Information About Crashed Apps

Crashes and system freezes have become an exception nowadays. However, they still do occur. Here we show you two ways of accessing detailed log information on your iOS devices. 1. Finding Logs inside of iOS This approach does not require a jailbreak. Inside the filesystem you may find logs here: Settings » General » About […]