iFonebox for Windows is released this morning,iPhone/iPad/iPod users can use this powerful ios data recover tool to restore deleted/lost data include contacts,sms message,notes,photos,calendar,etc in a few steps. Moreover, iFonebox supports the latest iOS 7.1 too.

What can iFonebox do?  You can get to know it from the list below: (more…)

Apple has agreed to back a new initiative along with a host of Android manufacturers and all of the major U.S. cellular carriers that would require all smartphones manufactured after July 2015 to come with specific anti-theft features. The program is the latest attempt to prevent theft of smartphones, which some have blamed for increasing crime rates.

To this end, Apple introduced a first-of-its-kind system in iOS 7 that blocks freshly-restored iPhones from being used until the original owner logs in with the Apple ID associated with the device. Today’s agreement between the carriers and handset manufacturers essentially states that all parties will ship this exact type of system on new phones.

Specifically, the required anti-theft measures are broken into four kinds:

1、A remote-wipe feature (like the one included with the Find My iPhone service)
2、A remote-lock feature (like the PIN code setting included with Find My iPhone)

3、A restore-blocking feature that can prevent unauthorized attempts to wipe the phone and use it (like iOS 7′s Activation Lock)

4、And the ability to restore the original owner’s data upon recovery of the device (such as from an iCloud or iTunes backup)

As you can see from the points above, Apple’s Find My iPhone and Activation Lock services are already in full compliance with the agreement. These security measures must be included with the phone at the time of purchase, or available for download from the App Store or a similar software market.

The following companies that have agreed to this program, as per the CTIA announcement earlier today:

Apple Inc.; Asurion; AT&T; Google Inc.; HTC America, Inc.; Huawei Device USA;Motorola Mobility LLC; Microsoft Corporation; Nokia, Inc.; Samsung Telecommunications America, L.P.; Sprint Corporation; T-Mobile USA; U.S. Cellular; and Verizon Wireless.

The program is voluntary (for now), though legislators have previously tried to enforce such requirements by law.


KGI Research analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a timeline indicating that Apple is planning a massive rollout for multiple new products in Q3 2014. According to the Kuo, the only thing we can expect to see in the first half of the year is a small iMac update. Starting at the end of the third quarter and continuing into the beginning of the fourth, however, Apple will update most of its product lineup: iPad Air and mini, the Apple TV, and the MacBook family. (more…)

Best iPhone and iPad games of March 2014

April 8th, 2014 | Posted by Cindy in Games - (0 Comments)

Are you looking for some interesting games to download on your iPad?  Here’s a list of best iPhone and iPad games of March 2014.

First Strike (more…)

There has been no shortage of rumors that the iPhone 6 will have a big screen ranging from 4.7-inches to over 5 inches. But why is Apple doing this? They just changed the display size from 3.5-inches to 4-inches and another screen size increase could present a headache for developers, casemakers and the whole ecosystem. an internal presentation from Apple explains why the iPhone again needs to get bigger.

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It’s impossible to keep up with them all, but it’s not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we’ve got updates to an air travel app, a lane-strategy game, a music creation app, and more.

New and updated iOS apps

App in the Air: The air travel app updates with a small redesign of the search field and and a couple of fixes. Free - Download Now (more…)