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How to downgrade iPhone 3G to iOS 3.1.3

A lot of iPhone 3G had problems running iOS 4 on their iPhones. You can go back to iPhone OS 3.1.3 (iOS 3.1.3) by downgrading. The steps are explained at MacLife. Did you try it? How did it go? Make sure that you share your experience in the comments. How To Downgrade your iPhone 3G to iOS 3.1.3 [Mac|Life]. Arabic ...

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Countries selling unlocked iPhone 4 and their prices

With the iPhone 4 release in 17 countries today some of them are selling it unlocked directly from the Apple Online Store. We mentioned before that the UK and France Apple Stores are selling the unlocked iPhone 4 and explained how to order from the UK using an Aramex Shop and Ship address. Here is the list of countries selling ...

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Camera+: Editing Photos on iPhone 4

By now you all know that there are a ton of photo editing an manipulation app available for iOS devices. One of those apps is Camera+ a $1.99 great iPhone app that I got way back when I had my iPhone 3GS, and thought that I would never need to use it when iPhone 4 comes out, was I so ...

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iOS 4.1 beta 2 released for developers

Apple has released the second beta of the software development kit for iOS 4.1 and iOS 4.1 for the iPhone and iPod touch. It is available only for registered iPhone developers. iOS 4.1 beta 2 is available for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and iPod touch 3rd and 2nd gen. From Apple’s site: “iOS SDK 4.1 beta and ...

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Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 doesn’t supports Arabic

Actually it’s still bad. It looks like our efforts to urge Microsoft to support Arabic has paid off. According to this screenshot taken by Rami, Office for Mac 2011 will support Arabic. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition. Please follow SaudiMac on Twitter and add SaudiMac on Facebook.

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Apple releases Magic Trackpad and Multi-Touch Trackpad Update 1

Apple has released Magic Trackpad and Multi-Touch Trackpad Update 1.0 to add support for Apple’s latest accessory, the Magic Trackpad. The update also enables inertial scrolling and three-finger drag gesture in recent MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks. The following notebooks get inertial scrolling and three-finger drag gesture with this update: • MacBook (13-inch, Early 2009) • MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2009) ...

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Magic Trackpad for Windows

Apple has released the following update for running Magic Trackpad in Windows. To install this update you will need an Intel based Mac and running Windows. For 32-bit Windows: Apple Magic Trackpad Update 1.0 for Windows 32 bit. For 64-bit Windows: Apple Magic Trackpad Update 1.0 for Windows 64 bit. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition. Please ...

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eSkyGuide: Travel Info at Your Fingertips

While preparing for my vacation, I was introduced to a new app on the iPhone called eSkyGuide. The whole purpose of the application is very straight forward, it lets you navigate changes and track all your air travel plans. Using your current location it would locate nearby airports, giving you updated flight schedules, since you can lookup availabilities and flight ...

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Max OS X 10.6.4 Update for new iMacs

Apple has release a specific update for their latest iMacs released this week. The update includes the previous Mac OS X 10.6.4 update as well as the following specific fixes for iMac (Mid 2010): • Resolves compatibility and performance-related graphics issues. • Improves compatibility with large-format SDXC memory cards. • Adds support for Magic Trackpad The update is available on ...

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Apple opens Safari Extensions Gallery

With the release of Safari 5.0.1 and enabling extensions, Apple has launched the Safari Extensions Gallery to showcase the extensions available for Safari. The gallery is available on Apple’s site: Safari Extensions Gallery Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition. Please follow SaudiMac on Twitter and add SaudiMac on Facebook.

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