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Best of SaudiMac for November 2010

There is no doubt that iOS 4.2 is the highlight of November. The update improved the iPad a lot and added more functionality to iOS devices. Just like last month here are the most important posts on SaudiMac for the month of November 2010: • Play your iOS Content on the TV with AirPlay. • Printing from iPhone, iPad with ...

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Router Maintenance in the Next 3 Days

For the next 3 days the data center where SaudiMac.com is hosted will perform maintenance on the routers. This update will add more routing rules. That hopefully means visitors who had issues accessing SaudiMac using STC DSL (2.88/14) will be able to access the site normally. SaudiMac.com should be up during these maintenance but we are notifying you in case ...

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iPad is Amazing ad by Apple [video]

Apple has released a new ad for the their iPad. The ad is titled “iPad is Amazing” and, just like the “iPad is delicious“, “iPad is Musical” & “iPad is Electric” ads, it shows off some of the iPad apps and features including iOS 4.2 features such as multi-tasking, AirPrint and AirPlay. The ad describes the iPad as creating, printing, ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Quietly Launched in Saudi Arabia

According to a GM from STC on Twitter, the Saudi Telecom Company has started selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android 7-inch tablet in Saudi Arabia. Arabic is supported, but the official Arabic support in Android is still missing. Samsung Galaxy Tab is sold for SR 2,949 with free 6 months of 250MB/month which is weird considering how STC offered 1 ...

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Printing from iPhone, iPad with AirPrint

iOS 4.2 introduced many features including AirPrint which makes it easier to print directly from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. All you need to do is connect your iOS device to the same network as the AirPrint-enabled printer then choose print within the app. Many apps were updated to support AirPrint. AirPrint is currently available on the following printers: ...

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2Do Updated with MobileMe OTA Sync

2Do, a popular task management Universal App, was updated with iOS 4.2 support and background sync. The update also includes the ability to sync your tasks over the air using MobileMe. MobileMe sync cost an additional $2.99 in-app-purchase. 2Do 2.4 features include: *MobileMe direct OTA (Over The Air) Sync option in Sync > Settings. This requires a one-time in-app purchase ...

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Black Friday iOS and Mac Discounts

MacStories has compiled a huge list of today’s offers, discounts and promos related to today’s Black Friday sales. Most of the offers presented are available on the App Store. There are many other offers for Mac software and accessories as well. MacStories Black Friday Guide: 120 Great iOS Apps [Update: Mac Apps, Gadgets] [MacStories]. Make sure to also check the ...

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Cut the Rope Updated with 25 New Levels

The popular and addictive game Cut the Rope was updated to include more levels and iOS 4.2 support. Here’s what’s new in Cut the Rope and Cut the Rope HD 1.1: Gorgeous Full Retina Display Graphics! Brand new ‘Cosmic Box’ containing 25 extra challenging levels New ‘anti-gravity’ feature Even cuter Om Nom expressions Scoring system optimized 11 new achievements 1 ...

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Play your iOS Content on the TV with AirPlay

AirPlay was introduced with iOS 4.2 to help stream your content on compatible devices like an Apple TV for example. You can also stream audio to any supported devices. It has been called AirTunes but Apple renamed it to AirPlay. To be able to stream video from your iOS device you need to install iOS 4.2 and update your Apple ...

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Apple TV 4.1 Update with Security Fixes

Apple has released an update for the second generation Apple TV. The update adds support for AirPlay, a feature of iOS 4.2 for iOS devices. Apple TV 4.1 also fixes some security issues according to The Mac Observer. To install the update on your Apple TV go to Settings then General then About. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac ...

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