Apple has finally unveiled the iPhone 5. Check out the full preview in the video below.
Game Name: Touch Fly
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If you can imagine it, you can build it. Now you can create worlds on the go with the Pocket Edition of Minecraft. Pocket Edition allows you to build on the go. Use many different types of blocks to create masterpieces while you're waiting at the doctors office, or on a long and boring flight. The possibilities are endless. Minecraft Pocket Edition lets you move beyond the limits of your computer and play Minecraft anywhere you go.
Features of Minecraft Pocket Edition:
- Randomized worlds
- Build anything you can imagine
- Build with 36 different kinds of blocks Invite and play with friends to your world (local wireless network)
- Save multi-player worlds on your own phone
You can purchase Minecraft Pocket Edition on the Apple iPhone through iTunes for $10.
9to5Mac is reporting that the iPhone 5, the slightly taller, wider and thinner version is seeing production and design delays. Therefore, the iPhone 5 may see shortages all the way into 2012. The iPhone 5 is on route, but there is still no concrete release date. The best way to pick up an iPhone 5 would be to pre-order it as soon as it is possible.
Joel Simkhai has launched a new iPhone app which allows dating in real time, here are a few quotes:
"Blendr is essentially a new way to meet new people," said Simkhai, founder and chief executive of the Los Angeles-based company behind Grindr and Blendr. "We're helping you connect with the people in your immediate surroundings.
"You can actually see people in the same room, at the same restaurant, at the same gym, at the same supermarket," he continued. "People who are very, very close to you and are within walking distance."
"You talk to your friends, you talk to your family, you share photos, you share links, but you're staying in this closed network," he said.
"And so we said to ourselves 'Let's combine social and location and let you meet new people,'" he said. "Let's help you get outside your network."
"A lot of traditional dating and social networking is very much a computer-based experience," he said. "It's not real time.
"With Blendr, if you go from one part of town to another, one block to the next, you'll see a new set of people," he said. "It's changing in real time."
Blendr is currently available for the iPhone, the iPod Touch and the iPad and as a Facebook application and Simkhai hopes to come out soon with a version for smartphones powered by Google's Android software.