We absolutely adore a good wallpaper here at Cult of Mac, so we’re thrilled to share 2048px.com with you, the first website solely dedicated to offering beautiful wallpapers for the new iPad’s gorgeous Retina display.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has promised to investigate Apple’s claims of 4G connectivity for the new iPad in the United Kingdom after the Cupertino company failed to remove all references to ‘4G’ from its U.K. online store. Although the device boasts 4G capabilities, they are not available in the U.K. where there are currently no 4G networks.
Websites are looking better and better every day. You can’t just get by with one that doesn’t appeal to the eye both with the content and the design. But not everyone is a designer — and not everyone can afford one either.
Enter Sandvox, which allows users to create websites using their Mac simply and easily. And we’re about to wrap up a deal that offers you Sandvox at a 50% discount!
Apple has released iPhoto 9.2.3 today, a minor update which adds no new features, but promises to improve stability and address an issue that could cause the application to quit unexpectedly on machines with multiple user accounts.
If you’ve been looking to build a pristine — and profitable — WordPress site, we’ve got a great deal for you here at Cult of Mac that is set expire in just a few short hours. Today’s the last day to pick up The WordPress Express Course from Cult of Mac Deals so that you can acquire all the skills you need to build a killer WordPress site right away. And it’s available for only $79 while this offer stands.
That’s right…for only $79 this video course will end up saving you thousands of dollars. So if you don’t have that must-have website up and running yet, there’s no time like the present to get that going!
Apple’s iOS Safari browser has been the source of many vulnerabilities in the past, and a new discovery reveals a scary bug in the latest version of iOS. When browsing the web on iOS 5.1, there’s the potential that you could run into some address bar spoofing.
What does that mean exactly? Basically, a site URL could be displayed in the address bar that doesn’t actually match the webpage you’re visiting.
It’s the time of year where we start to remove clutter from our lives and get some serious spring cleaning done. That doesn’t just mean what’s visible in your home and office, but the stuff inside your computer — and your head as well. It’s time to take some of those ideas you have or those projects you’ve started and see them through to completion — or toss them out completely. Ands no one really likes to do the latter unless they simply don’t have the tools and time to get the job done.
Well, if you’ve been yearning to create that awesome iPhone app or game, been itching to put together that WordPress site that converts clicks into cash and have that business you’ve been wanting to start but don’t have the resources you think you need….we’ve got a chance for you to take care of all of that. That’s because we are offering you a chance to win 4 of our video tutorial courses courtesy of Cult of Mac Deals. These courses are valued at over $900!
WordPress is one of the best content management systems around. Not only does it give you oodles of control on your own domain, complete with customizable theming and plugins – but it is one of the simplest ones to use out there. It’s a tool that has helped entrepreneurs, bloggers, and businesses create over 70 million websites. And you can build and create an online presence in no time flat with it.
That said, while it is easy to put together a WordPress site getting users to come to it is a whole other ball game. That’s why having a few “insider secrets” in your bag of tricks would be a very wise move. While WordPress doesn’t involve coding a site from scratch – that’s the beauty of it – you do still need to know where to start.
The mobile Safari browser that comes baked into Apple’s iOS devices is quite possibly the best mobile browser there is. But what if you want don’t want to load mobile web pages? What if you want to enjoy websites in their entirety?
Unfortunately mobile Safari doesn’t let you do this, but a free third-party browser called Dolphin does. Here’s how to ditch the mobile web and load full, desktop websites on your iPhone.