If you’re in need of some fresh ringtones and alerts for your iOS device, today is your lucky day. On Sept. 10, 2013, Apple released the Golden Master version of iOS 7 to developers and loaded it with a bunch of new wallpapers, ringtones, and alerts. Unfortunately, iOS 7 won’t be released to the public until Sept. 18, 2013, but if you’d like to check out all of the new tones, I’ve got a little treat for you.
Apple News & Rumors
Apple has released iOS 7 GM to registered developers. The new update includes a ton of new and exciting wallpapers and sounds. Okay, maybe it’s not that exciting, but it sure is new. Check out my video overview of the new ringtones and wallpapers above, and if you’d like, I’ve made all of iOS 7′s new wallpapers available for download! Just tap, hold, and save!
On this episode of Building The Ultimate Mac mini, we’re taking a look at the Kingston HyperX 3K SSD. This is a beastly solid state drive that can achieve read and write speeds well over 500MB/s. In a future video we’ll be cloning the HDD to this SSD and installing it into the Mac mini. Check out the above video for a hands-on look at this HyperX SSD upgrade kit.
Check out MagBak, the world’s thinnest iPad mount. This accessories will mount your iPad to almost any metal surface and also non-metal surfaces using the included o-ring adapter. I had a chance to catch up with Alex the creator here at my office and discuss his near-successful Kickstarter campaign.
I think this is the third or fourth week in a row I’ve done a giveaway, but all of you seem to enjoy them, so why stop? This week, you’ll have an opportunity to win one of two LifeProof Frē cases. For more details, continue reading.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be putting together a new video series called, “Building The Ultimate Mac mini.” This series revolves around upgrading a Mac mini as much as possible to create a Mac that’s almost better than any of Apple’s build-to-order minis. Let’s take a look at some of the parts that we’ll be using.