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Following their last year release of an web app, New York-based clothing and accessory brand, Supreme has finally released an official app for iPhone and iPad. The app will send you push notifications every time our shop is updated with new items but unfortunately the Supreme webstore is currently closed ( perfect timing huh? ). However, the store will reopen on August 29th in the US, Japan and UK/Europe with Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2013 collection.
Supreme is available as an universal app ( iPhone and iPad ) for free in the app store…
Here is a first look at the upcoming collaboration with Incase. The collaborative iPhone 5 cases feature this season’s Supreme Bling Box Logo graphic. The cases come in metallic gold and silver colorways. The case is 100% bling, a little tacky, yet we appreciate the irony by Supreme on this one.
Supreme teamed up with Porter from Japan to produced an iPad case, as well as a camera/iPhone case for their Fall/Winter 2012 Collection.
Supreme has optimized their online store for the convenience of finding out your favorite items are already sold out on your iPhone. To get easy access to their shop, simply visit the site on Safari and “Add to Home Screen.” While they’re marketing it as an app, you can’t purchase it from the iTunes store. Super ratchet. Unfortunately, the brand has yet to recreate the experience of waiting in line for new drops.
Wearable gaming devices are starting to make a bigger impact on the gaming market. Addictive mobile apps and online casinos especially have begun to find ways to synergise with this modern technology. The smartwatch in particular is a sector of the wearables market which, after some initial misgivings from critics, is finding ways to improve its gaming experience.
Skullcandy’s Aviator headphones blend polycarbonate headphones cups, plush memory foam ear cushions, and premium materials previously only seen in high-fashion eyewear. Even better, they reproduce your music with superior clarity and fidelity. Any mix, any music, any destination—the Aviator delivers Skullcandy’s proprietary Supreme Sound technology with style.
If you’re checking AdMob’s statistics or even Flickr statistics, the iPhone is the supreme ruler , in the top smartphones list. On the other hand, on Amazon, Windows 7 is hotter than Harry Potter. Guess what… If you’re having trouble syncing your iPhone with a PC based on the Intel P55 chipset and running Windows 7, you’re not alone.
ATTENTION: Also read HowTo: Get Battery Percentage on iPhone 2G/3G Running OS 3.0
I know that many of you are using iPhone OS 3.0 already. Just couldnt wait for Apple to release it for all of us ( consumers ) in June. Yesterday Dr. Puttingham emailed me, and sent me a screenshot of his springboard. He enabled the numeric battery on his iPhone running iPhone OS 3.0.
I dont know about you, but im always on numeric battery, i like it better than the visual battery ( thats the way i should call it? ). I asked Dr. Puttingham how did he do that , and he explained the process to me. To be honest , i didnt quite understand, but i decided not to bother him anymore with this problem , since i dont have OS 3.0 ( im still on 2.2.1 which i hate. )
But i really want to find out how you do that. So i did a little bit of research and i found the answer. At the moment you can do it only manually, but when OS 3.0 will be oficially released , im sure you can do it via (maybe) SupremePrefs.
As i said above , you will do this manually, so prepare yourself for some SSH-ing. Before you do anything, make sure you backup this file : /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist
Next step is get the command line and run the following command : plutil -c xml1 /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.springboard.plist
Browse to /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/ and copy somewhere on your computer om.apple.springboard.plist Now you need to edit this file.Open it and search for:
Right under those lines you need to enter :
Save the file and copy it back to /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/ replacing the existing (original) file.
Now in the command line type : killall SpringBoard and voila. Numeric Battery available under iPhone OS 3.0