September 28, 2012
Owners of the new iPhone 5 and updated iPod touch might have noticed one big change in their hardware, and it isn’t the extra screen real estate or thinner design. Apple has finally done away with the pesky 30-pin connector that was known get gather dust in the wrong areas and being jammed in the wrong way.
Their new port, known as the Lightning port, is a smaller connection which looks easier to connect but of course, will offer compatibility issues in terms of backwards compatibility. To IK Multimedia, this is old news. In anticipation for the change, they have made sure that all of their iRig devices will be compatible without any additional hardware or software changes.…
September 17, 2012
The unveiling of Apple’s next generation of devices wasn’t earth shattering, but significant changes were made that are sure to have people pre-ordering their next batch. Mainly, the iPhone 5’s design was changed by making it a bit longer. It doesn’t seem like much of an aesthetic change, but the power plant wasn’t ignored by developers either.
The new processor and increase memory means that mobile app users (musicians), will be able to use better developed applications for their gigs on the road. Android and Windows users are now left in the dust with little to offer, as app developers will surely favor a more powerful platform.…