Daily Archives: June 7, 2015

Fresh WWDC 2015 Wallpapers

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Tomorrow, Apple begins the annual Worldwide Developer Conference with a keynote that will be live streamed across le world. A long list of what-if’s shroud the conference this year, with little or no details about any upcoming features or releases. Of course, we expect updates to iOS 9, OS X, and potentially Watch OS. A new Apple Music service will most likely be launched, but less expected is a refresh to Apple TV and a new streaming media service. For full details, make sure to read through Cody’s expansive round up.

Celebrating the upcoming conference, we previously released a set of wallpapers that were inspired by the WWDC invitations. Today’s selection is a mixture that is inspired both by the invitation and the banners now hanging on San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Step inside to get your new images.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens LEGO Sets Revealed

Star Wars: The Force Awakens LEGO sets have been confirmed, and you won’t have to wait very long to build them.

French Star Wars LEGO enthusiast site Hoth Bricks published the set list featuring a number of the film’s most prominent vehicles.

These sets are scheduled to release on September 4, 2015. Sadly, no images were included.

  • Rey’s Speeder – 193 pieces; $20/€30
  • The First Order Snow Speeder – 444 pieces; $40/€55
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New Images for Assassin’s Creed, BvS and More

A number of promo images from the upcoming Assassin’s Creed, Terminator, Angry Birds, and DC Comics movies have been revealed.

Each of them come courtesy of License! Magazine, a publication for executives inside the entertainment licensing industry.

First is Terminator Genisys, the upcoming film in the long-running Terminator franchise starring Emilia Clarke, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jai Courtney, and Jason Clarke. Genisys opens on June 30. To learn more, read IGN’s 2015 summer movie preview.

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The jailbreak tweaks of the week

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Like every Sunday, we roundup all the tweaks that were released on Cydia during the week that just ended, making it an easy and convenient way for you to see what’s new, without having to scroll through dozens of font packages you’ll never use. … Read the rest of this post here


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This week on iDB: iOS 8.3 jailbreak, WWDC preview, and more

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Like every Sunday, we get to take a look at some of the most popular posts that were published on iDB during the week that just ended. Whether it is a news item, a new jailbreak tweak, a tutorial, or an app review, we sum it all up in one convenient place for you.

As always, if you like what you’re reading, please feel free to spread the love by sharing our posts on your favorite social network.

We’re usually hanging out a lot on Twitter and Facebook, more rarely on Google+.

Don’t forget to listen to the latest episode of our new podcast, Let’s Talk iOS:

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Asteroid Named After Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy has been immortalized as a celestial body.

Asteroid 4864 has been dubbed 4864 Nimoy in honor of the late Star Trek actor. Part of the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, Slate reports 4864 Nimoy is roughly 10km across (approx. 6 miles) and orbits the Sun every 3.9 years. It was first discovered in 1988.

Nimoy is best known for his role as Spock, the half-human, half-Vulcan officer from the original Star Trek television show and movies. This show was well-known for being science fiction borrowing heavily from science fact to construct its premise and episodes, and many modern scientists attribute their interest in the field to the original television show. Thus, it makes sense to give the late Mr. Nimoy’s namesake a formation important to modern astronomy.

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