As you already know, Apple released last night the iPhone 5 and made us aware that iOS 6 will be available to the public on September 19th. However, if you have a developer account, iOS6 GM (the final version of the OS) can be downloaded and installed right away.
Here’s how to do it:
Google for iOS 6 GM (you’ll easily find the version for your iDevice) and download it.
Back up your iDevice with iTunes.
Launch iTunes (make sure it’s the latest version), click on your device then on the page that has just shown up, hold SHIFT on your keyboard if you’re on a PC or the option key on OSX and click on Check For Updates button, then point to the place where you have your iOS 6GM file and let it do it’s routine.
If necessary, restore your device from backup and sync with iTunes.
This year, Netflix viewers watched roughly 1 billion hours of videos in a just one month. This act alone speaks volumes of the tremendous amount of content viewers are soaking in every month and the ever-growing popularity of Internet videos and online streaming in today’s society.
The internet has transformed the way we watch and receive our daily dose of news, entertainment and education. Even bigger, it’s transformed how we view the television. Slowly but surely, the TV is having to face the reality of a losing battle against online streaming and viewing. A large part of that is owed to the instantaneous nature and the flexibility of online videos that TV simply can’t compete with.
While only time will tell the fate of television as we know it today, we can’t help but wonder, is the death of television coming soon? This infographic by Allison Morris at AccreditedOnlineColleges.com takes a closer look at this phenomenon and the growing trend and popularity of online videos. Check it out below!
Happy New Year to all the readers that made the below possible! See you all in 2012!
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 33,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 12 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.