CALIFORNIA – Now Apple is not only a king in the market of smartphones and tablets. Technology from the Cupertino giant is even more ‘richer’ than the United States Government.
Just imagine, the U.S. reportedly ‘only’ have cash amounting to USD73, 76 billion. While Apple’s cash reserves reached USD75, 87 billion. Similarly, reported Yahoo News on Saturday (30/07/2011).
With revenue of USD363, 25 billion, Apple is the second largest company in the world after the U.S. oil giant Exxon Mobil. Cupertino-based company’s business began to skyrocket in 2007 when it entered the smartphone market by launching its first iPhone.
Within three years, Apple’s successful shift the manufacturer of BlackBerry, Research In Motion, which is actually one of the pioneers of the smartphone market and could dominate that market.
But the wealth Apple really skyrocketed last year, right after they introduced the iPad, which eventually started the current era of tablet PCs. Both the iPad or iPhone is the key to Apple’s put himself on the throne the world’s highest technology.
Besides Apple, other tech companies that have large cash reserves is Microsoft with a value of $ 40 billion.
Apple’s short and long-term strategy is apparent amid recent news involving the iPhone 5 release and the first high-def Apple TV: own everything we do in life beyond sleeping or eating.
The Cupertino, California technology company earned its way into the lives of so many throughout the world with a bottoms-up strategy, integrating into the lives of consumers so that eventually the company’s products are services are not merely tools used in life, but a part of life beyond base tool function. The revolution that began with strange computers used mostly by graphic designers is now integrated into the daily lives of millions of consumers around the world in most everything they do, and the company aims to take that a bit farther, soon.
***Own the delivery tool and the distribution source for all content and e-tools. It seemed revolutionary when Apple turned its fortunes some years back with the iPod and iTunes, revolutionizing how music is bought and listened to. Then the company effectively created the app with the iPhone. Now, the company is expected to launch the Apple TV, the high-def product that will fuel what is sure to be a video version of what iTunes has become for music.
Dreamboard is now available on cydia for $2.99. Presently, it supports iPhone running iOS 4.2.1 or up.
To install the theme manager, just search “Dreamboard” on cydia to locate the hack and tap “Purchase” to get it. The installation process is very straightforward and you don’t need to do any configuration to make it work.
Download Dreamboard Theme
Dreamboard comes with a default theme called Endroid which is a HTC-like theme as you have seen in the demo. If you want to install other themes, simply launch Cydia and tap “Sections”. Scroll down and locate “Themes (Dreamboard)”. Tap on it and Cydia will show you all the available Dreamboard themes.
Unlike Winterboard, most of the Dreamboard themes are not free. The price of these themes range from $1 to $3. All of them offers a few screenshots for preview purpose. Once you purchase and install the theme, it’ll automatically appear in Dreamboard and you can just tap on it to switch the theme.
Here are two of the amazing Dreamboard themes:
If you love iPhone Theme…
You have to give Dreamboard a shot if you love theming your iPhone and show off to your friend. Though it’s a paid hack, it makes theming a lot simpler on jailbroken iPhone. It’s so easy to turn your iPhone into a HTC Android device or Window Phone. It saves me so much time and makes theming so fun.
So far I love Dreamboard. It’s impressive and worth the money. What do you think about Dreamboard? As always, feel free to leave us comment and share your thought.
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Winterboard is one of my favorite jailbreak hack and the primary reason I still jailbreak my iPhone. I know many of you also love Winterboard that lets you theme your iPhone with beautiful icons, background, keyboard, etc. It’s a great hack to make your device stand out from others.
By combining with other cydia hacks such as iBlank, five icon dock, five column springboard, you can completely revamp the iPhone’s interface and even make it look like a HTC Android device.
Drawback of Winterboard
However, if you have followed our guide to install HTC theme on your jailbroken iPhone, you know it’s not very straightforward and take you considerable amount of time to configure the theme. You have to install various hacks, perform some manual editing and move icons around to make the theme work.
Okay, you have configured a great theme and make your iPhone look like Android. But what if you want to fallback to the original iPhone home screen or switch to other themes? You probably need to go through the same procedures again.
As a normal iPhone user, you probably don’t want to go through all these complex procedures in order to setup a theme, even it’s stunning. Ideally, you can switch between themes with just a few taps.
Dreamboard Lets You Easily Switch Between Themes
Here comes the Dreamboard that targets tor bring advanced theming to ordinary users without any complex configuration. It’s an advanced theme manager for jailbroken iPhone. Once installed, you take control of Springboard and are able to change themes with a couple of taps. Before you read on, take a minute to watch the video demo and see how easy you can turn your iPhone into a HTC-like device.
Cool, right? Dreamboard makes it very easy to switch between themes in just a few seconds. No complicate procedures, no need to install other cydia hack. Just launch Dreamboard, tap on the preferred theme and that’s it! To switch back to the original theme, launch Dreamboard again and select the default theme.
iPod is a brand of a series of digital media player device that is designed and sold by Apple Computer (Hewlett-Packard also had to sell the product with the name Apple iPod + HP). The name “iPod” is also used to represent the name of one of the variants of digital media players in the circuit (this variant is now called the “iPod classic”). Most of the variants of the iPod provides a user interface (user interface) is simple to use design in the form of steering wheel (scroll wheel). iPod classic storing data on a hard drive, while other models use flash memory. Like most other music player device, the iPod can be used as an external hard drive when connected to a computer.
Tony Fadell was first inspired to make the iPod outside of Apple Computer: the time he was having trouble finding funds to finance the music player device he created.  At the time he showed it to Apple Computer, the company hired him as an independent contractor for fruition of this project. He was given the responsibility to build a team that will develop the first two generations of this device. After that the next iPod developments conducted under the auspices of Jonathan Ive, head of the industrial design group at Apple Computer.