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    iPad mini 2 with Retina display review

    iPad mini 2 with Retina display review

    The new iPad mini has arrived, bringing with it a host of key changes which could well keep it at the top of the tree in the world of smaller tablets, and the big and expected news is the inclusion of the much-desired Retina display.
    A much-improved screen, a huge step up in processing power (hello A7, glad to see you could join us) and connectivity, and improvements to the camera make the iPad mini 2 with Retina a hugely improved tablet on the original.



    The company's bullish stance that the mini did not NEED the "resolutionary" feature brought inevitable cynicism from journalists (including us) who suggested that this argument would dissipate by the time the new iPad mini arrived.



    Clearer than ever

    Inevitably, Retina has indeed now made its way to the new iPad mini, and that makes perhaps the most obvious difference to the tablet.

    Retina has always held the power to impress, making the likes of the iPhone 4 a fundamentally improved handset and the arrival of the technology for the updated iPad mini is a key moment for the device.

    For photographers, aesthetes or merely those that like their display as crisp and clear as possible the arrival of retina is hugely important.
    We already loved the iPad mini but it always seemed like it was in a holding pattern waiting for a better screen, and lo and behold the new iPad mini has become a truly beautiful device, still portable, still well proportioned but now boasting a screen that is fantastic.
    And it genuinely is a fundamental change for this device. Our time with the iPad mini was enough to convince us that we were right to be upset at no Retina display on the original, because it's as stunning as expected on its successor.



    You might imagine that the improved display comes at a cost, just as its big brother's move to Retina did, adding bulk and heft to incorporate the technology and battery that could deal with the "resolutionary" screen.
    But in practical hands on terms the difference is negligible, and in our time with the new iPad mini we did not find the changes made it any less portable or uncomfortable to use.

    It's also important to note that a fantastic high resolution screen is no longer the domain of just Apple. 

           


    Camera

    There weren't a lot of differences to talk up with the iPad mini 2, with a 5MP iSight camera and backside illumination the big features once again.
    For the larger iPad the use of the camera is pretty divisive - and we have to confess we're not the biggest fans of using a big tablet to capture moments despite it becoming a common sight.


    On the new Apple mini this is obviously less of an issue although many will feel self conscious at using a tablet as a primary camera. The photos that we took in our time with the iPad mini were obviously in less than ideal conditions and yet were still pretty good.
    This isn't going to (nor should it) replace your primary camera, but for every-day quick snaps it's a step up from the original iPad mini and perfectly acceptable. In our full review we'll be able to do better tests in a mix of conditions, but it's certainly an improvement.
    While Apple hasn't fundamentally changed the design here, it's still a decent enough snapper, and if you're so inclined to take pictures with a tablet.




    Faster, better,Awsme

    The addition of the improved screen obviously makes the better camera much more satisfying, mainly because you can really see the quality (or not) of your efforts.
    The arrival of the A7 for the iPad mini was always likely and it should be made clear that the latest Apple chip's appearance in the second iteration of the smaller slate is a massive step up, as well as helping make that screen all the better.
    The original iPad mini came with the A5 chip and 512 MB RAM found in the iPad 2 - which was effectively scaled down to become the new form factor, so it was always likely that Apple would seek to update its little slate to a level where it can compete with its peers.




    The jump to an A7 chip makes the mini a seriously powerful device - a tablet that packs a real punch under its sleek hood - bringing 64-bit architecture and taking the iPad a step closer to the power of a laptop.
    In real terms, the faster processor will make a big difference to the performance and battery life and for people upgrading from the original, it should be an immediate and visible boost to the way in which the mini handles.
    In our time with the device it was blasting in and out of apps quickly and efficiently with no discernible problems and, thankfully, even the access to the App Store was speedy.

        

                                                                       Thanakyou ......
                                                                         by .jabir velom

    iPad mini 2 with Retina display review

    Posted by jabir p No comments

    iPad mini 2 with Retina display review

    The new iPad mini has arrived, bringing with it a host of key changes which could well keep it at the top of the tree in the world of smaller tablets, and the big and expected news is the inclusion of the much-desired Retina display.
    A much-improved screen, a huge step up in processing power (hello A7, glad to see you could join us) and connectivity, and improvements to the camera make the iPad mini 2 with Retina a hugely improved tablet on the original.



    The company's bullish stance that the mini did not NEED the "resolutionary" feature brought inevitable cynicism from journalists (including us) who suggested that this argument would dissipate by the time the new iPad mini arrived.



    Clearer than ever

    Inevitably, Retina has indeed now made its way to the new iPad mini, and that makes perhaps the most obvious difference to the tablet.

    Retina has always held the power to impress, making the likes of the iPhone 4 a fundamentally improved handset and the arrival of the technology for the updated iPad mini is a key moment for the device.

    For photographers, aesthetes or merely those that like their display as crisp and clear as possible the arrival of retina is hugely important.
    We already loved the iPad mini but it always seemed like it was in a holding pattern waiting for a better screen, and lo and behold the new iPad mini has become a truly beautiful device, still portable, still well proportioned but now boasting a screen that is fantastic.
    And it genuinely is a fundamental change for this device. Our time with the iPad mini was enough to convince us that we were right to be upset at no Retina display on the original, because it's as stunning as expected on its successor.



    You might imagine that the improved display comes at a cost, just as its big brother's move to Retina did, adding bulk and heft to incorporate the technology and battery that could deal with the "resolutionary" screen.
    But in practical hands on terms the difference is negligible, and in our time with the new iPad mini we did not find the changes made it any less portable or uncomfortable to use.

    It's also important to note that a fantastic high resolution screen is no longer the domain of just Apple. 

           


    Camera

    There weren't a lot of differences to talk up with the iPad mini 2, with a 5MP iSight camera and backside illumination the big features once again.
    For the larger iPad the use of the camera is pretty divisive - and we have to confess we're not the biggest fans of using a big tablet to capture moments despite it becoming a common sight.


    On the new Apple mini this is obviously less of an issue although many will feel self conscious at using a tablet as a primary camera. The photos that we took in our time with the iPad mini were obviously in less than ideal conditions and yet were still pretty good.
    This isn't going to (nor should it) replace your primary camera, but for every-day quick snaps it's a step up from the original iPad mini and perfectly acceptable. In our full review we'll be able to do better tests in a mix of conditions, but it's certainly an improvement.
    While Apple hasn't fundamentally changed the design here, it's still a decent enough snapper, and if you're so inclined to take pictures with a tablet.




    Faster, better,Awsme

    The addition of the improved screen obviously makes the better camera much more satisfying, mainly because you can really see the quality (or not) of your efforts.
    The arrival of the A7 for the iPad mini was always likely and it should be made clear that the latest Apple chip's appearance in the second iteration of the smaller slate is a massive step up, as well as helping make that screen all the better.
    The original iPad mini came with the A5 chip and 512 MB RAM found in the iPad 2 - which was effectively scaled down to become the new form factor, so it was always likely that Apple would seek to update its little slate to a level where it can compete with its peers.




    The jump to an A7 chip makes the mini a seriously powerful device - a tablet that packs a real punch under its sleek hood - bringing 64-bit architecture and taking the iPad a step closer to the power of a laptop.
    In real terms, the faster processor will make a big difference to the performance and battery life and for people upgrading from the original, it should be an immediate and visible boost to the way in which the mini handles.
    In our time with the device it was blasting in and out of apps quickly and efficiently with no discernible problems and, thankfully, even the access to the App Store was speedy.

        

                                                                       Thanakyou ......
                                                                         by .jabir velom

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    How to add Facebook Comment Box in Blogger with notification enabled

                                                                                                                                                                                                            


    How to add Facebook Comment Box in blog
    same like this
    \/
    There are about five step to get this done but chill out, it's easy, ok? :] just follow the steps and you'll have a nice facebook comment box installed on your blog in no time

    1.Creating a Facebook Application

    i. head on to Facebook developer page, you should create a new app by clicking the followed link  facebook developer


    ii. Enter your application name and namespace,input the capcha code and proceed.


    iii. On the next page, enter your custom domain name (if you're using blogspot sub domain)

    For app website, Enter you blog URL.(http://jpmoviez.co.nr) or http://drmobifix.blogspot.ae/  Be sure it starts with http:// and ends with / as shown in the screenshot below




    iv. Scroll down a bit and hit the save changes button 
    you should see your application ID copy it and save somewhere
    be need it.

    Now let's head to your blog and finish this up

    2.Adding the codes to your template

    We're adding four sets of codes into your template to make this work the way we want, aight?

    For doing this first go to Blogger>settings>comment> and then choose emped comments below posts. After doing this follow the tutorial below.

    Log in to your blogger account and click on template>Edit HTML

    i. press Ctrl+F And search for <html and just after it give a space and add this code

        xmlns:fb='http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml'           





    ii. Press Ctrl+F on key bord and search for <body>

     Note: in new Blogger desighned templates the same code look like this
        


           <body expr:class='&quot;loading&quot; + data:blog.mobileClass'>



    Find any one of these codes and just after it paste the code   given below,

           



    <div id="fb-root"></div> 
    <script>
    window.fbAsyncInit = functionundefined) {
    FB.initundefined{
    appId : 'YOUR APPLICATION ID HERE',
    status : true, // check login status
    cookie : true, // enable cookies to allow the server to access the session
    xfbml : true // parse XFBML
    });
    };
    undefinedfunctionundefined) {
    var e = document.createElementundefined'script');
    e.src = document.location.protocol + '//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js';
    e.async = true;
    document.getElementByIdundefined'fb-root').appendChildundefinede);
    }undefined));

    </script>



        ♥ Replace YOUR APPLICATION ID HERE with your facebook application ID that you               saved


    iii. Now press ctrl+f and search </head> and just abow paste following code,





    <meta expr:content='data:blog.pageTitle' property='og:title'/> 
    <meta expr:content='data:blog.url' property='og:url'/> 
    <meta content='Dr:mobifix' property='og:site_name'/> 
    <meta content='BLOG-LOGO-IMAGE-LINK' property='og:image'/> 
    <meta content='YOUR_APP_ID ' property='fb:app_id'/>
    <meta content='http://www.facebook.com/mazhavilforyou' property='fb:admins'/>
    <meta content='article' property='og:type'/>


       Replace Dr:mobifix with your blog title/Name.
       Replace BLOG-LOGO-IMAGE-LINK with the image link of your logo. Your logo will look    good if it is in gif format and having this size -> 40px by 40px . This logo will appear next to    your post title on Facebook profiles of your visitors like this,
       Replace YOUR_APP_ID with the your Facebook Application ID that you saved in           
      notepad

       Replace http://www.facebook.com/mazhavilforyou with your Facebook user profile    link




    iv Now Press Ctrl+F and Search for this,

    <b:includable id='comment-form' var='post'>




    <b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'> <div style='padding:0px 0px 0px 0px; margin:0px 0px 0px 0px;'><script src='http://connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1'/> <div> <fb:comments colorscheme='light' expr:href='data:post.url' expr:title='data:post.title' expr:xid='data:post.id' width='520'/></div> <div style='color:#fff; background-color:#3B5998;border: solid 1px #ddd; font-size:10px; padding:3px; width:510px;'>Facebook Blogger Plugin: By <b><a alt='Jabir velom' href='http://www.drmobifix.blogspot.com/' style='text-decoration:underline; color:#fff;' target='_blank' title='jabir velom'>fb.com/jabir.parappil.7</a></b></div></div> </b:if>





    • If you want to use the dark scheme then simply replace light with dark
    • To change the Comments box size, change this value width='520'
    • To change the footer credits size, change this value width:510px
    • Keep a difference of 10 pixels between the box size and footer size. For example if you set box-size to width='600' then set footer-size to width:590px

    How to add Facebook Comment Box in Blogger with notification enabled

    Posted by jabir p No comments

                                                                                                                                                                                                            


    How to add Facebook Comment Box in blog
    same like this
    \/
    There are about five step to get this done but chill out, it's easy, ok? :] just follow the steps and you'll have a nice facebook comment box installed on your blog in no time

    1.Creating a Facebook Application

    i. head on to Facebook developer page, you should create a new app by clicking the followed link  facebook developer


    ii. Enter your application name and namespace,input the capcha code and proceed.


    iii. On the next page, enter your custom domain name (if you're using blogspot sub domain)

    For app website, Enter you blog URL.(http://jpmoviez.co.nr) or http://drmobifix.blogspot.ae/  Be sure it starts with http:// and ends with / as shown in the screenshot below




    iv. Scroll down a bit and hit the save changes button 
    you should see your application ID copy it and save somewhere
    be need it.

    Now let's head to your blog and finish this up

    2.Adding the codes to your template

    We're adding four sets of codes into your template to make this work the way we want, aight?

    For doing this first go to Blogger>settings>comment> and then choose emped comments below posts. After doing this follow the tutorial below.

    Log in to your blogger account and click on template>Edit HTML

    i. press Ctrl+F And search for <html and just after it give a space and add this code

        xmlns:fb='http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml'           





    ii. Press Ctrl+F on key bord and search for <body>

     Note: in new Blogger desighned templates the same code look like this
        


           <body expr:class='&quot;loading&quot; + data:blog.mobileClass'>



    Find any one of these codes and just after it paste the code   given below,

           



    <div id="fb-root"></div> 
    <script>
    window.fbAsyncInit = functionundefined) {
    FB.initundefined{
    appId : 'YOUR APPLICATION ID HERE',
    status : true, // check login status
    cookie : true, // enable cookies to allow the server to access the session
    xfbml : true // parse XFBML
    });
    };
    undefinedfunctionundefined) {
    var e = document.createElementundefined'script');
    e.src = document.location.protocol + '//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js';
    e.async = true;
    document.getElementByIdundefined'fb-root').appendChildundefinede);
    }undefined));

    </script>



        ♥ Replace YOUR APPLICATION ID HERE with your facebook application ID that you               saved


    iii. Now press ctrl+f and search </head> and just abow paste following code,





    <meta expr:content='data:blog.pageTitle' property='og:title'/> 
    <meta expr:content='data:blog.url' property='og:url'/> 
    <meta content='Dr:mobifix' property='og:site_name'/> 
    <meta content='BLOG-LOGO-IMAGE-LINK' property='og:image'/> 
    <meta content='YOUR_APP_ID ' property='fb:app_id'/>
    <meta content='http://www.facebook.com/mazhavilforyou' property='fb:admins'/>
    <meta content='article' property='og:type'/>


       Replace Dr:mobifix with your blog title/Name.
       Replace BLOG-LOGO-IMAGE-LINK with the image link of your logo. Your logo will look    good if it is in gif format and having this size -> 40px by 40px . This logo will appear next to    your post title on Facebook profiles of your visitors like this,
       Replace YOUR_APP_ID with the your Facebook Application ID that you saved in           
      notepad

       Replace http://www.facebook.com/mazhavilforyou with your Facebook user profile    link




    iv Now Press Ctrl+F and Search for this,

    <b:includable id='comment-form' var='post'>




    <b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;'> <div style='padding:0px 0px 0px 0px; margin:0px 0px 0px 0px;'><script src='http://connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1'/> <div> <fb:comments colorscheme='light' expr:href='data:post.url' expr:title='data:post.title' expr:xid='data:post.id' width='520'/></div> <div style='color:#fff; background-color:#3B5998;border: solid 1px #ddd; font-size:10px; padding:3px; width:510px;'>Facebook Blogger Plugin: By <b><a alt='Jabir velom' href='http://www.drmobifix.blogspot.com/' style='text-decoration:underline; color:#fff;' target='_blank' title='jabir velom'>fb.com/jabir.parappil.7</a></b></div></div> </b:if>





    • If you want to use the dark scheme then simply replace light with dark
    • To change the Comments box size, change this value width='520'
    • To change the footer credits size, change this value width:510px
    • Keep a difference of 10 pixels between the box size and footer size. For example if you set box-size to width='600' then set footer-size to width:590px

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    Ennai thaalaatta varuvaala..
    nenj poomanjam tharuvaalo
    Thanka Theeroottam varuvaalo
    ennai ee maattam tharuvaalo


    Watch Song....



        

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