Google was expected to announce the new Nexus 7 at a lavish launch in New York today, but was forced to cancel as a vast hurricane looms over the East Coast. The Nexus 7 was to have been joined by a Nexus 10 tablet and LG Nexus 4 phone, so with luck the event will be rescheduled soon. More importantly, we hope that everyone affected by the hurricane comes out in one piece. The new 32GB Nexus 7 is on sale from 4.30 today at almost any shop you care to name, including gadget shops PC World, Currys, and Comet, as well as supermarkets Tesco, Asda, and Sainsburys. The 3G model will be on Three and Google Play in the middle of November -- we'll keep you posted on deals.
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Flashlight apps work by tapping into the iPhone camera's LED flash, so the light is fairly bright. Most of these apps offer similar features. You can often vary the intensity and change from a constant light to one that blinks every few seconds. Most also support the iPad and iPod Touch. Several of them cost 99 cents, but there are enough good free ones that you don't need to spend your pennies. However, many freebies do include ads, some of them rather annoying, so you may find it worth it to cough up the extra cash for an ad-free version.
You'll find a variety of flashlight apps at the App Store, Just run a search for "flashlight." For now, though, here's a quick look at five flashlight apps gold palm leaves iphone case that can serve in a pinch when you can't track down a real one, These apps naturally chew up battery power, so you wouldn't want to leave them running for hours at a stretch, But when used on and off, they can definitely help when the power is out, With Hurricane Sandy set to pound the Eastern seaboard, now seems like the right time to look at some helpful flashlight apps for the iPhone..
iPhone owners bracing for possible power outages from the "storm of the century" can make sure a flashlight is handy by downloading a virtual one onto their devices. No matter how much I try to prepare for an impending storm and loss of power, I can never seem to find a flashlight when I need one. That's why I always keep at least one flashlight app on my iPhone, which I'll certainly use if Sandy yanks my power today or tomorrow. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.