Despite its age, World of Warcraft is still going strong. Obviously, leveling has remain an issue for both factions. No matter if you are Horde or Alliance, you will still find it rather time-consuming to get to the level cap. And the reason for this is quite interesting.
Since the game has gotten so big, you literary have to spend a lot of time doing quests and going from one zone to the other. A clear indication of this is the fact that most players are getting a leveling guide now simply because they want to level faster. Not because they don’t know how to level, which was an issue back in the day.And that brings me to the point of this. Since so many extra levels have been added in WoW, the first areas in the game received several changes. The most important one is the experience boosts.
The first level range, which is 1-60, give a lot more experience from random kills and from quests too. But even with that boost, you can still waste a lot of time here if you don’t know which quests to do and in what order.And that is why it is important to have a leveling guide for your Horde characters. You will be able to follow a very fast quest path that will get you to level 60 a lot faster. Since the quests and the mobs give so much more experience, you only need to be able to complete the quests fast.
That way you will finish with this level range pretty fast.For the rest of the levels, a Horde leveling guide is also very useful. There are plenty of zones where the quests are scattered all over the map and they take you from one area to the other. Without a planned route, you will wander the entire map and only finish a few quests. Mostly because you will find different settlements and accept the quests from there too.Once you enter Cataclysm, you will definitely need the assistance of a level guide. You will need to complete a lot of quests every level to advance. There is no shortage of quests, you just need to know which ones to do and which ones to avoid. There are plenty of epic quests which can take a while to finish and you won’t receive anything impressive from them.Since they don’t cost so much, a Horde leveling guide can make your 1-85 journey a lot faster. Plus it will be a lot easier since you only follow the on-screen instructions from the guide.
I have used this guide so many times I couldn’t help but share it!
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Great stuff! This was with the iPhone 3gs and it still worked. The new iphone 5 is actually going to have this feature so i thought id show you guys what it looks like from under the water!
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Liquipel was one of the most attractive things during CES held this year. With this advanced technology, a user can make his devices such as smartphones waterproof. It is also speculated that some smartphones that are about to be released are going to use this technology at the time of release itself.
Today’s iPhone has published news saying that, the Samsung Galaxy SIII and the next generation Apple iPhone will also come with this technology at the time of their release. In accordance with this the insurance policies are also expected to change.
It is strongly propagated that Apple has been looking for a thing of this sort for its devices. Apple has already tried an oleophobic coating on its iPhone 3G. With evolution of this Liquipel technology and effective incorporation of it, Apple would surely improve its business. It will surely be preferred by all of us as we have caused so much of damage to our devices by accidently dropping them in water.
Excited? Well, as of now no device is available with this Liquipel coating, but you can get your present device coated with it. If you can stay away from your device for some time, you iPhone 4S can get this coating in 2 days for $59.99. If you can spend $10 more the duration will shorten by 1 day.
Long considered to be the mobile community’s “next generation” technology, 4G LTE compatibility is being said to be a very real possibility when it comes to the iPhone 5 release date hits later this fall.
The reality of LTE may be realized within the next few months when Apple’s iPad 3 hits the market. In the last week, Bloomberg released several reports citing that the iPad 3 is currently being produced and will truly feature LTE technology. Should this happen with the iPad 3, it’s more than likely that the iPhone 5 will also include 4G LTE as well.
It’s worth noting that a survey that was conducted a few days or months after the release date of the iPhone 4S highlighted what users considered as lacking in the expectations not becauce of its screen size, but beacuse of its lack of LTE. This served as an indication that the mobile community is ready to consider the 4G LTE as the new standard.
Apple swayed from its traditional June unveiling for the iPhone 4S, choosing instead to hold the official launch at a dedicated “Let’s Talk iPhone” event in October. But we may not have to wait until this upcoming October to get a glimpse of the iPhone 5.
According to a report, the sixth-generation Apple smartphone will get back to its traditional June announcement at Apple’s Worldwide Developers conference.
The report comes from Daiwa Securities, which claims that Apple’s iPhone 5 will see the same WWDC unveiling that given to the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 4. Furthermore, the company says the device will utilize “glass to glass” touch panel technology that will be supplied by TPK Holdings and Wintek. Read more
Remember when Apple was announcing their 1 billionth app download from the AppStore? It was over a year and a half ago, and now more than 10 billion app downloads later, the 1 billionth app is still strong and our opinion hasn’t changed. Bump is a must-have! Quick recap For those not familiar with Bump and still using business cards or paper napkins, meet Bump – the iPhone app that makes sharing contact information a breeze. All you need to do is run Bump, a free download, on both devices and simply “bump” the two devices together. The application will recognize the two locations and ask for permission to connect with each other. When granted, you can easily share your contact information on the fly. A whole other ball park Over the course of the year, Bump has continued to evolve. The initial release allowed users to bump and exchange contact information only. Now, the sharing options for Bump have evolved at a steady pace. You can now share photos, apps, music, chat messages, contacts or calendar events. You can become friends on Facebook via Bump, follow each other on Twitter and Linkedin. Initially, Bump was available for the iPhone, but now you can bump iPhones, iPod Touches, iPads and even Android phones together. Our initial tests involved two iPhone 3Gs, but now, I’ve taken the liberty and tested Bump on an iPhone3G and HTC Wildfire (Android powered). It’s also important to note that Bump won’t actually share apps or music, but rather when you bump two devices together, the receiver gets a link to the app in the AppStore or a link to the Youtube song or iTunes preview, where they can also purchase the song. Something I really enjoyed was the sharing of photos between the two devices. I could quickly see the potential uses cases for this. Imagine you’re at a party, you’re snapping pictures of your friends and one comes up to you asks you to send the pictures to him. You both fire up Bump and instantly share the pictures with him. Fast, reliable and fun! Speaking of evolving, the Bump user interface has also grown quite a lot. The black-only interface one year ago worked fine, but now Bump has taken a more enjoyable approach to the graphics side of the app. The mechanics themselves have not changed much, which is perfectly fine. Bump is a clear example of an app that started with a steady infrastructure and a clear idea and has evolved over time by building on top of what the users already loved, instead of constantly starting over. It will definitely be interesting to see how Bump will perform one year from now and we’ll be right here to tell the tale! Until then, enjoy bumping into one another! We are!