I guess almost always loved the iOS 4.3.x update for bringing us numerous improvements to our iPhones and other iOS devices like the iPad and the iPod Touch. This included the much improved AirPlay that enables users to stream media content from their iOS devices right to the Apple TV. Other than this was another notable inclusion of the Personal Hot Spot, that allows users to have other devices to connect to their iPhone, iPad, etc to utilize their network. But there were some lags in the functionality. (Read More »)
With the Apple iPad 2 out in the markets along with a plethora of other tablets it is always a tough choice to make, what to buy and what not. Obviously fanboys of any brand or operating system would never look at anything else, but some users always lookout for the specs to make the right decision. An informed one as they think of it.
If you are not into selling your old gadgets simply because you don’t get a respectable price for it. I have major issues with ridding myself of these and I keep running out of space to keep these. Trade-in sites flourish all across the Web, but to have a reputable name doing this just makes things more trust worthy. Earlier, Amazon announced its trade-in program for electronic devices as well. Which includes the iOS devices. (Read More »)
And so much for the rumors on the next generation of the iPhone, there are a few leaked images of the upcoming Motorola DROID 3. Honestly it isn’t different in terms of the look, perhaps the typical slide out keyboard has become a standard for Motorola DROID. I would be keen at learning what exactly are the specs of the hardware though, which is what would make it worth buying.
Hot on the next generation of the iPhone are rumors running rampant all across the Web. But while those are rumors that only time will tell to be true or false, the Verizon Chief Financial Officer, Fran Shammo announced a few things. The CFO mentioned plans of discounts on data and prepaid plans along with news on the next iPhone. (Read More »)
Reports are all across the Web about Apple getting LTE 4G support for the iPhone in China. This comes in collaboration with China Mobile, the state owned Chinese Mobile carrier. First things first, this in no way indicates the the next generation of the iPhone, the iPhone 5 will be getting the LTE 4G support. No confirmation or denial by either Apple or China Mobile has been received as yet, which qualifies the rumor to be pretty close to being real.
So what keeps the countless developers out there form utilizing the power of the iPhone? The ability to jailbreak their iPhone, simply put. It often makes me think, rather believe that Apple uses the iPhone way too lesser than its true potential. Anyways coming to the latest news, RecognizeMe brings facial recognition feature to unlock their iPhone.
The 10th birthday of Apple is just around the corner and we are all anticipating something big. Well we weren’t initially until rumors broke out that Apple might be up for releasing NFC enabled payments to Apple retail stores. Why so? Because Apple stores across the nation are undergoing some changes, which are a hint that we should be ready to embrace something.