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IBM gives pilots MobileFirst flight apps

IBM today announced the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group selected MobileFirst for iOS apps to provide a seamless experience across flight operations processes. With apps, Fly Now and Roster for iPad, pilots will be equipped with relevant information and flight-related updates.

The use of the apps are expected to enhance pilot productivity by digitizing manual processes related to airline operations and regulations. These mandatory processes are critical aspects of flight readiness from pre-flight right through post-flight operations.

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The real reason why the iPhone 6 (Plus) bends

Just after the most successful smartphone launch in history to date, #bendgate was the trending topic on the anti-social media. The first adapters needed to inform themselves swiftly, because all of their friends and mom suddenly started interrogating them about this “design error” and they’d to defend their appalling phone purchase on top of the fact that most features were already in 2 year old Androids. Did Apple made the new iPhones too thin for the beauty of aesthetics, and from aluminium instead of Samsung-plastic™?

Apple had to come out with an official statement and so it happend, they even introduced the collective press to the unrevealed Cupertino testing facilities, something they’d also done after the iPhone 4 #antennagate. They came with the following statement;

bent iPhone 6

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Betting World Cup matches? Increase your chances with Footballian

Footballian analyses football matches precisely in betting views. It provides powerful tools and well-presented information that help you to identify value bets and make sensible betting selections. They Rate. They Predict. You Win.

Whether you want to find out how your favourite team performed, or to spot the winning betting trends, Footballian is your best mate. The app covers the world’s most popular football competitions with comprehensive details. EPL, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, Champions League, Europa League and many more!

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Apple Reports Third Quarter Results: more iPhone sold, less profit

Apple® today announced financial results for its fiscal 2013 third quarter ended June 29, 2013. The Company posted quarterly revenue of $35.3 billion and quarterly net profit of $6.9 billion, or $7.47 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of $35 billion and net profit of $8.8 billion, or $9.32 per diluted share, in the year-ago quarter. Gross margin was 36.9 percent compared to 42.8 percent in the year-ago quarter. International sales accounted for 57 percent of the quarter’s revenue.

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More global 4G LTE rollouts for the iPhone 5

Today Apple has announced even more super fast LTE (4G) availability for their flagship smartphone. The implementation rate world wide is accelerating like it seems. 2G is almost a network technology like fax is to telephony. In the USA there are 2 new networks that support the A1429 GSM model iPhone 5, namely Chariton Valley and Strata Networks.

Chariton Valley is from the state Missouri and covering rural America through Verizon Wireless. They have leased the 700 MHz upper C block wireless spectrum, where Verizon Wireless has not constructed a network.

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New Zealand finally has 4G LTE support for the iPhone 5

Today is a remarkable day for the Vodafone iPhone 5 users in New Zealand. Apple has updated it’s LTE support page with this information as well as a new LTE carrier STC for Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia had already 2 carriers supporting 4G, namely Zain and Mobily. It’s the most popular 1800MHz band that has been rolled-out which is compatible with the iPhone 5 Version GSM-1429 aka the LTE world iPhone for this reason.

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Routing India with ANS Navigator - Live Traffic as a bonus

India’s latest navigation solution, the ANS Navigator App is now available in the iTunes App Store for iOS mobile devices. The navigation application launched by Ayana Navigations Solutions (ANS) runs on the world-renowned iGO Navigation engine developed by NNG, a global leader of the GPS navigation sector. Designed especially for the Indian market, the navigation app comprises brand new location-specific features, including free Live Traffic, offering an improved navigation experience to drivers.

ANS Navigatior NNG iOS6 iPhone 5



iOS 6 Maps Turn-by-Turn Navigation for Australia pushed back to November

Apple is missing their previously promised implementation date of October for Australia concerning the voice guided directions, they have just published the new date on the iOS 6 feature availability page. This is most likely due to all the issues that iOS Maps has been plagued with recently. Apple is getting pre-cautious over getting bad press and wants to make things right before releasing it to the big public.

iOS6 Restrictions Maps Turn-by-Turn Navigation iPhone 5

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Apple Store just went offline - updating new goodies

Just a few seconds ago around 15:05 CEST or GMT +1, we were triggered by the offline notification of the Apple Store. New iPad Minis are expected, they are just a little bigger than the other 7 Inch pads like the Nexus 7. Also probably a little more expensive. The new Mini iPads most likely have the new iPhone 5 aluminium finish.

We will be back Apple Store iOS6 iPhone 5

Furthermore expect a new iPad 4(?) with the new lightning adapter and maybe SSD size upgrades. There are rumours floating around stating that the iMac is also getting a new make-over.

Exciting times to be a Apple fan, and all just in time for the holiday season to give Apple a new all time record financial quarter.



Apple pulls 12 countries from Maps Turn-by-Turn Navigation - Siri misses target for Thailand

iOS 6 Maps are in the headlines almost every day now and Apple is doing their utmost to make it the best mapping product in the world, according to CEO Tim Cook’s statement on their corporate site. Today we posted about the good Turn-by-Turn experience Apple Maps has, compared to the competition and normal satnav devices.

In our extensive article “Read this before buying the iPhone 5” we have mapped out all the restrictions for iOS 6 for Maps and Siri, as well as the LTE coverage worldwide. Because I keep this article up-to-date, I check the restrictions page from Apple often to look for changes. Today I found that Apple has pulled 12 countries from the Maps app for the Turn-by-Turn navigation. Maybe this is one of the steps they took to put the quality bar higher for the end-user experience.

iOS6 Restrictions Maps Turn-by-Turn Navigation iPhone 5
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September View, Upcoming countries are marked red.

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