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Friday, April 20, 2007
iPhone could turn technology world on its ear

As of February, awareness of Apple Inc.‘s iPhone device had spread to nearly 50 percent of U.S. consumers, with a significant chunk of those people expressing sincere interest in buying the device without having first seen one in person, a broad market survey has shown.

In order to determine just how strong the buzz around Apple’s first mobile handset had grown, market research firm Harris Interactive in mid-February conducted a an online study with over 1,100 consumers from its multimillion member panel.

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Microsoft: iPhone lacks business savvy

Apple’s soon-to-be-launched iPhone will be irrelevant to business users because it is a “closed device” and does not support Microsoft Office, a senior executive with the software giant said this week.
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iPhone to become a cult classic predicts pollster boss

The iPhone will gain a cult following its launch, according to the Vice President of Harris Interactive’s Technology Practice Joseph Porus. Porus made the prediction after Harris Interactive recently surveyed more than a 1100 Internet users and found that 47% were aware of the iPhone and 17% expressed an interest in purchasing it.

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Research In Motion’s CEO Mike Lazaridis talks phones, outage and iPhone

It’s been an exciting and unpredictable couple weeks for Research in Motion, makers of the BlackBerry. The company on April 11 announced fourth-quarter earnings were up and its subscriber base has hit 8 million users. But the latest talk has been about an overnight outage Tuesday that affected its 5 million North American users.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2007
iPhone launch not a guaranteed success

Jobs iPhone LaunchBuy- and sell-side analysts are running around Wall Street’s high-tech conferences questioning the impact iPhone’s launch could have on the wireless handset market and smartphone devices like Blackberrys and Treos.
The presumption is Apple Inc’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) move is an offensive one and a natural extension of the 100 million iPods that have been sold around the world. It is also presumed that iPhone’s launch will succeed.


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Cisco Wants Enterprise Compatibility for iPhone

Even as Apple and Cisco were staging a legal flack over the name “iPhone,” most sources — including us — suggested that the scuffle was actually the first round of negotiations between the two firms, with compatibility with the iPhone being Cisco’s ultimate goal.

read it here itbusinessedge


Will Battery Life Delay The iPhone?

The iPhone rumors this week are non-stop. As if the ruckus over rebates and subsidies for the iPhone weren’t enough, now an online newsletter claims that the iPhone is suffering from poor batter life, echoing an earlier rumor broken by John Dvorak two weeks ago. The poor iPhone just can’t catch a break.

read it here informationweek


25% of Teens Would Buy an iPhone - report

A study carried out in the USA by analysts at Piper Jaffray has reported that there is a very high awareness of the new Apple iPhone amongst teens - and a strong interest in purchasing the handset despite its fairly high price point. Of the students surveyed by Piper Jaffray, 84% had heard of the iPhone, and 25% would buy an iPhone at the US$500 price point.

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Apple considering a rebate for the iPhone?

If there’s been one standout concern about the iPhone, it’s been the price of the thing. Well according to one analyst, it looks like Apple is reconsidering its $500 and $600 price tags and is looking at the possibility of offering rebates.

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Monday, April 16, 2007
miniSync™  for the Apple iPhone

miniSync™ synchronizes and charges your iPod, all in an ultra-portable form factor. With the miniSync™ you can also use your iPod as a portable hard drive for transferring and storing any type of files!

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Thursday, October 02, 2014

A few of Apple’s new posters for the iPhone 6 epitomize bad advertising. The Verge reports that a billboard in Berlin and a poster from a store in the Netherlands showing off the new Apple smartphone are, unfortunately for Apple, ironically bent.

Read more www.designntrend.com


One of the problems the new iPhone 6 models present is where to put it when you’re in the car. You may not want to keep it in your pocket for obvious reasons, especially the iPhone 6 Plus, and the new models are larger and slipperier than ever.

Read more 9to5mac.com


Wednesday, October 01, 2014

In my attempt to purchase a Contract Free/ FACTORY UNLOCKED iPhone all I have wound up with is a bunch of confusion. Here’s how the story goes. I checked on this Extensively today.

Read more forums.macnn.com


Your pants aren’t happy about the new iPhone 6 Plus. Along with Samsung’s mammoth Galaxy phones, Apple’s phablet mega-sized phone is starting to look like the future of mobile tech.

Read more mashable.com


Tuesday, September 30, 2014

There may be yet another bug in iOS 8, Apple’s latest version of its mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad. This time, some users are reporting that anybody trying to reset the settings on their iPhone could accidentally delete all of their documents saved in iCloud, Apple’s online backup service.

Read more finance.yahoo.com


Apple recently announced the Apple Watch concept with much fanfare. The reviews so far are mixed, but I wanted to put Apple Watch to the test. So, as I did with Google Glass when it was announced, I engaged my virtual ideas company, Ideasicle, with the task of coming up with creative applications of Apple Watch that take advantage of the technology and its context, our wrists.

Read more www.forbes.com


Feeling a little sluggish, slow and drained? Not you, mobile warrior: The battery in your iPhone or iPad newly update to iOS 8. Here are a few ways to restore some of your battery’s lost vigor by turning off:

Read more www.courant.com


When reports first surfaced that the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were susceptible to bending after a just a few days of everyday use, it looked as if Apple had a major problem on its hands. Tech blogs and Apple haters were quick to seize on the flaw, coining the term BendGate.

Read more betanews.com


Apple’s release of a software update that cut off people’s ability to make calls from their iPhones is linked to another blunder that’s still fresh in people’s minds: the 2012 introduction of a new maps program. The similarities don’t end with the apologies Apple offered to disgruntled customers.

Read more www.nzherald.co.nz


Cameras aren’t just a smartphone feature now: they’re practically the killer app. As phone camera quality keeps accelerating, upgrading to a new phone can often be a question of, “Is the camera worth spending more for?”

Read more www.cnet.com


Saturday, September 27, 2014

In June of this year, at WWDC#14, Apple announced that the Wi-Fi scanning behavior of their devices would change starting with iOS8. They would start using randomized and locally administrated Wi-Fi MAC addresses in the probing state. The touted rationale was that such an approach would hide the real MAC addresses of the devices and make MAC address based analytics difficult.

iOS8 mac addresses randomization iPhone 6 Plus

Read more blog.airtightnetworks.com


Apple’s new iPhone 6 models have slowly made their way around the world and Japan is one of the markets that the device has launched in. Now so far we know that in the US market, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is currently outselling the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus.

Read more www.ubergizmo.com


If you’ve updated your iPhone to iOs 8 (my apologies to the iOS 8.0.1 users), you know all about the improved messaging program. If not, basically your iPhone will guess what your next word will be, based on what you’ve already typed. For example, when I type “What the,” one of three options my device suggests is “heck.” Sure. Heck.

Read more www.mtv.com


In response to the growing criticism about the iPhone 6 Plus bending while a user is working on it, Apple spokesperson Trudy Muller has written a mail to the press in which she has clearly stated that a total of nine complaints of bending have been registered to the company by the users and that there is no problem being faced by the general public.

Read more www.theindianrepublic.com


Cracked, bent, dented, drowned — all kinds of bad stuff can happen to an iPhone. The expense from that can add up: damaged iPhones have cost Americans $10.7 billion since 2007, according to SquareTrade, a provider of insurance for personal tech. In the last two years alone, consumers have spent $4.8 billion on iPhone repairs and replacements.

Read more www.nbcnews.com


Apple has released a revised version of its new iOS operating system to fix the bugs that have been plaguing some iPhone 6 users. iOS 8.0.2 came two days after Apple withdrew a software update following widely reported issues that left some unable to use their phone.

Read more money.cnn.com


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

The biometric fingerprint scanner built into the latest generation of Apple iPhone smart phones can be tricked using a fake fingerprint created with glue, says Marc Rogers, principal security researcher at mobile security firm Lookout.

Read more www.bankinfosecurity.in


Readers, a friendly heads up: No matter what you see or hear on the Internet, don’t cook your iPhone in the microwave. Pranksters associated with the notorious message board site 4chan created some slick-but-fake promotional materials for the so-called “Apple Wave,” described as a new feature for the iPhone 6 that allows users to charge their battery by heating it like a TV dinner.

Read more www.boston.com


Bendgate is real. On Tuesday the iPhone 6 Plus was forced to confront a question near the hearts of many new owners: will it bend? In a word: Yes.

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We’ll show you how to use the iOS 8 Hotspot and a handy new iOS 8 hotspot feature that lets you quickly connect your iPad to the iPhone and see important information like signal strength and battery life left on your iPhone.

Read more www.gottabemobile.com


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