Monday, September 17, 2012
The results show an iPhone5,2 device running iOS 6 with a Dual-Core 1.02GHz ARMv7 processor and 1GB of RAM. The total Geekbench 2 score comes in at 1601.
Read more www.macrumors.com
Over the weekend, several readers have let us know that iPhone 5 orders have begun shipping from China. It’s common for Apple to spread out shipments for the week prior to the launch with special instructions to couriers to hold deliveries at local warehouses until the target date.
Read more www.macrumors.com
Sunday, September 16, 2012
As months of frenzied iPhone rumors are put to rest, a nagging question remains. For iOS users like me who have jailbroken their devices, the debate begins: Should I upgrade to iOS 6? Would having an iPhone 5, which ships with the new iOS version, be worth giving up the advantages I now enjoy? For many jailbreakers, these answers are no-brainers, but for me they pose something of a dilemma.
Read more www.readwriteweb.com
The iPhone 5 is out and the frenzy to see it, feel it and own it is well under way. But Apple’s not the only one looking to cash in when it hits the virtual store shelves this month. Fraudsters and Internet pirates across the globe are counting on the latest Apple frenzy to help line their pockets too, says McAfee.
Read more www.thehindubusinessline.com
Apple has announced iPhone 5 on 12th September and guess what the pre-orders has almost sold out. What the most people hate about iPhone? No it’s not related to any specs of iPhone. It is about the contracts they are into with AT&T, Verizon or any other telecom company.
Read more www.pc-tablet.com
In three years 3D scanners have gone from $30,000 to $3,000 to—$0.00?! AutoDesk’s free 123D Catch app is now available for the iPhone and iPad. Users can take up to 40 pictures, upload them to the cloud, and receive a digital 3D model. Simply, 123D Catch is a free handheld 3D scanner as mobile as you are. Coupled with 3D modeling software and 3D printing services, Autodesk aims to bring 3D fabrication to the masses.
Read more singularityhub.com
Unsurprisingly, Apple left us in the dark regarding some specifics of the iPhone 5 upon its release. Thankfully, the good folks over at Anandtech have done a bit of digging into those numbers you see bordering Apple’s Apple A6 SoC, definitively figuring out that Cupertino’s latest phone packs in a total 1GB of Samsung-sourced memory.
Read more www.engadget.com
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Apple quietly killed off a lot of things yesterday, including Ping, the old “watch-style” iPod nano, the iPhone 3Gs and more.
When we looked at Apple.com, though, we were surprised to notice that Apple seems to have decided with this generation to kill off the Bumper Case as well. They still sell the rubber-band-style case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, but they have opted not to stretch it to fit the iPhone 5.
Read more www.cultofmac.com
iPhone 5; the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone comes with a thinner and lighter design. Blending beauty with versatility, the much-hyped and recently introduced iPhone 5 has now set the world buzzing with anticipation of the sale date.
Read more www.bornrich.com
The UK iPhone 5 deals have hit the mobile operator’s pages and it’s time to pre-order yourself an iPhone 5. There are masses of options out there with colour, size of memory, price plan and up front payments all to consider. Pocket-lint has put all of them together right here to see which ones we like.
Read more www.pocket-lint.com
The iPhone 5 is an expensive gadget to replace with off contract pricing starting at $649. That’s the price users will need to pay if they break their iPhone 5 in the middle of a contract.
Read more www.gottabemobile.com
Late-sleeping early adopters may be unhappy to hear that preorder inventory of Apple’s new iPhone 5 has been depleted, but Apple’s pretty happy with the level of demand it’s seeing. “Preorders for iPhone 5 have been incredible,” Apple spokeswoman Nat Kerris told AllThingsD.
Read more allthingsd.com
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Apple will release the next version of its iOS mobile operating system, iOS 6, on Sept. 19. The Cupertino company announced the release date along with the iPhone 5 today at an event in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Read more news.cnet.com
While Apple didn’t completely overhaul the rear camera on the iPhone 5, it did make some changes that Apple says will make the iPhone 5?s camera the best iPhone camera yet. And while the iPhone 5 won’t be released until September 21st, Apple has posted some sample photos taken with the iPhone 5 giving us a look at what to expect from its camera.
Read more www.gottabemobile.com
Apple’s attempts to keep details of its latest iPhone under wraps were temporarily blighted on Wednesday, after the technology giant published four articles about the “iPhone 5? on its website hours before the official announcement.
Read more www.rawstory.com
The news feeds will be filled with talk of the iPhone today, and most of it is probably going to be positive. However, the Chinese new agency Shanghai Evening Post has posted a pretty scathing review of the working conditions at Foxconn, and in particular the iPhone 5 production line. The agency managed to get one of its reporters a job working undercover in a Foxconn factory where the iPhone 5 is being manufactured for Apple.
Read more www.geek.com
As an iPhone 4S owner, I was kind of eyeing that new Panorama feature mentioned in September 12 keynote, thinking it was an iPhone 5-only innovation. Not true. Apple has confirmed the feature is part of iOS 6 and will work just fine on my 4S, as well as the fifth-generation iPod touch.
Read more www.tuaw.com
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
When it referred to Cydia, we will think of jailbreak, have you ever tried to hide the Cydia icon to make jailbreak information hard to be detected? Here are some tips for you. Two effective and simple ways which help a lot in hiding Cydia icon if you are using an iPhone or iPad and you don’t want others to know that your device is a jailbroken one.
Read more ijailbreakguide.com
As we all know, Siri, Apple’s now popular voice assistant, started out as a third-party iOS app. The story goes that Steve Jobs personally called up Siri co-founder Dag Kittlaus one day and made an offer to buy his work and team. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Read more www.idownloadblog.com
Millions of people will likely buy new iPhones once Apple announces a new model as expected on Wednesday. That leaves the question: What should you do with your old one? The new phones will join some 244 million iPhones sold since the first one launched in 2007. Some have been lost or stolen.
Read more www.huffingtonpost.com