Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Ben Lowy is what photography professionals call a “conflict photographer.” He goes where the dramatic stories are, and in recent years has been to Afghanistan, Libya, Iraq and now to the US states knocked hard by Hurricane Sandy. His equipment of choice? Often it’s an iPhone 4S, plus some iOS apps for image editing and getting photos to his editors.
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Tuesday, November 06, 2012
In this article we explain how to make screenshots with screen shots of your iPhone. If for some this can be deemed completely useless, for others it may come in useful to store a notification, a bug in an application or any other detail of the graphical interface of iOS.
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The latest version of Apple’s new operating system for iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch, iOS 6.0.1, is still giving some Apple device users Wi-Fi fits. One Apple iOS update later, some iPhone, iPad, and iPod users are still having Wi-FI troubles. You’d think by now, seven weeks after Apple released iOS 6, the technology giant would have fixed all this major mobile operating system’s Wi-Fi networking problems. Wrong.
Read more www.zdnet.com
We’re not really sure what Apple was thinking when they decided to stretch albums artwork over the length of the iPad’s lockscreen. Stretching typical album art over the full length of a 9.7-inch Retina display is a great way to learn about pixels and compression artifacts first hand.
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Monday, November 05, 2012
Apple is closing in on the launch of its Pandora/Spotify-battling iTunes streaming music service, though introduction may have been delayed by problems finalizing its deals with music labels and song publishers, loose-lipped Sony sources have revealed.
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We have covered a lot on the unique grey market situation revolving around primarily Apple products. Since the iPhone 4 launch, Apple has been unable to curb this lucrative business in China and Hong Kong. Yesterday, Apple has opened their 7th Apple store in mainland China, and it is located at Shenzhen, which is an emerging megalopolises in southern region of China.
Read more micgadget.com
Apple recently released iOS 6.0.1 to the public with OTA and iTunes update, we already told you how to Jailbreak it but now we’ll help you unlock iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4 running iOS 6.0.1 using the UltraSn0w fixer tool.
Read more techdeville.com
Soon after Apple divorced its senior vice president of iOS Software Scott Forstall, word spread quickly of his departure. One important person of iOS who didn’t get the memo was Siri.
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The popular SHSH blob-saver TinyUmbrella received an update today. Notcom, the developer, added support to the utility for the newly-released iOS 6.0.1 firmware, and both the fourth generation iPad and iPad mini…
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Friday, November 02, 2012
As you may know, smartphones such as iPhone, Android or Windows Phone are available in both SIM locked and SIM unlocked state (also known as factory locked, carrier locked and network locked) for purchasing. While SIM unlocked phones can be used anywhere without restrictions, SIM locked phones can only be used in specific countries and under specified networks.
Read more techtrickz.com
If you have an iPhones, you may run into issues from time to time where you are unable to move your mail to the trash. This is most likely due to using IMAP and having all sent trash being set to local. These steps will help you get this cleared up.
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Alongside the release of iOS 6.0.1 today, Apple also pushed out iOS Updater, a 69.7MB updater to fix “a bug that prevents iPhone 5 from installing software updates wirelessly over the air.”
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It’s no secret that Apple wasn’t the first kid on the block to think up the name “iPhone”. Years before the iconic smartphone made its debut, there was an internet appliance called the iPhone, which was subsequently acquired by Cisco.
Read more pocketnow.com
Thursday, November 01, 2012
We’re now just two weeks away from seeing Apple (AAPL) take the wraps off its sixth iPhone and while nothing is certain until Apple makes it official, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the so-called “iPhone 5.” Parts leaks, rumors and even videos of the new iPhone housing have been flowing steadily for months now, and they paint a relatively complete picture: We’re looking at a complete redesign that is just 7.6 millimeters thick, a 4-inch display, 4G LTE connectivity, 1GB of RAM and a new unibody aluminum case.
Read more bgr.com
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Time is right to compare the two giants of the mobile industry, Apple coming forth with their iPhone 5 and Google putting up their Nexus 4 in the race changes the whole market scenario. The question remains; which device is better than the other, with Google relying on the heart of Optimus G and Apple taking the matter in their own hands with self-modified processor. Let’s take a look which device leads in which region.
Read more www.hardwareinsight.com
Today, Lookout, makers of the Lookout Mobile Security app for smartphones, released a new feature for iPhone users that will help locate a phone even when the battery is dead. Dubbed Signal Flare, the tool automatically records your phone’s location when your handset’s battery is low.
Read more allthingsd.com
We’ve caught wind of an intriguing iOS app that promises to unite what are, for many of us, two disparate worlds: the iTunes music stored on our phone’s Music player and our Spotify playlists. M2S ($2, iOS) installs quickly and easily. First, you select certain songs (or “all songs”), or just specific playlists. Then, you zap those up to your Spotify account, as new playlists. Simple.
Read more www.hypebot.com
How much will 4G cost? I’m glad you ask, phone fans, because EE has revealed its prices for 4G phone contracts and phones. Read on to find out how much a speeded-up Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, HTC One XL or iPhone 5 will cost, and what nifty bonuses you can bag on top.
Read more crave.cnet.co.uk
Each time she updates with emails and photographs, he sees it, too. Even her bank details are there for him to view. It has happened because Ms Frasca’s new smartphone is linked by iCloud to the faulty one she rejected.
Read more www.metro.co.uk
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Here’s something you don’t see every day: a major executive shakeup at the upper echelons of the largest technology company on Earth. Well, that’s exactly what just happened at Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL ) . The Mac maker has now announced that two important executives are leaving the company in what it’s calling a change to “increase collaboration across hardware, software, and services.”
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