Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Though Apple first introduced the iPhone (and iOS, née iPhone OS) just a scant four years ago, the multitouch operating system already feels impressively mature. That maturity doesn’t mean iOS is flawless; there’s certainly room for improvement.
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Friday, April 29, 2011
The creators of South Park will open their 15th season tonight with an episode that calls out Apple and Steve Jobs over the growing concerns of iPhone and iPad GPS tracking and intrusions on personal information currently under investigation.
Read More www.examiner.com
The white iPhone 4 officially went on sale today and we had a lovely hands-on time with it this morning. We even went as far as snapping a shot of it next to a Samsung Galaxy S II.
Read More www.slashgear.com
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Apple is prepping the white iPhone 4 for an April 27 launch, according to reports, while photos posted on BGR sparked rumors of the iPhone on T-Mobile. With Apple’s white iPhone 4 all but confirmed to hit store shelves in the near future, the attention of the seemingly inexhaustible Apple rumor mill has shifted to a new topic: the possibility of the iPhone on T-Mobile.
If consumers didn’t have enough privacy problems to worry about in the digital age, a new report has found that anyone who owns an iPhone, iPad or Android phone with GPS enabled has had each of their movements tracked periodically and stored in an encrypted file on the device that is sometimes sent out to companies.
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Wednesday, April 06, 2011
A recent survey of U.S. iPhone owners found similar levels of high satisfaction across AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ) customers except for one key (and unsurprising) difference: phone calls. ChangeWave’s latest consumer survey found that while 82 percent of Verizon iPhone owners were very satisfied with their purchase, and 80 percent of AT&T customers felt the same way, AT&T customers reported about two and a half as many dropped calls on their iPhone 4 as experienced by Verizon customers with the same device.
Read More moconews.net
Friday, March 25, 2011
The young man who created the “Note to God” iPhone app and was critically injured in a hit-and-run more than a week ago is out of a coma, a Mercy San Juan Medical Center spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.
Read More fairoaks.patch.com
Thursday, March 24, 2011
In one of the more amazing stories of iPhone drop survival we’ve heard, iLounge reader and U.S. Air Force Combat Controller Ron Walker has shared the story of how his iPhone 4 improbably survived a 1,000 foot fall from an airplane.
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Monday, March 14, 2011
Some iPhone users woke up Sunday to find that the clocks on their devices botched the one-hour “spring forward” daylight-saving time change that had taken effect overnight.
Read More www.hollywoodreporter.com
Shares of Atrinsic more than doubled after the company said its popular Kazaa digital music service could be accessed without an application, in a move that could help it skirt Apple Inc’s plans to take a cut on revenue generated from sale of online subscriptions through its App Store.
Read More www.reuters.com
I first ran into Anna Elizabeth James and Michael Koerbel, the aspiring movie-industry duo of Majek Pictures, through the short film “Apple of My Eye” recorded and edited last year entirely on an iPhone 4. Since last June, the team has been busy.
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Thursday, March 03, 2011
San Francisco, California – Announcing that Eric Sarrion Consulting, the developers of Meet-gays, has launched an exciting new product for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Meet-gays is the first application on the market that makes it possible and easy to arrange meeting up with another gay locally.
Read More appmodo.com
The Apple iPad 2 has been unveiled, and TechRadar has spent some time with the hottest piece of kit so far in 2011.
Make no mistake, this is a seriously cool piece of kit, bringing a whole host of improvements that, individually, may not sound like much, but put together take the iPad onto a whole new plane.
Read More www.techradar.com
All good things must come to an end. And this summer, it seems a good thing going at Verizon will similarly draw to a close.
Appearing at an investors conference Tuesday, Verizon Chief Financial Officer Francis Shammo said Verizon will soon end unlimited data plans for its recently acquired iPhone.
Read More www.mobilemarketingwatch.com
At today’s iPad 2 media event, solid details were revealed about the upcoming iOS 4.3 release.
Unsurprisingly, iOS 4.3 will make its debut on the same day that the iPad 2 is officially available for sale; March 11th.
Read More www.iphonedownloadblog.com
When the Steve Jobs’ away the underlings will play it seems. Tim Cook, Apple’s Chief Operating Officer has just increased the chances of us seeing an iPhone Nano sometime soon.
Read More www.gaj-it.com
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Air travellers all know the familiar message over the PA system: “Please ensure all electronic devices are switched off ....” One passenger on a US flight, however, decided to take the law into his own hands when he saw the instruction being ignored.
More info on Airplane mode
Read More www.nzherald.co.nz
Friday, February 11, 2011
Apple’s iPhone users are worth more to a developer on a monthly basis than Google’s Android users based on ad revenue, according to data provided to us from mobile ad exchange Mobclix.
Mobclix looked at a basket of 50 apps on each operating system in various categories. The apps had to have 500,000 downloads or 75,000 active users, with an active user being someone that plays with the app three times a week.
Read More www.businessinsider.com
In the U.S., we tend to think that we are the center of the world and what happens here sets a trend for the rest of the world. That’s why it is no surprise to hear Americans say that the release of the Verizon (VZ) iPhone today signals the end of the ascent of Android. Piper Jaffay’s Gene Munster is one of these believers. In a note to investors this morning, he said:
Read More tech.fortune.cnn.com
Wednesday, February 09, 2011
Despite the constant moaning from Steve Jobs about how AT&T’s version of the iPhone 4 was perfect, had no antenna problems, and didn’t need any tweaking, it looks like Apple decided to “fix” it anyway. Research firm iSuppli has found some major changes to the device for its change to Verizon.
Read More www.tgdaily.com