Muhammad Ali is my name and I see myself as a devoted and hard working software engineer striving to keep up to date with the latest inventions and technologies in the IT world. Likeness for writing is one of the reasons that brought me here.I relish and strive on facing challenges and coming out of them with flying colors.
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Well Well Well! What have we here. Ryan Petrich, a man who needs no introduction in the jailbreak and iOS universe has done a wonderful thing for the folks who have been disappointed by the Apple Maps. The iOS jailbreak developer has managed to run Google Maps on iOS 6, a video demo of which follows after the break.
Last two days at Geekword have all been about iOS 6 bugs. We thought that we would have some pleasant news to share with our iOS and iPhone audience, but unfortunately that is not to be as we now hear iPhone 5 users complaining of their screen exhibiting a disturbance causing flickering issue. Video proof of it follows after the break.
When Apple announced the iPhone 5, there were some who expressed dissent over the iPhone 4S successor carrying only a dual core processor and not a quad core processor, like other smartphones in the market. With that in mind, one is inclined to say that the iPhone 5 if put in a speed pit with the third iteration of Galaxy S, will suffer a humiliating defeat. That seems true on paper but not in the video (via Mashable) shown after the break.
iOS 5 brought with it battery drain issues and unfortunately it seems the same trend has been adopted by iOS 6 as well. A search on Apple’s official discussion forum reveals that iPhone 4 users who updated to iOS 6 are regretting their upgrade decision as their once antennagate affected iPhone model is suffering from a serious looking rapid battery reduction issue.
It has been about two days since Apple unleashed their latest (probably not the greatest) iOS update, iOS 6 and as expected it has brought with it some annoyances. A growing thread at Apple’s official discussion form reveals that users who updated to iOS 6 are having problems connecting to their WiFi networks.
We all know that Apple is going to unveil the iPhone 5 come Wednesday but is that the only announcement for 12th September? Knowing Cupertinos and their launch event style, one is bound to think otherwise. Yes, there will be other announcements not as big as the iPhone 5 itself but still have an important value. More on this after the break.
It has been a while since we had a sizzling HTC oriented speculation to share with our loyal reader base. But all of this is going to change now thanks to Digitimes. The king pin of rumor mill citing industry sources reports that the Taiwanese tech giants will be announcing a phablet device in the coming months. More details on this after the break.
If there is one thing I like about the Android platform, it is the pleasant surprises that we get through the increasingly talented Android developer community. So what is the pleasant surprise this time around? Slashgear reports that an XDA Developer has managed to get the yet to be made official, multiple user support feature. Video demo of this interesting feature follows after the break.
In the lifetime of a Sharepoint 2010 implementation, there might be times where one of the deployed sandboxed solutions will start to fail for one or another reason (running out of quota could be one reason). In these dire circumstances, your first line of action might resort down to stopping the sandboxed solution to prevent further damage. With Sharepoint 2010, you have this flexibility, and it is a feature named Block Sandboxed Solution. More on this after the break.
Want a new iPad mini rumor? One hot and sizzling mini iPad rumor coming right up. The very dependable iLounge has come forward with information from their sources that sees Apple unveiling to the world the long talked about mini iPad sometime in November. More on this exciting stuff after the break.