January 24 1984 was the bright day when Apple Inc.’s then CEO STEVE JOBS made the very first introduction to the Macintosh in the annual stockholder meeting. Promised as a very light and easy to use computer Macintosh proved to be a blessing for the company leading to the production of the likes of iPad, iPhone that have made the company reach unimaginable heights. Today, 29 years later Apple Inc. notified in their recent press release that their sales during the last quarter of the year 2012 had been a record.
The latest gem in the Smartphone legacy of Apple Inc. iPhone 5 is being posed as the ‘thinnest, lightest, fastest iPhone ever’ by its creator company. iPhone itself is the legacy that makes its users stick to it and not letting them have the second thoughts of choosing another phone over it. With the latest feather in its cap Apple has remarkably taken the edge of producing an incredibly light phone and this specification does not at all go unnoticed. The beholder doesn’t take more than a unit second to determine its light weight.
The thumb friendly natured iPhone 5 is characterized with the 4 inch Retina display screen which adds to its perfect proportion. The phone has not been changed in terms of width as compared to its predecessor iPhone 4s. The new phone embeds the new A5 chip which promises better graphics and poses much better and faster CPU performance all at the cost of no excessive power consumption at all. Outstanding battery life and ultra rich design experience are what make the thinner and the better new iPhone 5. More >
iOS 6 hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for iPhone 4 users due to the annoying battery drainage issue. We have done a bit of search here and there and have listed down a workaround that you can try to get rid of this customary bug. Details of applying the workaround await you after the break.
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.
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.
Thinking of starting your own little business?, may it be as a trial stall at the local market or a little cupcake shop, the first thing that comes to mind is that ginormous cash register that will account for the takings of the day, that rustling of the paper notes, jingling of the coins…well, those were the old days where a customer would browse through the merchandise, select and make their way to the counter to be served where they would pay and get a receipt.
Recently the giant information database ChaCha teamed with Dexetra, the developers behind Siri’s most serious competition, Iris. The alliance means that you will now be able to get the voice recognition that Iris uses to search for and find answers to just about anything. Apple’s Siri and Android Iris may never be friends, despite their similarities so which digital personal assistant wins?
The title of the post says it all doesn’t it? Apple in a statement given to AllThingsD has acknowledged the ongoing iOS 5 battery life issues and says that it is looking into the few remaining issues.
When Apple rolled out iOS 5.0.1 which was not so long ago, everyone of us thought that it will bring an end to the painful battery drainage issue that iOS 5 brought for its iDevice audience. But it seems that this is not the case as users are still complaining of experiencing the same issue.