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.
If you’re an Verizon, Sprint or an AT&T customer and are an iPhone enthusiast as well then now is the time for you to rejoice. The wait to get an iPhone 5 has eventually become the minimal now ever since its release. A consumer can now think of walking into an Apple store and buying an iPhone 5 right there and then instead of having to wait for their turn in the first come first serve queue to get one.
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 >
When it comes to creativity and innovation Apple Inc. is one of the very first names that comes into our minds. Creativity and Apple seem to go hand in hand. The technology domain recognizes Apple as the sole runner which may be edging in price than its competitors but provides for the cost by giving the unique experience of usability and design that no other peer does.
A peek into the business domain of Apple Inc. shows that it is no common corporate organization. Apple has evolved the way users wanted it to. Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple did not believe in making a product after taking the prospective user’s input. He claimed that by the time the product would be ready the user’s preferences would have changed. More >
If you have been a “Honey I shrunk the kids” fan like myself then I’m sure you must be really excited to hear that a shrunken version of iPad has just been introduced by Apple. The signature popularity of iPad and then iPad 2 laid the ground for the advent of the much awaited tech product.
Boy there is no stopping iPhone 5 issues from popping up is it ? First it was the flickering screen issue, followed by the light leakage issue and now we find that the iPhone 5 is having trouble coming true to Apple’s promised battery life of 10 hours.
Boy these iPhone 5 issues just keep popping up. Hot on the heels of a report of iPhone 5 suffering from a light leakage issue, we now see from a growing thread at Apple’s official discussion thread that the iPhone 4S successor is finding it really hard to keep up to the promised battery life of 10 hours.
The title of the post doesn’t paint a pretty picture does it? BGR citing Macrumors forum reports that some iPhone 5 units are suffering from a light leakage problem. How widespread is the problem? We answer this question 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.