iphone

Tue
11
Dec
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iPhone 5S Due June 2013: Analyst Predicts Features

A prominent tech industry analyst has predicted that an update to the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5S, will ship in June 2013. Aside from improved hardware specifications, the analyst believes the new device will also come in a number of different colors. ... Jeffries analyst Peter Misek recently unveiled his predictions for a new version of the iPhone 5. Misek believes the device will come equipped with a "super HD" camera and screen and will feature a longer battery life. iPhone 5S to Receive Long-Awaited NFC Technology Misek also believes an updated iPhone 5 will receive Near-Field Communication (NFC ... (view more)

Tue
06
Nov
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'Komodo Edit 7.1.3-11027', and 'iPhone Configuration Utility 3.6.1.296'

Komodo Edit 7.1.3-11027 Komodo Edit is a fast, smart, free, and open-source code editor for Windows computers. Switching from your trusty code editor to a new one is hard, of course. But give Komodo Edit a try: it'll be worth your while. This ... program supports Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. Features include 'Fast Open' and 'Toolbox.' http://www.activestate.com iPhone Configuration Utility 3.6.1.296 The iPhone Configuration Utility lets you easily create, maintain, encrypt, and install configuration profiles on your Windows computer. You can also use it to track and install ... (view more)

Tue
02
Oct
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iPhone 4, 4S Battery Killed by iOS 6, Users Complain

One of the major attractions of the new iPhone 5 is its brand new mobile operating system (OS): iOS 6. However, it appears when it developed the new OS Apple may have forgotten about users of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Users of those devices are ... insisting their iPhone's battery drains very quickly after upgrading from iOS 5. It remains unclear what is causing the excessive battery drainage. Early reports had pointed to Apple's new and much-maligned mapping service. However, iPhone 4 and 4S users who haven't even installed that application now report having the same battery problems as users ... (view more)

Wed
19
Sep
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Wozniak on $1B Apple-Samsung Verdict: 'I Hate It'

There are few tech industry experts more outspoken than Steve Wozniak, co-founder (along with the late Steve Jobs) of Cupertino, California's iconic and pioneering Apple Inc. (formerly Apple Computers, Inc.). Wozniak's back in the spotlight again, ... this time for attacking the jury decision requiring Samsung pay Apple $1 billion for infringing on smartphone patents. Woz on Patent Decision: "I Hate It" In a recent interview with Bloomberg news, Wozniak (popularly known by many as simply "Woz") let it be known that he doesn't agree with the California jury's decision to award Apple more ... (view more)

Fri
14
Sep
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iPhone 5: Apple to Sell 48M Units by January 2013

Despite disappointing some analysts by failing to include hotly-anticipated 'near field communications' technology in the new iPhone 5, Apple is expected to sell almost fifty million units of the iPhone 5 between late September and the end of 2012. ... Apple officially unveiled the iPhone 5 on Wednesday, September 12. Although some industry experts were stunned by Apple's failure to build any cutting-edge technologies into the device, there's no doubt the slick new smartphone will satisfy a great many consumers. New iPhone Is Thinner, Lighter, Faster The new iPhone 5 is thinner, lighter, and ... (view more)

Thu
13
Sep
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Apple Unveils iPhone 5; Some Analysts Disappointed

Apple Inc's new iPhone is scheduled to become available for pre-order on Friday, September 14, 2012. Hitting retail stores a week later, it sports a raft of new technologies. However, analysts say it's far from perfect. Among the new gizmos on the ... iPhone 5: a 1136 x 640 pixel Retina display, a speedy new Apple "A6" processor, LTE/4G capabilities, a 720p front facing camera, three different microphones, better speakers, a 20 per cent reduction in weight, and a brand new 9-pin input/output connector. Experts say the phone should last for up to eight hours of high speed web browsing on a single ... (view more)

Tue
28
Aug
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Apple iPad 'Mini' Coming This October: Report

A new report appears to confirm that Apple is working on developing a smaller version of its popular iPad tablet computer. Known as the iPad "Mini," the new device will reportedly be ready for an October, 2012 launch. The report stems from a recent ... blog post by John Gruber, who is considered a reliable technology insider by many industry experts. Gruber recently suggested that an iPad Mini would launch at least a month after the iPhone 5, which analysts believe will ship September 21 . Apple to Pace Product Releases Gruber argues that Apple doesn't want to bombard consumers with two products ... (view more)

Fri
24
Aug
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Apple iPhone 5 Due September 21: Report

A new report indicates that Apple's next version of the iPhone smartphone, the iPhone 5, will hit stores in late September, 2012. Internet blog TechCrunch says it has learned from a "trusted Verizon employee" that the mobile communications firm will ... begin an employee vacation blackout on September 21. The Verizon worker says the firm will prevent employees from taking time off from then until September 30, a period of nine days. Such a blackout is significant because it suggests Verizon will need all hands on deck for the release of a very popular new product. (Source: techcrunch.com ) Short ... (view more)

Tue
21
Aug
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Apple: Beware Dangerous iPhone Messages

Apple has warned iPhone users to take care when replying to SMS (Short Message Service) text messages, after a hacker released details about a fundamental security flaw in the iPhone operating system. The flaw could allow pranksters to send bogus ... messages that appear to come from someone else. It could also trick users into following dangerous links or handing personal information to criminals. The revelations come from a "white hat" hacker -- someone who looks for security flaws to pressure companies to improve, rather than to exploit them for personal gain -- who goes by the name " ... (view more)

Tue
24
Jul
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Best Buy Worker Accused of Stealing 'Racy' Photos

A Fairfax, Virginia, woman has accused a Best Buy employee of stealing "racy" photographs from her Apple iPhone. It's the first time the electronics retailer has been involved in such a case. Sophia Ellison went to the Fairfax-based Best Buy ... location because she wanted to have photos and contact information transferred from an old iPhone to a brand new one. What should have been a simple and straightforward process got complicated, however, when the Best Buy employee who volunteered to help her -- right now known only as 'George' -- offered to purchase the old iPhone for $60. ( ... (view more)

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