When a company releases a new device or even an updated one for that matter its usual that they set out to make it lighter and thinner and Apple is no different.
Reports from Digitimes say that the iPad 5 will be 25% lighter than the iPad 4 making it around 489 grams.
With the rumor mill churning out more and more iOS 7 concepts, Designer Martin Hajek has released a set of images depicting a Budget iPhone running the rumored iOS 7.
The Budget iPhone is shown in various colour variants and is depicted runnning the flat UI of iOS 7 that Jony Ive and his team are believed to be working on. Never the less, this concept is one that I truly look forward to. More
It seems that the Weather Apps for the iOS are coming through quicker than ever, and now Yahoo have released their own dedicated App for the platform.
Yahoo Weather is a free app from the AppStore and is excellently designed.
Do people celebrate Christmas in China? If so, the strategically planned launch of the iPhone 5 in China may come as a warm surprise for Christmas shoppers. China generally proves to be a massive market for Apple, sometimes denoting a rather large chunk of Apple’s overall sales for a phone or device.
As it turns out, you Chinese people who read this English blog will not have to wait much longer to be able to snatch Apple’s latest flagship smartphone. The California-based company put out a press release today, stating that the iPhone 5 would be available on the 14th of December. Among other news, a couple other devices will be made available shortly. Read on for the press release and details.
As Mark Gurman, and less importantly, the Wall Street Journal report, Apple may be releasing the lusted-after iTunes 11 tomorrow. It’s been delayed multiple times. It’s been possibly leaked a handful of times. It’s been re-imagined by a handful of designers and developers alike. However, after all of this time, it still hasn’t been released. We really want it to be released, mainly because using the current iTunes is like sticking a needle under the fingernail of your largest finger, but also because it does look pretty slick.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is set to hit the UK shops on the 8th November and cost a fairly decent £399.
The camera that merges the world of the smartphone and the world of the cameras. The Galaxy Camera will be running Android Jelly Bean (4.1) and a 16MP sensor capable of 2x optictal zooms.
The Galaxy camera will also feature 3G connectivity so sharing your photos with friends and family will be easy wherever you happen to be.
For those that can’t wait to get their hands on the Samsung Galaxy Camera you could always pop to a Samsung Store on the 7th November at 5pm, where Samsung will be supplying early purchasers with Champagne and canapés.
Check the after the jump for the full press release.
Today, Apple sent out the invites for the event where they’ll be announcing the iPad Mini. You can find out coverage of there here. There’s quite a handful of announcements that Apple has up their sleeve, but one of them, in our opinion, deserves more attention than the others.
As you may have assumed, this device is the notorious iPad Mini. For years, news sites have been reporting on the mini iPad – it’s been getting time on the stage for years and years, always seeming to dodge an actual release. This time, as we reported, we believe that it will be announced.
There’s numerous reasons why we think it will hit the stores soon, and most of them are related to Apple’s poor security and damage control. I mean, this could either be a very good dis/mis-information scheme, or a very, ver poor job at keeping future endeavors from being announced prematurely. I do, however, doubt that Apple would be running a disinformation scheme, especially since I don’t see how it would benefit them, unless the final product was far superior to the leaked version. Read on for the details.
According to the above leaked document T-Mobile is going to be releaseing the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on thier network in the USA on October 24th.
It may be a coincidence that Samsung are also holding an event on the 24th, the device is also said to come pre-installed with Need for Speed Most Wanted
The UK and Korea have had the massive 5.5″ screened device since the start of October. Along with the large display the device has a quad-core processor.
As you probably have heard, Apple released iOS 6 and caused quite a hubbub on the internet. Their servers took a hit, no doubt. The update brings many changes that we outlined in a blog post here, but one that we didn’t mention was the non-superficial changes to the AppStore.
In the past, browsing the AppStore has always been a horrendous experience for me. First, I would have to type my password in, even for free apps, or even updates. My fingers are incredibly damaged due to some unknown nerve damage, so typing on the iPhone is something I absolutely loathe. With iOS 6, Apple no longer requires users to input their password when they update apps.
Also, they no longer make users leave the AppStore, every time that they download an app, whether paid or free. The apps download in the background, providing a much more seamless experience.
Even more useful is the “Apple Apps” section on the AppStore where users can download Apple’s applications without a password or tapping multiple times. One button and you get all of Apple’s best free apps. As Mike Beasley of 9to5Mac reports, there is no mention of any paid apps. So, if you’re looking for an easy handful of Apple’s best, free apps, head over to the AppStore! Stay frosty, my friends.