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2013, The Year When Apple Will Unveil Three New iPhone?

Posted by on Jan 21, 2013 in iPhone, News, Rumors | 0 comments

The year 2013 may know three new iPhone if we believe the sources of Asian China Times. Two iPhone would be presented in June and a third a few months later.  The two first Apple smartphones : iPhone 5S witch would retain its 4-inch screen and a “Math iPhone” with a 4.8-inch screen. They both would have an 8-megapixel camera sensor. The components disembark from the month of March with a start of production for the month of April. Obviously, this iPhone Math (code name presumably) leaves doubtful. First, the Cupertino did not used to call its future products in such a way internally. Moreover, iPhone 4.8″ equivalent to a Samsung Galaxy S3 today. Why Apple Will it such a big leap when it unveiled the iPhone 5 in September 2012 for the first time with a screen of...

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iPhone vs. Android Debate : That’s Enough !

Posted by on Jan 19, 2013 in Android, iPhone | 0 comments

“My screen’s larger.” “Mine’s had more memory.” “Mine has a quicker C.P.U..” “Steve Jobs could balance the world on his nose.” “Google is God.” … blah, blah, blah. The iPhone vs Android debate is the advanced development against innovation public debate; Jacob vs Edward, Pepsi vs Coca Cola, Christina vs Britney. It goes on and on, and on. You know what? You’re all bothering. So stop it. That’s it. Thanks for putting an end to all the madness, DogHouseDiaries. The world appreciates it. via |...

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iOS 7 Concept: convenient shortcuts on the lockscreen

Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in iPhone | 0 comments

The concepts of iOS did not begin yesterday, far from it. They nevertheless increased since 2/3 years, at least democratized. Indeed, thanks to the new video editing techniques, the people behind these concepts were only improve their work.  A new one is put on front of the stage today improving the iPhone’s Lockscreen, this page where the user is faced to unlock the device. Using a slid down, a panel with some parameters is revealed. These parameters are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode and the “Connection Sharing”. A tap on a button activates or deactivates these options. The first advantage is that it does not unlock the device, launch the Settings app and enable one by one each module. Of course, we imagine few from Apple this kind of arrivals that reminds Android. However a little bit of youthfulness would not be...

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The iPhone 5S could include a fingerprint sensor

Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in iPhone, News | 0 comments

The iPhone 5S planned for this year 2013 could unlike its predecessors in the S series (iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4S) to provide real news. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities which has often been right in the past, Apple is preparing to include in one way or another a fingerprint sensor behind the Home button on the phone.  This observation is based on the acquisition of  AuthenTec by Cupertino last July. AuthenTec is specialized in the production of fingerprint sensor. Apple could then use to unlock the iPhone without having to enter a code in advance (if the option is enabled in the options). Use is highlighted among many others. This advantage if this is well and truly the future of Apple smartphones could swing the deal on innovations from its main competitor, Samsung, and others. The...

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All you need to know about Upcoming Latest iPhone 5S

Posted by on Jan 10, 2013 in iPhone, News | 0 comments

Apple’s latest innovation, iPhone 5, disappointed many customers. It failed to fulfil the user demands. Recent reviews state that iPhone 5 lacked many features. There are many problems in iPhone 5 like:  Low functional iOS6 maps  Poor quality battery  LTE signal issues  Screen glitching  Bad Wi-Fi Apple recently announced that it will launch its new generation Smartphone, the iPhone 5S in June, 2013. Let’s hope that upcoming iPhone 5S minimises the defects of iPhone 5. Features of the upcoming gadget include: •  It is estimated that iPhone5S will have a high resolution display compared to its predecessor. It is made up of IGNO (Indium Gallium Zinc oxide) material. So we can expect 5S with bright screen display. •  Rumours state that storage capacity will be extended to 128GB and it is predicted that the gadget will be released in...

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Facebook Messenger just updated to add voice messages

Posted by on Jan 3, 2013 in Apps, iPhone, iPhone Apps, News | 0 comments

Facebook Messenger just updated to version 2.1 which brings two new interesting new features. you can now sending voice message. Once the button “Record Voice” selected, a new record button appears. Simply press and keep talking. Once finished, simply release the button and the voice message is sent. Free calls to your friends directly from the application are also available. The social network announced that this feature will be gradually launched in the coming weeks. To use the service, Canadian users will be able to log into their Messenger app, open a conversation with the person they want to call, hit the ‘i’ button in the top-right corner and selecting ‘Free Call.’ To send and receive calls, users will need to have the latest version of the app that is available today. What’s New in Version 2.1 : Send a quick...

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iOS 7 begins showing up in apps logs along with new iPhone

Posted by on Jan 2, 2013 in iPhone, News, Rumors | 0 comments

Its only been a couple months that Apple’s iPhone 5 was released but as you all might know, such companies get straight to work in order to get the next best thing available for us within the given time, with that said.  Developers are beginning to see references to iOS 7 and a new iPhone in their app usage logs. According to The Next Web, one developer in particular has contacted them about the logs, and they report seeing references to both iOS 7, and a new iPhone model with an iPhone 6,1 identifier. No specifics on hardware or software features are shared in developer logs, but sources have indicated that Apple began working on the new version of iOS 7 towards the end of 2012 and is soon to finalise the features that will be included in its first public release. In the past, Apple...

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Facebook Releases New Facebook Poke App for the iPhone

Posted by on Dec 21, 2012 in Apps, iPhone, iPhone Apps, News | 0 comments

Today Facebook released a new ‘Facebook Poke’ app for the iPhone. Poke your friends to share fun moments or just say hello. • Poke a friend with a message, photo or video • Choose how long they can see it • Press and hold to see pokes from friends • Say where you are when you poke • See when your friends take screenshots You can download Facebook Poke from the App Store for...

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Facebook offers the ability to download an application from the iOS interface

Posted by on Dec 19, 2012 in iPhone, News | 2 comments

the largest social network in the world, Facebook offers its users a function that is not a revolution, but very practical. It will be possible to download an application on the App Store directly from the Facebook platform. Previously, when an application was suggested on your newsfeed, we were obliged to make us on the App Store to download it. Now, a pop-up window will appear and the app will load on it without leaving Facebook. A feature included in iOS since version 6. Good news for advertisers, since users are less repelled Facebook to download an application for fear of leaving the Facebook app ...

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Google Maps for iOS hits 10 Million Downloads Within 48 Hours

Posted by on Dec 18, 2012 in Apps, iPhone, iPhone Apps, News | 0 comments

Just as the latest Google Maps for the iOS 6 was well met by iOS 6-driven mobile users, a report from ZDNet notes that Google’s senior vice president for commerce, Jeff Huber, shared that the new app was downloaded 10 million times in less than 48 hours. Revealed to have been shared on Huber’s own Google+ Page, Huber is quoted to share the following in his post, along with the download-performance stats of Google Maps for the iOS 6: “We’re excited for the positive reception of Google Maps for iPhone around the world. Congratulations to the Maps Team on the recognition for the passion and hard work they poured into it, for this release and over the last 7+ years.” The new Google Plus for the iOS 6 officially rolled out Wednesday last week, as Huber’s post is noted...

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