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iPhone 5S or iPhone 6? The Name Was Leaked In The Inventory Of Vodafone

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in iPhone, News | 0 comments

iPhone 5S or iPhone 6? The answer would have been discovered in an inventory of a British operator. For several months, consumers expect to find in June the iPhone 5S. It would be a slight improvement in the iPhone 5 released in September. The iPhone 6 will be proposed later and would highlight the most important changes. According to the document below, which would come from the inventory of Vodafone, Apple reportedly plans to introduce in a few weeks the iPhone 6. The iPhone 5S do not see the day, and Apple would intend to propose immediately major changes over last smartphone. iPhone 6 sooner than expected? This screenshot can not be authenticated and it is difficult to use as evidence. However, if the name is confirmed, Apple could surprise all consumers. The iPhone 6 should not be expected...

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is More Expensive To Build Than an iPhone 5

Posted by on May 11, 2013 in Debates | 0 comments

The Samsung Galaxy S4 is more expensive to build than an iPhone 5, according to the statements of the IHS institute. The research institute IHS announced that Samsung Galaxy S4 32GB version cost more to build than an iPhone 5 32GB version also. Costs are estimated at respectively 237 and 217 U.S. dollars. The study also shows that Samsung, unlike most manufacturers, keeps most of the internal production process. “Samsung’s strength is the ability to be able to rely on itself“, Vincent Leung said, an analyst at IHS. However, we can not say either that Samsung does not import anything from outside. For smartphone versions destined for U.S. markets, the Korean uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 600, while for the versions marketed in South Korea, the model incorporates a processor “homemade”, the Exynos, the cost of production is higher for...

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Apple Had Announced WWDC 2013 For June 10-14, Presentation Of The iOS 7 And The OS X 10.9

Posted by on May 3, 2013 in Featured, News | 0 comments

Apple had officially annnonced the beginning of its WWDC 2013 which will start on June 10 in San Francisco and ends on June 14. As every year, developers will be invited to learn more about iOS and OS X operating systems, 100 sessions are planned with more than 1000 engineers listening, in the idea of ​​always helping the present developers. Apple also announced that it will unveil new versions of iOS and OS X. The logo on top can already suggest some speculations – new colors? new type of product? Apple always is giving an appetite without giving anything away. This was the case in the previous WWDC. The opening keynote will be held during the week of June 10, iOS 7 will be announced with OS X 10.9. Rumors suggest a version of iOS 7 more “simpler” with a full changes....

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iPhone 5S Released In July Confirmed!

Posted by on May 1, 2013 in iPhone, News | 0 comments

A document intended to circulate within the premises of the Japanese KDDI telecom operator  and specifically those of its mobile branch AU suggests that the release of the iPhone 5S is scheduled for next July… This document whose authenticity has yet to precisely confirm that the replacement of the current iPhone 5 will be delivered to various retailers on June 20 (pre-orders) for a market that should start in the month of July. Basically, We learn that the iPhone 5S which runs iOS 7 and embarks a 13Mpx digital photo camera against 8MP for the iPhone 5. Caution is obviously necessary but the possibility that the supply distributors should begin in late June in anticipation of commercialization in the following month seems believable since the opening keynote of the 2013 WWDC  is scheduled for June 10. Remember that Tim Cook has recently declared that no...

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Google Is The Leading Publisher Of Applications For iPhone and iPad

Posted by on Mar 29, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Google is the king of the App Store! If we put aside the games, Google wins the first place of publishers the most downloaded on the App Store. According to App Annie study, the two applications (excluding games) the most popular in the App Store in January and February were YouTube and Google Maps. Two applications that were previously installed by default on all iOS devices. In total, the Web giant has in total 20 applications on the App Store, just closer to Apple. Paradoxically, Google is not the first publisher on Google Play, despite the presence of 62 applications. Indeed, it is Facebook that holds the top spot on the Google Play, thanks to its two flagship applications: Facebook and...

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Apple Is Creating A New Web Page To Face Competition..

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

The new web page that apple has launched and which was meant to praise the iPhone 5 for the competition has led a lot of Android fans to comment on every single word the Apple has included on the page. Competition is triggered whenever a company wants to attract the attention of the public, like for instance Samsung’s Ads last year, or the “I’m a Mac” Ads from Apple. Android OEMs are coming up with new different features that the public never thought of before regarding the hardware side (HTC’s new microphones) and the software side (Dual-camera video chat in the Galaxy 4). Apple makes numerous software changes not only to attract the attention of others but also to keep their attention. Additionally, Apple takes its own procedures when a company brings something we have already seen on some level from...

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Dropbox Acquires Mailbox, The Smart MailClient On iOS

Posted by on Mar 17, 2013 in iPhone Apps, News | 0 comments

Dropbox announced on its blog that it’s had acquired Mailbox, an application for iPhone that had quite a buzz before and after its launching. This intelligent app for iOS sorts emails to better classify and read the most important first, while putting aside those that can wait. Dropbox said “falling in love” with Mailbox once being discovered. The host file online said to have the same philosophy as the company it bought, including resolving hidden problems of life and re-imagine the things we do every day. Dropbox doesn’t replace your folders or your hard drive: it makes them better. The same is true with Mailbox. It doesn’t replace your email: it makes it better. Whether it’s your Dropbox or your Mailbox, we want to find ways to simplify your life. For its part, Mailbox also announced that the application will...

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The iPhone 5S is Coming With The Wireless Charging..

Posted by on Mar 13, 2013 in iPhone, Rumors | 0 comments

According to DigiTimes, Apple and Samsung will offer this year a wireless charging technology for their respective new smartphones. They follow as well the big names like Nokia, LG or HTC. Sources claim that for the Galaxy S4, it is not impossible such as change in the hull because is made ​​of the fact that the hull of origin is not compatible with the technology. For Apple, DigiTimes says she will “probably” adopt this system which it develops internally. Just like Samsung, it is not known whether the smartphone of Cupertino integrate wireless charging capabilities or if it will go through third-party accessories. The site has often had good information in the past, but has also wrong.. Two clues suggest Apple does not adopt the final wireless charging slution for this year at least. Indeed, there is little production of...

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Goophone i5S, 4″, an iPhone 5 with Android at $ 99

Posted by on Mar 11, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Here is the Goophone i5S, a low-cost smartphone which has the particularity to copy every feature of the iPhone 5. And that is to say, both on the hardware and software, it is simply an iPhone 5 with Android sauce. More precisely, it is i5S low-cost version of the same model already that juts out with a touch screen of 4-inches with a definition of 480 x 854 pixels, a dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz version Mediatek MT6577, accompanied by a graphics chip PowerVR SGX Series 5 and 1 GB of memory (RAM). It also offers a 5 megapixel camera, a 1.3 megapixel front camera, WiFi b / g, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, GPS and 3G. For a thickness of 7.6 mm, this smartphone would advance a standby time of approximately 150 to 200 hours. Unfortunately, no indication of...

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Concept: The Upcoming iPhone 6 and iPhone Plus Without Home Button nor Borders

Posted by on Mar 4, 2013 in Concept, iPhone | 0 comments

Nowhereelse and Martin Hajek teamed up to offer two concepts of iPhone 6 and iPhone More. The concept of today share the idea of ​​an overall review of the overall design of the iPhone that has not changed since its first release. Nowhereelse is mainly based on the touchpad of the Apple MacBook, which is covered with a glass plate, as the screens of our smartphones. “In that case, why not equipping the iPhone with a touch screen and clickable designed in the same way as a trackpad?! “. Based on this judgment, the Home button was fired to be replaced by the click of the bottom of the screen mounted on a pendulum. Incidentally, the borders which frame the screen have been in turn removed to have finally a largest iPhone. The hull is in turn directly inspired by mini...

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