News tagged: Apple iPhone
According to a new report by the Wall Street Journal, Cupertino company Apple is testing 6-inch iPhones, and planning to release large-sized iPhones in the next year in order to compete with the growing phablet market, which is basically a 5-inch + sized Smartphone.
If you enjoy playing hex-based war games, you may be interested in knowing that Hunted Cow Studios has announced that the first in their new series of hex-based war game simulations, Ancient Battle: Rome, is now available on the Apple App Store for just $1.99
Surprise! Or not so surprisingly, Cupertino company Apple has finally sent out official press invites for their next media event scheduled for September 10th, like we didn't already know about it. While the invite doesn't make any mention of it, it does smell of iPhone.
PopCap, the developers of the hugely popular Plant vs. Zombies game, has announced that the sequel, Plants vs. Zombies 2, has been downloaded nearly 25 million times. They also report that the number of downloads exceeded the downloads of the original game.
Yahoo! has acquired a number of apps in the past year, and now, the company is putting their newly acquired resources into enhancing their existing services. And that starts with Flickr. Remember GhostBird Software? Their iOS photography app "KitCam" found a new home.
Apple has finally spilled some details about their long rumored iPhone trade-in plan. Under the scheme, one can return their perfectly working Apple iPhone and earn discounts when buying another iPhone, most definitely the latest one (iPhone 5S coming up).
Appatheia LLC, an independent developer of games for mobile phones, has announced the release of their latest game, Drinking GameZ: Beer Pong, on the App Store for the low, low price of free. According to the developers, this is the most epic game of its kind.
A new report reveals that many non-developer Apple iPhone handsets are getting bricked when running the iOS 7 beta builds, which forces the user to roll back all the way to iOS 6 so as to un-brick their iPhone (at least it isn't permanently dead) to life.
Blogger and Apple "insider" Sonny Dickson posted dozens of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C body pictures for the web's viewing pleasure. These are pictures of actual pre-assembled products and not CGI renders. Among the stuff picture include bodies and front-bezels.
We've known of a black+gold color trim for iPhone 5S for some time now, and the pictures we've seen so far reveal a shade and hue of gold that's more pronounced and pimped-out. Apparently the final iteration would feature a more 'soft-gold' appearance.
A new report from the Wall Street Journal says that Apple has given the go ahead to mass contract phone manufacturer Foxconn to begin shipping two different and new models of the iPhone next month. This falls exactly in line with the rumored September 10th event.
After a High Court case was levied against them claiming that they are bypassing the Apple iPhone's built-in security settings in order to collect user information via the Safari browser, Google stated that UK privacy laws don't apply to them because they are US based.
iPhone 5C could come in a bouquet of glossy color options, which could make Apple's premium iPhone 5S lineup look rather bland, if it's limited to black and silver. That is, unless, the company plans to create a metallic color lineup out of the iPhone 5S as well.
Apple has released the newest beta version of their upcoming iOS 7 mobile operating system. Unlike the previous releases, the new iOS 7 beta 6 release brings very minimal changes. Think of it as more of a bug fix than a feature release. Official changelog inside.
With all the talk of Apple slating product launches of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C for September 10, 2013; Apple may have rattled its distributor network a little. Sources told Phone Arena that Apple could hold a launch event for its two new smartphones late October.
Ever find the need to have both your iPhone and iPad docked upright on your desk, while you clack away at your iMac? We do, and the Duo dock from Cooler Master, peaks our attention. This contraption combines an iPhone dock, and an iPad stand, which lock into each other.
While we were already aware of the fact that Apple will introduce new iOS powered devices in the month of September, an insider source of AllThingsD confirmed to the world that the Cupertino company will indeed hold an event, on the 9th of September, for the iPhone 5S.
One of the most recognizable pieces of third-party software for Windows from the past two decades, WinZip, set foot on iOS with a pair of new apps for the platform; which lets you extract files from a plethora of archive formats, and create them in .zip and .zipx.
Square released an update for its iOS app that effectively turns iPads into effective cash registers. The app works with Square card POS (point of sale) device, to now log each payment locally (or a specific location), and print receipts with Bluetooth-enabled printers.
Hot on the heels of the incident where an iPhone 5 user got electrocuted by using the device when it was plugged in, and attributing it to spurious chargers included in the product package, Apple set up a scheme to replace chargers of Apple iPhone and iPad users.