News tagged: Apple iPhone
Corning plans to highlight the company's newest glass solution at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week. At the show, Corning will demonstrate the toughness of Gorilla Glass 3 and showcase the use in a larger format and multi-touch displays.
Users starts reporting that their iOS 6 'Do Not Disturb' setting isn't working right. The problem is in scheduled time feature which needs to turn 'Do Not Disturb' feature off at some time, but apparently it doesn't. Interestingly, not everyone is reporting the issue.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority has released the beta version of an app that will allow users to get an estimated arrival time of trains on six of their lines. The app is currently available for iOS devices but the app for other OSs should be coming.
Digiarty Software announced today in a press release that their online, multi-player, science fiction game titled Space Settlers is now available as a free download from the iTunes store. The game features mech combat and real time strategy elements.
While gaming industry revenue news can get a bit dull at times, the fact that Finnish studio Supercell is pulling in more money per month than EA in the iOS market is pretty impressive. To top it off they are doing it with only two apps, Hay Day and Clash of Clans.
Judge Lucy Koh shot down Apple's request seeking a permanent sales ban on Samsung products infringing its design patents. Judge Koh stated that while Samsung products may have affected Apple's market share, they didn't strip it of its participation in the market.
Apple has handed the Best iPhone Game of the Year 2012 to Ubisoft's Rayman Jungle Run. Rayman Jungle Run was release in September of 2012, received critical and popular acclaim and reached the top ranking spot on the AppStore's best seller list in a few days.
Amazon introduced Instant Video apps for iPhone and iPod Touch. The on-demand video streaming app made its way to smaller iOS devices after a presence on iPad. It even carries over free access to over 30,000 Prime Instant Video items for Amazon Prime members.
Even as Apple Maps continues to lead scores of people around the world astray, Google Maps made its comeback on the iPhone, along with an SDK for developers to build their apps around it. The new GPS-assisted app also gives iPhone users turn-by-turn navigation.
Following a plausible leaked set of pictures covering its body panels, we're getting to hear more about the iPhone 5S, Apple's big phone launch of 2013. Among the biggest feature additions are a higher-resolution IGZO screen, a new 128 GB storage option, and NFC.
After leading many a Briton to places they never intended to be, Apple Maps is now Australian for getting lost. Victoria Police issued a public caution against using the Apple Maps app that ships with iOS 6 devices, which led several Mildura motorists into wilderness.
Apple finally launched its iTunes Store service in 56 countries, which include Russia, Turkey, India, South Africa. The service allows customers from those parts of the world to buy music in their local currencies, who were till now redirected to the UK or US stores.
Time sure flies, doesn't it? It's been 40 years since the game Pong first arrived in arcades, on console devices and on computer screens everywhere. Sony has chosen a winner of it's "Pong Indie Developer Challenge", and you can get it free on Apple's App Store.
The latest round of chum-flinging between Apple and Samsung in the patent fishmarket that is called Earth, sees the latter lose a patent infringement case about
something important a UI element called "rubberband effect," in the Netherlands. No injunctions were granted.
ZAGG announced special availability of iFrogz Boost speaker at Walmart for Black Friday. The pocketable speaker is designed for iPhone, iPod, and iPad, and packs stereo 4W (RMS) output. It made its mark due to a unique sound amplification technology.