Apple's advertisements tend to focus on what a phone does and how it affects someone's life rather than the raw specs. The latest advertisement that began airing this week highlights that by showcasing several apps available in the iOS App Store and how they can make users do things they probably didn't imagine.
There's even a veiled shot at Samsung at the 1:05 mark. While Samsung has been promoting the ability of the Galaxy S5 to take someone's pulse with the built-in sensor on the back, Apple shows how an app already uses the rear flash to do that. At the end, you can see there are plenty of use cases for iPhones without having to argue about screen size and cores. Is it a good strategy? Take a look and decide for yourself.
There have been many rumors floating around about the new iPhone and it's size/shape however now we have a picture of what is supposed to be a mold for the housing of the device published by a French website called Nowhereelse coming from the Foxconn factory. If the calculations floating around the internet are right this device will indeed be a 4.7 inch device with that "skinny" iPhone form factor.
At one point not too long ago all new Apple products were heavily guarded secrets and you wouldn't even get a whiff of them until the official unveiling. This is no longer true; in fact there is not just one but two iPhone leaks to report today.
The Microsoft Office for iPad app debuted today. It's a big story that you can read more about here. A potentially bigger story on smaller screens, especially for those of you who aren't iPad owners, is that Microsoft today announced that the Office Mobile apps for Android and iOS are now completely free - no subscription required. Read More »
Considering that Apple CarPlay is designed to connect an Apple iOS 7 device with in-car software that looks an awful lot like you might expect an Apple car system to look, one might think that it's all Apple software powering the integrated car platform. One would be wrong. BlackBerry is the underlying force making that happen. Read More »
LinkedIn is going to shutdown its Intro feature for iOS that made it possible to get background information about the people sending your emails. Intro arrived several months ago with a bit of controversy because of security issues, but it continued to be used by many iPhone users. My guess is not enough users bothered businesslike is encouraging users to uninstall Intro before March 7 or risk having their accounts temporarily unusable. Here's how: Read More »
Steve Wozniak, the man who co-founded Apple and will forever be associated with the company even though he's not involved with new products, is known for saying eyebrow raising things on occasion. His latest comments suggesting that Apple should build and sell an Android smartphone is arguably the silliest in quite a while. Read More »
Google Chromecast will seem far more appealing now that Google has expanded support to all developers rather than just the ones who got on the company's good side. Google previously kept the tools necessary to publish an app supporting Chromecast's phone and TV connection under tight controls, but it has finally made it possible for other apps to access those same tools. Read More »
First and second generation HTC products such as the HTC Hero, G1, Aria, Legend, G2 Magic, Aria, G1, Droid Eris etc, Mostly Android devices.
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Windows Phone 7 Devices including the Nokia Lumia 900, Nokia Lumia 800, Nokia Lumia 710, HTC 7 Surround, Samsung Focus, LG Optimus 7,LG Optimus Quantum, HTC TITAN, HTC TITAN II, HTC Arrive, HTC Radar, HTC Trophy, HTC 7 Pro.