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Displaying items by tag: iPhone 4S

Optus has begun selling an iPhone 6 adaptor for the Thuraya SatSleeve smartphone-to-satphone accessory.

Published in Mobility

Never shy to beat its own drum, Apple naturally felt compelled to tell the world through press release that it sold 9 million new iPhone 5s, beating all analyst expectations.  However, should we have expected any less given the pent up demand from a vast iPhone user base needing an upgrade?

Published in Beerfiles
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 09:08

Apple says sorry to China

Apple CEO Tim Cook has apologised to the company’s Chinese customers after facing weeks of backlash centered around Apple’s warranty and repair policies.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 12 February 2013 13:54

iPhone 4S owners – read this please

Apples iOS software update may have caused 3G connectivity problems. A new iOS 6.1.1 software update is available from 11 February. It is only for the 4S – all other iOS are not affected.

Published in Mobility
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If you've wanted to buy a new and unlocked iPhone, your only choice has been the Apple Store - but that's now changed. Whether an unlocked iPhone - or any other unlocked handset - is good value depends a lot on how you plan to use it.

Published in Mobility

A new powered speaker from Logitech takes advantage of Apple's AirPlay system for wireless audio playback.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 12:43

E-tail entrepreneur Kogan slices brand name prices

Although Ruslan Kogan has taken his surname and turned it into a brand name, there's clearly plenty o' cash to be made from selling existing top brands at competitively low prices, with Kogan promising 'up to 46% off' retail pricing on brands like Apple, HP and Dr Dre.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

The wait for an untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 running iOS 5.0.1 is finally over, with French hacker Pod2G and the Dev Team hackers releasing a jailbreak tool called 'Absinthe', which is indeed a form of 'greenpois0n'.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Web articles from dubious sounding sources may well be promising that full jailbreaks and unlocks for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 are available, but they're still scams, with French hacker 'pod2g' showing photos of jailbroken 2 and 4S devices and promising public availability is still 'coming soon'.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 18:03

Dot brings one-shot 360° video panoramas to iPhone

The Kogeto Dot lens allows the iPhone to capture 360° panoramas instantly.

Published in Mobility

Vendors in the global mobile device market have been warned that to be consistently successful they must shift their focus to designing mobile products or building server infrastructures ready to support mobile users, bundling products with useful, relevant software or services whenever possible, and making products adaptable to the changing and increasing demands of consumers and enterprises.

Published in Cloud Computing

Warning: all those sites promising a jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 are lying to you, as it's not possible yet, but if hacker 'pod2g' is successful, a jailbreak for devices running the A5 processor (which is the iPhone 4S and iPad 2) might be coming in the next week or two.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

With the launch of the 2012 iPhone 5 still at least six to nine months away, all of the attention is on the unjailbreakable iPhone 4S and iPad 2, but as of very late 2011, the iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch with A4 processors can finally be jailbroken.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 19:04

The difference between Jobs and Apple spells trouble

The revelation that Apple developed an iPhone 5 with a 4-inch screen but was forced to scrap the model because the late Steve Jobs hated it could portend a troubled future for the company.

Published in Beerfiles
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 18:23

Bing bashes on Google's gates

Microsoft's search engine Bing wants to do to Google what Dyson did to Hoover.  Typically category killers become generic terms - think Hoover, Kleenex and Biro - but as Dyson's proved, even category killers can prove vulnerable.

Published in Strategy

iOS 5.0 received a generally good reception from iPhone owners. Two particular issues were reduced battery life, and the absence of Siri for the iPhone 4. Apple's done something about one, but not the other.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 12:27

TNZ offering iPhone 4S

Telecom New Zealand will begin offering the iPhone 4S to its customers for the first time this week alongside the iPhone 4 8GB and 3GS models.

Published in Market

Korean giant Samsung was the clear winner in the global smartphone market during Q3 2011, but its lead over second placed Apple will be under threat because of the phenomenal success of the iPhone 4S with its killer voice command app Siri, according to a new report. Meanwhile, HTC has been a big upward mover while Nokia has halted its decline.

Published in Market

Well-known task management app "Remember the Milk" is first to claim the Siri interaction crown, well before Apple announces any official way for third-party apps to take part in the Siri conversation, but might a sometimes easily bruised Apple have Siri sic lawyers onto the situation?

Published in Mobility

Although Samsung's flagship Galaxy Nexus smartphone with Google's Android 4.0 OS will be available through telcos on cheaper contract plans, Kogan's the first to announce an unlocked price and data of availability for Australians, beating telcos to the new-phone-release punch.

Published in Mobility
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