Apple recently announced that on November 11th, its remarkable new device, iPhone 4S will start to sell in 22 countries including Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, El Salvador, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Malta, Montenegro, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Romania and South Korea. Read More
Apple’s flagship store in 5th Avenue, New York is undergoing a design change and will be open to the public again at 10 AM tomorrow with the new design in place. Apple said on the store’s official website –
We’ll be closed starting at 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 3 and will reopen at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 4.
Pro-Share is a really simple yet effective application which allows you to upload your pictures and videos to numerous social networks all from one App. You can upload your pictures/videos to Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, YouTube and can even transfer pictures from one iOS device to another with Bluetooth. Read More
It appears that Apple have now addressed the battery life problem on the iPhone 4S by way of an update to iOS 5. Along with this they have also added:
-Multitasking gestures on the original iPad.
-Resolved bugs with documents in the Cloud.
-Improved voice recognition for Australian users when using the dictation feature.
-Security improvements for developers. They can now specify files that should stay on the device, even in low storage situations.
(This update supports all devices running iOS 5)
Google moments ago released the official native Gmail App for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and then just pulled it back from the App Store. The App although appeared stunning in design, it lacked basic elements like push notifications and users faced errors while logging into their accounts. Read More
Apple is set to unveil an all-new version of its Apple Store App for iOS devices that will change the company’s retail operation forever. According to this latest report from BGR, on Thursday, the App will go live and it will bring with it two new remarkable features. The new version will allow users to online order products and pick them up at an Apple retail store to make the entire process faster, and secondly customers will be able to self check out in all Apple Store. Read More
We all know that Apple dosen’t approve of other companies being ahead of them in the market. One of their typical actions occurred again today. They have removed a third party App from the App Store which allows people to access their music and more on their iOS devices. Amazon’s Cloud Drive is a competitor to Apple’s iCloud service. Like iCloud it allows you to access photos, contacts, calendars and the addition of music and books. This App links directly with your Amazon ID and pushes your data to all of your iOS devices that you have the App installed on. Again, much like iCloud.
Apple’s incredible music creation App which was introduced for iPad earlier this year is now available for iPhones and iPod touches. Just like the iPad version, this App has got an amazing amount of musical instruments that you can choose from, play them, and even learn them. Songs from GarageBand on your iPhone or iPod touch can also be transferred to your Mac or PC for further editing. Read More
In a remarkable turn of events, Google has announced that it will start charging for accessing the Google Maps API. Starting from January 1, 2012, when more than the limit of 25,000 map hits are made in a day, Google will begin its fee process. Read More