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    by Published on 09-20-2012 12:55 PM
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    The iPhone community is excited to get the iPhone 5 in their hands, but it is still a large problem that 4G LTE won’t be available everywhere, as it is one of the iPhone 5’s most exciting new features. Good news for some extra cities today is that AT&T and Verizon appear to have expanded their 4G LTE networks just before tomorrow’s official launch of the iPhone 5.



    The iPhone 5’s 4G ...
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    by Published on 09-20-2012 07:55 AM
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    Samsung recently aired a new commercial where it continues to promote its “The next big thing is already here” message referring to the Samsung Galaxy S III handset. In the latest commercial, customers are shown waiting in line for what is presumably meant to be Apple’s iPhone 5 (although the product is never mentioned by name). You can watch the video below:



    Customers are shown calling ...
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    by Published on 09-20-2012 04:33 AM
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    Less than a month after pod2g discovered an SMS spoofing flaw within iOS, Apple has went ahead and patched the vulnerability. According to p0sixninja, Apple’s latest version of their mobile platform, iOS 6, has a number of security fixes with the SMS spoofing bug being one of them.



    The bug was related to how previous iterations of iOS handled incoming SMS messages ...
    9 Comments  3508 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2012 09:53 PM
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    Apple products and removable batteries have a hate-hate relationship. Apple hates them, and we hate that they don’t have them.

    Which makes Apple’s latest patent just that much more insane: A patent for a universal battery system. Patent #8,269,453 “Battery Charging System for Mobile and Accessory Device,” details a system where universal removable battery packs can be used to power devices ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2012 09:38 PM
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    Apple’s iOS 6 release didn’t came and went with a few minor hiccups, most notably an embarrassingly simple Wi-Fi snafu.

    The problem stems from the way mobile Safari handles network verification. In order to connect to a Wi-Fi network through Safari the browser loads a special page, which apparently went down earlier today.



    The issue plagued iPad and iPhone users alike, ...
    12 Comments  8668 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2012 12:57 PM
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    With today’s release of iOS 6 to the general public after months of beta testing, Apple is now launching their own applications with support for the new operating system. One of the more popular applications among iOS users is the free Find My iPhone application because it allows users to track stolen or lost iOS devices and Mac computers on a map from any devices that are linked to your Apple ID.

    As shown above, the application ...
    132 Comments  27605 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2012 10:45 AM
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    This review will go over numerous new features of iOS 6.

    A New Maps App





    iOS 6 comes with a new and redesigned Maps application that Apple built themselves. It doesn’t use Google Maps anymore. Maps now uses Apple’s own mapping technology that is backed by TomTom. It surpasses the old Maps application by supporting features such as turn-by-turn navigation, flyover view, and even a beautiful new map interface.



    Turn-by-turn navigation works just the way you would expect it to. Enter an address and iOS takes over from there – routing you to where you need to go from your current location. Your iPhone will speak the directions aloud to you as you move along the intended path, so you will always know what to do even when the road has your attention. Using technology from TomTom, the Maps application will help re-route you when traffic conditions change, this way you’ll never end up late to where you need to be.

    What's great about this feature is being able to simply sit back and let the phone do everything for you. Back in the Google Maps days, you had to be constantly looking at the Google Maps image, distinguishing road names for yourself and spending more time looking at the screen instead of the road. It is certainly a much-needed feature for iOS, being requested for so long. Unfortunately it took a while to get here, but it's finally here and it's great!



    The ...
    12 Comments  4735 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2012 05:08 AM
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    According to results from a virtual teardown from IHS iSuppli that were made public recently, Apple pays an estimated $207 to build the base model 16GB iPhone 5 (a cost slightly higher than last year’s iPhone 4S). The market research company noted in its report that while previously-expensive NAND flash memory prices have dropped, the iPhone 5’s display technology and 4G LTE wireless components brings the build cost up to $207, ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2012 03:46 AM
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    A recent test of the iPhone 5’s new A6 processor yielded a surprisingly quick score on SunSpider’s JavaScript benchmarking tool, with the system on a chip even topping the Medfield Atom Z2460. While not an official test, the folks over at AnandTech was able to run SunSpider v0.9.1 on an iPhone 5 review sample on Wednesday and watched as the dual-core A6 chip chewed through the benchmark in ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2012 02:56 AM
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    The U.S. International Trade commission recently announced that it has voted to investigate Apple’s lineup of products, including the iPhone, iPad, and Macs, in response to a complaint lodged by Motorola Mobility. Here, Motorola has alleged that Apple’s products violate section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930. The Google-owned handset maker is hoping the ITC will block the importation of Apple’s devices ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2012 02:05 AM
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    When Apple first announced and introduced the iPhone 5 to the general public, there was one accessory that remained absent: a dock. The Cupertino California company introduced other accessories that utilized the new smaller connector, Lightning but the dock just didn’t end up being one of them. Included in these accessories was a 30-pin adapter, a USB cable, an HDMI and VGA cable, etc.

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    by Published on 09-19-2012 01:48 AM
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    Continued demand for Apple’s new iPhone 5 has caused shipping times to slip to 3-4 weeks from the Apple Online Store along with partner carriers and resellers seeing similar delays. After a large number of pre-orders filled up quickly and ended up eating away at Apple’s first batch of iPhone 5 units last Friday, demand for the new device remains strong as the company is continuing to push ...