If you’ve ever lost or accidentally delete files on your computer, you know it is quite a sinking feeling. That deep pit-of-your-stomach pain that rattles the cages of your soul. Stellar Data Recovery tries to smooth over your fears with Mac Data Recovery 5.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts Apple, in a move to diversify suppliers, will use manufacturing partner Pegatron to build a majority of the orders for their rumored low-cost iPhone, as well as more than half of all legacy iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S orders.
Increased efforts in India just might be paying off for Apple, as a new report shows the iPhone grabbing second place in their smartphone market, behind rival Samsung.
How would you like to extend your iPhone and iPad’s data plan multiple times without forking over hard earned cash to your provider? Cue the revolutionary combination Onavo Extend app and service. Sounds too good to be true right? After my extensive testing over the past year plus, it’s true.
Apple began airing a pair of new iPhone ads last night, based on their recent series of iPad ads posted in February. The ads highlight a number of great apps available on the App Store, all using key words.
We live in a world of freelancers, independent contractors, and job seekers. Business cards are swapped at happy hour, at meetings, and out in the field, leading to a clutter of cards crammed into an already too full wallet. Business Cards Info (BCI) has developed an application that allows you to store business cards from contacts, or even create your own.
After Apple’s recent dispute loss with IGB electronics, the owner of the iPhone trademark in Brazil, it seems on the contrary that both parties are now close to an agreement in the case.
A new report from the Far East claims that Apple has contracted with Taiwan’s Chipbond Science and Technology to build fingerprint sensors into its next-generation iPhone. The NFC chip rumor also pops up in the report.
Several photos of an early prototype of the iPhone have surfaced, These are from 2005, and show a device that looks more like a very thick iPad as opposed to the iPhone we know and love today.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Today we’ve a whole wallpaper suite for all your devices brought to you by @MikailDesign
comScore has released the results of its monthly rolling survey of U.S. mobile phone users for the period covering November – January, and it shows Apple’s smartphone market share rose 3.5 percentage points between October and January, with 37.8% of U.S. platform and hardware sales.
Many people tend to put cases on their iPhone’s to protect it from dents, scratches, scrapes, water, and pretty much anything harmful. Some cases are thick, some are thin. As for me, I generally like to keep my iPhone as thin as possible while still adding some sort of protection again scratches. Enter the Lux Snap On Case by CaseCrown.
New rumors from far east of here say that Apple partner Foxconn is already assembling units of the “iPhone 5S”, using the same production lines as the current-generation iPhone 5.
During an event at the University of Arizona’s Department of Marketing, former Apple advertising lead Ken Segall shared some behind-the-scenes details into the naming of Apple’s popular smartphone. We know that Apple considered calling the device the ‘iPad’, but there were a few other names considered along the way too.
Just when you thought the iPhone and iPad rumor stream was beginning to slow to a trickle, Rene Ritchie of iMore reports this morning that Apple is planning to release their next-gen iPhone (dubbed the iPhone 5S) this August, and that a new 5th-gen iPad and a 2nd-gen iPad mini could launch as soon as next month.
One of the biggest features the iPhone doesn’t have is inductive charging, present on most flagship competitor phones. However while at MWC, I got the chance to talk to Scott Eisenstein of Duracell Powermat, who make inductive charging mats for iPhone.