Posted by Azeem on December 16, 2012 ·
The iPhone 5 hits the Chinese market through the China Unicom carrier and this latest device of the company has seen a remarkable demand from the customers of China. China Telecom alone has received more than 200,000 pre-orders of this device and hopefully this figure will increase further in some coming days.
The analysts of the market are quite hopeful about the
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sales performance of this device in China. Yet these highly anticipated sales, the stock of the second largest company of the world did not perform well and the price of the stock of the company went down further at [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on October 4, 2012 ·
Mini iPad tablet is already controlled by Apple and is in production at factories from China, in preparation for the launch event that will take place this month.
iPad Mini, ready to launch this month iPad Mini, ready to launch this month.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on October 1, 2012 ·
For many, iPhone 5 is the king of smartphones. Although the author does not agree with this statement, the terminal popularity can not be denied. From 2007 to today, users and mobile phone manufacturers carefully follow Apple launches from this segment.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on January 8, 2012 ·
The founders of OLPC (one laptop per child) will be presented at CES 2012 the first tablet of $100 ever built and in the pictures of it we have a concept.
The tablet will have an 8 inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768 and will be called the XO 3.0. The new product will run Linux Sugar or Android OS and after images from this article we can see that is a pretty interesting device.
Perhaps more interesting than the design is the operation besides solar panels because it implemented the tablet can work in user-generated energy by turning the handle that right from the device.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on January 7, 2012 ·
Although Apple‘s lawyers have sent warnings to cease the sales of which produce the real figurine with Steve Jobs, the product came here today on several eBay sites worldwide.
Apple’s lawyers have argued that they would sue the Hong Kong Company that produces the figurine walking on the idea that the image of Steve Jobs can be defended in court just as a patent.
Apple still has not registered the trademark image of Steve Jobs and the law of certain states, descendants of a deceased person don’t have any right on the image of the deceased so the figurine will be sold in many [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on January 3, 2012 ·
Although this year Apple changed the rules and chose to keep on the market an iPhone more than a year, the company has managed to stay in first place among the most used operating system in Europe.
The information comes from StatCounter site that monitors millions of web sites around the world and see in the picture above how the market share evolved from the operating system developed by Apple.
If Apple started 2011 with a market share of 45% at the end of the market share reached 40%, much of it reaching at the Android OS.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on January 2, 2012 ·
Certainly you heard a few months ago that the closing of services for localization on iDevices will significantly improve the battery from your iDevice with iOS 5.
These are mainly iPhone 4S and now I about it because Apple seems to have a pretty bad operating system designed for this device. Then was rumored that in iOS 5/5.0.1 for iPhone 4S, there is a bug that affects the time zone setting and generates a significant decrease of the battery life.
Well for me disable all location services, not only for the time zone, brought an extra hour of usage for iPhone 4S.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 26, 2011 ·
We present you two of the most disappointing technology/gadgets of 2011. We can say them failures due to the marketing effects were disastrous.
To put on the market a phone with only 2.6 inches touchscreen in smartphone era with displays over 4 inches mean a risk.
HP has done this with Veer model, equipped with webOS. Consumers felt that the device is too small. In fact, so small for a touchscreen that can not be used as it should (of course, on the market exists phones with touch screens of 2.6 inches, but HP product was a complete failure).
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 20, 2011 ·
Those from New York Times managed to find some internal secrets from Apple and Google. The two major IT companies have developed and tested in the past year smart accessories such as bracelets and watches, which could improve the way we interact with the mobile phones.
A very small group of Apple employees wears a bracelet test glass, with similar features of an iPod shuffle.
It has touch-sensitive control areas and uses commands recognized by Siri to communicate with iPhone. The picture above is not representing the bracelet which we are talking about. iBangle is a concept introduced three years [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 18, 2011 ·
Samsung Galaxy SIII
We must recognize that, apart from the fact that we know that Samsung Galaxy SIII will be launched in 2012, nobody knows how it will look and what features it will have.
There are many rumors. Is likely that Samsung Galaxy SIII to rely on an Exynos processor at 1.8 GHz dual-core, but is likely to be used a quad-core chip Tegra 3, that soon will conquer the market.
The Galaxy SIII screen could have the same dimensions as its predecessor, but with a higher resolution. In addition, it appears that all manufacturers are turning to smartphones equipped with 2GB RAM.