Posted by Azeem on December 17, 2012 ·
Apple has announced today that it has sold more than 2 million units of the iPhone 5 till the end of this weekend in China since it has started the selling of iPhone 5 from December 14. The officials of the company are quite hopeful that if this speed continues, then the company will get the larger market share of the region.
If the sales of iPhone 5 are compared with its predecessors, the iPhone 4S, then due to last year’s riots during the launch of this device, the exact comparison of both the devices cannot be made but it is obvious that this device is performing quite well in China.
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 December 19, 2011 ·
Tablets have become tools of entertainment increasingly popular among users, especially after the success of the iPhone and iPad 2, but after Google entered in this market with its powerful Android operating system, other manufacturers are offering the opportunity to fight with Apple.
Microsoft felt that the tablets will play an important role in the IT industry in the coming years, which is why Windows 7 operating system designed for PC was eventually ported for tablets, and the next step is Windows 8, which will be optimized both for PC and for tablets.
Unlike Android, Windows 7 did not receive [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 5, 2011 ·
Carrier IQ is a monitoring system implemented of phones in many smartphone by the manufacturers and mobile operators who want to learn how we use our devices.
The problem with this system lies in the fact that the Android OS it login including what type the user and many other information.
Since it emerged that the Carrier IQ log us all movements on a mobile phone, almost the all smartphone manufacturers rushed to announce they will not use it and now are looking for ways to disable it.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on November 23, 2011 ·
Obtaining a driving license, the keys of the first car, all that was until recently treated as true evidence of maturity for fresh young age of majority, symbolizing the independence and offering a reason of proud gained rightly.
But today’s young ambitions target are below, the accessories that can be obtained with less money, no further involving other extra works maybe than to read the user manual.
This shows the results of the study conducted by New York Times on a sample of young people in the United States, concluding that a growing number of young people would like to have a smartphone [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on November 12, 2011 ·
Tango is a free application voice and video chat (free voice and video calls), which enjoys by a huge popularity among users of Android and iOS, with over 50 million downloads.
Recently, developers have launched a mobile version for owners of Windows Phone Mango, thing appreciated, because Microsoft Marketplace not yet hosted a serious of its kind software, despite the fact that many of WP7 devices are equipped with a front camera for video calls.
Moreover, Tango is not limited to mobile platforms, but it enables communication between mobile and PC or between PC and PC. The only condition is obvious [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on November 7, 2011 ·
After so many users have complained that after upgrading the devices with iOS 5 operating system have found a significant decline in battery life, Apple has officially confirmed the issues raised and promised to include a fix in the next update package.
Apparently, the main culprit for the problems iCloud sync service is used to synchronize Apple devices with corporate servers.
In the list prepared for iOS 5.0.1 changes but only finds the phrase “bugs affecting battery life”, which can make us believe that Apple has not yet identified all the components causing problems.