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 15, 2011 ·
If this year Apple has not get a lot of positive responses with the release of an iPhone 4S that in terms of design look exactly like iPhone 4, Samsung had to refocus and he turned its attention to iTunes.
To build an identical or similar ecosystem to the iTunes, Samsung has hired David Eun, a former Google director and a president of AOL Media and Studio, a man who has a vast experience in connection with these services.
So far Eun had worked to develop similar services but as none rose to the standard set by iTunes you can see the point, of what success did he had.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on December 14, 2011 ·
Together with iPhone 4S, Apple launched a personal assistant named Siri which voice commands spoken by the user is able to accomplish some certain iOS functions.
The system is very advanced and the great news does not come on the fulfillment of functions but on the correct recognition of words spoken by users and tracking the sequence of conversations. Since the announcement of the Siri those from Google were shown indirectly concerned and now it seems they are about to complete a similar system for the Android OS called Majel.
Majel is the short name from Majel Barrett-Roddenberry, the ship-board [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on November 14, 2011 ·
I look at HTC’s strategy over the past year and I wonder what the point is. Meanwhile Apple introduced only iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.
Samsung in dual-core area relies on Samsung Galaxy S II, Galaxy R, Galaxy Nexus. At HTC is always give global statistics on the number of smartphones sold world wide and there’s easy to arrange to give better figures. I’d be curious to read how many HTC Sensation was given.
There is a category of persons who wish to buy the best smartphone and a time to say that some have the strongest smartphone market share if at least the company that produced [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on October 17, 2011 ·
iPhone 4S launch held the headline conference on Tuesday by Apple in Cupertino, but the American company revealed on this occasion and some interesting news in the range of iPod players.
The most important news coming from the front of iPod Touch, however, Nano has not escaped of small improvements. Instead, the speculation on the waiver iPod Classic has gained momentum after Apple did not mention any word about his future.
Apple has released a new version of iPod Touch, best selling model in the iPod range, which thus became the fifth generation.
Posted by Haroon Khattak on October 11, 2011 ·
Although Apple has disappointed millions of fans, eager to get their hands on a new brand of iPhone 5 and not on an enhanced version of iPhone 4.
iPhone 4S succeeds in beating sales records, being ordered in record numbers since the launch day . Thus, if the iPhone 4 was ordered in 600,000 copies in the first 24 hours after the launch, iPhone 4S almost double this figure, collecting more than one million orders in the same period.
The performance is particularly impressive, since it pre-orders for a product is not yet available in stores stocks, where those interested will have to wait at least [...]