We don’t need a thinner iPhone

Rubric: iPhone | 1 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
We don’t need a thinner iPhone

Apple could remove headphone jack from iPhone 7. It is never too early for a juicy Apple iPhone 7 rumor and today we have a whopper: Apple might drop the venerable 3.5mm headphone jack in an effort to build a thinner iPhone, a move that would disrupt the $8 billion headphone industry.The next iPhone—expected to be unveiled in mid-to-late 2016—might not come with a standard headphone port, according to a “reliable source” cited by Japanese tech site Mac Otakara, via 9 to 5 Mac. Headphones which plug in via the port are already on sale – such as Philips’ M2L cans – which offer better sound quality by using the port’s power to drive a built-in amplifier and digital-analogue converter ...

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Rumor suggests the iPhone 7 will ditch the headphone jack

Rubric: iPhone | 30 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Rumor suggests the iPhone 7 will ditch the headphone jack

Apple may cull the 3.5 mm headphone jack with the iPhone 7: Report. The standard 3.5-millimeter headphone jack is everywhere—from computers to smartphones to stereo equipment to that Walkman from 1987 sitting in your closet.New Delhi: In a bid to slim down further on its iPhones, California tech giant Apple is reportedly getting rid of the headphone jack in its upcoming phone. You can make thinner and thinner smartphones, sure, but at some point, you’re going to run up against one big issue: the size of the physical connections on the device itself. Instead, iPhone owners will have to use an all-in-one Lightning connector, according to a “reliable source” cited by Japanese website ...

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Pebble Time gets beta voice & preset replies for iPhone text messages

Rubric: iPhone | 25 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Pebble Time gets beta voice & preset replies for iPhone text messages

Pebble Time watches can reply to texts on iOS (if you’re on AT&T). The new feature only works with Pebble’s more current devices such as the Pebble Time, Time Steel and Time Round, and it requires a “post-paid AT&T account.” Pebble smartwatch owners whose devices meet all the requirements will be able to send a “voice reply or pre-defined text to incoming items from the iOS Messages app,” according to the release notes. Pebble says its devices are the first non-Apple smartwatch “to bring voice and text replies to… iPhone users” and that it’s working to roll the feature out to more carriers. ...

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Futurama: Release the Drones is coming soon to an iPhone near you

Rubric: iPhone | 23 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Futurama: Release the Drones is coming soon to an iPhone near you

‘Futurama’ Will Return As A Mobile Video Game. The freshly-announced puzzle game from Diamond Dash developer Wooga features a story from Dave Grossman, who co-wrote the PC gaming classic The Secret of Monkey Island. “While delivering unsafe cargo to hazardous locations under ill-advised circumstances”, reads the blurb, “players connect groups of delivery drones to solve an array of fiendish puzzles as they venture into iconic environments from the Futurama universe”.It looks like Simpsons creator Matt Groening’s other (more cultish) hit Futurama is finally returning to the small screen—your smartphone screen, that is, as a made-for-mobile game. It’s quite common ...

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Microsoft overhauls Bing for iPhone app to take on Google

Rubric: iPhone | 23 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
Microsoft overhauls Bing for iPhone app to take on Google

Did Google Just Eradicated The Need For Local Apps?. “Often, apps are designed according to how internal software systems operate,” says Yossi Langer, principal of app usability consulting firm Iteration Group, “but not how users think.” For example, a search function on a travel app might ask the user to enter a start date and an end date. Google has just disclosed on Nov. 19, that its search engine will now show content on Android apps although the app itself is not present on the mobile device. But you’d prefer plain language such as “next two weeks.” The latest crop of iPhones and Nexus devices is coming out just in time for the holidays, so this ...

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No, the iPhone 6S is not waterproof

Rubric: iPhone | 22 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
No, the iPhone 6S is not waterproof

Apple Watch quick review: Best smartwatch, but better for Apple devotees. Smartwatches try and be extensions of the smartphone and end up being only as smart as the phone, without any independent existence of their own. While seemingly every third person in the tech early adopter crowd is wearing an Apple Watch these days, there is still a lot of skepticism about whether it truly can be a mainstream device.Instead of the touches and swipes that power most of our screen-based computing devices, many of the core Apple Watch capabilities — like checking the time — are powered by gestures.In India’s cost-sensitive smartphone market-dominated by phones that run on Google’s Android operating ...

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iPhone 7 May Pack 3-4 GB Memory, More Storage; 4-Inch Comeback is Rumored

Rubric: iPhone | 22 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
iPhone 7 May Pack 3-4 GB Memory, More Storage; 4-Inch Comeback is Rumored

Apple throws a Google-y to entice more Indian users. While seemingly every third person in the tech early adopter crowd is wearing an Apple Watch these days, there is still a lot of skepticism about whether it truly can be a mainstream device. Instead of the touches and swipes that power most of our screen-based computing devices, many of the core Apple Watch capabilities — like checking the time — are powered by gestures.In India’s cost-sensitive smartphone market-dominated by phones that run on Google’s Android operating system, Apple is making a big bet on its music streaming service, Apple Music, to get more users on to its platform. People point to the $349 starting price tag, difficult-to-come-by ...

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iPhone apps news: Five new keyboard apps to make typing easier

Rubric: iPhone | 22 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
iPhone apps news: Five new keyboard apps to make typing easier

Apple throws a Google-y to entice more Indian users. While seemingly every third person in the tech early adopter crowd is wearing an Apple Watch these days, there is still a lot of skepticism about whether it truly can be a mainstream device. Instead of the touches and swipes that power most of our screen-based computing devices, many of the core Apple Watch capabilities — like checking the time — are powered by gestures.In India’s cost-sensitive smartphone market-dominated by phones that run on Google’s Android operating system, Apple is making a big bet on its music streaming service, Apple Music, to get more users on to its platform.And that indeed has brought success to Apple as ...

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iPhone 7 Expected To Come With 3GB RAM

Rubric: iPhone | 22 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
iPhone 7 Expected To Come With 3GB RAM

Apple throws a Google-y to entice more Indian users. While seemingly every third person in the tech early adopter crowd is wearing an Apple Watch these days, there is still a lot of skepticism about whether it truly can be a mainstream device. Instead of the touches and swipes that power most of our screen-based computing devices, many of the core Apple Watch capabilities — like checking the time — are powered by gestures.In India’s cost-sensitive smartphone market-dominated by phones that run on Google’s Android operating system, Apple is making a big bet on its music streaming service, Apple Music, to get more users on to its platform. And that indeed has brought success to Apple as ...

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9 paid iPhone apps that are on sale for free today

Rubric: iPhone | 20 Nov 2015 | no comments yet »
9 paid iPhone apps that are on sale for free today

From Native To Hybrid App Development And Back. From getting the most bang out of every marketing buck to jockeying the pace of a small development team, you must execute quickly and efficiently to ensure your company’s success. This is one reason hybrid app development is so attractive: It allows you to build iOS and Android apps simultaneously instead of having to write code twice using each platform’s native language. The simplicity of hybrid development was the driving factor for deciding to adopt it when we began working on the Android version of our first app, Prep4GMAT. But as we found out first hand, simplicity and ease of use can come with high costs once your app gets more complex; ...

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