I’m sure we can all agree that the general consensus lately has been that the next-gen iPhone won’t make an appearance until fall of this year (even though we at BestTechInfo never believed it for a second) - according to ElectricPig, Apple’s UK PR department is trying to round up UK-based journalists in hopes of convincing them […]
With all of the issues that the iOS 4 brought to the iPhone 3GS (random reboots, poor battery life, slower performance and an overall sluggish UI), it was pretty clear that the iPhone 3GS would soon stop receiving updates from Apple – thus rendering the phone outdated.
Yesterday, the Chronic Dev Team released an official statement going over some general questions, and it includes the iPad 2 Jailbreak as well as an interesting comment about 4.3.3 support. Here is their full statement, which was released on their official website: When there isn’t one cohesive overall goal for a post, it is always […]
There was some speculation before the iPhone 4 was announced was that the new iPhone model would be available in both 32GB and 64GB capacities – but alas, Apple stuck with the same on 16GB and 32GB versions as before. According to the sources of former Engadget reporter, Chris Ziegler, we could see a higher […]
We’ve received word from customers in the South Pacific that Snow Leopard boxes are running short, the inventory is drying up and Apple resellers are literally unable to get their hands on stock of Snow Leopard boxes. Even Apple’s website is showing a week’s wait in both Australia and New Zealand. These types of delays, […]
Apple’s patent team has been on a roll in the past couple of weeks. The latest patent application describes a “privacy mode” on displays for their mobile devices that can steer display light beams in various directions – allowing only the person directly in front of the display to see its content. Patenty Apple explains: The […]
According to Mobilized, Qualcomm will be porting its augmented reality environment to iOS devices even though Apple doesn’t use Qualcomm processors (though the Verizon iPhone/iPad and future iOS devices are expected to use Qualcomm baseband chips). Apple likely isn’t going to drop the A5 for a Snapdragon, but perhaps there is more to the Qualcomm […]
Patently Apple recently dug up a patent filed way back in 2009 that relates to Cloud music streaming with iTunes. Apple, calling the service ”seamless and invisible to the user,” details how the service picks the location to retrive data whether it is local or stored on a server. Here’s a segment from the patent: