Posts Tagged ‘iPhone 5’
According to Digitimes, both Apple and Samsung are planning to unveil wireless charging solutions for their “flagship” smartphones within 2013. While Digitimes’ “industry sources” claim that Samsung will most definitely utilize Qi inductive charging technology (the current inductive power standard), Apple is allegedly developing their own proprietary wireless charging technology.
Following Wednesday’s list of fifteen Cydia tweaks, I’ve complied a new list of ten incredible packages that are available on Cydia. Additionally, the video (embedded above) corresponds to this article and acts as a visual means to showcase and demonstrate the tweaks firsthand. All of the tweaks, modifications and utilities mentioned in both this article […]
Today, following Monday’s incredible Evasi0n Untethered Jailbreak for all iOS-based devices running 6.0 through 6.1, I’ve created a new video to showcase a few amazing Cydia tweaks and modifications. The video, embedded above, highlights a handful of the best tweaks available for iOS 6 through 6.1 that are fully compatible with old and new iDevices […]
A research firm by the name Kantar Worldpanel published a new report, which suggests that Apple has continued to maintain iOS’ title as the best-selling smartphone platform in the United States during the fourth fiscal quarter of 2012. Kantar Worldpanel, the firm that releases continuous quarterly data monthly, notes that Apple has overthrown Android and […]
In a new research report, Peter Misek (an analyst for Jeffries investment banking firm) suggests that Apple’s forthcoming “iPhone 5S” is scheduled for production around March of this year, with a release slated for either June or July.
In a recent interview, released by the Shanghai Evening News, Phil Schiller (Apple’s marketing chief) addressed the newly-resurrected rumors of a cheaper iPhone model. Earlier this week, Digitimes publicized information pertaining to Apple developing a cheaper, more affordable iPhone for emerging markets – reports from both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg were released shortly […]
According to new reports from the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and Digitimes, Apple may be planning to to introduce a low-cost iPhone with a new design sometime within the second half of this year, effectively targeting emerging markets.
Today, ahead of their official earnings announcement later this month for the fourth quarter of the 2012 fiscal year, AT&T announced that the company has sold over ten million smartphones in Q4 alone with the “best-ever” iPhone and Android device sales.