Posted on 23 October 2012 by Shane McGlaun
The adoption rate of iOS 6 has leveled out at 60% after one month of the new operating system being available. The significant adoption rate proves that despite shortcomings with Apple's own maps, criticisms of the new operating system aren't stopping people from upgrading.
Posted on 02 May 2011 by Shane McGlaun
Apparently iOS is getting an update to version 4.3.3 very soon. The update will fix a few things, most notably; it will patch the location-tracking bug making headlines.
Posted on 01 December 2010 by Shane McGlaun
A new case that is full of holes has surfaced for the iPhone 4 called the Vent Shell. All the holes let you see through the polycarbonate case and it looks like it could hold your earrings too.
Posted on 01 April 2009 by Alison Spong
I would like to hear your thoughts. I currently have a BlackBerry 8310 with a contract running out at the end of April - should I get an iPhone and more importantly, why?
Posted on 12 March 2009 by Alison Spong
SAP and Sybase are teaming up to make it easier for business users to access SAP's software through your iPhone. Similar applications are already available for BlackBerry through Research in Motion.
Posted on 10 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
Apple sure is taking the high road with the success of the iPhone. Once again Apple has beaten RIM and their Blackberry line in terms of reliability. Apple has managed to come out on top with two models when RIM has an entire collection of handsets.
In a study done by SquareTrade, out of 15,000 iPhone handsets, only 5.6 percent failed ... continued »
Posted on 13 August 2008 by Chris Davies
Banking giant HSBC is considering retiring its current BlackBerry fleet and replacing it with 200,000 iPhone 3G handsets, meaning an Apple cellphone for roughly two-thirds of its global employees. However those with Apple shares shouldn't get too excited; according to Brenton Hush, HSBC's Australia and New Zealand chief information officer, this evaluation of new technology is pretty standard for the ... continued »
Posted on 27 April 2008 by ashoperon
Unless you have been living under a rock the last few months, then you know that the 3G iPhone is one of the single hottest news items being discussed right now. This week is no different. One rumor of it may offer a little light at the end of the tunnel though. The 3G version of the BlackBerry has been ... continued »
Posted on 25 April 2008 by ashoperon
Everyone is waiting anxiously for the 3G iPhone. Also, they are waiting for the 3G BlackBerry. Actually, heck if it has 3G in it, people are waiting anxiously for it. The launch of the 3G BlackBerry, which will be called the Meteor apparently, has been pushed back from June, clear back to as late as August. Although the cause for ... continued »
Posted on 22 April 2008 by ashoperon
While poking around the the iPhone 2.0 firmware Vincent got a hold of, he noticed not only can you save images directly from Safari, but you can save images from email attachments. The saving of images from an email attachment works much like it does when you save an image from Safari. Video of it in action after the jump.
Posted on 17 April 2008 by ashoperon
Customized iPhones are nothing new, in fact, as time goes by they are becoming more and more the norm. Not to mention, in general they become more nifty each time a new one is spotted. Now there have been some interesting ones to say the least, and now we have this. A Courvoisier themed iPhone.
Posted on 09 April 2008 by Chris Davies
Many iPhone-addicts have been saying it for a long time already, but analyst Charlie Wolf from researchers Needham & Co. has issued a strongly-worded note to his clients suggesting that both RIM and Palm will continue to feel pressure from Apple's cellphone, particularly as the consumer smartphone market develops, with results visible in the place it hurts most: their bank ... continued »