After Apple introduced iOS 6 firmwares for the iPhone/iPad and iPod Touch we have seen too many great features that wasn’t exist in the previous versions, but beside these great features we have spotted too many bugs like the bulk of the heat has come over the new, so-called inferior Maps application, but there have also been complaints of Wi-Fi and App Store issues. But today we have got a new bug that spotted in iOS 6…
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It has been suggested over the past year or so that the iPhone 5 was the last device to receive input from late Steve Jobs. Moreover, it has also been said that it was Jobs’ last project, which he worked on as the rest of the company focused on the largely unchanged iPhone 4S, and a feature-length post over at Businessweek sheds some light on this.
The article mulls over the changes made over at Apple post-Jobs, many of which have been well-documented in the public domain, and while the focal point of the feature is the vastly different styles of management of Jobs and his successor, Tim Cook, it also taps into how the brand-new iPhone 5 was the last Apple smartphone to get Jobs’ approval before being produced.
Let’s honor those forgotten geniuses by remembering them and their ultimately fatal inventions.
Folks, to quote our Darcy LaCouvee, the iPhone 5 is “rock solid”. It’s not often that you see such words on Android Authority. What could have pushed Darcy, an Android fanatic, to utter such radical words?
Well, as much as we hate to admit it, the iPhone 5 did amazingly well in our drop test, while the Samsung Galaxy S3 came out in pretty bad shape. It’s the cold hard truth that we can’t hide and we can’t ignore.
Nano-SIM cards, Deutche Telekom is sending out to its partners one week ahead of the anticipated iPhone 5 launch… Regarding the spec, it is said to be a perfect fit for the next-generation iPhone, which might be the first to adopt the nano-SIM standard.
The iPhone 5′s announcement is almost upon us, and although we’ve seen prototypes of the upcoming smartphone measured up against the current iPhone 4S on numerous occasions, many of the images and videos released hitherto have been far from clear. Now, though, parts and repairs company iResQ has fully assembled an iPhone 5 using various bits and pieces it has received, and offered the anxious tech world a very up-close and personal look at the next-gen Apple smartphone compared with its predecessor.
The images show, perhaps more clearly than any others we’ve seen, just how much thinner the new device is when compared to its older brother. It’s suggested the iPhone 5 has had around one-fifth reduced in terms of depth, while packing in a whole host of upgraded, more efficient hardware specs.