Last year, Apple revealed the biggest change to-date of iOS, the mobile operating system that many of us have been using for years. Now, Apple is touching up and enhancing its specialised system for iOS 8.
It is amazing what you can do with just a phone camera and a little editing software. And a lot of time of course…
When someone rips out a smartphone to take a picture, it’s kinda obvious. No private eye, sneaky paparazzi or sly photographer can snap a pic of their target, without a smartphone sized bullseye spooking their prey. This new light-bending iPhone 5 cover, COVR Photo, solves this tricky conundrum.
This game is absolutely tearing it up on the app store charts. In just three weeks, the trivia game ‘QuizUp’ has amassed 3,5 million registered users. It reached its millionth user in just eight days. QuizUp is being called the “fastest-growing iPhone game in history.”
Smartphone cameras have come a long, long way since those crappy little one-megapixel cameras on the back of old Motorola clam-shells. And thank God for that. But if we’re honest, there are limitations to a any smartphone camera. But that’s where gadgets like this one fit in.
Do you find yourself scrambling for a power source in the middle of the day because you’ve been tweeting, texting and updating status’ like a boss? You will never have that problem again!
Has Nokia finally launched a product capable of swimming in the same smartphone pool as Apple and Samsung? It’s a fair question, given that you, the consumer currently find yourself in a tricky position. Do you go for a now considerably cheaper S3 or iPhone 5, or for the rather foreign, but attractively-priced Lumia? Check this out to decide.
The launch of the iPhone 5s coulde be delayed until after June, due to problems with the new fingerprint-scanning feature that was designed by Apple in order to replace the passcode unlocking system.
The iPhone 5 was released in South Africa late in 2012, and users have barely had time to scratch their screens. But according to iMore, Apple is not wasting any time in rolling 0ut an update of the handset. The new iPhone S5 could be released as soon as August 2013, while new iterations of [...]
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A lot of cool kids are getting their iPhone 5s at the moment. I got mine (64gb) on Monday from Digicape and G-Man got his yesterday (his first iPhone since the 3). We both went for the white over the black. This is why: 1) The black iPhone 5 is highly susceptible to scuff and [...]
We’ve been doing some snooping around and all noises are pointing to the same launch date for the iPhone 5 in South Africa. Our source even has a countdown clock to the glorious date. Click through to check it out, as well as the supporting information.
If you’ve managed to get your hands on an iPhone 5, or have recently upgraded to iOS 6, you may be in for a bit of a nasty surprise at the end of the month when you receive your data bill, if you haven’t already. Users of the new software are reporting a massive increase in data usage.
Can you believe that Apple has just released its 93rd iPhone ad? That’s a lot, considering that the iPhone has only been around for five years. A lot of the focus of the iPhone 4S’s advertising was on Siri, making this new iteration of ads a refreshing return to basics.
The iPhone 5 isn’t due for release in the Netherlands until Friday, but that didn’t stop Dutch website iPhone5.nl getting their paws on one before everyone else. Bestowed with this great honour, what better way to celebrate other than by gluing it to the sidewalk and secretly videotaping everyone who thinks they’ve just made the find of the century?
Earlier this week, we reported on the Samsung/Apple feud currently reaching new lows. It started with a series of Samsung print ads dissing the new iPhone 5. Not having it, Apple fanboys then responded with their own series of adverts – countering the arguments made in the Galaxy S3 ad. All eyes were on Samsung for their response to Apple’s response to Samsung’s response to the iPhone 5. And here it is: a new TV advert mocking fanboys waiting outside Apple stores whenever there is a new release. The tagline for the ad, referring to the Galaxy S3, reads: “The next big thing is already here.”
After the launch of the iPhone 5 last week, Samsung launched a print campaign mocking Apple’s products, employees and customers. They also used the opportunity to tout all the offerings of their own Galaxy S3 handset. Not having it, Apple fanboys immediately got to work on a response. Check it out inside.
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It’s all happening so fast I might need a little lie down. Here they are, they first pictures of the iPhone 5. Click to see them. It’s the thinnest smartphone…. wait for it…. EVER!
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Sigh. Another day, another round of iPhone 5 rumours. This week, the boards and assorted interweb nooks and crannies that concern themselves with such things have been getting themselves in a tizzy over images released by an Italian design firm that claims they have worked out what the much-anticipated iPhone 5 is going to look like. Check out these Florentine flights of fancy after the jump!
The device, which is due to be released shortly, was supposedly lost in a San Francisco tequila bar and then sold to Craigs List, an internet listings company. Apple engineers were reportedly franticly trying to get it back. Duh. This isn’t the first time a prototype has been ‘lost’, in April last year the iphone 4 was ‘found’ in a beer garden and sold to Gizmodo for $5000. Sneaky.