Just 12 hours after going on sale September 14th at 3:01AM EST Apple’s iPhone 5 pre-orders have sold out. So if you did not get your pre-order in you could be waiting up to 2-5 weeks to get your brand new iPhone. Even though to most people the iPhone 5 was not something that really blew them away as expected since this is a brand new Apple product they are in high demand.
Earlier today all eyes were on Apple as they unveiled their latest iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 5. The event left many people wondering is this enough to keep Apple and the iPhone as the “must have” smartphone of today. The iPhone 5 was pretty much everything we expected, almost all of the major rumors were confirmed today. Are you a current iPhone 3GS, 4, or 4S owner? This article will go over the new iPhone 5 and let you know if it is worth upgrading or even purchasing the iPhone 5 as your first iOS device.
Apple has just sent out invitations to members of the press for an event on September 12, 2012. The invitation shows a large number “12” with a prominent shadow of a number “5”. It is no question that this event is where Apple will announce the next iPhone, referred to as many as the iPhone 5. After seeing the invitation there is no doubt that the new iPhone will be called the iPhone 5. The event will be held at 10AM Pacific Time (1PM Eastern) at San Francisco’s Buena Center for the Arts.
Rumors and leaks for the iPhone 5 have been all over the internet for the past few months. I don’t think there has been a day when I haven’t seen something about Apple’s upcoming iPhone. There are some things that we know already, it will have a larger touchscreen, 4G LTE connectivity, and a smaller dock connector. Now it is very likely that it will now receive a processor upgrade to an A6 processor.
Sonny Dickson of 9to5Mac tweeted a photo showing a supposed iPhone 5 board containing an A6 chip.
Over the past year or so I have noticed when syncing my iPhone with my PC that data labeled as “Other” was taking up quite a lot of space. I’m not talking about just a few megabytes, I’m talking almost 3 gigabytes! When your iPhone is only 16GB losing 3GB or more is definitely a lot and does not go unnoticed when your iPhone is filled with music, apps and photos. There are many different things that actually could cause your “Other” data to pile up. So in this guide we will go over different solutions to minimize or completely remove the “Other” data on your iPhone. These solutions should also work with your iPad, iPod or any other iOS device.
It seems everyone these days has a smartphone. With the popularity of the iPhone, abundance of Android devices, and the marketing of Windows 7 phones it is unlikely that most people will choose a plain phone over a smartphone. The driving force behind all of the awesome smartphones are the apps. Because of course a smartphone is just a phone without the apps. Summer has just started so here are our favorite apps to make the best out of your summer!
If you are anything like me you have a home theater setup with multiple devices. With all of those devices comes remotes, remotes that are hard to keep track of and easy to lose. I hate wanting to watch a new movie or turn on the game and I can’t find the remote! If there is one device that we always know where it is it is our iPhone or iPad, these things you just don’t lose. Today we have a cool little device that plugs into your iOS devices and turns them into a universal remote. The device is called the VooMote Zapper and we are taking a look at it today.
A couple of years ago when I would go somewhere I would carry 2 things with me, my phone and my digital camera. Nowadays it is just my iPhone 4. The camera is good enough where I can take great photos and since it is on my phone I can instantly share the photo to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. What if you could add a lenses to your iPhone camera for different effects? Well you can and today we are taking a look at a cool little product called the olloclip that is a fisheye, wide-angle and macro lens all in one that is made specifically for your iPhone 4. Read on as we check it out.
As you know we just got back from CES and almost everyone on staff has an iPhone. This gave us the perfect oppurtunity to test out the Maca Color iPhone 4 charging cases. These iPhone 4 cases not only provide protection for our iPhone’s, but also have a built in battery to keep our phones charged. We are going to take a look at 2 different cases the Maca Color 2200 and the Maca Color Air. The 2200 has a capacity of 2200mAh and the Air has a capacity of 1200mAh. Read on to see how these charging cases compare to other charging cases we have reviewed.
I’m sure most of you know about Otterbox, they make protective cases for iPhones and other mobile devices. We stopped over at their booth at the Showstoppers event to check out some of their latest cases. They showed us the Defender, Commuter, Impact and Reflex cases. Read on to see our video interview with Rona of Otterbox.
May 29, 2015 0