iCloud is Apple’s brand new service that allows you to backup your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad to the cloud, wirelessly. It’s finally landed here in the UK and brings a whole new way of viewing and managing your media, emails, contacts and photos.
It’s official! iOS 5 if now available for all! (that’s if Apple’s servers don’t crash due to the insane amount of traffic…)
With current data plans for your iPad, here in the UK, being so ridiculous and varied, it’s hard to know which plan is best suited to you. Well, Giffgaff, a super-cheap phone network, have launched their own internet options for the iPad and I must say, they are pretty good!
Siri was first shown to us last week at the Let’s Talk iPhone conference and one of the commands shown was asking Siri what it was, and it replied that it was a “humble personal assistant.” However, thanks to YouTube user applemastertouch, who has somehow received his iPhone 4S slightly early, we’re seeing an all new side to Siri.
iCloud is finally open for business, but unfortunately we’re going to have to wait to show you all the gory details until iOS 5 is released later on today.
Well, it didn’t take them long, but just a few hours after Blackberry apparently fixed their problem, everything’s broken again!
After the minor upgrade Apple announced last week, the iPhone 4S, Samsung has told everyone that they no longer see themselves in the same light as Apple, and instead have stated that they believe they are ahead at this point in time.
According to new figures from the GeekBench, the Apple iPhone 4S has come up with some rather impressive results.
A 20 hour blackout that caused millions of Blackberry users to be without vital services such as email, web browsing and messaging services, which essentially turned their expensive phones into worthless pieces of plastic and metal, has finally come to an end.
Yes, that’s right! It’s the moment most of us have been waiting a very long time for, way back when the Apple iPad was first released! Facebook for iPad is finally here and the update has also brought along a few changes for Apple iPhone and Apple iPod Touch users.