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.
Even though iOS 5 is still yet to be officially released by the Cupertino company. Apple’s GM versions of the iPhone and iPad software have revealed some interesting information.
The demand for the iPhone 4S released last week at the “Let’s talk iPhone” event, has proven to be quite popular amongst customers, according to AT&T.
With the UK only just beginning to start work on 4G networks, that the US have already had for some time, delays have already sprung up thanks to Telecoms watchdog Ofcom who currently own the chunks of radio spectrum needed to make 4G possible.
At some point you’ve probably owned or have owned a SatNav. We all “love” those pre-loaded voices that tell us what to do, but wouldn’t it be better if we had some real car enthusiasts shouting “GO LEFT!” at us for the entire car journey? Well, that’s now a reality.
Now, we all need WiFi to stay connected and we definitely need it whilst getting our daily caffeine fix. Access to free WiFi isn’t always possible here in the UK though due to limited amounts of retailers and shops not willing to fork out the cash to pay for it, but that’s about to change across Starbucks coffee shops in the UK.