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An Apple product release wouldn’t be right without some sort of problem. This time it’s the return of the ‘yellow-tinge’ just like we saw on the iPad 2 when it was released.
Siri is Apple’s brand new feature for the Apple iPhone 4S, and some would say that it is more of a gimmick than a useful application. However, with the ability send texts, make calls, set reminders and answer questions without you typing a single word, is it worth upgrading to the iPhone 4S just for Siri?
The gimicky feature of the new Apple iPhone 4S, Siri, has been the centre of quite a few funny videos and websites these past few weeks, and all of us iPhone 4 users have been been left in the dark. However, a US deveoper has successfully ported Siri to the iPhone 4.
With all of the recent Apple iPhone 4S excitment now coming to an end, most of us have completely forgotton about the iPad. Well, we’re now starting off on the long road of iPad 3 rumours.
Samsung and Apple are already in the midst of an ever-growing out-of-control legal battle. However, this hasn’t stopped Samsung from standing up for themselves and filing new proposed injunctions in both Japan and Australia against the new Apple iPhone 4S.
As you know I like to game quite a bit on my iPhone, and when I upgraded to the iPhone 4S I could definitely tell the difference. The A5 processor makes gameplay much smoother and it has 7x better graphics than the iPhone 4!
Apple’s current MacBook Pros only arrived earlier this year, but reports are suggesting that they are set for a refresh after new model numbers have appeared on Apple’s internal inventory system.
It’s probably the most exciting time of year in the tech world, and it’s finally arrived. The Apple iPhone 4S officially went on sale at 8am GMT this morning and saying that it’s going to be manic is definitely the biggest understatement ever!
As you all know, iOS 5 was released yesterday and features a range of new features including Notifications, iMessage, Reminders and updates to the camera application. However, many were left staring at blank screens due to the ‘An internal error occurred’ error message popping up during the upgrade process.
Whilst Apple keep filing lawsuits, Australia is the next country, after Germany, to begin implementing a preliminary ban on sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 after Apple won their case against Samsung down under.