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Apple launches 8GB iPhone 5c in 14 more countries

Written on April 16th, 2014 | by neluttu

In 14 countries, Apple has just launched it’s new iPhone 5c with only 8GB of storage to address mid-tier markets where, in its own words, “LTE is becoming more established.” The handset was initially available in only five countries: the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia and China.


Starting today, customers can buy the 8GB iPhone 5c, bringing the number of regions where the smaller capacity handset is available to 19 countries. The handset can be bought from Apple’s Online Store in to following countries: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Read the rest


iWatch rumor – flexible LG screens to start rolling out by September in two sizes

Written on April 15th, 2014 | by neluttu

How’s wireless charging and a cool design for Apple’s next new product? KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote in a note to clients that Apple’s rumored wearable device – which was dubbed by the press the iWatch – should come in two different screen sizes.

Corroborating the report, a new story has it that the device is indeed coming, outfitted with a flexible screen made by LG Display, a company thought to be the sole display supplier for the device.

It should come out in September and Apple’s target is to sell nine million units this year. Read the rest


iOS 7 – Springboard cleanup time – dismiss some apps

Written on November 20th, 2013 | by neluttu

Today I found myself in a very awkward sittuation – some of the apps on my Springboard’s first page are completely useless. But not because I don’t use / need them, but because I can always access them from the Control Center.

That being said, I made a new folder with the Clock app, the Calculator app and the Camera app in it.

If you like your things to be in order and sorted, the first page of your Springboard contains the apps that you use most. Read the rest


iBooks, iTunes U and GMail – three great apps get the iOS 7 treatment

Written on November 14th, 2013 | by neluttu

Apple has updated almost all its own apps for the new iOS 7 look and feel, and today they have released two major apps – iBooks and iTunes U. Still waiting in queue are Find my Friends and Keynote Remote though.

iBooks “has been updated with a beautiful new design for iOS 7,” says Apple. This update includes a completely revamped iBook Store.

On the other side, Google has also released a new version of their GMail app, redesign to better fit the iOS 7 design. Read the rest


iOS 7.0.4 released – safe to update for future jailbreak

Written on November 14th, 2013 | by neluttu

Apple has just released iOS 7.0.4 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch – an update for bug fixes and stability improvements and also a very important bug which would sometimes prevent users from making a FaceTime call.

As usual, the update is available over the air, directly from your iDevice: Settings > General > Software Update, or by updating directly in iTunes.

In addition to iOS 7.0.4, Apple also rolled out an iOS 6.1.5 update for owners of fourth generation iPod Touch, also to bring a fix to the aforementioned FaceTime bug, and and update to the Apple TV firmware, bringing it to version 6.0.2. Read the rest


No limit to the number of photos uploaded to My Photo Stream

Written on November 11th, 2013 | by neluttu

Great news for My Photo Stream users! Apple has updated its services sincer the iOS 7 release – and now, there is no more limit to the number of photos you can upload to My Photo Stream over time, but iCloud will limit the number of photos that can be uploaded within a given hour, day, or month to prevent unintended or excessive use.

If you didn’t know, Photo Stream is a service supplied with the basic iCloud service which then allowed you to store the most recent 1,000 photos on the iCloud servers up to 30 days free of charge. Read the rest


iPad Air – now availabe in the Apple Stores and retailers

Written on November 1st, 2013 | by neluttu

As Apple said, the new iPad Air will be available for customers starting the first of November. The new iPad has be redesign, it’s lighter, thinner, and has smaller bezels than its predecessor. As for performance, Apple update the iPad with the new 64 bit A7 processor.

You can buy the new iPad Air directly from the web store or by using Apple’s Apple Store app that you can download from here:

Connectivity is the same, you can opt-in for a WiFi only iPad or for a cellular one. Read the rest


iPhone 5s and 5c to hit new markets in a few hours

Written on October 24th, 2013 | by neluttu

On September 20 this year, Apple launched its new iPhone 5s and 5c in the United States and in ten other major international markets. On October 25 this year Apple will expand the new iPhones market to more that 25 new countries around the world.

One big downside of this expansion – the carriers won’t have enough iPhone 5s’s to fulfill the demand – so if you want one be sure to act fast at your local carrier.

The list of the countries that will get the new iPhones starting 25 this month:

Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Demnark Estonia Finland French West Indies Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Malta Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Reunion Island Romania Russia Slovakia Slovenia South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Thailand

On November 1, both new iPhones will hit Albania, Armenia, Bahrain, Colombia, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, India, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates. Read the rest


iOS 7.0.3 spotlight can search Wikipedia and Google

Written on October 22nd, 2013 | by neluttu

As a new feature of iOS 7.0.3 Apple has opted to reinsert the Wikipedia and Google search from the Spotlight of your homescreen.

If you already updated to iOS 7.0.3 you can drag down the homescreen to access the spotlight and start typing a few keywords. You’ll see two new options there – Search Wikipedia and Search Google.

It’s a useful option for those of us who use frequently the spotlight to search for stuff offline and online. Read the rest


iOS 7.0.3 released – here’s what’s new

Written on October 22nd, 2013 | by neluttu

Without saying anything, Apple has released a new version of iOS – 7.0.3 – an update that brings some improvements alongside the re-added support for iCloud Keychain. iMessage, iPhone 5s sensor calibration issues and many more bugs have been fixed by Apple in this release.

Also, iOS 7.0.3 contains a more effective “reduce motion” setting than previous versions. You can find this setting under Settings > General > Accessibility. You can download this update over the air by accessing the Settings > General > Software update menu. Read the rest

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