If you are in the possession of the White iPhone 4 or 4S you will be extremely pleased with the impeccable design of this case, more so if you go for the Infinity White colored one in which I have here. If just feels so natural and looks predominantly sleek upon approaching your iPhone when its enclosed in this case.
Got your shiny New iPad, with a Smart Cover? Are you worrying about scratching that beautiful metal back? Yeah, I was, so I decided to get an iPad iCarbons, and as usual, review it for you guys!
European carriers have just started to stock pile Nano SIMs for the lunch of the new iPhone, which means Apple are trying to cut down on SIM space, for extra internals.
This could put all these rumors about an August launch to bed, August 31st is a strong rumor because of a supposedly planned Apple Event there.
Operators expect that the iPhone will feature the nano sim in a slimmed down design, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation, and have begun to store millions of the cards in warehouses in anticipation of high demand for Apple’s next iPhone.
But what if this is all rubbish and operators have made millions of cards for nothing? They have made this decision because when the iPhone 4 launched in the UK, there was not many Micro-Sim cards available, so people were stuck.
Since I relieved my first iPod, the original Nano, I have used the Apple Headphones. They’re incredibly expensive for what they actually are. Here’s an alternative to them for all MP3 players and Phones.
Today, Apple released an update to iOS 6 Beta, which gives users that are rocking it now a better performing device. Apple normally do not just include Beta Bug Improvements when releasing an update like they did today, they threw in some improvements for Maps and the Navigation part of it(see picture below).
Mountain Lion was shown off to the world at WWDC, with attendees getting a Pre-Release of it. Everyone in the tech world has been guessing of the release date as no date was given by Apple at WWDC. Rumours are speculating a July 25th release, which is very soon. A strong source has said that Apple are keeping stores open on the evening of July 24th to update all the Macs and displays to Mountain Lion, with a release on the Mac App Store at 12:01 AM PST(California Time) which would be great.
iPhone 4 LCD Digitizers are a very hot commodity on the eBay marketplace, so learn the steps on how to spot a FAKE! Since almost 30% of all people with smartphones own an iPhone, it is very common to find people that have broken, cracked, or damaged their iPhone 4 screen. eBay sellers are here to rescue you….or at least make it seem that way. There are hundreds, possibly even thousands of eBay sellers who pass off bargain knockoff replacement LCD Digitizers as “OEM” or “Original.” In fact, some of these parts are so far off from the original/ OEM part, that they barely even fit your phone!
Recently, the co-owners of MriOSDevices.com(Dan James, David Hutchinson and myself) have thought up a way of giving back to the viewers, if you have seen our Twitter Page, we were teasing you with some items. Don’t worry it’ll happen soon enough, just finalizing some products.
We wouldn’t even be here, without you guys, the comments, advice and all the rest! It’s just amazing, sitting for hours on Twitter chatting to you guys, we love it! Also, big a massive thank you to the content creators! If you want to be a part of us, click here and I personally with reply to your email.
There will be an article posted when we launch the giveaway, which will be very, very soon! So stay tuned guys.
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It seems like everyday we get more and more people interested in unlocking their iPhone but we also hear more and more concerns about some common myths related to unlocking an iPhone so I think it’s important to address them. We would like to state that unlocking your iPhone is completely 100% safe when using a quality unlocking tutorial that has been tested and even if you do somehow mess up the unlocking process restoring your iPhone to it’s previous settings before you unlocked is as easy as plugging your iPhone into your computer and selecting the “restore” function inside of iTunes which will load up all your previously saved settings and restart/reboot your iPhone with all functions working.
Myth: Only Experienced Hackers Can Unlock An iPhone
False: In the very early versions of iPhone unlocks such as those for the original iPhone this was mostly true but thankfully today the process has become so easy that just about anyone can unlock their iPhone as long as they have a quality unlocking guide that explains the complete process.
Myth: Unlocking Can Void Your Warranty
False: The only way unlocking can void your iPhone’s warranty is if you leave your device unlocked whenever you send it in to get checked up at the Apple store or send it in for repair. But it’s very easy to get around this simply by performing an “iPhone restore” via iTunes. What this does is roll back and reverse the unlock so that when Apple takes a look at your iPhone they don’t see that you have unlocked and they will honor their warranty 100%. Then when you get your iPhone back from Apple you can simply “re-unlock” your device and continue enjoying your unlocked iPhone service.
Myth: Unlocking is Illegal
False: We don’t know where this myth comes from but it’s completely and totally false, it’s so false that even the congressional office & U.S patent office made a ruling stating that jailbreaking and unlocking any cell phone device (including the iPhone) is completely and 100% legal because YOU own the device so you are able to do whatever you want with it. This myth was probably started by the various phone carriers who managed to lock in exclusive (and as a result overpriced) contracts so that they wouldn’t lose customers to cheaper cell phone providers.
Myth: Unlocking Can Damage Your iPhone
False: this is one of the most common myths and again it really ties into the early versions of iPhone unlocks that were floating around when the first iPhone came out, back then the process wasn’t so easy and one little error could render your iPhone next to useless. But thankfully these days jailbreaking and unlocking is so much easier that the chances of messing up and ruining your iPhone are almost non-existent and if for some reason you do mess up, you can use the backup and restore feature that is available through iTunes so you can reverse and undo the unlock within a matter of minutes. There have been over 100,000 downloads for our iPhone unlocking solution and we’ve never heard of somebody damaging or ruining their iPhone so you can be sure that the entire process is 100% safe and bullet proof.