This past week many users of Apple’s internal messaging system, iMessage have been experiencing many outages or losses of connection whilst using it. Most of the time it’s rather difficult to identify a problem with Apple’s messaging service as the majority of the time it can be blamed on your data connection being insufficient to send a message, at least such thing is true in the UK. However it’s been recognised in places where a strong data connection is present. Some of the MriOSDevices team have been experiencing quite severe outages over the whole of last weekend. Continue reading→
Today during Google’s I/O event, the company released versions of Google Drive and Google Chrome for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The apps work much in the same way as their desktop counterparts. Google Chrome for iOS will roll out with “Chrome Sync,” a new feature introduced that allows you to sync all your opened tabs, bookmarks, search results, etc. across all of your devices. You can find download links for the apps below.
Spotify released an update for their iOS app last night, which brings Pandora-like radio feature to your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The Radio feature was introduced for the desktop version of the service last year. The new feature allows you to create your own radio stations by tapping into Spotify’s catalog of more than 16 million tracks. Continue reading→
In this day and age smartphones and mobile handsets dominate our lives. With the increase in demand for these phones, people need to find ways to protect those investments.
Today I will be taking a look at an iCarbons skin, and stick around for a giveaway after the review.
The iCarbons skin for the 4th generation iPod Touch runs for $19.95 and includes a front skin, a back sin, a home button sticker matching the color of the skin and a sticker covering the Apple logo. Continue reading→
Its nearly time for a new iPhone, and like always, supposed “reliable sources” go bananas with apparently leaked parts they have received. There’s a new kid on the block, just today, they leaked what they call “iPhone 5″ parts. Lets take a look and see if they’re genuine. Continue reading→
Halfbrick are celebrating their achievements over the past couple of years with rewarding users of iDevices with a free promo code to redeem a free copy of their game, follow the link below to claim it now! Continue reading→
When Apple released iOS 5, they added a superb function which lets you tweet from certain “Apple Apps” like Photos, YouTube and Safari, it is a great feature and I use it all the time. Continue reading→
Grant Paul (@chpwn) announced on Twitter that he is not updating Spire to support iOS 5.1.x. Apple does not host decrypted copies of Siri for iOS 5.1 which means that devices running the iOS 5.1.1 firmware are not able to run Siri unless Apple releases an official version of Siri. Continue reading→
Last Quarter, AT&T, the US Mainstream Network activated 5.5 Million iPhones, 4.3 Million were iPhones!
The iPhone is on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and many others, it seems that AT&T is the “iPhone Network” for the US after this report.
These awesome numbers could be because AT&T were the first network to have the iPhone all the way back in 2007, ages ago we know but if people upgrade and think they have a great deal, they’ll stay with that company.
Verizon announced numbers last week including 3.2 million iPhones sold. While the iPhone is down significantly from the holiday quarter, it is up from 3.6 million activations in Q1 2011.
It will be interesting to see what Sprint has to offer with their stats and figures, a long with all those smaller US Networks.