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iPhone 7 rumors

Published on June 28, 2016 by in Apple

iphone 7 001Did you just grab your iPhone 6s in your hand? Are you enjoying the 3D touch and the high quality? Well, we don’t want to be your fun spoilers here, but Apple is all hands in creating iPhone 7 for you! There are still months to go till the release of iPhone 7 but this cannot stop the enormous list of rumors from piling up. IPhone 7 is all rumored to be unveiled in September 2016.

 

If the rumors are to be believed then the next edition should come out with an entirely new façade. Moreover, the beans are spilling everywhere that iPhone7 might be water resistant and it will also be able to eliminate the antenna lines. It is also going to feature the liquid metal. Isn’t that cool? The façade is certainly going to be more promising this year. Fingers crossed for that!

The rumor that is believed the most is that iPhone 7 will do away the headphone jack. This is going to help the iPhone creators, to slim down the phone further and it will also boost performance of water resistant feature.iphone 7 002

Various sources have leaked a teaser look of an iPhone without a headphone jack which does look really smart. This leaked “teaser image” of iPhone 7 has dual lens camera and a really smart connector as well. Its outlook can turn in anyone to purchase this one. Even if sources state that the iPhone 7 won’t bring in a lot of changes, we are forced to speculate about them. Adding a smart connector and the removal of the headphone jack are actually great changes already and we are yet again, forced to think that there is a lot more waiting for us in the name of iPhone 7.iphone 7 003

Even when all of this makes us too excited and we do get carried away from the lovely rose gold iPhone 6 plus in our hands…there is nothing “certain” about them. We all know that Apple Inc. never gives out the real details before the model is actually unveiled. All these rumors are helping us visualize what iPhone 7 might look like and let’s be honest; it is making it really interesting.

 

More images were leaked in May which was tagged as iPhone 7. Those images had iPhone without the antenna lines and it welcomed the curved edges also. The antenna lines have been repositioned perfectly along the curves of the phone rather than at the back. The camera also bulges out of iPhone 7 in the leaked images in May.

Well, what to or what not to expect out of iPhone 7 is a blind ended game. We really don’t know what to expect out of iPhone 7 but the rumors make it sound too good. However, the wait is almost over as we are only 3 months away from setting our eyes on iPhone 7.

 

 
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IPHONE 6 / 6S TIPS AND TRICKS

Published on May 17, 2016 by in Apple

Are you considering buying an iPhone 6 or 6s, but you are not familiar with all the technology options that come with it? Do you think that is too much for you? Do not be afraid. Information and tips in this article will make you become iPhone master.

To preserve battery life on the iPhone, reduce the brightness level. Go to the Settings to change. This means that the battery will drain more slowly, and this helps the time you want to keep your phone charged for as long as possible.

You can consider getting a battery management application. There are many different options, and they can tell you what apps and actions use the most power. They also tell you when you need to calibrate, allowing you to keep the battery in good condition.

One of the most useful features of your iPhone is pretty big dictionary built into the IOS. Use this reference tool for almost all your applications. Press and hold on a word; when the options come up, select define.

 

The iPhone’s versatility makes it great.  With the free Bling TV app, you can transform your phone into a universal remote. Your iPhone can control your TV, DVD player and other audio / video files. Also, you can set reminders for favorite shows or programs your iPhone!

 

Save time when typing on the iPhone. Go to the configuration menu and the general area, and then select a keyboard. Finish by adding a new shortcut. In this way, word combos and phrases you type are pre-programmed. As such, the next time you will not have to type any letter again.

Load your iPhone with the exciting sounds, With Apple technology, everyone can choose the sounds of your favorite songs to set custom tones for tweets, texts, voice messages, e-mails, memos, and more. Just go to your sounds menu and customize your iPhone to your tastes! It’s fun … and easy.

Always update your operating system OS to the newest version. Due to the complexity of iPhone, the update is critical, especially when personal information is used or accessed if you go online with your phone.

 

You can take pictures with one hand on the iPhone. Just press the +”Volume once you have the frame exactly as you want. The Image quality is as good as talking them in the normal way.

 

Many users of iPhone can take a long time to surf the Web and read e-mail, but do not know how to save images that are or have been sent. Simply click the image you want at the moment. The box appears with save option.

Having read this article, you should have a working knowledge of the iPhone’s capabilities.

 
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iPhone 6 to come with Sapphire front glass and a larger screen

Published on July 23, 2014 by in iPhone, News, Rumors

Apple has decided to go with the flow and try to gain more market share by releasing an iPhone with a larger screen, but wait there’s more… not only will the new iPhone 6 have a larger screen, it will come with a sapphire front glass (technically it is synthetic sapphire glass). If you are not familiar with what sapphire glass is, it’s a very durable and almost scratch proof material that you will find on most high end watches and not being incorporated into the next iPhone.
According to several rumors and some close sources to the manufacturer the next generation iPhone will come in a couple sizes, 4.4” and 5.5” screen options. The guys over in Cupertino, CA are so confident in the next release that they have reportedly asked their suppliers to manufacture between 70 to 80 million units, this is definitely up from the 50 to 60 million units of iPhone 5S and 5C.
So what does everyone think about this… will Apples bet pay off and continue their success or will they have too many units laying around during launch? I for one think that with this new larger version, especially with the 2 choices in size they will sell out.

 
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Apple iOS 8, what users want

iOS 8 What users want to seeThe latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 7, has been getting a lot of attention.  While many users are ecstatic over the new functionality offered by iOS 7, there could be a few more useful changes.  When iOS 8 comes out sometime in 2014, it would be nice to see some of the following changes implemented.

Hide Those Pesky Default Apps

Don’t get me wrong, I love most of the iOS default apps for email, browsing and other activities, but it would be nice to be able to pick non-Apple apps for these kinds of things.  It probably won’t happen, but would it really be so tough for Apple to let users hide those default apps?  This is something that Apple enthusiasts have been less than enthused about since the first iPhone came out.  Maybe iOS 8 will provide an option to hide the default apps, but don’t hold your breath.

Accounts for Guests or Kids

Yes, it would be nice if Apple’s dream of everyone owning their own device were somehow magically transformed into reality, but a lot of families just don’t have the financial wherewithal to get an iPhone for both parents and each of the kids.  It would be peachy if Apple would figure out how to provide a guest/child account that doesn’t affect the principle settings and data on the device.  Surely, it wouldn’t be that difficult to provide the structure for a single-tap account that does not save its own settings and data.

Managing Apps

With the advent of iOS 7, apps can now be automatically updated, but this should not be the end of it.  Developers have a tough time dealing with app data on iCloud when it should be fairly easy to save (or restore) the app’s associated data when an app is removed or reinstalled.  It wouldn’t be too terribly difficult to offer app trials along with paid versions so that developers don’t have to do the in-app-purchase or replacement app shuffle, either.

Inter-App Communication Improvement

We’ve all been in the middle of using an app, only to be transferred to another app.  When you get done with the secondary app, you don’t always get shunted back to the original app.  The workflow between apps when making changes to documents presents its own nightmare landscape because the document won’t always update in the other relevant apps, leaving you with various stages of the document in several different apps.  This shouldn’t be too difficult to correct; it just requires better inter-app communication.

Improved Management of Documents

All right, I’m just going to say it outright: Can we please get some type of centralized document access in iOS?  Sure, you can employ Dropbox as a surrogate for a real file system, but iCloud could provide the service, if Apple would just take the time to integrate all the discrete parts of the current iCloud configuration.  The lack of a serviceable workflow in iCloud is extremely disappointing.

FaceTime Conferencing

This one isn’t specifically tied to iOS, but FaceTime got its beginnings on Apple’s mobile operating system, so that’s probably the best place to start trying to implement FaceTime conference calling.  Wouldn’t it be great to make a FaceTime call that included several devices, rather than having a whole crowd of people trying to share a single device?  FaceTime is awesome, and this limitation just doesn’t make sense.

Do Not Disturb Upgrades

While iOS 7 does make some improvements to the Do Not Disturb function, it can still only handle a single schedule.  Introducing separate schedules for weekend and weekday use would be a huge improvement to the current Do Not Disturb option.

Apple, We’re Giving You a Year

The new iOS 7 provides some pretty neat new features and functions, but it’s still missing some of the basic improvements listed above.  Users are already talking about what they’d like to see in the next version, so Apple might do well to heed the rumblings coming from the masses that use their devices.  Most of these changes wouldn’t be terribly hard to make into reality.  Apple, we’re looking forward to iOS 8.  Can we have some of these options, pretty please?

 
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Apple’s Experimentation with Phablets

Published on September 6, 2013 by in Apple, Rumors

Apple’s Experimentation with Phablets

There has been a definite trend among Apple’s competitors in recent years to provide their users with ever-expanding screens for their smartphones.  Apple’s 4-inch screen for the iPhone looks positively puny in comparison to the offerings from Samsung, HTC and others.  These larger smartphones have earned the moniker “phablet.”  Apple has been conspicuously absent from the phablet arena, but that may be about to change.

Sampling Screen Sizes

Apple may be toying with the idea of giving the iPhone a larger screen, putting it in competition with Samsung’s Galaxy phablets and HTC’s One.  These phablets feature large screens with resolution that rivals that of the iPhone 5’s screen that comes in at just four inches.  The iPhone 5 can also still be held in just one hand, while some phablets have gotten so large that they are uncomfortable to try to hold in one hand for calls or other actions.  Apple purportedly wishes to avoid this problem, and while they’ve been looking at screens ranging up to six inches, it is most likely that the larger screen would still be less than five inches.  The screen size that is reportedly drawing the most attention from the company’s developers appears to be around 4.8 inches, meaning that the larger iPhone would fall somewhere between the size of the Galaxy S4 and that of the HTC One.

How iPhone Might Measure Up

Samsung recently released its Galaxy Note 3 at the Unpacked Episode 2 event in Berlin.  That phablet features a 5.7 inch screen.  The Galaxy Mega could be considered as just a smaller tablet with smartphone capabilities.  It’s huge, sporting a 6.3 inch screen.  Apple won’t cross the line of a five inch screen, though.  Avid followers point to the company’s commitment to keeping one-handed use possible, meaning that Apple is inherently limited in the size increase it could employ on future generations of the iPhone.

No Murmurs for September 10th Event

While Apple is expected to unveil the latest generation of iPhones in just a few days, there has been little-to-no speculation that they will sport larger screens.  Rather, the unveiling of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C is expected to focus on the new biometric security features of the 5S and the lower cost and redesigned case for the 5C.  There is also a lot of speculation that the new iOS 7 will be introduced and discussed in detail.   That’s not to say that the new iPhones won’t have a larger screen, but from what we’ve seen and heard recently, I’d say the chances of such a change are pretty slim during the September 10th media event.

 

 

 

 
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