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While Apple reported the maximum sales even without any single offer during the Black Friday, it now seems that the company still wants to gift all it’s users with new free gifts, each new one everyday for 12 days. Apple will have some new download available for you, including apps, music, movies, and other types of media.
All Apple users for sure do not want to miss any day as these single day downloads are only specific to that day. Head over here
There is reason to talk about the iWatch since there was a rumour stating that when we got an update about a possible timetable. Another report later stated that Apple might not be able to cope with the mass production needs of this hardware pushing it to late 2014.
October is when Apple would apparently get the iWatch to the masses. Apple is much clear about it’s stand on wireless charging : they hate it! Until now, new rumours suggest that Apple is looking at Wireless charging as an option and is serious on developing this technology for it’s wearable accessory.
Apple recently just updated their developer website and they proudly showcase recent statistics which say – 74% of total iOS running devices now have iOS7 on them.
This is a significant number and most of which has been achieved with the release of the two new iPhones this year : iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c. What is also impressive is the fact that 22% of users are running iOS 6 which means a whooping 96% people are using the last two latest versions of iOS.
Well, only if Google can reach half those number with KitKat, i would be the happiest!
Gone are the days when comparing the top 2 widely used Operating Systems had significant differences between them to write about.If Simplicity and intuitiveness is what you seek than iOS might be your perfect companion. If a Robust with expanded options, Android is a winner.
While it’s also not new to see the guys behind the biggest companies talk directly to consumers, this is just more well layed out than ever. Eric Schmidt, former CEO and current Chairman of Google, has written a post on Google+ aimed at helping the less technically sound folks to switch from iPhone to Android.
As we get close to one of the most anticipated events of 2014 – CES ’14, it is expected that hardware manufacturers like Nvidia, Broadcom and Nvidia are gearing up for launching 64 bit processors of their own.
Google and the various System-on-a-Chip (Soc) designers have been under pressure to bring 64-bit computing to Android. Just after Apple launched the iPhone 5S, Samsung’s CEO JK Shin confirmed that the Korean company planned to ship 64-bit SoCs next year.
Answering a very important question here, Is 64 bit important for Android? Well, the straight answer is No. As far as i’m aware Android is not at all capable of taking advantage of the 64 bit architecture and hence requires a major update. At this point there is very less known of how an overhaul like this is to mean anything to the end user and no where is this relevant question answered.
Oppo, a chinese manufacturer of mobile phones has brought some exceptionally built Android Smartphones like the Find 5 and N1. A Forum post by an Indian was answered by a representative, Adam:
We’re in the process of setting up a local branch in India to provide our Ofans with support in OPPO stores and make their brand experience even better. Stay tuned for an official announcement coming soon!
If you’re unaware, Oppo N1 is the company’s long awaited latest offering – with a 1920 x 1080p display and a 3160 mAh Battery. The N1 also has a touch sensitive back panel and a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset with a 1.7 Ghz Quad Core CPU.
The Oppo N1 is expected to launch in India at Rs. 35,900.
Many Apple fans were mighty disappointed earlier this year when Apple failed to announce a single new iDevice at their annual World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco, but it seems that the long wait may be over after even more parts have leaked online depicting what could be the Apple iPad 5 and iPhone 5C (or Mini)’s housings.
Alleged Apple iPhone 5C has its inyards splattered all over the internet, may be the rumoured iPhone Mini
What is cheap and features an Apple logo? Nothing original that’s for sure, but the illustrious, and long rumoured, iPhone Mini, believed to be officially called the Apple iPhone 5C promises to bring the popular premium Apple iPhone to lower price points when it is expected to launch later this year. Said device has even had most of its insides splashed on the interwebs today as no one believes leaks of the supposed plastic rear covers of the device anymore.
IC Tech seems to have caught yet another glimpse of the so called budget iPhone, or iPhone 5C or iPhone Mini, this time having most of its insides shown to the world. One of these parts are allegedly the Apple iPhone 5C’s new front screen and bezel which looks quite similar to that of the Apple iPhone 5, with changes to its plugs, and by the looks of it a slightly thicker bezel. The Apple iPhone 5C has also allegedly had its camera module leaked, showing off a 8MP sensor similar to the one found on the more premium Apple iPhone 5. The Apple iPhone 5C will apparently be the company’s complete low end offering when the next flagship is announced and besides featuring a cheaper plastic rear, it will also have the same 4-inch display found on the iPhone 5.
The Apple iPhone 5C, or iPhone Mini or iPhone Lite, or iPad Nano, whatever you call it, may be one of the company’s best sellers, if it is real that is. The company is expected to announce the device alongside the next line of iPads and this year’s iPhone flagship device, with a date somewhere in September being rumoured. Is a budget iPhone on your to-buy list? Let us know below!
Undoubtedly one of the hottest stories from Cupertino this year, the budget-friendly version of the Apple iPhone may very well be called the Apple iPhone 5C, that is if the latest set of leaks straight out of manufacturer Pegatron, is to be believed. The leak, through an employee of the China Labour Watch, mentions a plastic clad iPhone that is coming to the market in the coming months and likely references the more affordable device.