Claimant Awarded $850 Over AT&T iPhone Data Throttling

Claimant Awarded $850 Over AT&T iPhone Data Throttling

It’s clear from comments on our previous coverage of the matter that users are frustrated by AT&T throttling kicking in at lower and lower limits — and it appears someone has decided to do something about it. The AP is reporting that a California judge has awarded an iPhone user $850 because AT&T reduced his download speeds. Matt Spaccarelli filed a small claims charge against AT&T,... Contine Reading > >

Implications Siri May Cause – Be Aware

Implications Siri May Cause – Be Aware

Siri has made life of millions a lot easier, and are now more convenient than ever with iOS5 — but they also leave you open to everything from pranks to data loss you may not think of. Below you’ll find several examples on how Siri can drag you into extremely embarrassing or simply undesirable situations. We all know that Siri is activated by holding down the Home button, but have you ever thought... Contine Reading > >

iPad 3 Confirmed To Have 2048×1536 Retina Display

iPad 3 Confirmed To Have 2048×1536 Retina Display

We’ve seen numerous photos of supposed parts for the upcoming iPad 3. Many have been used to speculate a larger battery and presumably a high resolution display. MacRumors have managed to obtain an iPad 3 display, which they’ve put under a microscope in an effort to determine the resolution. The display looks no different than the 9.7-inch iPad 1 or iPad 2. Their findings upon looking at the iPad... Contine Reading > >

iOS 5.1 coming Soon

iOS 5.1 coming Soon

Newly published carrier profiles are indicating iOS 5.1 will be released in March 9. Eleven new profiles have been discovered that are compatible with the update. The profiles that have been found are intended for operators in Japan, France, Greece, Finland and Sweden. After updating the profile on the iPhone, it will make sure that the network connection works correctly after Apple releases iOS 5.1. Apple... Contine Reading > >

Steve Jobs Honored With A Special Merit Award At The Grammys

Steve Jobs Honored With A Special Merit Award At The Grammys

Last night, Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, accepted a Special Merit Grammy Award for Steve Jobs awarded in honor of his outstanding contributions to the field of music with the iPod and iTunes Music Store (via MacRumors). The Recording Academy had already announced that it would be honoring Steve Jobs with a Trustees Award at the 2012 Grammys. Steve’s... Contine Reading > >

Apple becomes third-largest mobile player

Apple becomes third-largest mobile player

An outbreak of iPhone fever made Apple the third hottest mobile phone maker worldwide at the end of 2011, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC). Apple jumped into the third spot globally from fifth place in the final quarter of the year due to a record-breaking quarter for iPhone shipments, IDC said in figures available online Monday. Apple vaulted over South Korea’s LG... Contine Reading > >

App Store served 5.65 million free downloads daily in November

We all know that most of the apps that the App Store moves are free downloads. Some developers make money off the in-app sales and DLC for these free games. During the month of November, there were a huge number of free apps downloaded. According to metrics firm Fiksu, there were 5.65 million free apps downloaded during November alone. That is up from 4.91 million free apps in October. I can only... Contine Reading > >

Apple market cap hits $400B, Samsung patent suit shot down, Corona A5 tool

For a little while this week Apple was worth a staggering $400 billion in market cap. That massive number put Apple as a company worth more than Greece and several other small countries. Samsung’s first patent suit over 3G tech against Apple has been shot down in Germany. The suit centered on alleged Apple infringement on 3G/UMTS patents that Samsung owns. A new jailbreak tool for the iPhone 4S... Contine Reading > >

Apple predicted to sell 40 million iPhones in China, Apple gets new retail chief from Dixons, iPhone 5 get strong NFC support

Morgan Stanley is predicting that Apple could sell as many as 40 million iPhones in China by 2013. That of course is contingent on Apple landing contracts with the other two carriers in China and the next version of the iPhone supporting China Mobile’s TD-LTE 4G network. Apple has landed a new retail chief who came over to Cupertino from European retail chain Dixons. The new retail chief is John... Contine Reading > >

Apple’s First Quarter Results Are Unbelievable in Every Area

Apple has an amazing success in first quarter, ended on December 31. Can you imagine 110 million people went to an Apple store in during the period of time?  That means approximately 22.000 customers per Apple store per week. But the most important thing is quantity of sold items. It is worth mentioning that iPhone sales have increased, as the company has sold 37.04 million gadgets which is 128%... Contine Reading > >