Google unveiled its experimental “Project Tango” smartphone earlier this year, and its 3D indoor and outdoor mapping technology was rumored to be powered by the Movidius Myriad 1 3D-sensing chip. This turned out to be true. However, a recent teardown revealed that the device is also powered by Apple technology, namely the PrimeSense Capri PS1200 3D imaging system-on-a-chip.
The smartphone industry is currently dominated by three companies, Apple, Samsung and Google, who mostly rely on you, the buyer, updating your phone every two years for their revenue. But what if you didn’t have to upgrade your phone every couple of years to get the latest and greatest hardware specs?
Last month, we showed you how to hide stock apps in iOS 7.1 without jailbreaking.
There is an even easier way to hide stock apps in iOS 7.1.
It’s handy to have your IMEI number stored someplace safe in case you ever lose your phone or tablet. This 16-digit number (known as an International Mobile Equipment Identity number) is a unique identifier for every device that connects to a mobile network with a SIM card, and it allows carriers to blacklist the device if it goes missing.
French website Nowwhereelse.fr has published photos of yet another case, which their source claims are for the iPhone 6.
Apple recently launched the 8GB version of the Apple iPhone 5c targeting the budget market. This particular variant of the low cost iPhone is now available in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Sweden starting today.