If you have an iPhone, running iOS 6, fire up your Facebook app and you might see a little message that Photo Syncing is ready for you. A little over a week ago we learned that Facebook was rolling out this feature to iOS users (it’s been a feature on Android phones for a while) and now it looks like more people are starting to see the feature available. Best of all, this doesn’t require an app update, if you have the latest version of the Facebook app, all you’ll have to do is turn it on—if you want.
iPhone 4G, Fourth Generation iPhone
The Wall Street Journal reports Apple is being sued by an iPhone 4S customer in New York for ‘misleading and deceptive’ Siri ads.
MacRumors is reporting that they’ve received a screenshot, which their source claims is from a Best Buy inventory database, which provides some interesting information.
As you can see from the screenshot (after the break), Best Buy’s inventory database has entries for 16 GB and 32 GB white iPhone 4 models, which has in-stock dates of February 27th.
If you’re hoping that Apple will add support for 4G network in the fifth generation iPhone, which is expected to be released in June then we have some disappointing news for you.
AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega revealed in a Keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it plans to offer LTE devices in 2012. Interestingly, AT&T also included Apple in the list of manufacturers that will offer LTE devices on its network indicating that iPhone may support 4G network only in 2012 (probably with the launch of the sixth generation iPhone).
In the last official update from Apple, the white iPhone 4 launch has been delayed till “Spring 2011”.
We have also heard speculations that Apple might decide to scrap the white iPhone altogether because by the time it arrives, we would be inching closer towards the arrival of the next generation iPhone – making the entire effort to bring the white iPhone – pointless.
Apple Releases FaceTime For Mac; Allows Users To Make Video Calls From Mac To iPhone, iPod Touch Or Mac
Steve Jobs has just announced at today’s Back to Mac event that FaceTime – Apple’s video calling feature that was first introduced on iPhone 4 and later on the new iPod Touch 4G will be available for Mac users.
Folks at RichyRich have published photos, which they claim are photos of a prototype N92 iPhone.
Back in August, John Gruber of Daring Fireball who has a good track record with Apple rumors had revealed that the CDMA-based iPhone codenamed N92 was at EVT (engineering verification test) that’s one step below DVT, which is one step below production.
When Apple launched iPhone 4, we were all told that it would be arriving in two color options – Black and White. While the black iPhone has been launched and is now fairly common, there is no sign of the white iPhone, which was supposed to be here by the second half of July initially.
Back then, Apple had issued the following statement:
"White models of Apple's new iPhone 4 have proven more challenging to manufacture than expected, and as a result they will not be available until the second half of July. The availability of the more popular iPhone 4 black models is not affected."
Not surprisingly, the iPhone 4 bumper cases that were unavailable in Apple's Retail and Online stores during the program, first made their silent comeback to the retail stores on October 1.
Macrumors has just reported that they're also available on Apple's Online store.
If you have been using the Netflix app on your iPhone or iPod Touch and eagerly waiting for the video out feature like the iPad, well, your prayers have been answered.
The NetFlix iPhone app has received an update last night that will allow users to stream Netflix content from your iPhone to their TV – officially.