When iFixit disassembled the iPhone 5 back in September, they found it easier to repair as it opened from front-to-back.
The annual American Customer Satisfaction Index for mobile phones has just come out, and of course Apple is on top, but they’ve fallen from 2012′s score of 83% of customers being satisfied with their products. This year they’re “just” 81%. How do the others compare? Samsung is at 76%, as is Nokia, and Motorola of all companies is at 77%. Both HTC and LG have slipped, down to 72% and 71% respectively.
When Apple introduced FaceTime over cellular feature in iOS 6 last September, AT&T only allowed customers with a Mobile Share plan to use the feature.
Few weeks back we told you that Apple’s iPhone and iPad and Samsung’s Android devices will be given security clearance by the Pentagon.
AllThingsD, citing a report published by IDC and App Annie, says that people are spending more money on games for their smartphones and tablets than are spending games on dedicated videogame consoles like the Nintendo DS or PlayStation Vita.
Smartphones are increasingly becoming common targets for theft, which has a lot of government reps worried. To tackle the thefts, New York attorney general, Eric Schneiderman, has written to Apple, Google, Microsoft and Samsung, enquiring about the technology they’re building to help make stolen phones useless.
T-Mobile USA, the fourth largest carrier in the U.S finally started offering Apple’s iPhone on April 12th.
As you probably know, customers could either pay the full price ($579.99/$679.99/$779.99) for the 16GB/32GB/64GB iPhone 5 up front or they can pay $99.99/$199.99/$299.99 up front plus $20 monthly instalments for 24 months.