Apple is widely expected to finally make the iPhone‚Äôs screen bigger this year with the iPhone 6. The device is rumored to come in two variants ‚ÄĒ one with a 4.5-inch display, and the other with a 5.5-inch display. Here‚Äôs a comprehensive roundup of all the rumors that we‚Äôve seen till now about Apple‚Äôs next-generation iPhone.
One of the biggest barriers people face when adopting a task management app is the price. Apps like Things and OmniFocus are at the high end of the price spectrum, but there a plenty of iPhone users out there who have no interest in spending anything on an iPhone app of any kind‚Ä¶let alone a task management solution.
But that doesn‚Äôt mean those users shouldn‚Äôt have options should they want to add a task manager to their app arsenal.
Apple has just rejected Readability‚Äôs iOS application from the App Store as it did not offer in-app subscription option.
Readability is a service, which offers users a clutter and ad-free version of online content for easy reading for $5 per month. Readability in turn gives publishers in the user‚Äôs reading list 70% of the membership fee.
iPhone 4 Press Conference Roundup: White iPhone 4 Availability, iPhone 4 Coming To 17 New Countries And More
Apple announced at today‚Äôs special iPhone 4 conference that it will offer a free iPhone case to all its iPhone 4 customers to address the antenna problem, which it believes also affects other smartphones.
Steve Jobs also made announcements for users who are eagerly waiting for the white iPhone 4 and also users waiting to get their hands on Apple‚Äôs new iPhone in 18 new countries.
There has been a lot of discussion lately over signal reception and proximity sensor related issues on the new iPhone. However, to be fair, we must also note that iPhone 4 comes with lots of improvements over its predecessor.
One of the significant improvement in the Apple's new iPhone is its battery. Apple has claimed that the new iPhone would offer close to 40% longer battery life compared to iPhone 3GS.
Apple‚Äôs WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2010 starts tomorrow with the Keynote address by Steve Jobs at 10am Pacific.