For a very long time, there has been a conspiracy theory which claimed that Apple was purposely slowing down older iPhones, to force users to upgrade to newer iPhones.
Yesterday, Apple responded to FCC over demand for FM radio to be activated on iPhones. Apple stated that iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models do not have FM radio chips nor do they have antennas designed to support FM signals, so it wasn’t possible to magically activate FM radio in these products.
It’s that time of the year when you have to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time in the U.S.
At 2 a.m. local time today, daylight saving time (DST) arrived with the promise to give you an extra hour of evening light.
One of the most impressive features of Apple’s new iPhone 4S is Siri – the intelligent personal assistant feature, which we believe could be as or more revolutionary than Apple’s multitouch feature, which was introduced with the first iPhone.
Ever since Apple introduced Siri at last week’s Let’s Talk iPhone event, we have been finding out interesting details about the new feature such as the exhaustive list of phrases it can understand, how unbelievably accurate it is and that the engineers responsible for developing it has some sense of humor.
You might have observed that iPhone syncing with firmware 2.0 takes a very long time. The real culprit for this is the iPhone backup process which takes majority of the time.
It appears that the reason for the long time taking backups is because iTunes is taking a complete snapshot of the iPhone applications that you have installed on your iPhone for restoring purpose instead of taking back up of only the applications documents and library data.
After you have bought the new iPhone 3G (to be rolled out on Friday, July 11) and have replaced your original iPhone with new iPhone 3G and have verified that its restored with the personal data from the original iPhone, I guess the next logical step would be to sell the original iPhone unless ofcourse you want to use it as a Wi-Fi iPod or have already sold it.
There are quite a few options available out there so I thought it would be a good time to check them out to see which one would be the best place to sell your original iPhone.
Apple has published a support document for those planning to upgrade to new iPhone 3G and were wondering how to replace their original iPhone with new iPhone 3G.
The details have raised a concern for all those who might have already sold their original iPhone to buy the new iPhone 3G.
We have been speculating that iPhone firmware 2.0 will be available to
all iPhone users towards the end of June or early July as we were not
aware of the exact release date.
The speculations can be put to rest as the release date of the much awaited
iPhone firmware 2.0 has been revealed thanks to a tip from TUAW reader.
The source of the release date is none other than Apple’s iPhone 3G
press release which we seemed to have completely missed out.
If you are confused whether to update to the latest iPhone firmware or not then I have some advice
depending on the category of iPhone user you
If you are in the US and one of those who is excited about the 3G iPhone which was launched yesterday by Steve Jobs at Apple’s WWDC event and are planning to buy it when it is released on July 11th in US then you might want to run through this post which answers some of your questions.
One of the most common (and obvious) recommendation before hacking the iPhone is to backup the iPhone so that if things go horribly wrong you can at least restore your iPhone to avoid losing any of your settings such as sound settings, widget settings, certain network settings, and other preferences and information such as text messages, notes, call history contact favorites etc.