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4 years ago

T-Mobile HSPA+ network upgrade promises iPhone support

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T-Mobile HSPA+ network upgrade promises iPhone support

T-Mobile recently announced the details of their plans to upgrade to LTE in 2013 thanks to a chunk of the 1900 MHz spectrum they earned through the busted-up AT&T deal. Those upgrades will also include enhancements on HSPA+, which should support the iPhone.

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4 years ago

Apple details security updates covered in iOS 5.1.1 update

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Apple details security updates covered in iOS 5.1.1 update

Apple has released information on the security updates that were covered in the recent release of iOS 5.1.1. When it was originally released yesterday, all that we knew was that there were various bug fixes. This update actually covers some important security fixes too for Mobile Safari and WebKit based browsers in general.

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4 years ago

Apple rumored to be investigating multi-user iPad support

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Apple rumored to be investigating multi-user iPad support

Apple is supposedly looking into developing a way for multiple users to access one iPad with separate accounts and home screens. In response to an emailed suggestion for the feature to be added, Apple said that it was a known issue being investigated by engineering.

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4 years ago

Wacom Bamboo Stylus review

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Wacom Bamboo Stylus review

The Wacom Bamboo is a popular pen stylus for iPad and iPhone. It's a longtime favorite of several of iMore's editors and contributors, and comes from one of the most trusted names in digital pen technology. However, the Wacom Bamboo is facing intense competition from several other pro-level capacitive stylus companies. How does it stack up?

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4 years ago

Twitpic for iPhone review: not even close to being an 'Instagram Killer'

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Twitpic for iPhone review: not even close to being an 'Instagram Killer'

Twitpic is one of the most popular photos hosting services for Twitter and now they've released their very own iPhone app that lets you browse through the photos of all the people you follow on Twitter who have share their photos with Twitpic, add comments, a well as add filters and effects to your own photos to share to Twitter and Twitpic.

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4 years ago

U.S. smartphone penetration crosses 50%, but iOS tails Android

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U.S. smartphone penetration crosses 50%, but iOS tails Android

Though there's still some contention as to whether or not Android is in fact beating out iOS as the leading smartphone operating system in the U.S., Nielsen's latest research shows that Android is leading the way with a 48.5% share. Nielsen's figures also show smartphone adoption now rests at 50.4% of the overall mobile market, which is up from 47.8% in December.

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4 years ago

iOS gamers spend five times more money on games than Android gamers

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iOS gamers spend five times more money on games than Android gamers

Most players on iPhone and iPad tend to spend more money than those playing on an Android device -- five times more, to be exact. This according to a Newzoo study that examined the growth of mobile gaming in Europe and North America. It showed that there are now 101 million American mobile gamers, 69% of which are playing on smartphones and 21% play on tablets. Of them, iPhone claimed 19 million gamers, which is 28% of everyone that plays games on a smartphone. Surprisingly, the iPod touch managed to snag nearly as many with 18 million players. As you might expect, the iPad rocks the tablet gaming world with 12.7 million gamers (a 60% slice of the whole tablet pie).

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4 years ago

Apple releases iOS 5.1.1 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad

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Apple releases iOS 5.1.1 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad

Apple has pushed out iOS 5.1.1, a free software update for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users. The minor point release focuses, as usual, on bug fixes and performance enhancements.

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4 years ago

SkyDrive vs. Dropbox vs. Google Drive: iPhone cloud storage app showdown!

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SkyDrive vs. Dropbox vs. Google Drive: iPhone cloud storage app showdown!

Microsoft SkyDrive, Dropbox, and the newly introduced Google Drive all focus on storing your data in "the cloud" (i.e. in massive data centers) instead of on a physical hard drive in your home or office. That means not only can you free up some valuable internal storage space, but enjoy the piece of mind that comes with solid off-site backup, and the convenience of accessing your files from all your computers, many of the your devices, and almost any web browser. While Dropbox, Skydrive, and Google Drive will all get the job done, which one is the best choice for most iPhone and iPad users?

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4 years ago

Apple progressing with iPad trademark negotiations in China

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Apple progressing with iPad trademark negotiations in China

Proview lawyers recently said that Apple has had a change of heart and are discussing settlements with the LED manufacturer over the use of the iPad name in China.

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4 years ago

Apple fighting for control of iPhone5.com domain

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Apple fighting for control of iPhone5.com domain

Apple has filed a case with the World Intellectual Property Organization to gain access to the web domain iPhone5.com. Currently, the site is a modest fan forum. While Apple's action here might give us a hint as to what they're going to call the next iOS smartphone, it could just very well be protecting the world at large from scams which would target unwary Apple fans. Once upon a time, Apple even <a href="http://www.imore.com/2011/11/04/apple-files-complaint-iphone-4snamed-porn-d

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4 years ago

Welcome to Apple

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Welcome to Apple

The note Instagrammed above and quoted below greets new Apple employees on their first day of work. That's not a new revelation, but seeing it turn up again online is a great reminder. Apple sweats a lot of little details. From day one.

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4 years ago

Evernote buys Penultimate, will keep it as standalone app, put it on other platforms

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Evernote buys Penultimate, will keep it as standalone app, put it on other platforms

Evernote, makers of the widely popular note-taking and idea management apps for iPhone, iPad, and pretty much every platform you can think of, have bought Penultimate, one of the premiere hand-written note-taking apps on the iPad. Evernote will be keeping Penultimate as a separate app, however, and will be moving to push it out to other platforms as well.

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4 years ago

AT&T announces home automation service with iPhone and iPad remote control apps

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AT&T announces home automation service with iPhone and iPad remote control apps

AT&T has announced a new home security and automation service that comes with an iPad and iPhone which give you a wide range of security and remote control options. With it, you can change the temperature, switch the lights, manage the alarm system, control the window blinds, shut off the water main, and even remotely unlock doors.

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