Sep 29

Tim Cook “Apple’s CEO” has published an letter to customers to apologize for the new Apple-powered Maps app in iOS 6. Apple replaced Google Maps with their own Apple Maps in iOS 6 but “most” people prefer Google Maps over Apple Maps, Tim Cook wrote in the letter that Apple is “sorry for the frustration this has caused our customers” and even told its customers to use alternative Map apps “like Bing, MapQuest and Waze, or use Google or Nokia maps” while Apple is improving Maps. Read the full letter after the break. » Tim Cook Apologizing In Open Letter On Maps For iOS 6

Sep 28


Netflix released an update to its iOS app to support iOS 6 and the iPhone 5’s 4-inch screen. They also added improved browsing, searching and watching experience. Netflix is a very popular iPhone app, which provides services for watching TV episodes and movies on your phone. » Netflix For iOS Updated With iOS 6 & iPhone 5 Widescreen Support

Sep 28


WindSolutions announced the launch of CopyTrans Contacts for easily managing your iPhone, iPod and iPad contacts without iTunes. CopyTrans Contacts frees people to import, export, edit and save their iOS device contacts through their PC, finally enabling simple and total control of their critical mobile information. CopyTrans Contacts is fully compatible with iOS6 and is available now fora special launch price of $1.99 USD through September 30th. » Wind Solutions Released CopyTrans Contacts

Sep 28

Above you can see a boot speed test comparing the iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 5. “Every device was freshly restored to the highest firmware version support by the device.” via [iClarified]

Sep 28


Today the iPhone 5 will be launched in 22 more countries and at regional carriers in the U.S. The 22 new countries are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. » The iPhone 5 Launches in 22 More Countries Today

Sep 28


Apple sold a record number of iPhone 5 devices, but how much does it take to charge all these devices? Opower did some research and you may be surprised how little you pay to keep your iPhone 5 battery alive. After Opower got their hands on a new iPhone 5 and a Samsung Galaxy S III they headed into the Opower Lab for some testing. They found out that charging the iPhone 5 only costs $0.41 per year. » iPhone 5 Only Costs $0.41 Per Year To Charge “Galaxy SIII $0,53”

Sep 27


iLounge created an lengthy review of the iPhone 5, and performed an analysis on its battery life. They said “Battery performance too often falls below Apple’s best case estimates, particularly for cellular calling and data.” They did a view test whille using, cellular data, Wi-Fi data, voice calling, FaceTime calling, video recording, video playback and audio playback and noted that the iPhone 5 is in the same general ballpark as its predecessor in terms of run time. » iPhone 5 Battery Life “Below Apple’s Best Case Estimates”

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