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”

Sep 27


A lot of iOS 6 users are not happy with Apple’s new Maps App and are waiting for Google to release their Google Maps app in the App Store, but since it still can take a couple of months before they will submit their Google Maps app to the App Store, people are simply using Google Maps as a web app. David Pogue from The New York Times mentions: While bemoaning some navigation related mishaps in the new app, Street View imagery will be accessible via the Google Maps web app “in two weeks.” » Google Maps Street View: Available Via Mobile Safari In Two Weeks

Sep 27


Multiple reports claim that Google has been working on a replacement standalone Maps app for iOS to replace the bundled app included with every version of iOS until last week’s release of iOS 6, The New York Times claims that Google is hoping to have it available in “another couple months or so”.

Macrumors wrote: Apple and Google still have over a year left on their contract for Google to provide Maps for iOS, and thus Google was caught off guard when Apple announced in June that it would be replacing Google’s solution with its own Maps app for iOS 6. As a result, Google still needs several more months to complete work on a standalone offering to be submitted to Apple for inclusion in the App Store.

 A second reason for taking “another couple months or so” is because Google would likely prefer to release a maps app that includes 3-D imagery such as the 3-D images in Google Earth, it would take some time to combine the two. » Google Working On Maps App For iOS, But Complicated by Integration With Google Earth

Sep 27


Bloomberg Reports that Samsung expects sales of its new Galaxy Note 2 smartphone launched yesterday in South Korea” to sell three times faster than its predecessor, even after Apple sold a record number of the iPhone 5 in its debut weekend as more carriers are set to offer the product. » Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Sales Unfazed By iPhone Record Sales

Sep 27


Streamweaver is a multi-angle mobile video app that’s social from the moment you tap record. It is called split-screen synchronicity. Invite friends, wherever they are, to jointly record everyday moments. Streamweaver combines your uploaded video streams and plays them back to you in a single split-screen video that shows all angles together. A video of how StreamWeaver works can be found after the break. » Streamweaver: Create Multi-Angle Videos With Friends

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