Roundup: Adobe Reader launched for iOS devices while iPhone 4S sells 4 Million units in first weekend
iPhone 4S sales in USA and Canada only on reservation
Apple has announced on its website that in USA and Canada, iPhone 4S would be available, only for in-store reservation. In UK, iPhone 4S purchases are on first-come, first serve basis.
iPhone 4S app helps man catch cheating wife
With iPhone 4S and iOS 5, Apple had released an app called “Find my friends”. This app allows you to add your friends and see their location on the city map. A man claims this new app helped him catch his wife, cheating on him. On the city map in his iPhone 4S, man saw his wife’s location at place where the house of her alleged boyfriend was located. He texted his wife asking where she was. The wife gave an entirely different address, not knowing that her husband was seeing her location in the city map through the new app. Now man was convinced that his wife was with the person suspected to be her lover. The man shared his experience in an online forum, thanking Apple, iPhone 4S and Find My Friends app.
Adobe Reader released for iOS
Adobe has released the Adobe Reader PDF reading application for iOS devices. It is available for free at app store and works for several types of PDF documents.
4 Million units of iPhone 4S sold in first weekend
Apple has issued a Press Release, announcing that iPhone 4S has sold 4 million units since its debut on 14 October 2011. The next rollout for the release of iPhone 4S will be on 28 October 2011 when Apple launches iPhone in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuanian, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and Sweden.
Samsung attempts to block the sales of iPhone 4S in Japan and Australia
The refusal of Dutch judge to ban iPhone 4S in Netherlands may have left a bad taste in the mouth of Samsung but the taste seems to be bitter enough for Samsung to strike like a wounded lion. Angry over the ban on the sales of Galaxy Tab 10.5 (whose design was copied from Apple iPad, due to which Apple started the legal battle), Samsung has filed petitions in Tokyo District Court and New South Wales Registry, seeking the ban on the sales of iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPad 2.