Last month, we reported about Apple’s announcement of a settlement with iPhone 4 users over the Antennagate debacle. Now it is time for compensation.
When iPhone 4 was first launched years ago, just days after its launch, many users began to notice 3G reception issues when placing their palm over the antenna part of their iPhone 4. This issue had been dubbed as the “antennagate” by bloggers.
In the middle of an air, when you are in a plane, you would never want your phone, or anything in that matter to catch fire. There would a huge panic if that happens and you fear that any moment, the plane will be on fire.
Seems like that after seeing iOS 5.0.1, iPhone 4S is also on its way to have secrets of its own, much like Clark Kent in Smallville.
Despite promises of fixing the battery related problems of iPhone 4S users, iOS 5.0.1 has failed to do the expected.
People who were unhappy to see the batteries of their iPhone 4S and iPad getting drained so quickly have a reason to smile. Apple has released iOS 5.0.1 that fixes these problems. Apple claims that this update fixes the bugs that plague the battery life and document syncing. It also re-enables the app switching gestures…
The database of Steam gets hacked while Hong Kong police deals with the chaos at the launch of iPhone 4S in Hong Kong.
On 3 November 2011, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a new patent. According to the new patent, Apple is working on a new iPhone that will operate using a virtual Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Card. Apple has said that providing improved ways to provide users, the ability to purchase and use wireless network…
Thought iPhone 4S was a rage only in North America and Europe? Of course not! The phenomenon about being a proud owner of iPhone is swaying the world like a storm and Japan is no exception. iPhone 4S has been available in Japan for about two weeks. The sales are going higher and higher.
Apple takes over the 10% of mobile market in USA while Siri becomes unresponsive to the commands being given by iPhone 4S users.