After recent announcements Apple has finally released a 128-GB edition of it’s iPad 4. The 128 GB iPad 4 variant packs the same specifications as 16, 32, 64 GB models, namely an A6X Processor, 9.7 inch Retina display, 264 ppi screen and much more!
The WiFi model is priced at $799 whereas the mobile data-enabled model is priced at a hefty $929. I personally agree with a number of analyst who say that 128GB edition is a bit too far-fetched in terms of pricing. According to reports, consumers are paying an extra Read the rest of this entry
After loads of rumors and leaks, the much awaited iPhone 5 has finally been released. At Apple’s San Francisco Event yesterday, the tech-firm unveiled it’s new iPhone 5 which promises 2x Graphics and CPU power of an iPhone 4S, yet consuming very little power. This new device is powered by an Apple A6 chip and is said to be” the thinnest and lightest iPhone ever” weighting only 112 grams. This new iPhone 5 has a Aluminium and Glass finish which not only adds elegance but a touch of beauty to this powerful piece of creativity.
Although, the screen of an iPhone 5 has been up-sized to 4 inches, one will still feel extremely comfortable using iPhone 5 as it still retains it’s previous iPhone 4 width. This means, that you can now view more emails and see more of every webpage. This larger screen will now allow for an extra set of apps to be displayed. iMovie, Garage Band and The iWork suite have all been updated to take advantage of this elongated screen. However, one weird fact still remains unanswered, Steve Jobs once said that “no one” would want a big phone, but this new Apple device dosent seem to obey want the former mastermind of Apple said. Anyways, the 326 ppi screen of iPhone 5 sitting at a resolution of 1,136 x 640 climbs one step closer to 1080p but still falling short, however ensuring crispier graphics.
The iPhone 5 is powered by a 8 Megapixel iSight Camera, backside-illuminated sensor and f/2.4 aperture size. The camera of an iPhone 5 is similar to the iPhone 4S’ camera and offers 1080p video recording at a whopping 30 FPS. The secondary, front-facing camera is a 1.2 MP camera which supports 720p reocording along with online video calls via LTE and WiFi. Lastly, a new mode called Panorama has been introduced which allows a number of photos to be combined into one photo of a shocking 28 Mega Pixel.
Lighting Connector and Apple EarPods:
In this latest smartphone from Apple, a new dock connector has been introduced called the “Lighting Connector”. It is fairly smaller than the existing 30 pin connector. Dont worry, you can still use your existing accessories using the “Lightning to 30-pin Adapter”. Another new addition to the iPhone 5 are the new earphones called EarPods whoch promise much more comfort, fitting and better quality sound.
A6 CPU AND LTE
The new iPhone 5 is powered by Apple’s A6 Chip, although Apple has decided to stay mum on the exact tech specs, a noticeable change has been seen by the guys at EnGadget. As they say, “use it for half an hour and you’ll have a hard time going back to a slower chip. The transitions are smoother, switching between apps is a bit quicker and everything just generally feels incrementally faster.” Another great thing the iPhone 5 carries is Read the rest of this entry
Apple recently held it’s conference last week to tell the world about the so-called “New iPad” Birth. All though the name is literally lame the new Apple tablet packs in a tremendous amount of features. It features the extremely Fast state-of-art 4G LTE internet browsing speeds and Retina Display.
Weight: 652 g (Wifi), 662g (Wifi+4G)
Display: 9.7in RETINA Display, LED Backlit with IPS Technology, 2048-by-1536-pixel resolution at 264 pixels per inch, Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating.
Chip: A5X Dual Core Chip with Power-saving technology.
Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, 4G LTE
Camera: 5.0 MP iSight Camera, HD 1080p Video recording at 30fps, Face detection, Auto Focus, Tap to focus, Video stabilizer.
Battery Life: 10Hrs Battery life using Wifi, 9hrs on Cellular Network.
Sensors: Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Gyroscope.
We’ve got great news for those who would like to jailbreak their updated Apple Devices rnning iOS 5.0.1. Sn0wbreeze 2.8 Beta 10 will allow users to
create custom iOS 5.0.1 firmware file that is pre-jailbroken, which can be used to upgrade their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to iOS 5.0.1 beta. In case of iPhone, it also preserves the baseband from getting upgraded so that it can be unlocked using Ultrasn0w.
Sn0wbreeze 2.8 Beta 10 supports the following devices:
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After Apple anounced to update their current firmware version due to some bugs in the previos i0S 4.3.1! People had gone directly to work on the Jailbreak for the latest iOS 4.3.2! Redsn0w 0.9.6 RC13 download is now available to jailbreak iOS 4.3.2 untethered.
The new Rednsn0w 0.9.6 rc13 allows you to Jailbreak the following Apple devices: Read the rest of this entry
If you’ve been waiting for a nice, easy jailbreak solution for iOS 4.3.1, then today’s your lucky day: Dev-Team’s just released redsn0w 0.9.6rc9 for both Windows and OS X, allowing us mere mortals to free our supported devices — iPhone 3GS, 4 (GSM); iPod touch 3G, 4G; iPad 1; and Apple TV 2G — with a few simple clicks. Alas, there are a couple of caveats: the iPad 2 isn’t supported here Read the rest of this entry
Sir Howard Stringer, CEO of Sony, accidentally told everyone in the world that his company will be supplying image sensors for Apple‘s iPhone 5.
Sony chief was talking about earthquake damage to 15 of the Sony’s factories in Japan, And mentioned that a camera sensor made in one of those plants Read the rest of this entry
Hanwha’s latest dongle might do the job. As you can see above, in place of the original adapter’s dock connector port is a USB 2.0 socket — compatible with cameras supporting mass storage connection — alongside the 720p-friendly HDMI port, but you’ll have to use the switch to toggle between the two modes. And that little mini-USB port on the far right? Well, it’s there to provide some juice to “reduce battery drain,” but probably not enough to charge up your iDevice. If you’re still interested and have a friend in Japan, Hanwha’s charging ¥5,980 (around $73), which is almost double that of Apple’s $39 connector. Read the rest of this entry