This isn’t the first time for iOS devices facing the Wi-Fi issues. Looks like the recent update of iOS 4.3.3 causes the same issues again. Media and lots of users found that their iPad or iPhone can’t connect to the Wi-Fi correctly. The connections cannot be made. They have posted the issues on the Apple […] . . . → Read More: Having Wi-Fi issues on iOS 4.3.3? You may not be alone
iOS 5 could be the next major update we have been waiting for. Sources said it could be running the cloud services. It may be containing the new “music locker” service. Running cloud services is essential so that iOS can keep up with the Android world. iOS 5.0 won’t be release until the fall, but […] . . . → Read More: iOS 5 during the Fall and iPhone 5 could be running iOS 4.X?
Currently, the Facebook smartphone app allows to check-in to different places. In the future, users will be able to check in to events in the iPhone app. Currently, events only allow people to RSVP. To show you were there at that event, you need to create separate entry in the Places. If you want to […] . . . → Read More: Facebook iPhone app will allow users to check in to events
You probably own different kinds of Apple devices. And each Apple devices have their own stand. Is there any stand for everything? Design student Andrew Kim has made one for iPad, iPhone, iPod Classic and a pen all at the same time. It’s a custom-made product. Manufacturers should start to think to use this idea for […] . . . → Read More: A stand for everything Apple
A big TV needs a nice remote. For those who own a Google TV, they can easily control using their Android phones with the Google TV remote app. Today, iOS users finally have the same thing. (See, Google always makes iOS users to wait for a long time for the app support) Users can change […] . . . → Read More: iPhone can be used to control the Google TV now
Blaze.io has released a report today saying Android browser is way faster than the iPhone’s browser. They have used their own special tool and Fortune 100 websites to test. Both test devices have used the latest version of the operating system. According the the report “On average, Android 2.3 was a 52% faster than iPhone […] . . . → Read More: Android browser is faster than the iOS browser? Probably not