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Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 June 2012 02:37 Written by Matthew Tuesday, 26 June 2012 02:37
Another website for MR. John Kelly. He rocks. Finished the site and really like this bunny cover for my wifes iphone.
7 day web design complaints
Last Updated on Wednesday, 2 May 2012 08:48 Written by Matthew Wednesday, 2 May 2012 08:48
Today I am complaining about the iphone 5. It is taking far too long to debut. I have been as patient as I can but not today. Today I am complaining. Why and I? Is is rumored to be amazing. Here is a post I found about the new features. Not sure if they are true or not but any ways.
From 4″ screens to dual-core A5 / A6 processor to an 8 MP camera – the iPhone 5 is surely rumored to bring you something very hot and stunning. When, is the question, for which we still do not have concrete answers.
Let’s take a look at some of the interesting things that happened and are happening as we speak – in the Apple world pertaining to iPhone 5.
In September last year, even before the release of iPhone 4S, a prototype-version of one future generation of iPhone was lost. There was an initial hype surrounding the news – especially since a similar losing of iPhone 4 Prototype resulted in the entire world knowing about Apple’s iPhone 4 plans. But the device was never recovered, it seems and we still do not know if it was a prototype of iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 that was lost.
Another interesting thing is the speculation from a wide-section of news reports – who constantly quote supply chain streams – is the design. First, they speculated a tear-shaped glass-design for the display. Then it was dropped. It resurfaced somewhere again but it looks like such designs are not yet on the charts. And that is because of an increasing speculation that iPhone 5 would be having a larger display – of about 4-inches. We heard Steve Jobs not being happy about the 4-inch displays which made iPhones a lot like Androids, but it just looks like a larger-display iPhone could be possible.
So we still wait for news on iPhone 5 release date. However, that doesn’t stop us from considering a few possible dates, events, and times.
Apple has followed the pattern of releasing its iPads in March every year. Therefore, spring time is now being considered for an iPhone 5 release date. Seeing that theiPhone 4S was released in early October, an iPhone 5 announcement in April, would give the 4S six months of uninterrupted sales.
However, the iPhone 5 release date set for Spring 2011 may not give Apple an ample sales buffer between the 4S and 5, and even spoil things for an iPad 3 release, in its usual Spring launch.
WWDC 2012 – June
It is likely that WWDC 2012 could announce the iPhone 5 release date.
Many people are of the opinion that Sprint’s announcement to roll out their 4G network – and supporting devices – by “mid 2012″ indicates that a 4G iPhone 5 could launch in June.
October 5th, 2012
Though no one would possibly want the iPhone 5 release date to be almost a year away, it could be true as Apple has typically put at least a year between its iPhone iterations.
It could also be considered that Apple has not yet set a hard-line release date for the iPhone 5. The sales may dictate the schedule, and affect their decision from launching in June, or else waiting for October again.
Judging from some of the failed iPhone 5 release date prognosticators of 2011, it can be said that there won’t be an iPhone 5 release – or any iPhone release for that matter – in August or the first week of September as August is a terrible sales month for most industry segments including Apple’s. Here are 4 Important Updates on Apple iPhone 5 Features.
Last Updated on Monday, 9 June 2008 03:01 Written by Matthew Monday, 9 June 2008 03:00
An 8GB iPhone 3G will sell for $199 — one-third of what the 8GB iPhone sold for at launch. A 16GB model will sell for $299, and will come in white and black versions. Sales of the new handsets will begin on July 11.
Jobs made the announcements in his keynote speech kicking off this year’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Conspicuously missing from today’s announcement was any mention of how much the corresponding 3G wireless services will cost. AT&T Wireless currently is the iPhone’s exclusive provider in the United States, but 3G services are not part of the existing iPhone plan since the original phone doesn’t support that. The iPhone 3G will be introduced in 22 countries at launch.
The iPhone 3G, as its name implies, will feature support for 3G cellular networks. The original iPhone’s lack of 3G support was widely criticized when that model launched last summer.
In his announcement of the new device, Jobs provided precious few details about the phone. And much of what he did announce was already expected. The biggest revelation about the new phone is its inclusion of GPS location tracking, a feature that many iPhone users insisted on for the next-gen device.
Jobs was relatively quiet on the phone’s physical dimensions. He made a point of calling out the iPhone 3G’s thinner edges and plastic back, but he did not mention anything about its thickness (rumors pin the 3G model as being thicker than its predecessor, in order to accommodate the 3G radio and other components).
The headphone jack is now flush with the upper edge of the phone — a huge improvement over the design of the previous version, which required a kludgy plug to connect a headphone.
Another enhancement over the first-generation iPhone is a boost to the device’s battery life. In spite of its faster broadband data speeds, the device will offer up to 300 hours of standby time, up to 10 hours of 2G talk time (compared with eight hours on the previous model), and up to five hours of 3G talk time.
“That’s actually a very large amount of 3G talk time. We’re very proud of this,” said Jobs. The phone will run for five to six hours of high-speed Web browsing and seven hours of video viewing. Music playback is good for up to 24 hours of battery life (which puts the new iPhone right alongside stand-alone iPod audio players).
Many of the iPhone 3G’s improvements will be found in its software tweaks, dubbed iPhone 2.0. For example, the phone will now support a slew of core features for enterprise security (including VPN and WPA wireless encryption). In addition, you can search through contacts, display iWork documents and Microsoft Office files, and save images received in e-mail to your photo library. It also offers batch delete and move support while in the e-mail app, and multilingual support.