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  • Apple iPhone

    by Published on September 17th, 2014 23:33
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    Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus went up for pre-order just three days ago, and as expected, they've helped set a new sales record. The company announced today that combined sales of the new 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones topped 4 million in the first 24 hours. While the company hasn't broken down sales by individual models, giving us an early insight into which form factor consumers prefer, it says that initial supply of both units are scarce, which shows people want what the bigger iPhones are capable of offering. To put that into context, Apple saw more than 2 million orders for the iPhone 5 over the same period, but the company didn't share first-day for the combined launch of the iPhone 5s and 5c, which went on to sell more than 9 million units in three days. Given that Apple is pretty much the only phone maker that indulges in obligatory back-patting during every launch window, we're unable to draw much of a comparison against its rivals. However, if you were waiting to grab a new iPhone when they go on general sale this Friday, expect to get in line super early.

    https://www.apple.com/pr/library/201...-24-Hours.html
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    by Published on September 9th, 2014 22:15
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    Well folks, the time for wild-eyed rumors and clandestine reports is finally over -- Apple CEO Tim Cook just officially revealed the hefty new iPhone 6 Plus and its 5.5-inch screen in Cupertino alongside a long-rumored (and handier) 4.7-inch model. This thing won't seem all that foreign if you frequent the geekier corners of the web, but it's a sure sign that Apple wants to give all those other pocket-stretching phablets out there a run for their metaphorical money. The company's live press event is still chugging along (with a sketchy stream, no less), but here's what we know so far.

    http://www.engadget.com/2014/09/09/m...iphone-6-plus/
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    by Published on September 9th, 2014 22:14
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    You were expecting it, and here it is: Apple has unveiled the smaller of its two new super-sized smartphones, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. As the leaks suggested, it centers around a larger (by 0.7 inch) 1,334 x 750 Retina HD display in a body that is decidedly slimmer and curvier than its already svelte 5s predecessor, at 6.9mm thick. It's not all about looks, though. The new handset is also running a beefier A8 chip that's claimed to be about 25 percent faster than the A7 you saw the last time around, even as it's up to 50 percent more efficient -- Apple estimates up to 14 hours of talk time, 11 hours of video and 10 days of standby.

    http://www.engadget.com/2014/09/09/a...inch-iphone-6/
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    by Published on April 5th, 2014 19:52
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    XCM Joystick for Android iPhone iPad iPod Tablet Smart Phone
    Manufacturer: XCM
    Site: Buy from GoldenShop
    Price: $5.40


    Overview : Choose the right stick of your choice for your favorite mobile game from a 3-piece mini stick:

    Xbox 360 analog stick shape concave design, PS3 analog stick shape convex design and D-pad shape.

    To use the mini sticks, a player simply sticks it in place and starts.

    Features:

    • High quality 3rd party product.
    • Works on Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod, most of the smart phones and tablets.
    • Comes with 3 buttons -
      1. XB360 concave analog stick design
      2. PSX3 convex analog stick design
      3. D-pad design

    • Add a real physical mini joystick to your smart phone or tablet.
    • Works with most of the games.
    • Won't damage the screen.
    • Comes with suction cup - easy to attach or remove.


    Quality/Usability : Trying to play games using the on-screen joysticks is not the same. It doesn't feel comfortable after awhile. So XCM has released a joystick that attaches to your devices screen via suction. This offers a real physical mini joystick while you pay your games and it won't damage your screen as well.

    There are three different buttons. Concave which is similar to Xbox 360 controllers, convex which is similar to PS3 controllers and a D-pad for games that has directional movement. You're most likely going to be using the d-pad and the other button is your preference on whether or not you want to use concave or convex button. You might even want to use both and not the d-pad.

    The design is sturdy. Once the joysticks are attached to the screen, it won't move or fall off. As mentioned before, it won't damage your screen either because there is not sticky residue or anything permanent. To apply, simply pause the game, place the joystick over the on-screen controls and push down so that the joystick suctions to the screen. Want to remove it? Just peel up the suction cup and lift the joystick up. That's it.

    Here is a video of it in action:


    Conclusion : Overall, the joystick is a must have if you play games a lot on your smartphone or tablet devices. Its easy to install and easy to remove. The price is also very affordable at under $6. Just to remember to remove the buttons when you're done playing or it will be in your way.




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    by Published on April 5th, 2014 19:27
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    XCM Tattoo Unisex Touch Winter Warm Gloves for Smart Phone Devices
    Manufacturer: XCM
    Site: Buy from GoldenShop
    Price: $8.99


    Overview : You might have come across the problem to use the touch screen mobile in winter? XCM tattoo phone glove made just for iPhone, iPad and similar touch enabled device, it made of high quality material and built in the conductive contact place on the fingertip of the gloves (capacitive tips for thumb, index finger and middle finger), guaranteed to keep your finger snug and warm on that cold windy day, the XCM tattoo phone glove has a cool tribal tattoo design and almost always eye-catching.

    Features:

    • High quality 3rd party product.
    • Made of high quality material and built in the conductive contact place on the fingertip of the gloves (capacitive tips for thumb, index finger and middle finger).
    • Works on smart phones, tablets or other touch screen devices.


    Quality/Usability : Ever tried to use your smartphone or tablet in the blistering cold where your fingers freezes? What about trying to use your phone with your gloves on but nothing registers or your gloves are just too bulky?

    XCM has a glove that allows you to use your smartphone, tablet and other touch screen devices without freezing your fingers.

    The glove is made of soft cotton/polyester material. From what I can see, it comes in one size and one color only. It does have 2 different tribal designs to choose from. In regards to size, I'm 5' 9" and I think I have average size hands and it was a bit snug but did stretch enough that my fingers were at the tip of the glove.

    On the thumb, index and middle finger, there are three conductive contact place on the fingertip of each glove. This allows you to swipe, select and even zoom in or out.

    Does it protect your hand from the cold and blistering wind? Yes. But don't expect it to be winter gloves where you can use it to throw snowballs. One thing I did notice was that if your hands get sweaty, the moisture will come through the glove and leave wet marks on your device.

    Conclusion : Overall, the gloves work fine. I didn't have any problems with it not swiping or pinch zooming. It would be nice if the gloves ran a little bigger or at least offered 2 sizes (S/M and M/L).




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    by Published on March 19th, 2014 00:32
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    An 8GB version of the supposedly ‘budget’ iPhone 5C is now available.
    The SKU this morning appeared on Apple and mobile operator websites and is priced at £429 standalone. The existing 16GB (£469) and 32GB (£549) models are still available.
    Apple has never published official sales date for the 5C but the belief is that it has fallen short of expectations and consistently lagged behind the numbers enjoyed by the ‘full-fat’ iPhone 5S.
    The most common criticism is that the 5C, which from the beginning has been pitched as the budget iPhone option, remains too expensive, particularly as it is technically almost identical to the aging iPhone 5.

    https://www.apple.com/iphone-5c/
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    by Published on March 17th, 2014 21:12
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    Apple doesn't talk about how many iPhone 5c devices it sells, but the rumors are that it's not doing as well as its two siblings. According to leaked documents from O2 Germany, Cupertino is looking to boost its middle child by launching an 8GB version that'll retail for 60 euros less than the current 16GB model. What does this spell for the "bottom tier" iPhone 4S, which is currently offered to customers for free on two-year deals? We couldn't possibly speculate, but if this trimmed-down hardware is appearing in Germany, it's probably going to launch everywhere else in the world, too.

    https://www.apple.com/iphone-5c/
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    by Published on March 12th, 2014 22:49
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    At some point several years ago Apple decided to offer a much more generous return policy for the iPhone than it did for other products, bumping it from 14 days to 30 days. Over the last couple of years, however, the carriers have begun shifting to a 14 day return period. Obviously this caused some confusion among consumers who faced different terms depending on where they purchased their handset. Now Apple is (re)joining them by returning to the more restrictive two week policy. The move brings all parties in line with each other, which should reduce confusion and avoid surprise charges -- it was possible before to be hit with an early cancellation fee from your carrier if you returned your iPhone to an Apple store. Though, clearly we wish everyone had settled on 30 days.
    http://www.apple.com/legal/sales-sup...retail_us.html

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    by Published on February 12th, 2014 22:28
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    Listings for phones and tablets carrying the now-deleted Flappy Bird have been pulled from auction site eBay.
    The Guardian reports that users who had listed such items are being told that they violated the site’s T&C’s.
    “Smartphones and tablets must be restored to factory settings before they are allowed to be sold on eBay,” an email to sellers reads. “Please remove all content from your device, including the game Flappy Bird, before you attempt to list your item again.
    “Please be sure your current and future listings follow these guidelines, keeping in mind that additional listing violations could result in the suspension of your account.
    “We have credited all associated fees except for the final value fee for your listing(s).”

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_tr...at=0&_from=R40
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    by Published on November 30th, 2013 02:31
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    If you've been mulling the latest Apple gizmo but wince at the prices, today could be the day to act. That's because Cupertino's offering UK discounts of up to £81 on the latest and greatest iMac or MacBook models and £31 off of the iPad Air. Other iPad models are discounted too, and you can score a deal on the iPod Touch or accessories like the Parrot AR drone. As for the US and Canada, gift cards are being handed out in lieu of cash off, including $75 offerings on the iPad Air, $150 for iMacs and MacBooks and $50 for an iPod Touch. As for the rest of the EU, other countries like France and Germany are seeing similar cash discounts to their UK counterparts on the same products. Not everything is on sale, though. For instance, the iPad Mini with Retina display is still full price. Still, if your iProduct trigger finger's been feeling itchy lately, hit the source.

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