The latest update to Apple's mobile software comes with performance improvements to its older devices, notably the iPhone 4s and the iPad 2.
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Apple may soon be able to target iPhone updates that adjust the performance of circuitry to better suit the age of the device, and also in what conditions it's used in.
My Verizon LTE iPhone 5 arrived yesterday and the design and performance impressed me beyond what I saw after reading reviews -- and the $820 I spent was well worth it.
The fifth release of OpenStack, code named "Essex," debuted today, with enhanced quality, usability and extensibility across enterprise, service provider and high performance computing (HPC) deployments, the project announced. Essex is integrated in Canonical's Ubuntu 12.04.
After a ringing iPhone interrupted a performance of Mahler's Ninth Symphony by the New York Philharmonic, the Mac punditocracy has worked overtime dissecting the user interface of the Mute button and alarm clock rings that can override hardware. It's time to take sides.
Facebook for iOS version 4.1 is now available. The new version adds Mobile Timeline for the iPhone (but not the iPad), access to friend lists/subscribers/subscriptions, and improves performance.
It's now hard to imagine a world without the iPhone. Love it or hate it, this one handset has changed the face of mobile technology forever. But when the iPhone was still nothing more than a rumor, many found it hard to believe that Apple would release a product that relied so heavily on third-parties for a crucial service. Was there a danger that shoddy carrier performance reflect badly on Apple?
The Finnish Consumer Agency has told iPhone owners in the country that they may be entitled to a refund if they were not warned that cold temperatures could cause problems for the Apple phone.The watchdog has been fielding questions from Finns who have noticed problems with the iPhone's performance in freezing conditions, a spokeswoman from the Finnish Consumer Agency confirmed to ZDNet UK on Friday.
Amid all of the hoopla around the Apple's iPhone, iPad and the once a year debut of new iPods, it's easy to forget that the Mac is a key cog in the company's performance.
For the first time in a long time Apple yesterday streamed live video from its iPod announcement in San Francisco. Mac performance was good, iPhone? Not so much.
O2 launches the UK's first sustainability consumer eco index for mobile phones. However, Apple has refused to disclose performance information for the iPhone and RIM will only be ready to have Blackberry join the initiative sometime next year.
An iPhone 3G user suffering from poor iOS 4 performance on his device decided to take his question directly to the top of the mountain -- and got a reply.
PA Consulting Group conducted tests that indicate that Apple’s iPhone 4 suffers from more connectivity problems compared to other smartphones.In the majority of its tests the iPhone 4’s performance was in the same range as the other smartphones tested (Blackberry 9700, HTC HD2), but it was consistently at the lower end of that range.
Will the Apple chief's smooth performance polish off the iPhone 4 reception issue?
As if the iPhone 4's antenna flaw and proximity sensors bug weren't enough. Now there's a third item to add to its growing list of problems: Bluetooth performance.
When considering the performance of a battery in a mobile device, the talk is usually all about the hours and minutes available when the battery is new. However, a recent test shows that the older iPhone 3GS battery ages gracefully.
Apple's iOS 4 is out and while it will work on devices as far back as the iPhone 3G, some users are reporting sub-par performance on older devices.
If World of Warcraft wasn't addictive enough on your PC or Mac, now you can carry a piece of it around with you on your iPhone. Beautiful graphics and rock solid performance make this one a winner for checking stats, planning raids, and more. An active WoW account is required.
A new post at OS X reality demonstrates that the "S" in iPhone 3GS truly does stand for speed.Although Apple touts the iPhone 3GS as "up to 2x faster" than the previous model, OS X reality notes that in gaming performance -- specifically launch times -- the 3GS is up to 3x faster than the iPhone 3G.
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