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Despite Apple releasing iOS 8.0.2 to fix issues that were caused by iOS 8.0.1, Australian iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users are still reporting that they are experiencing problems with cellular network connectivity and Touch ID.
Here's how to roll back your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to iOS 8, and get the cellular connection and Touch ID working again.
The deal would give Apple access to about 700 million subscribers on the world's largest cellular carrier, pushing the iPhone into a new market never seen on this scale before.
Though revenue is down, T-Mobile's subscriber base is up. After finally opening up its doors to the iPhone 5, the cellular firm sold half-a-million in just one month.
But is it too late for T-Mobile? Has Apple seen its iPhone peak, or will the fourth largest US cellular firm be able to claw back its falling subscriber base?
Create Ringtone allows you to load into phone memory music, ringtones, podcasts, video, MS Office documents and PDF files. Any new...
If you purchased an iPad mini with LTE you need to keep an eye on your data usage. This essential iOS app monitors the cellular data usage on your LTE iPhone or iPad so you can avoid expensive overage charges.
A big new Apple iPhone and iPad Wi-Fi/cellular data problem has appeared while other iOS 6 Wi-Fi problems continue to drag on.
Instead of joining the War of Mobile App Stores and being attached to one specific platform, Mobile-Media specialized in the worldwide...
Apple has fixed iPhone and iPod Touch bugs introduced in September's software update, which included device crashes and interruptions to cellular service
VoIP company Vonage is finally bringing its service to Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry devices.The free app for the iPhone and iPod touch has been approved for making international calls using AT&T's cellular network in addition to Wi-Fi.
Vonage on Monday launched applications for the iPhone, BlackBerry and iPod touch.Vonage Mobile, an application designed to provide low international rates over Wi-Fi and cellular networks, is focused on international calls.
In a letter to the FCC, AT&T acknowledged that Apple and AT&T have an agreement to block VoIP apps from using AT&T's cellular networks, but that VoIP apps that use Wi-Fi are OK. Here's a selection from the letter.
As the next generation of mobile devices hits the market---iPhone, Pre and Android-based devices---the next question is whether there's the infrastructure in place to support them. Are we headed into a cellular black hole?
Don't be cruel telcos. Vinnie over at Deal Architect and others are venting at the cellular telcos. The issues du jour are: high cost of international roaming, locked SIM cards, the cost to upgrade, and inability to buy unlocked phones like the iPhone.
I updated my iPhone 3G this morning as soon as the update became available. Everything seemed to go without a hitch and all of my content, apps, and settings appeared to transfer over just fine. However, when I tried to check email, surf the Internet, or perform anything require a data connection I received the following error pop-up, "Could not activate cellular data network: You are not subscribed to a cellular data service." The thing is, I do pay AT&T $30 per month for my wireless data service so I am indeed subscribed to a cellular data service.
Yes, Virginia, you can use your iPhone on the new WiFi-enabled airplane flights, without worrying about its cellular nature brining down the wrath of flight attendants and the FAA. A slick tip from bynkii.com solves the problem.
I believe fring was the first to bring Skype calling capability to the iPhone back in October 2008. Today, Truphone announced the upgraded version of Truphone that will support Skype calling and instant messaging functions. With Truphone you can also place Skype calls without a WiFi connection and be billed just for your cellular plan minutes thanks to Truphone Anywhere.
I was checking out TUAW this morning and saw that a very cool VoIP application is under development for the Apple iPhone. This is not an application for jailbroken phones, but for iPhones that have been upgraded to the latest firmware supporting 3rd party applications. What makes this VoIP application particularly powerful is the ability to transfer a cellular call to WiFi during the call as shown in the YouTube video below. iCall seems to work quite well and will definitely be one of the first applications I plan to look for when the iPhone application store is launched.
Look out, iPhone. Nokia's latest handheld Internet access device browses the Web, runs Flash and has GPS. It'll sell for $479 when it comes out in November. The downside: it has no cellular modem built in, so you have to use Wi-Fi or reach the Net via a Bluetooth link to your phone. Webware's Rafe Needleman takes a look.
Last night I took in the latest Jobstravaganza, aka the iPod refresh conference, via some deft liveblogging by Engadget. Watching the unveiling of the iPod Touch, aka the iPhone with no cellular connectivity, something occurred to me: this is an MP3 player with Wi-Fi, a browser and a virtual keyboard built-in.
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