I installed iOS 7 for my iPad and for my iPhone. My first thought was, 'OMG, it's Windows 8.' No 'live' tiles but still the look and feel of Windows 8. Looks like Apple is a fan of Metro, even if Windows users aren't.
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I am a huge fan of Windows Phone and have most all the apps I need on this platform, but there are still some key apps missing and frustrating experiences that keep an iPhone 5 and Galaxy Note II in my mobile collection.
Apple launch events have turned into a honeypot for companies looking to get some free publicity, and the Australian launch of the iPhone 5 is no exception.
I struggled for months before purchasing my iPhone and iPad--even turned down a chance at the iPad soon after launch but now am an avid Apple fan.
If you're a fan of the NFL, your decision about what carrier to choose for your new iPhone 4S just got a lot easier. Go with Verizon Wireless if you want to watch NFL games on your device.
Apple has released the update to the latest version of its mobile operating system for iPhones and iPads, but many users are reporting problems with 'bricked' handsets and lost data while performing the upgrade
I'm both an Apple fan and a Google fan. I have some experience with iPhone, and a bit more with Android -- however, I'm not married to one or the other, so I don't mind giving credit where it's due, and criticism where it's needed. As a designer, and someone who actually cares about how stuff looks, I am naturally attracted to iPhone -- both from an end user, and developer experience. As a developer, and Google blogger, I also appreciate everything Android has to offer.
If you were disappointed by this weekend's alleged leak of an iPhone 4 prototype, take solace in this fan video for the upcoming iPhone HD by oliverferriss. Now that's more like it!
I posted a quick first impressions of the HTC HD2 yesterday, but as I was commuting home on the train I had a chance to spend more time with the media capabilities of the device and wanted to share a few thoughts and a video with you. As you can see the weather animations alone will turn you into a fan of tracking the weather, the photo viewer rivals the iPhone, and the HTC media player blows away the lame Windows Media Player Mobile application.
I'm a fan of Apple's MobileMe service because of its OTA contact and calendar syncing and cool features like Find my iPhone and Remote wipe -- although, thankfully I haven't had to use the latter two.The problem with MobileMe is that many users bristle at the thought of paying $99 per year for anything, especially when they can be done for free.
I've been a fan of the social-location app Loopt since it was announced for the iPhone about a year ago. It provided a fun way to keep friends in the loop during my travels.
Clearly, I ain't no boy. And unlike the millions of people worldwide who proudly carry an iPhone in their pocket, I'm also no fan of Apple.
The new iPhone 3G S debuts today, with a number of brand new digital camera features, including an 3 megapixel auto-focus camera, compared with 2 megapixels on the 3G model. Even though there still isn't flash (but I'm not a big fan of flash photography anyway), users can adjust white balance and tap an object in the frame to focus on that subject.
Palm is where I started with mobile devices back in 1997 and they have had their ups and downs over the years with me serving as a fan and as a hater during different phases of the company. I read Jonathan Feldman's article on being an ex-Palm user and have to also wonder how much of the excitement around the Palm Pre is due to our desire to see a company like Palm succeed and stay competitive in today's mobile space. As I wrote up earlier, the Palm Pre is a good start with many great aspects, but it is a year or so behind the Apple iPhone and several months behind the Android platform. We all seem to remember the good things in our past and try to put the bad things behind us, but we shouldn't be too quick to forget all those rocky times we had with our old Palm devices either.
I was reading through Jason Hiner's take on the Palm Pre and I do hope that Palm can compete with the device and new OS since I am a Palm fan from the good old days dating back to 1997. Jason posted five reasons to expect a homerun, but I have to take issue with a couple of them and say that the G1 already does these so they are not unique to the Palm Pre. Reason number 4, carriers want an iPhone competitor, is debatable because I think we are going to see many more Android devices that do just that. Since there is nothing solid as far as announcements go I will leave that one alone. However, I disagree with his reasons number 1 and 2.
A thread was posted on a Chinese Apple fan site from a member purporting to have used the upcoming third-generation iPhone hardware that's due to be announced next month at WWDC.In the posting "patapon200" claims that the next-gen iPhone will be almost physically identical to the current iPhone 3G, down to the familiar 3.
I finally had the chance to see and touch the Palm Pre at CTIA and think it is an exciting device that may keep Palm going for a bit longer. I am not the biggest fan of the keyboard and think that the rumored "Mini Pre" mentioned by Michael Arrington last night may even be a more compelling product. The iPhone is extremely popular and it does not have a physical QWERTY keyboard so there is no reason a more compact Palm Pre without a keyboard cannot do just as well.
I subscribe to a couple of actual magazines and was just reading through Laptop this past weekend and found a very helpful article that I though readers here may enjoy. I am a major 3rd party application fan on my mobile devices and enjoyed reading the Best Free Smartphone Apps article in the magazine. You can view an online version of the article that also includes some recommend priced applications for the iPhone, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry platforms. I posted my own S60 best apps on Nokia Experts to complete the mobile platform roundup.
I am a big fan of the Evernote clients and service and cast my vote for them in the recent Crunchie contest they won so I was particularly pleased to see that they keep improving the Windows Mobile client right along with the iPhone client. The latest release for Windows Mobile brings a host of new features that I can't wait to try out on my Palm Treo Pro and HTC Fuze.
I'm a big fan of the iPhone nano rumor because it comes down to common sense and deduction.Apple's m.
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