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In iOS news this week, China is getting the iPhone 6, there's a possible launch date for Apple Pay, a bug in iOS 8 deletes iCloud documents, and some users are reporting Bluetooth issues with iOS 8.
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.
Months after iOS 6's release, some users, especially iPhone 4s owners, are still reporting Wi-Fi problems. Will iOS 6.1 finally solve their connectivity woes?
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Verizon will hold a special event in NYC on January 11, 2010 -- next Tuesday -- to announce a CDMA iPhone running on its network.
I just downloaded a free new iPhone application, called CreekWatch, that will let me take a more active role in reporting on the health of watersheds and reservoirs that I see both near my home and when I'm on the road.The application, which was developed by IBM and is running on an IBM research lab server, is an example of Citizen Science and using crowdsourcing technology for green purposes.
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Leostream has launched an upgraded version of its VDI connection broker that offers support for VMware View as well as Apple's iPad, iPhone and iTouch devices.Connection Broker 7, which was officially announced at the beginning of VMWare's VMWorld, also offers new policy-based provisioning, refined cluster services, enhanced OpenLDAP support (eliminates requirement for Active Directory deployment), local user access management, enhanced reporting capabilities and better failover.
A few weeks ago, many AT&T customers using HSUPA-capable wireless devices (like the iPhone 4) started reporting extremely slow upload speeds on the 3G network. They were promised a software fix, and it looks like the release might be imminent.
Some early adopters of the Apple iPhone 4 are reporting proximity sensor issues that have led to unintended button presses as the screen switches on-and-off mid-call.The glitch, according to a post on Apple's own support forum, revolves around an overly sensitive (or miscalibrated) proximity sensor that incorrectly identifies when the handset is being held to a users' face.
iPhone 4 owners have been reporting poor reception and even dropped calls when holding the device by its metal frame. Apple has responded that the problem happens when holding the phone incorrectly. It's a feature not a bug.
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.
AppleInsider is reporting that AT&T and Apple are discussing new features that could arrive exclusively on the iPhone "before year's end."According to AI sources a new setting could be added to the iPhone's Phone preference that will notify a user if they exceed their monthly Anytime minutes.
There has been a lot of talk today on the Internet about the possibility that Windows Mobile 6.5 and Windows Mobile 7 will co-exist in 2010. I have to say I really don't understand why people seem to think this is a big deal. We currently have different flavors of Windows Mobile available right now (5, 6.0, 6.1, Professional, Standard) so it seems to me that nothing is changing in 2010. Windows Mobile 7 has not been officially announced by Microsoft, but there is a ton of information out there in the public that shows it is coming in the future. Mary-Jo seems to have the inside scoop on Windows Mobile releases and even talks about some kind of chassis lineup. There are different version of mobile operating systems running Symbian, BlackBerry, and even iPhone co-existing today so this seems to me like a way to try to slam Microsoft and Windows Mobile rather than reporting on anything that is unusual.
iPhone 3GS owners have been reporting problems with some units overheating and becoming too hot to touch. The handsets are getting so warm that the white plastic cases are discoloring to a brownish/pink as seen in the picture above from Ben on the French site Le Journal du Geek.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Dell is working on a mobile Internet device that would run on Google's Android operating system and compete with Apple's iPod Touch, which is basically an iPhone without the phone service.It's tough to say whether this device will ever see the light of day.
Researchers from Malware-database.net are reporting on a newly discovered malware posing as a bogus iPhone unlocker, promising a working Firmware 2.
Om Malik is reporting that Skype for iPhone could get announced as soon as next week. When he asked Skype CEO Josh Silverman when was he going to launch the iPhone version of the service a few months ago he smiled and said, “Stay tuned.
Reuters is reporting that Apple will take delivery of newly developed 10-inch touchscreens from Taiwan in the third-quarter of 2009 according to a source.Taiwanese firm Wintek already has the contract to produce the touchscreen panels found in the iPhone and has received orders for larger 10-inch panels reports a source close to the Taiwanese firm.
MacBlogs is reporting that according to a source AT&T will charge US$30 per month for iPhone tethering and cap downloads at 5GB per month like they do for Blackberry users. AT&T will reportedly disable tethering if the 5GB bandwidth cap is exceeded.
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple won't face a lawsuit claiming that the company didn't immediately tell customers about the limited life of batteries for its iPhone or their $86 replacement cost (including delivery). A U.
There are lots of people reporting on the spotty iPhone 3G reception issues and according to Barron's it looks like the BlackBerry Bold may be experiencing those same 3G reception issues. The Bold is available only in a couple countries at the moment and isn't yet available here in the U.S. so there is the possibility that the Bold's software will be updated prior to the release.
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