iPhones can do a lot more than most people realize. There are a lot of tricks that make the phone more fun and exciting. Most are easy, you just have to learn the shortcuts. Get the most out of your phone without spending a lot of time and money.
There are four things that most people do not know their iPhones can do that everyone should know. Get the most out of what you pay for. Afterall, iPhones are not cheap. They tend to have a lot of hidden features that most people do even realize that they offer. Do not keep these tricks to yourself, though. Your friends and family need to be taught these tricks so they can have fun with you.
#1: The first thing is taking screen shots. These are fun because you can actually take a picture of anything that is on your screen, like a text message conversation, for instance. This is easy and just takes a few minutes. Simply push the top power button at the same time and you push the home key. There will be a click sound and the picture will show up in your picture album file.
#2: Adding emoticons is also a fun feature. In order to add this to your keyboard you need to follow a few simple steps. The first is to go into settings, then touch the general icon and then touch keyboard icon. Add the emoji language to your setup. It is that easy. Next time you text, click on the world symbol at the bottom of the keyboard and you can choose any emoticon that you want. Read More
Samsung Electronics, the Korea based electronics and telecommunications giant have now come up with a mini version of the Samsung Galaxy S III the flagship phone of the company. The phone is to be launched on 11th October in Germany. Sources have reported that this phone has been specifically targeted for the European market segments. Samsung has been continually adapting to the changing trends in different markets of the world. With the already successful range of S series comprising of S, S II and S III, Samsung is taking a leap ahead from another android competitor with a middle segment phone in the form of Galaxy S III Mini. Read More
The two tech giants, Samsung and Apple suing each other for patent infringement is included in most discussions among techies. Even those who don’t bother to watch what’s happening, have to watch Samsung’s ads trying to show iPhone 5 as inferior compared to its Galaxy Note. When a verdict is passed and things seemingly cool down, there starts another war in a few days. Both, Samsung and Apple have grown into enormous giants that they now want to slay the rival and rule the future. The verdict that ordered Samsung to pay almost $1.05 billion to Apple has served a strong blow to Samsung. There have been hilarious rumors spreading about Samsung that it sent 30 trucks filled with 5 cent coins to pay the $1.05 billion to Apple. Though it was soon announced that it was just a troll against Samsung, it became so very popular that many media firms reported it as the latest news. Read More
Apple has really tried to renovate the previous model of iPhone 4S with some excellent features and adjustments in both the hardware and software departments. The new iPhone 5 seems to be the best and most elegant phone till date ever produced by humans as far as the design, features and inherent specs are concerned. You will get larger display, 4G LTE, easy navigation and much faster A6 processor. Apart from getting lighter, it has been completely redesigned to suit your interests and needs. Read More
Windows Phone maybe the underdog in the mobile operating system industry. Although it doesn’t have as much hype surrounding as it’s rivals, the iOS and Android, it does have a following that as been growing quickly, especially recently. With the Windows Phone 8 update, we’re seeing plenty of improvements, some that may surprise users and critics alike. While the Windows Phone OS will not be strong competition for it’s rivals any time soon, it is quickly growing towards becoming a solid contender. With their highly anticipated flagship phones, the HTC Windows Phone 8X and the Nokia Lumia 920, hype is building for the latest update. Here are some of the things we can expect from Windows Phone 8. Read More
Apple’s recently released iOS6 update includes several significant changes to its mobile operating system. One of the more notable changes is the inclusion of the new Apple Maps app, which replaces Google Maps as the standard mapping program.
It’s unclear why Apple decided to drop a proven solution in favor of their own variant, but many suspect Apple wanted to replace a key component of their iOS software; a component that was supplied by a major competitor. Another theory is that Google changed their licensing terms which made including Google Maps as part of the new iOS cost prohibitive. Read More
The 21st of September 2012 saw the worldwide release of the latest instalment in Apple’s market leading iPhone series. The iPhone 5 was as eagerly anticipated as every previous version has been, perhaps even more so due to the iPhone 4S’ status amongst fans as a stop-gap rather than a full upgrade. As with previous releases, the launch of the iPhone 5 saw long queues outside Apple stores of people desperate to get their hands on the new technology. Read More
Following a thoroughly well received showing at E3, the upcoming Assassin’s Creed 3 is already shaping up to be one of the biggest titles this Christmas – no mean achievement when it’s up against Halo 4, Resident Evil 6, Dishonored and the launch of WiiU. But then it is the biggest Assassin’s Creed so far and a leap from old Europe to the New World. In this preview we’ll explore an appetite-whetting new range of features.
Perhaps the most central change in Assassin’s Creed 3 is the move away from Ezio Auditore da Firenze, the familiar Renaissance Italian assassin and ladies man. Connor Kenway is half Native American, half English and a very different sort of chap, most importantly because one of his priorities is defending his people. While he still has to fight age-old enemy the Templars, he’s also motivated to prevent Native American land being carved up and sold to the highest bidder. It’s a somewhat more noble set of ambitions than his forebears, allowing for greater depth to his character. Read More
The Apple may be a king in the market of 10-inch tablet PCs, but can they succeed in the 7-inch tablet market? Now that the wait for the iPad Mini, which is rumored to be released next month, is getting hotter, can Apple really expect it to topple Amazon’s Kindle Fire? With Amazon’s tablet line up ranging from the $159 Kindle Fire to the latest $499 Kindle Fire 8.9-in. HD 4G, Amazon is a threat against Apple’s throne. With its latest Kindle, many Apple users have decided to sell their old iPads for the Amazon’s latest product. Can the iPad Mini be Apple’s winning gun here?
According to Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, the $499 tablet PC they released is a rival against Apple’s iPad. He claims that with the Kindle Fire’s annual data package ($49.99), consumers will see “more than $400 in year-one savings” compared to the iPad and a comparable data plan. Read More
Lee Byung-Chull founded a small trading company in South Korea with 40 employees under him in 1938. The main sources of business were groceries and their signature was the noodles they made. Though the business prospered, he was forced to close it down during the Korean War. The War was a temporary glitch to his thirst for challenges. He then went ahead and prospered in the cotton business. He had a vision of making his company a leader in multiple enterprises. His dream did come true and his company, Samsung stands tall in world business today. Read More