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Surely Apple employees already tired just watching, as well as design and engineering solutions migrate in the products of other companies. Some companies like Samsung are doing it regularly , but less obvious, and less well-known Chinese brands blatantly copied. Apparently, in order to diversify the way of life of employees Apple, a company from China has accused Apple of copying their smartphone. According to Macworld, smartphone maker Digione yesterday published a letter of complaint, which in September was sent to Apple. It says...

Unfortunately, Apple often happens that the version of the smartphone without the letter «S» in the title are not deprived of engineering flaws. The iPhone 5 scratched housing and often broke down the power button, the iPhone 4 had problems with the reception of the network signal, and so on. D. A couple of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus , as many of you may know, too, is not without its problems and...

“And what is it you like? That does not support Flash? »- Said to me one friend, looking at my iPhone 3Gs. He never held it in my hands, but I thought your HTC on an earlier version of Android better, basing his opinion on the read online. Alas, his own opinion will be only their own experience. Today my friend uses the iPhone 5, which still does not support Flash. There are also more modern history, it is about Apple technology user and his new smartphone Galaxy. Jim Edwards moved from New York to London. Of course, it took him...

The iPhone 6 will be a new technology that allow you to feel the interface elements on the display. Apple integrates into the next generation of smart phones iPhone 6 new technology that will literally feel the interface elements on the display. On it informs edition GforGames citing Chinese resource Laoyaoba. Tactile feedback for touch screens will be implemented through a special technology vibration motors. As a result, the user can feel the vibration in different parts of the screen. It is reported that a special system of vibration...

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There have been some very ambitions claims regarding the iPhone 5 and at the time of launch it was considered by many, and particularly by its maker Apple, to be the best gaming phone ever, and there were even claims that it was the best handheld gaming device. While it is difficult to go along with the second claim, particularly when one compares the iPhone 5 with dedicated gaming devices such as the Play Station Vita and the Nintendo 3DS, as a gaming phone really at the time there was nothing that was able to trump it. Naturally these...

One of Google’s staple brands, YouTube has a presence just about everywhere. Today sees an update to one of the most popular YouTube apps around – the iPhone and iPad app. Continue reading this article at RedmondPie.com Powered by WPeMatico (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email...

Are you one of those iPhone users who are just simply too cool to walk around with the ringtone enabled on the device? I’m pretty sure we have all gone through a phase of leaving our devices permanently on silent in an attempt to escape the consistent ringing that comes from friends, family members and colleagues. And while it may be the best move for our social lives, it certainly does a lot for our sanity. If operating an iPhone in a permanent state of ringer silence is part and parcel of your daily usage cycle, then perhaps the...

Since late last year, rumors of an upcoming iPhone have begun to take hold, with speculation only intensifying over the last few weeks and months. New pictures of the iPhone 5S motherboard have found their way onto the World Wide Web, leaving us to speculate whether these are real or just a quick Photoshop job. Continue reading this article at RedmondPie.com Powered by WPeMatico (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens...

I cannot recall seeing a wider variety of concept ideas for a piece of software than I have recently for iOS 7, and with the tech community anticipating some big changes thanks to the increased influence of one Jony Ive, it’s hardly surprising to see designers tripping over themselves to bring forth their ideas and coming up with all sorts of iOS 7 concepts. One in particular from YouTuber iamthe6ixth offers a somewhat alternative take on the vast majority of those we’ve looked at hitherto, and instead of playing on the idea...

Yesterday saw the conclusion of the Hack In The Box conference over in Amsterdam, an annual event where some of the most talented hackers and security experts gather to share insights, knowledge, and discoveries. The event saw some very interesting talks, particularly one in which pilot-turned-security-guru Hugo Teso showed how he could commandeer a Boeing jet remotely using an Android smartphone, but one which will certainly pique the interests of some Redmond Pie readers was that of the Evad3rs jailbreak team. Continue reading this article...