Posted on 09 April 2010
We have heard that there is an app available for absolutely everything, but never truly believed it. But now after looking at this, I believe it wholeheartedly that an app has definitely been created for everything.
The iPhone can now be used in war. The US military chiefs are planning to use Apple’s products on the battlefield in order to give the soldiers a technological edge over insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan.
By doing this, it will be possible for soldiers on patrol to share up-to-the-minute maps of enemy hotspots with each other, view video from drones or check photos of enemies using their iPhones.
Posted on 24 March 2010
Three years back, Apple launched its first iPhone. But even after three years, we are still waiting for a few essential features that are required to make the phone perform even better.
The iPhone has been a blessing for Apple and the carriers who partnered with them. It has been the king of the smartphones for a long time. Although many smartphones have appeared in the market and disappeared, but the iPhone has managed to stay in the picture for a long time now.
Posted on 19 March 2010
Although the pre-order for the iPad has started, but if you still don’t know what an iPad is and what can you do with it, here is a list of the main five points that distinguish an iPad from the rest of the devices.
1. It looks like a big iPhone
If you compare it with the iPhone’s 3.5 inch screen, the iPad’s 9.7-inch one looks huge. But with the single home button that typical icon layout style, you can immediately recognize it as one of Apple’s device. Being half an inch in thickness, it weighs around 680g. The battery life is upto 10 hours if used continuously, or a month on standby.
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