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Friday, 29 November 2013 19:07

Foxconn speeds up iPhone 5S production

In Apple's online stores, especially in major markets like the U.S. and China, last month useres ended up waiting up to three weeks to have their iPhone 5S delivered. In order to shorten delivery times, Apple requested from Foxconn to significantly increase production capacity for their flagship mobile phone, on account of lower production of the desired model 5C.

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In October, there have been rumors that Samsung might in their next flagship mobile phone, the Galaxy S5, install a scanner for identifying users through the pupil. About the same time the patent was applied for such a system of identity verification, and these rumors received an official confirmation that the Korean company is actively working on it.

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According to research by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners conducted in the first month of availability of the new iPhone in the US, most of the buyers were existing iPhone owners. However there was a growing number of those who have previously owned an Android device.

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Thursday, 07 November 2013 20:28

Onkyo headphones for iOS devices

Two new models will come under the labels ES-CTI300 and IE-CTI300, the first model is derived in the form of headphones, while other one is in the form of popular earphones. ES-CTI300 headphones are made of lightweight aluminum, come with 40mm drivers and detachable cable for which manufacturer guarantees that it will not get tangled, while IE-CTI300 comes with drivers of 14.3 mm diameter.

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Monday, 14 October 2013 19:04

Cheaper iMac inspired by cheaper iPhone

According to the data that KGI Securities acquired, the latest model of iMac which was introduced in 2012 was sold in far less copies than it was expected at Apple. Analysts believe that the reason for this is primarily high price which makes iMac non-competitive in smaller markets and in emerging one such as China.

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Saturday, 12 October 2013 23:15

BSOD on new iPhone 5S

Looks like we will be hearing a lot more about problems with new iPhone 5S. The newest one is Blue Screen of Death (aka BSOD) which began to appear at a certain number of owners of the latest smartphone from Apple. Problem is exclusive for Apple's most advanced smartphone, and is not appearing on the previous models, atleast not yet.

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Logitech is preparing within their G product line a special device for owners of Apple smartphones. The company should soon introduce a game controller for the iPhone 5, 5S and 5C models, which should allow more comfortable game playing.

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There is an old saying; “buy cheap, sell dear” which means you need to come up with the product that you can put together for almost no money and sell it like it is your most treasured product. This philosophy has been a staple of business for many years and it is one that companies still try to use even today. The problem is that now there are web sites that can tell you exactly how much that new gadget you want to buy costs to make. This has made building a “cheap” product and selling it for a ton of money something that many consumers are aware of and will avoid.

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According to data from Canaccord, Apple's iPhone 5S during September was the best selling smartphone in the US. Data was collected from the four largest Us mobile service providers.

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Monday, 07 October 2013 06:22

Apple's iPhone 5S has flaky sensors

A large number of Phone 5S users have reported a problem with the gyroscope, accelerometer and compass. It seems that the problem occurs because of bad calibration of movement sensors. [Ed – which is not the only complaint that has surfaces about the new phone and iOS combination]

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