Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Phone Features That Behave Differently on GSM or CDMA iPhone

No comments:



Apple has posted a chart that shows how phone features behave differently based on whether you are using a GSM or CDMA network.

iPhone supports many phone features, including call waiting, call forwarding, and conference calls. Depending on your wireless carrier's network technology (GSM or CDMA), there are different methods for enabling and using these features.

Take a look at the chart below...



*thanks iclarified*

Our new Forum is now open here or on the top tabs marks Forums, please register and post..

For the latest limera1n, rubyra1n, and all tech stories, follow us on Twitter at
@iphonepixelpost or @limerain_com
www.iPodSets.com
- Posted using my iPhone 4

Verizon iPhone Sales Are Below Expectations?

No comments:



Verizon iPhone sales are below what Apple and Verizon anticipated, according to a new report from BGR.

Below are unit sales totals from five Apple stores combined (including two very, very prominent Apple stores) showing both Verizon and AT&T iPhone 4 sales during the Verizon iPhone's first five days of availability:

Thursday: Verizon = 909, AT&T = 539
Friday: Verizon = 916, AT&T = 680
Saturday: Verizon = 660, AT&T = 471
Sunday: Verizon = 796, AT&T = 701
Monday: Verizon = 711, AT&T = 618

BGR also reports that the total online pre-orders for Verizon iPhones amounted to around 550,000 units. 30% of people buying the Verizon iPhone 4 were Android users, 25% were BlackBerry users, and 14% were AT&T iPhone users. The remain percent didn't want to say, didn't have a smartphone, or didn't have a cellphone at all.



*thanks iclarified*

Our new Forum is now open here or on the top tabs marks Forums, please register and post..

For the latest limera1n, rubyra1n, and all tech stories, follow us on Twitter at
@iphonepixelpost or @limerain_com
www.iPodSets.com
- Posted using my iPhone 4

New MacBook Pros: Better Battery, Lighter, Improved Display, Modular Drive?

No comments:



A new report from MacTrust claims to offer new information about improvements in the upcoming MacBook Pros .

All models are said to be between 15-20% lighter, being made of an amorphous alloy Apple purchased that is stronger, lighter, and more scratch resistant. The edges of the device have reportedly been smoothed and a new battery technology is said to provide 20% more battery life. A new display is also being utilized that uses less power. RAM and SSD upgrade price will supposedly be "significantly" lower.

MacBook Pro 13"
The 13" MacBook Pro will reportedly get an upgrade to the Sandy Bridge processor and receive a BTO option that ups the display resolution to 1440x900 in gloss or matte. Battery life is said to be increase from 10 hours to 12 and the weight is said to drop from 4.5 pounds to 3.7.

MacBook Pro 15"
The 15" MacBook Pro will reportedly get an upgrade to the Sandy Bridge processor, get a battery life of 11 hours, and a matte option on the standard resolution display.

This module is said to be gaining a modular bay for the optical drive, which would give users the option to replace the optical drive with a second hard-drive. It may also gain an ExpressCard/34 slot and a third USB port. The weight of the 15" will reportedly decrease from 5.8 pounds to 4.6 pounds.

MacBook Pro 17"
Finally the 17" MacBook Pro will also reportedly receive the Sandy Bridge processor, an 11 hour battery life, a modular optical/HDD storage enclosre, an additional USB port, and an advanced graphics option.

The weight is said to be dropped from 6.6 pounds to 5.3.

Pricing
Base pricing is said to be as follows: $1099 starting for the 13", $1549 for the 15", and $2099 for the 17".




*thanks iclarified*

Our new Forum is now open here or on the top tabs marks Forums, please register and post..

For the latest limera1n, rubyra1n, and all tech stories, follow us on Twitter at
@iphonepixelpost or @limerain_com
www.iPodSets.com
- Posted using my iPhone 4

Apple In-App Subscription Rules Raise Antitrust Concerns

No comments:



Apple's announcement yesterday that forces iOS applications to sell their content through in-app subscription has already begun to cause antitrust concerns, according to the WSJ.

Experts said that the first step in an antitrust analysis is to determine whether Apple is a dominant player in the market, which, in turn, requires an an assessment of the relevant market at issue. Publishers, for example, might claim that Apple dominates the market for consumer tablet computers and that it has allegedly used that commanding position to restrict competition

"My inclination is to be suspect", said Shubha Ghosh, an antitrust professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Ghosh's says two important questions are, whether Apple owns enough of a dominant position in the market to keep competitors out, and whether it is exerting "anticompetitive pressures on price."



*thanks iclarified*

Our new Forum is now open here or on the top tabs marks Forums, please register and post..

For the latest limera1n, rubyra1n, and all tech stories, follow us on Twitter at
@iphonepixelpost or @limerain_com
www.iPodSets.com
- Posted using my iPhone 4

Apple Releases iWeb 3.0.3 Update

No comments:



Apple has released an update to iWeb via Software Update that contains bug fixes and improvements.

This update contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following:
• Addresses an issue when using the iSight Movie widget on certain Macs
• Addresses an issue publishing iWeb sites using FTP
• Improves compatibility with Mac OS X

You can install the update by selecting Software Update from the Apple menu at the top left of your screen.



*thanks iclarified*

Our new Forum is now open here or on the top tabs marks Forums, please register and post..

For the latest limera1n, rubyra1n, and all tech stories, follow us on Twitter at
@iphonepixelpost or @limerain_com
www.iPodSets.com
- Posted using my iPhone 4

MacBook Pro Update Again Pegged For First Week in March

No comments:



Another report is predicting that Apple will start shipping an updated MacBook Pro by the first week in March.

AppleInsider reports that, "a person familiar with the matter said the Mac maker currently anticipates an introduction of the new models within about two weeks time, which would represent a delay of just a couple of weeks from when the company initially hoped to usher the new models onto the market."

Recently Danish blogger Kenneth Lund said, "I have just come into possession of evidence that - by all accounts - with new MacBook Pro models in Danish stores Tuesday 1st March."

The updated notebook was expected this month; however, delays with a Sandy Bridge component have caused minor setbacks.




*thanks iclarified*

Our new Forum is now open here or on the top tabs marks Forums, please register and post..

For the latest limera1n, rubyra1n, and all tech stories, follow us on Twitter at
@iphonepixelpost or @limerain_com
www.iPodSets.com
- Posted using my iPhone 4

iWork '11 to Arrive by February 19th?

No comments:



Best Buy Mexico is holding a 'Discover the New iWork 11' event on Febraury 19th at 7pm, according to an AppleBitch report.

A new page on the website of Best Buy Mexico which suggests that iWork '11 will be arriving on February 19th at 7pm. The page describes a launch event saying "Discover The New iWork'11. Visit a Best Buy on February 19th and find out what you can do with iWork '11".

Best Buy has since pulled the page.




*thanks iclarified*

Our new Forum is now open here or on the top tabs marks Forums, please register and post..

For the latest limera1n, rubyra1n, and all tech stories, follow us on Twitter at
@iphonepixelpost or @limerain_com
www.iPodSets.com
- Posted using my iPhone 4