Showing posts with label iPhone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPhone. Show all posts

Thursday

iOS 11 Features For iPhone, iPad, iPod [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - July 06, 2017
Recently, Apple has announced iOS 11 at its Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 keynote on 5 June that comes with a comprehensive range of features and some major improvements over its previous version. App developers can download a preview of iOS 11 through its official website.

iOS 11 Features For iPhone, iPad, iPod [Infographic]

If you and your family members own multiple Apple devices, and use them to share media such as photos and videos, it makes no sense for each member to have their own iCloud storage plan. Thankfully, iOS 11 makes it possible to have shared iCloud storage plans. Up to six members of a family can share a common iCloud storage plan between them. This can be done without having to incur any extra costs on a monthly basis. Along with this feature, a lot of other features are there. Please check the infographic for more detailed information.

ios 11 infographics
Source : Mindinventory

Monday

iPhone 8 Rumours & Gossips [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - April 17, 2017
There had been lots of rumors about the iPhone 5 release date. There are some reports which were saying that it might be released in September or in October while the iPhone 5 release date has been the most talked about subject in recent months. Anyway the new Apple CEO Tim Cook will officially announce the iPhone 8 during a special media event.

 iPhone 8 Rumours & Gossips [Infographic]


Hints about the iPhone 8 are rolling in thick and fast. Not long after the iPhone 7 was released there was plenty of hype around the new model because it will be the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. As of now we can ignore the date and lets see the below infographic which contains a lot of information on rumors with dates and a total guide map.

iPhone 8 Rumours infographic
Source: repairly

Sunday

The Evolution Of iOS [Infographic]

Posted By: Arin Dey - September 14, 2014
Apple has been launching its brand series of "i" ince years. As expected it introcued new  iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus this time. It's been 7 years since the first iPhone first changed the face of mobile technology forever. Now the next big step in the evolution of the product is soon to be in our hands and this seems like a perfect time for a bit of nostalgia. 

The-Evolution-Of-iOS1-to-iOS8

Anyone who owned an iPhone 2G will appreciate the journey from iOS 1 to the current version being used today. The infographic highlights the main features in each iOS release from the first version up to iOS 8. Lets see in the below infographic how it evolved from iOS 1 to iOS 8.


The Evolution of iOS from iOS 1 - iOS 8
Source : 7DayShop

Wednesday

Want A Bigger iPhone?

Posted By: Arin Dey - June 25, 2014
Seeing the other brands, if you are tempted to the large screen and a bigger smartphone and that too from Apple, there is no way you will deny this offer. Larger iPhones are on the way, according to a new report. Bloomberg reported that Apple has plans to kick-start production in China within the next few months on two new iPhones that will feature larger screens.

Want A Bigger iPhone?

The new bigger iPhone will hit the market quick because the report indicates the devices will be ready to ship to retailers in September. It will have a screen that is 4.7 inches by 5.5 inches and the device will be rounder and thinner than the iPhone 5S, sources told Bloomberg. The decision of taking larger displays is a bid to enable the Cupertino company to better compete with the larger-screened Smartphones from Samsung and HTC.

Some internet sources spread rumors that a 5.5-inch iPhone 6 suggest the device will not be available in large numbers due to its use of a sapphire display cover, which is not yet available in large amounts.

Friday

Most Expensive iPhone Apps [infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - November 01, 2013
Apple Store is the largest app store in the world and has more than 900000 apps in total. Infact the number of downloaded apps on this app store is also more than any other. Apple’s app store consists of both free and paid apps and some of the apps are expensive beyond imagination. Here is an infographic which explains the most 16 expensive apps for iPhone.

Expensive iPhone Apps
Source : www.topapps.net

Saturday

How To Transfer Data From Android Device To iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C

Posted By: Poketors - September 28, 2013
Decided to try new iPhone 5S or iPhone 5C for the first time? Obviously most of the people want to give it a try. But what if you have an Android gadget? Changing platform has been always a big headache as you have already stored your data onto your Android phone and again you have to migrate all your data to your new phone. It sounds hectic but no worries. We will guide you all the way from start to finish step by step. 
If you are an Android user and want to move your data from Android to your new iPhone you can follow the below mentioned steps :

Managing Email Accounts And Social Media Accounts

1. Google, Exchange, Yahoo!, Aol., Outlook.com etc.

A lot of cloud services are there for maintaining email accounts and social media sites which can store your contacts, photos, calendars, documents, posts etc.  These can be easily archived in your new phone. If you are worries about the cross-platform supported services such as Google, Exchange, or Yahoo!  then no issues at all. All of them are supported in iOS 7. It basically provide an option so that you have to put a minimal effort in importing all of your data from Android phone. So it makes your effort easy now as you just have to enter credentials for any of the supported services that can be found within the iOS 7 Settings menu, and simply select which data you want to pull in; mail, contacts, calendars or notes. Because these data are already stored in the cloud and you can access them on your new iPhone.

2. Social Media Sites : Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc.

iOS 7 can pull down your contacts from most of the popular social media accounts. Nowadays people are relying on the Facebook and Twitter contacts. You can select Update Contacts from Settings menu to keep all your contacts up to date and readily available onto your iPhone.


Using Cloud Service Like Dropbox :

Dropbox is supported on both the platforms Android and iOS and it also provides the option to upload your images or any other data automatically  or you can upload your backed up data like documents, music, files etc to store on Dropbox cloud. If you are using Dropbox for Android App then you can easily sign in to the same Dropbox account via Dropbox For iOS App. 


If you don't have the Dropbox account then here is the simplest way to backup your data from Android and access them from your new iPhone :

1. Download Dropbox for Android app from Google Play on your Android device
2. Launch it and sign in
3. Upload the files whatever you want from your Android device
4. Download Dropbox for iOS app from iTunes
5. Launch it and sign in with the same credentials
6. Download the already uploaded backup data 

Click here for free download : Dropbox for iOS


Using Device to Device Transfer : 

If you like to keep a  copy of your contacts on your computer, or just want to avoid the cloud syncing service, you can export your contacts from your Android phone as a .vcf file. Later on you can import that into Contacts at iCloud.com.

Lets start the process by following the below steps:

1. Launch the Contacts app.
2. Press Menu button.
3. Search for the Import/Export option and select it.
4. Select the option to export your contacts to storage.
5. Pull it from your phone to your computer or email it to yourself
6. Once the contacts transfer is over, you can upload it to iCloud.com.

Note : But always remember one thing that before doing any steps, take a backup so that if something goes wrong you can restore easily.

Using Android File Transfer :

If you are using a Windows PC, then transferring data from your Android device using your computer will be easy and simple. In case you have a Mac PC, then you can download the Android File Transfer app and use it. It will give you the option on your Mac to browse the files and folders on your Android device, and you can easily copy them to your Mac. But some files can only be imported to your iPhone via iTunes.

Click here for free download : Android File Transfer for Mac

Google Apps On iOS :

You must be worried about the fact that you have already installed multiple apps on your Android gadgets and how do you get those apps on iOS. But in reality Apple Store also provides multiple useful apps like you get on Google Play. if you an Android user, then it is obvious that you have a Google account too. Google has made it simple by providing one login credential to access all their services from Gmail, Maps, Youtube, Google Drive, Hangouts, Google TV Remote, Chrome to Chromecast. So don't feel that leaving Google Android platform will narrow down your opportunities to access the Google apps. If you have a Google account then access it from Apple iPhone using various Google apps available on iTunes Apple Store.


Google provides some of the most used apps available on iOS and many of which have already been updated with official support for iOS 7. If your interaction and usage is more with Google services, stay tuned with Google's official iOS apps. Here are some of the most used Google apps available on iOS.
Hope this tutorial will help you to transfer data from your Android device to new iOS device. Share your comments here along with your experience.

Thursday

iPhone Users Vs Android Users

Posted By: Poketors - September 26, 2013
A healthy competitive fight is going on over internet since years. In some aspects iOS wins the race and in some instances it is found that Android beat iOS. No matters what you are using and how you are communicating, the popularity and critics about both the mobile OS have been most discussed topic in terms of telecommunication. CoffeeMeetsBagel presented a funny infographic below imagining an android guy dating an iPhone gal.
Source : Coffee Meets Bagel

Monday

iPhone 5C Replaces iPhone 5, While iPhone 4S Remains

Posted By: Poketors - August 19, 2013
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo addressed to investors on Monday regarding iPhone market forecast that the long-rumored device from Apple, "iPhone 5C" could replace the iPhone 5 while Apple will continue sales for iPhone 4 series. Apple's iPhone 5C might not be a "low end" product after all as rumors are concerned. The logic behind that line of thinking was that Apple wanted its entire iPhone lineup to feature larger than 4-inch display screen with faster connector by removing the legacy 30-pin connector from the Apple's product lineup.

iPhone 5C Replaces iPhone 5, While iPhone 4S Remains
Image from Sonny Dickson
The "iPhone 5C" is expected to include largely the same components as Apple's currently available iPhone 5, including an A6 processor and a 4-inch Retina display. Apple is expected to cut costs and boost margins by featuring a plastic back for the device, which is likely to reduce the present rate, but can't expect very cheap price. It will be having fingerprint sensor beneath the home button as well as a dual LED flash component for better low-light photos. Apple has not confirmed anything yest regarding this and we have to wait until the event organized by Apple on 10th September regarding unveiling its new iPhone.


Source : Sonny Dickson (Image) & AppleInsider

Saturday

Samsung Introduces Smart Watch Next Month

Posted By: Poketors - August 17, 2013
The most discussed over internet and rumored smart watch from Samsung, Galaxy Gear, is going to be introduced in September and it will be available in stores afterwards. According to the report by Bloomberg, it will be unveiled on September 4, just two days before the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin. 

Galaxy Gear is a wristwatch-like device and has the facility to make phone calls, surf the net and handle e-mails. It will be powered by Google's Android operating system. Samsung, the biggest technology company in Asia, is going to to create a new industry of wearable devices as the market for top-end handsets nears saturation. It will compete with Sony which already introduced its wearable android watch.

Samsung Introduces Smart Watch
An Internet Version Image
The Galaxy Gear which will be released next month will not be having a flexible display, though the company is continuing to work on developing a bendable screen. It will be unveiled the same day as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, a phablet series gadget.

Apple Watch is also in the pipeline and Apple didn't revealed any date of release the product. Samsung became the world’s largest smartphone maker last year, overtaking Apple. But Apple is continuing its release on iPhone series and will be relesing iPhone5C (a low cost iPhone) and upgrades for iPhone5 (known as iPhone5S) according to rumored reports.
So as of now we have a rough idea that two smartphone giants are working on introducing smart watch. Lets wait for the devices and we will get to know more.

Android vs iOS App Development & Revenue [Infographic]

Posted By: Poketors - August 03, 2013
Much like consumers, financial services firms ask the same question when developing mobile apps. Banks, credit card issuers, and brokerages have all done a good job of appeasing both user audiences, not only in the selection of apps they make available but also in functionality. On the other hand. insurers and asset management firms have focused their mobile development efforts on iOS, leaving the Android crowd with a bone to pick.

Android vs iOS App Development & Revenue [Infographic]

It seems like every business in the world provides some sort of mobile application these days. From businesses, to entertainment, to social networks, to the weather—everyone has an app. With so much competition, how can app developers, and businesses new to the App Store, get the most bang for their app-developing buck? Here is a beautiful inforgraphic which explains it in numbers of uses.


Source: easy-smtp

iPhone 5 App Market Wave

Posted By: Poketors - September 15, 2012
Marketers are keen on the apps of various categories on the release of iPhone 5. An infographic showing how app marketers can benefit from the recent launch of iPhone 5.

iPhoneAppStore

Some interesting facts about the iPhone App Store.

iTunesAppsStore

A review of the many mobile applications approved by iTunes.

Monday

Apple Sales: iPhone and iPad Sales

Posted By: Poketors - June 11, 2012
To put Apple’s growth in perspective let’s take a couple minutes to review this infographic on Apple’s sales for the iPhone and iPad in 2011. The sales of iPhone and iPad have been fair enough and has been presented in the infographic. 

iPhone Sales

The iPhone is Apple’s most successful product to date. Since it was first introduced in 2008 Apple has sold more than 200 million iPhones. To put that number in perspective, it is only 13 million short of the number of cars sold in the US since 2008. The iPhone alone is responsible for 40% of Apple’s revenue in 2011, and one of the most successful technology devices in terms of sales in the history of computing.

iPad Sales

The iPad is also one of the most popular personal computing devices on the market. With the release of the newest iPad Apple sold 3 million devices in the first 72 hours it was available. That works out to be 694 iPads every minute or 11 iPads per second.

Apple Sales Infographic :


Apple Sales: iPhone and iPad Sales

Saturday

Facebook Camera apps launched for iPhones

Posted By: Poketors - June 02, 2012

Facebook launched “Facebook Camera“, a photo-sharing app for Facebook users with Apple iOS devices to upload and browse photos on their smartphones. The camera app lets people take Instagram-style pictures that can be shared with iPhones.
It is a stand-alone app, which syncs to the Facebook social network, letting friends consult one another’s photos. It is said that the new app is faster than the primary Facebook app.
The app will show you a feed of great photos from your Facebook friends. You can swipe to see more of any album or tap to enlarge an individual photo. You can crop the photos or apply filters. The app supports uploading multiple photos as well. Users can add captions, mark their location and tag friends.


The New York Times’ Bits blog says that Instagram has 40 million users, while Facebook has 900 million. Thus the Camera app will be able to tap into the requirements of those Facebook only users who are not in Instagram.

Friday

PayPal Here - Credit Card Reader App For iPhone

Posted By: Poketors - March 16, 2012
PayPal introduced PayPal Here, a simple way to accept credit and debit cards, PayPal and checks – anywhere you do business. This global mobile payments solution allows small businesses to accept almost any form of payment. The new service includes a free app and fully encrypted thumb-sized card reader, which turns any iPhone, and soon Android smartphone, into a mobile payment solution. With PayPal Here, small businesses, service providers and casual sellers can send invoices or accept debit and credit cards, checks and PayPal using one simple product.
PayPal Here - Credit Card Reader App For iPhone
Image Credit : PayPal
Download PayPal Here for iPhone (Now available for United States, Canada, Australia and Hong Kong only)

PayPal Here gives merchants more choice than any mobile payment solution on the market today. No matter how consumers choose to pay, PayPal Here makes it easy, giving small businesses more sales opportunities. Merchants can accept payments by swiping cards in the card reader, scanning cards and checks using their phone cameras, or manually entering card information into the app. They can also send an invoice and set payment terms directly from the app and they can accept PayPal payments in a brand new way.

PayPal also released the latest version of its PayPal Mobile app for iPhone today, a consumer app that complements PayPal Here. PayPal users will be able to use the “Local” feature on the PayPal app to find nearby businesses that accept PayPal Here. Once the customer is ready to pay, they can notify the merchant by a quick tap on their mobile phone. Merchants can use PayPal Here to accept the payment by simply referencing the shopper’s name and picture – no wallet needed.

PayPal Here offers a competitive fee structure with no monthly account or set-up fees. Merchants pay a simple flat rate of 2.7 percent for card swipes and PayPal payments. In addition, every PayPal Here merchant will receive a business debit card for quick access to cash and 1 percent cash-back on eligible purchases. If merchants use the debit card for purchases, their fees effectively come down to 1.7 percent.

Beyond all of the unique capabilities offered by PayPal Here, the key differences from other existing mobile payment solutions are that it includes PayPal’s world-class fraud management capabilities, as well as 24×7 live customer support. PayPal has more than 100 million customers around the globe and 13 years of experience providing secure payment products that have helped millions of merchants grow their businesses globally.

PayPal Here is the latest addition to a comprehensive suite of payment solutions for small businesses – from PCI-compliant express checkout options and invoicing, to debit cards and mobile-optimized checkout. The company plans to announce even more functionality to its merchants later this year.

Availability

The PayPal Here card reader and merchant app for iPhone are both available exclusively to select merchants in the United States, Canada, Australia and Hong Kong. It will be generally available in those countries next month. The Android version of the PayPal Here merchant app will also be available at that time. PayPal will announce the availability of PayPal Here in more countries soon. U.S. businesses can join the wait list to get a free PayPal Here card reader at www.paypal.com/here. International merchants can register their interest at their local PayPal site.

PayPal Here: Summary of Benefits and Features for U.S. Small Businesses 
  • The most payment types: swipe credit and debit cards, manually key in or scan card information, scan and process checks (U.S. only), invoice directly from the app, and accept PayPal 
  • Immediate card acceptance: download the PayPal Here merchant app, sign up and start accepting payments immediately 
  • One simple flat fee: the mobile app and card reader is free for both merchants and consumers, with no account setup or monthly fees, competitively priced at 2.7 percent 
  • Be paid quickly: merchants receive funds directly into their PayPal account whether the sale is online, mobile or via PayPal Here 
  • PayPal debit card for quick access to cash with 1 percent cash back on eligible purchases, fees effectively come down to 1.7 percent 
  • Security: PayPal Here uses end-to-end encryption to help protect card information as it swipes, backed by PayPal’s world-class security, risk and fraud management systems 
  • 24×7 customer support: live phone and online customer support – more than 6,000 customer service agents across 17 centers around the globe 
  • Backed by PayPal: One of the world’s most trusted ways to pay and get paid with more than 100 million active accounts worldwide in 190 markets and supports payments in 25 currencies. 
Source : PayPal

How To Upgrade To iOS 5 Ignoring Errors

Posted By: Poketors - October 14, 2011
We all aware about the latest release from Apple i.e. iOS 5 and obviously you people have been trying to upgrade your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch to the latest version. It is found that some unknown errors are popping out while upgrading to its latest version 5 with codes like 3014, 3200 or 3002. After doing some research we have found one simple way out to avoid these errors.
How To Upgrade To iOS 5 Ignoring Errors
Image Credit : Apple
As mentioned in the Apple website we have followed the same process to update iPad 2 with iOS 5 and the software installed in it without any issues.

iTunes Error
Image Credit : iTunes/Apple

Here are the simple steps to be followed to update :

1. Download the iOS 5 IPSW files from the Apple servers. 

2. Click the link that is required for your iOS5 device -
iPad update error
3. Now open the iTunes software to download the firmware. 
4. Close the iTunes software once download is over and also disconnect your iPhone / iPad from the computer. 
5. After you disconnect, copy and paste the IPSW file to the following location depending on the Operating Systems:

For Windows: %APPDATA%\Apple Computer\iTunes\iP{one|ad|od} Software Updates
For Mac: ~/Library/iTunes/iP{one|ad|od} Software Updates6. Now connect your iOS device to the computer via USB cable.
7. Open iTunes and click Update to upgrade your device to the latest i.e. iOS 5. 

Here, you can use the local .ipsw files and the upgrade to its latest version.

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