from November 2012, Products

Nov 27, 2012 — by: Mark Reschke
Categories: Products

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Today Chevrolet officially announced the new Spark and Sonic cars, both due in 2013, will integrate Apple's voice recognition software, Siri. In order to use Siri with the cars the owner must have an iPhone 4S or 5 running iOS 6.

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Nov 21, 2012 — by: Karl Johnson
Categories: Products

174051Many iPhone 5 users have been very happy with their new purchase, but some users and media sites are just looking for problems that are not really there with the iPhone 5, like the maps app. Yet some issues are real and one of them is battery life.

There are many ways the iPhone battery can drain quickly. Leaving the GPS and other radio transmitting features turned up for long periods cam be some of them, however, this is true for all mobile devices. Here are a few things users can look at if their iPhone 5 is draining the battery too quickly.

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Nov 20, 2012 — by: Karl Johnson
Categories: Products

Iphone5The iPhone 5 has been out for several months, but it still is a hot item. While Apple is starting to catch up to the demand, it will be some time before the iPhone 5 is sitting on store shelves. One reason for this is Apple’s aggressive international roll out. Apple is trying to catch up not only the demand in the US, but all over the world.

Why is the demand so high? New users and a large contingent of current iPhone customers are purchasing the iPhone 5. For the new user, there are many reasons to purchase an iPhone. For current iPhone users, the decision gets a little harder since they already have an iPhone. For those that already own an iPhone, here are 4 primary reasons to upgrade.

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Nov 16, 2012 — by: E. Werner Reschke
Categories: Products

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Microsoft bet the farm on Windows 8. It doesn't matter whether you are talking about the Windows RT version that runs on their ARM based Surface tablets or the desktop version that runs on Intel processors (that can run your other Windows software). It has all boiled down to this for the Redmond company: Windows 8 must succeed in order for Microsoft to survive this decade of seismic shift to mobile operating systems.

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Nov 6, 2012 — by: Karl Johnson
Categories: Products

Ipad_miniApple updated all of their iOS products this fall from the new iPhone 5 to the updated iPad. They now have products with display sizes of 3.5-inch, 4-inch, 7.9-inch, and 9.7-inch. The only device that does not have a retina display is the new iPad Mini.

With so many different screen sizes, there is a size that fits most people for most uses. Display size is not the only difference to look at though. Device weight is just as important. Lighter weight products are easier to hold and carry around. The graph below shows the differences in weight between the five main iOS devices.

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