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Review of Real Estate Mobile Applications for the Consumer The Consumer Smart Phone Revolution The smart phone age came quickly upon us. The increase in popularity of these devices feels more like a technological revolution than simple progress. There seemed to be very little time between getting paged to having email on your phone, to then having a full blown computer in your hands. Some use it for pleasure while others run their entire business from their phones. Today, seeing a new phone without email and internet feels like looking at a VHS player or floppy drive, “You still have one of those?” comes to mind. Many wonder what their lives were like before they had such a device! For this paper, Clareity defines a smart phone as being a mobile device that can not only make calls and send text messages but also accesses the internet in order to retrieve digital personal information such as email, or to browse the web and connect to other computers. Smart phones are exploding in popularity. The market as a whole reports a 56.7% increase in smart phone sales compared to this time last year (source: IDC.com)i. Some companies report a more than 90% increase in sales of smart phones since last year and Apple reported a staggering 131.6% increase in sales of the iPhone. iPhone sales continue to explode, but Android, Google’s new mobile operating system, actually outsold the iPhone in May 2010ii, as there are multiple hardware manufacturers building new mobile devices based on the Android platform. Apple countered Google with the release of its new 4G iPhone in June, and the Chinese mobile giant HTC is releasing a new 4G Android smart phone that some early reviews claim one-ups the 4G iPhone before the iPhone even launched. The raging battle for smart phone sales will drive even faster development cycles and innovative new features and keep prices competitive.
Grande notizia da Apple. Il prossimo 7 giugno, con l’inizio del WWDC 2010, Steve Jobs terrà una diretta direttamente da San Francisco dal Moscone Center. L’orario della diretta è ore 10.00 della California, vale a dire le 19.00 in Italia. Per tale occasione, come sempre, terremo una diretta audio/video con tutte le informazioni sui nuovi prodotti di Apple. Probabilmente l’evento prevederà il lancio del nuovo iPhone e l’ufﬁcializzazione del download del ﬁrmware 4.0. Grazie a DJ Frank di RadioPodcastLive vi offriremo tanti contenuti in diretta a partire dalle 18.30. Restate con noi e segnatevi la pagina della diretta nei vostri bookmark.
Apple Bans iPhone Hackers Apple ID from App Store : Aprox 20mins Well it looks like Apple has started banning iPhone hackers from the iTunes App Store. Sherif Hashim, the iPhone developer and hacker who recently found an exploit in the latest iPhone OS 3.1.3, which could enable the unlock on 05.12.01 baseband for iPhone 3GS and 3G devices has been banned by Apple for the so called “security reasons”. This is what Sherif gets when he tries to access App Store from his iPhone. Sherif posted about the ban on his twitter account today
If there is one mobile phone device whose release is awaited with bated breath in the UK and elsewhere, it has to be the Apple iPhone 4G. A truly futuristic and path breaking device Apple is all set to release this wonder gadget sometime in June 2010. Expectedly, the mere rumour of the Apple iPhone 4G coming has kindled a host of industry analysts and experts alike to embark on a debate about the new iPhone's features, applications, etc. How different it will be from the Apple iPhone 3G and Apple iPhone 3G S. And from the rest of the smartphones including the RIM produced Blackberries. Coming back to its features, the Apple iPhone 4G carries a five mega pixel camera that is guaranteed to give you incredibly good high resolution pictures and images. Its touchscreen is a fast responsive TFT capacitive touchscreen that is 3.5 inches wide. Needless to mention, the touchscreen affords spell binding resolution. Taking the already held high memory capacities of Apple phones is the Apple iPhone 4G. It affords a whopping 64 GB and 80 GB memory sizes. Does it need to be stressed here that you can store unlimited number of contacts in its phone book? Packed in within this Apple phone is so much that you would wonder whether it would be light enough to fit into your trouser pockets or purses. Or will it be too heavy to carry around. This is where Apple scores.
Apple have accidentally lost the prototype for the Apple iPhone 4G. The prototype was found in a bar in the US but it has made to look like the Apple iPhone 3GS. Apple have accidentally lost the prototype for the Apple iPhone 4G. The prototype was found in a bar in the US but it has made to look like the Apple iPhone 3GS. The person that found it disassembled it and found the casing for what appears to be the next Apple iPhone 4. The design of the mobile phone is much different to the Apple iPhone 3GS, the casing has aluminium running right around the outside of the phone, the back is completely flat and is thought to be made out of glass or plastic, this makes sense as the Apple iPad has reduced Wi-Fi due to an aluminium back, the whole design is much more square. The front screen is a little bit smaller that the 3GS but the screen resolutions appear to be much sharper. Apple have made the iPhone 4G HD, 3 grams heavier than the 3GS, with dimensions of 4.5 inch x 2.3 inch x 0.37 inches. Checkout what we think of the Apple iPhone 4G HD at http:// www.mobilefonereviews.co.uk/phone-reviews/Apple-iPhone-4G-HD.aspx There is some great new additions to the iPhone 4, a camera flash for starters and a front facing camera for those 3G video calls. The main camera lens also appears to be larger than the iPhone 3GS. The volume keys are metallic with a split volume key. There also appears to be another microphone which is thought to be there to give a clearer sound.
Driven by an insatiable consumer demand for anything “i” related, and apparently overlooking some slight design flaws, Apple Inc.said it managed to sell more than 1.7 million iPhone 4 devices through its first three days of availability, becoming the “most successful product launch in Apple's history,” according to heady quote from Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The numbers were more than half the number of iPad's Apple managed to sell during that device's first 80 days of availability. There was no word yet on the number of iPhone 4's devices sold in the U.S. through exclusive carrier partner AT&T Mobility though Piper Jaffray noted in a report that more than three-fourths of those sold in the U.S. were upgrades and thus would not bolster the carrier's net customer addition results. Apple noted that the device is currently available in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany and Japan, with plans to expand availability to Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland by the end of July.
IPhone 4G renders add dash of colour Italian site uses leaked white cover to illustrate potential by Rik Henderson published on 24 May 2010 Shortly after pictures of the white casing for the iPhone 4G turned up, Italian website iSpazio created several renders of what it, and a range of colourful alternatives, might look like. However, while it makes sense that Apple will offer a white alternative to the black leaked handset, it is less likely that the company will opt to follow its fun and funky nano route, no matter how cool they look. It seems a touch off-brand to us. Instead, we fully expect the company to stick to basic iPhone colours, and maybe even just black. After all, once you've seen this 3D-rendered in -browser demo, why would you want any other colour. Damn that's sexy! Anyhow, pics and animations aside, we're all likely to know what the iPhone HD will look like for sure on 7 June at WWDC 2010. If it's not unveiled then, we'll eat multiple hats. In the shape of iPhones. Black, of course.
Digitimes claims to have received word that Taiwan will soon be tapped to provide components for Apple's fourth-generation iPhone. Foxconn, the company responsible with the final assembly, has reportedly been receiving components from the various suppliers starting with April. The site in question notes that, "A host of Taiwan-based component makers will receive orders for Apple's iPhone 4G," citing a Chinese language Economic Daily News report. It adds that Foxconn, which also handled the iPhone 3GS assembly, "will again assemble the new device, and Chimei Innolux will join previous panel suppliers TPK Touch Solution and Wintek in providing touch-panel modules for the iPhone 4G." Foxconn is already in the possession of several components making up the 4G iPhone, Digitimes claims. A chart is provided (pictured above) with a breakdown by components and their respective suppliers, as well as a few relevant annotations. EDN receives full credit for the information, Digitimes reports. The latter compiled the data earlier this month. According to the chart, assembly will be handled by the aforementioned Foxconn (which also assembled the newest iPhone model); touch panels will be produced by TPK, Wintek, and Chimei Innolux with their respective 45%, 40% and 15% orders; quartz components are reportedly in TXC's jurisdiction - the company has previously supplied only 15% of the iPhone's quartz components, but has now been tapped for some 45% of these parts; PCB is handled entirely by Kinsus with 100% of orders; the camera module is Largan Precision's and Genius Electronics' responsibility with 80% and 20% of orders, respectively; the flexible copper clad laminate is to be produced by Taiflex Scientific, which previously supplied some of the iPhone 3GS FFCL, but now has been ordered to supply three times that amount; delivering X-ray testing equipment is Leadertek's job, according to the same chart, with 100% of orders for this component.