It took a while but it’s finally here. After opening up to all Android (non-Galaxy) devices, the latest Samsung smartwatches and fitness band are now compatible on Apple’s iOS.
Today, the 9th of January 2017, marks 10 years since Apple introduced the first iPhone ever — though the actual device was put up for sale on the 29th of June 2007. In a press release commemorating this momentous occasion, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the “best is yet to come”.
Apple has just rolled out a new iOS 10.2 update which lets you express yourself in hundreds of new emojis. It is about 362MB in size and it is advisable to download this through an unmetered WiFi connection.
There aren’t many technological revolutions quite like Apple‘s original iPhone. It was so radical and revolutionary that it ushered on an entire generation of new devices that we now probably couldn’t live without.
That was almost a decade ago and Apple’s idea of the iPhone has changed over 10 different iterations. So, with the launch of the brand new iPhone 7, we thought we’d take a quick look back at one of the most storied smartphones in the world.
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Yes, Apple is still selling 16GB iPhones and yes, these are probably the iPhones that many of you are currently using. Our office has two 16GB iPhones, so we understand your pain and the struggle that you go through every day just to make sure you don’t run out of storage. The good news is, the storage problems associated with a 16GB iPhone could soon be a thing of the past with SanDisk’s brand new iXpand case.
Have you ever been annoyed at how
darn difficult it is to place emphasis in WhatsApp conversations? Well, now it’s going to be much easier because if you’re on an iPhone, the text messaging service will let you use text formatting in your conversations.
This weekend, Celcom is offering you the chance to pick up smartphones, tablets and other goodies at their very first Blue Cube Day at Sunway Pyramid.
Running from 25 to 27 March, you can snag up to 70% discount on selected devices when you sign for the FiRST Gold post-paid plan. It comes with no contract and 10GB internet (5GB all-day and 5GB weekend internet) plus 5GB complimentary WiFiplus, unlimited calls and SMS to all networks for just RM 80 a month.
Among the devices you can snag are from Apple, Samsung, Blackberry, Oppo, and Xiaomi. You can view the full list of devices after the break.
In the past, the cheapest iPhone you can buy is basically a rehash of an outdated model with a smaller storage option. We’ve seen this since the iPhone 3GS/iPhone 4 days. That’s no longer the case with the iPhone SE. It is Apple’s most affordable new iPhone and it’s just as powerful as their current flagship.
Experiments are fun, mobile related experiments are even more so. MacRumors decided to record a blocked number’s attempts to call and text a blocker on an iPhone. And we’re sure that you’ve always wondered what actually goes on and whether these blocked numbers can actually reach you. This was what they found out.
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If you’re using an iPhone and don’t want to spend money on a square watch, here’s another alternative. The folks at Samsung has officially confirmed that they are adding iOS support for its current Gear S2 smartwatches.
This follows the earlier rumour however it is happening only later this year without specific dates. Similar with Android Wear powered smartwatches, the Gear S2 is expected to lose some functionality when it’s paired to an iPhone but it should work with your standard day to day notifications.