If you don’t have any friends with a FaceTime-equipped device but still want to enjoy mobile video calling, there’s a new option that’s just hit the App Store in the form of Tango, available for both iOS as well as Android.
There is a stumbling block that must be surmounted before we as a species can hope to tackle such dark issues as war, famine, and racisim. It is a topic of heated debate, being bickered out in multiple locales around the world as we speak. It is a subject so divisive, that it has torn the bonds of brotherhood and family with the murmur of its discourse.
Of course, we're talking about what iOS device can claim to be the speediest of them all.
You’d think that the Chinese would be more excited about the iPhone 4 eventually coming to their country than they would about Wi-Fi finally being added to last year’s model, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.
Rejoice! According to ChangeWave Research, a survey of iPhone 4 users shows that they experience fewer dropped calls. If this is the case, then perhaps the iPhone 4 antenna issue really isn't as big a deal as everyone is making it out to be.
ChangeWave's study surveyed 213 new iPhone users, who reported that they experienced fewer dropped calls. In June, 6.3 percent of iPhone 3GS users in the study reported experiencing dropped calls. Of the iPhone 4 users they surveyed in July, only 5.4 percent of the sample reported that they had experienced dropped calls.
Ever thought about lining up a member of each of the four generations of iPhone and shooting some video of how they compare to each other? Well, a fellow by the name of Chris Pinnock did, and it’s a rather entertaining little gem for iPhone fans.
Battery Issues on iPhone 3GS handsets running iOS 4? Nah. According to Macnn, a Norwegian journalist by the name of Jarle Aasland, sent an email off to Steve Jobs to query whether the Apple CEO was aware of the battery life issues many iPhone 3GS users have reported since upgrading to the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system.
You’re probably wondering what the photo above has to do with MacLife.com, right? Would you believe us if we told you it was shot with an iPhone? And we’re not talking about the latest and greatest iPhone 4, but last year’s iPhone 3GS! If you still don’t believe, then read on, because we have the video to prove it.
As it turns out, iMovie for iPhone 4 isn’t limited to only editing 720p HD video from the new handset, although it does have a few limitations. Meanwhile, some enterprising hackers have already got mobile iMovie running on an iPhone 3GS.
It goes without saying that the iPhone 4’s A4 processor smokes the previous iPhone 3GS, but those expecting a speed jump equal to the iPad might be disappointed, based on some new benchmarks run with one of the early arrival handsets.