Archive for ‘iphone’

October 8, 2011

5 New Apple iPhone 4S Features

With the increasing competition and drastically changing technology all mobile phones company try to launch new phones more often and with many advanced features like better technologies, better software, better applications, various games and many more improved features. Similarly apple recently launched its new iPhone 4S with no different looks than iPhone 4 but definitely improved and better features.

1.Video Recording

The color and the light is just perfect to shoot an amazing 1080p HD video .No shaky shots with video stabilization and you can edit the video directly and share it with your friends.

2. iOS 5

iOS 5 advancements make it easier for you to operate the phone. iOS 5 fine brings to iPhone 4s 200 brand new and improved features like- Improved Notification center, imessage , twitter integration, reminders and many more.

3. Dual-Core A5 Chip

Upto two times more power is delivered by two cores in A5 chip and you will feel that graphics are upto seven times fast, Its quick and responsive ,web browsing, gaming and downloading apps gets easier. It has an outstanding battery life and the A5 chip is power efficient.

4. SIRI

Siri makes life easier for you. You just need to talk to him like a human and all your work is done in seconds. It just acts like your Personal assistant-sends messages, makes schedules etc. Works with English, German and French.

5. iCloud

iCloud stores everything for you -your music, pictures, apps, mails, calendars, documents etc. It’s automatically transfers all your data to your device effortless.

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March 17, 2011

New connection bar in Gmail for iPhone

Using Gmail in Safari on your iPhone gives you access to fast search, conversation view, stars, labels, and more. But it’s sometimes frustrating not knowing whether your email has been sent or whether your phone has a functioning internet connection at all. To address this, we recently introduced the “connection bar.” The connection bar appears at the bottom of the screen when needed to give you the info you want— and then gets out of the way.

The connection bar appears when the app launches and is checking for new mail:

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It also appears when your phone is offline, back online and sending, and then again when it finishes sending all messages:

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You can see this improvement by visiting gmail.com from your iPhone or iPod Touch’s browser (iOS4 only). Don’t see the new changes yet? Try clearing your cache and refreshing the page. And if you like using Gmail in mobile Safari, get to it faster by tapping the “+” at the bottom of the screen and then “Add to Home Screen.”

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March 16, 2011

Google Releases New Search App

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Google believes its latest iOS app  redesign is so noteworthy, it  changed the app’s name. The  new Google Search app includes a  new UI, improved search  capabilities, and a new toolbar.

The app, formerly Google Mobile,  has really become a one-finger  wonder, since most searches can be  done using either your thumb or  index finger.

Searches can be started using the  traditional search box, using the  microphone button to do a voice  search, or by tapping on the camera  icon to search through Google  Goggles.

A new Apps button located at the bottom of the screen makes accessing your other Google apps easier. Plus, the improved toolbar makes filtering your searches based on your preferences more seamless. For example, if you only want images, tap “Images,” and the results will update

note: The new Google Search app is available now in the App Store.

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