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20 Answered Question on iPhone

Why is the battery on the iPhone do crap compared to the battery on the iPad?! Annoying #iphoneproblems

  • Question was asked by: luciefuller
  • Question answered by: Taherul_islam
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-23 19:00:03
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-24 22:53:23

Why does my grandma want an iPad ? She already has a computer and an iPhone , that’s enough !

  • Question was asked by: G_Reloaded
  • Question answered by: veerlm
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-22 06:00:03
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-22 10:33:20

Why does my grandma want an iPad ? She already has a computer and an iPhone , that’s enough !

  • Question was asked by: G_Reloaded
  • Question answered by: veerlm
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-22 06:00:03
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-22 10:33:20

how did people settle arguments before google? if a girl couldn’t look up answers on her iphone mid-argument, did the argument ever end?

  • Question was asked by: OHEMGEEceeay
  • Question answered by: AskTheMadHatter
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-22 04:30:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-22 11:24:29

How do you delete a account on a iPhone?????? For twitter

  • Question was asked by: ABarclay_x
  • Question answered by: choni_94
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-20 17:00:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-22 10:54:58

how the f do I turn my iPhone off?!?!?!?

  • Question was asked by: alyssagg_
  • Question answered by: rifkyfahim
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-17 19:30:03
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-25 00:37:59

Who has an iPhone 3g and wants to sell it!? I’m on a mission. My coach wants one

  • Question was asked by: jennerleah
  • Question answered by: wdpn77
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-16 11:00:04
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-25 04:54:46

How u block somebody from texting/calling u on iPhone is their an app? Or something Ø=Þ)

  • Question was asked by: PrettiGirlG
  • Question answered by: adam_right
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-16 08:30:03
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-17 10:13:05

Why the f is my iPhone weather in Celsius??

  • Question was asked by: aooooo9
  • Question answered by: damianrupak
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-15 11:00:04
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-25 06:38:21

Who’s got the iPhone 4s?

  • Question was asked by: margcrosbync
  • Question answered by: Guesttweet
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-14 15:30:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-14 18:27:46

Why does the iPhone have to be glass? #iphoneprobs

  • Question was asked by: kltpshh8
  • Question answered by: solved_answers
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-12 18:30:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-12 23:49:17

who even uses the stocks app on an iPhone?

  • Question was asked by: CorronBaldwin
  • Question answered by: solved_answers
  • Category: Business And Finance
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-11 22:30:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-12 00:09:21

How long does it take for the Iphone to come in after being ordered?

  • Question was asked by: khallakush
  • Question answered by: solved_answers
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-11 20:30:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-11 21:16:31

Why is it so hard to find out what #Optus are doing with the #Nokia #Lumina 820? Fed up with Android don’t want an iPhone.

  • Question was asked by: BillHSydney
  • Question answered by: Guesttweet
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-11 11:00:05
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-14 15:07:18

Who has an iPhone and wants to have fun emoji conversations with me?

  • Question was asked by: juiceboxx_sean
  • Question answered by: marthabrandy
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-10 06:00:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-14 15:14:20

Who in they right ****ing mind would trade a MacBook for a ***** ass iPhone 5?!

  • Question was asked by: SuchAFuknDouche
  • Question answered by: MarjanSimic3
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-05 14:00:03
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-05 20:25:48

Who Know A Website Fa Cartoon Character iPhone Cases???? *Waits On Replies *

  • Question was asked by: ImaBossFasho
  • Question answered by: bitspirit3
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-05 09:30:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-07 13:16:50

How did I last 2 years with a blackberry? Couldn’t imagine not having my iPhone now! Love you baby xxxx

  • Question was asked by: EllieWalters2
  • Question answered by: MarjanSimic3
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-05 00:00:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-05 20:38:23

Why does updating a BlackBerry so long? next phone will be an iPhone or an Android

  • Question was asked by: ashley4035
  • Question answered by: vaskemarina
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-04 18:00:02
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-05 20:32:08

Can you get bbm on iphone 4s?

  • Question was asked by: adam_right
  • Question answered by: MarijaMaric14
  • Category: Consumer Electronics
  • Question was asked at : 2012-10-03 09:18:10
  • Question was first answered at : 2012-10-05 20:51:56

3 Tips for Perfect iPhone Photography

Taking Photos With Your iPhone

Taking beautiful and scenic pictures and photographs doesn’t have to be done with a traditional camera anymore, or by a photographer in a professional photography studio. You’ll most likely notice many people everywhere taking pictures using their iphones. And it’s no wonder why – these little pocket devices take amazing photos, with incredible clarity, color and detail. Not only that, but you can easily edit your photos right on this hand-held device, as well as email it to whoever you want with the touch of a button. If you need to tweak your picture taking capabilities using your iphone, follow these 3 tips.

Get Some Inspiration for Photos

If you simply love taking pictures of anything for absolutely no reason, why not get a little inspiration from some online galleries? You can get some great ideas of objects to shoot, where to shoot them, and how to shoot them. One great gallery in particular can be found at www.quarum.com, which is a great photography studio that provides a lot of composition ideas for the avid photographer.

3 Tips to Taking Pictures With Your iPhone

Take some of the advice from these tips on iPhone photography to ensure you are getting the best quality photos you can get with these handy little devices:

Tip #1 – Use the Phone as a Point-and-Shoot

The camera function of the iPhone was designed to have a functionality that is similar to that of a point-and-shoot camera. As such, try to use your iPhone camera the same way. It’s vital that you are holding the phone steadily using both hands in order to capture the photo clearly.

Tip #2 – Use Light Appropriately

When you are shooting a subject, make sure that the light is facing them, not you. Regardless if the light is natural from the sun, or artificial from a fluorescent lamp, it is essential that the camera is not facing the light, but rather the object you are shooting. In the evening, try to use the flash, especially in particularly dark settings.

Tip #3 – Avoid the Zoom

Although the iPhone camera is of high quality and super handy, it does not have the same functionality as a super expensive DSLR photography camera. Zooming in can take away from the detail and quality of a picture, so try to resist the temptation to zoom in using your iPhone.

Lisa @ Photography Toronto Studio – Quarum

10 Apps for the Perfect Day Out

Planning a fun day out with the family can provide plenty of opportunities for chaos. Thankfully there are also plenty of apps on hand to help you out, allowing you to spend more time on the fun stuff! Whether looking for help to find nearby attractions, something to do in the car on the drive, or a way to take memorable and lasting photos – there’s an app for that.

1) MapQuest 4 Mobile

For a free map app, this can’t be beat. Its user-friendly interfaces is simple and offer s a selection of the key points of interest – such as gas stations, restaurants, hotels, and more –at the bottom of the screen. Users can also find up-to-the-minute traffic info to avoid the worst spots easily.

2) Taxi Magic

Letting users book and track a taxi effortlessly and for free, this app also includes a fare estimate and tip calculator to make it easy to plan the cost from location to destination.

3) Menu Pages

A nice take on the restaurant search app, Menu Pages lets users search by location, features, or specific cuisine desired. Reviews available to give diners an idea of quality of food, service, value, and atmosphere before heading off to try it. Simple and clean interface, and free to download all make it a winner.

4) Family Car Games

$1.99 provides over 100 “no stuff needed” games that can be played in the car or anywhere on the go. It is nicely designed with children of all ages in mind, so games are appropriate for kids as young as preschool or enjoyable for teenagers. Using the radio, memory, and more, these games provide hours of entertainment while moving, or if stuck in traffic.

5) InstagramWith photo filters that can turn any photo into a treasure, this free app is making a huge splash in the world of digital photography. Users can alter photos taken with other software and easily upload them to share on social networks, or take a new photo and turn it into something special.

6) AutoStitch Panorama

For large group shots or pictures in widescreen bigger-than-life places, this $1.99 app will let a user stitch together from two to twenty individual smaller photos. The results can be manually cropped and once they are perfected, shared instantly to social networks.

7) Fast Burst Camera

This free app lets users take a burst of photos ranging from five to ten per second. This speed allows users to end up with perfect action shots, no matter how fast the action is going by. An extended version can be purchased for $3.76 as well – in case the action is going to last a while.

8) Graffiti Me!

For those looking for a unique picture app, this allows users to turn any picture into cool graffiti-style art. For only $.99 users can make their friends and family appear more urban and street-wise in seconds.

9) Weatherbug

With up-to-the-minute information about the weather in any area, this unique free app also includes details about wind direction and speed which can be useful for enjoying the outdoors. Forecasts are easy to read and give users information not only about what it feels like outside, but what it’s going to be like whenever and wherever they are interested in.

10) Go SkyWatch Planetarium

For those who love the outdoors, this $5.99 app will make any camping trip unbeatable. It provides information, up-close photos, animation, and more on constellations, stars, and other celestial bodies it is pointed at. For someone looking to turn a perfect day out into a perfect night out, this app can’t be beat.

This list of apps for the perfect day out was put together by the content team at Ladbrokes.

Mobile OS: Top 4 Most Popular

In recent times, there has been considerable increase in the number of mobile devices that people use – and with it the options for operating platforms for these devices have also increased. Our target here will be to let you know about some of the common operating systems which are nowadays used in mobile devices and their positive as well as negative features.

Android OS

Android is based on one of the Linux kernel’s modified versions and was purchased by Google from another company. Some of the main advantages of Android OS include being open source, quite powerful, with updates readily available, and a vast marketplace for apps. On the other hand, it has some limitations also: only a limited number of handsets support Android and there are some power management concerns which are yet to be sorted out.

Windows Mobile OS

Windows mobile OS is becoming popular gradually and many phones are coming out loaded with this OS. Some of the main features of this operating system are that is it stable, several programs are available on this OS, the new interface has considerably enhanced touch navigation, syncs well with Google mobile and many handsets are now in the market for this OS.  However, there are some points on which the OS is still lacking such as user friendliness of the interface and slow browser speed.

iPhone OS

iPhone OS is nowadays quite popular and runs on the iPhone, iTouch and the iPad. The good thing about this OS is that it is reliable, there are millions of apps available for download, it features an excellent interface as well as touch navigation, and works quickly and effortlessly when switching between apps. The few things that could really be improved are the prices (devices using the OS tend to be quite expensive) and also the fact the apps can be downloaded from limited places only.

Linux Mobile OS

Linux is an open source operating system the mobile OS has some features which have made it well known. First of all, Linux is free and thus several apps developed for this OS are also available for free; as it is open source, any one can work on developing it further as well as enhance its usability. There is plenty of online support available in different forums and user groups to help you out with your queries or any problems you face while using it. The downsides to Linux Mobile OS is the existence of many bugs in need of sorting out, and the somewhat challenging installation process.

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iPhone Games Can be Played With One Hand

  • Tiny Wing: The game is clean designed which makes users want to cross all the beautifull hills and accelerate into air.In the iphone games the bird uses hills as jumps and start flying.
  • Price of the iPhone game :$0.99 – Size of the iPhone game:10.2 MB - Language of the iPhone game: English -  Seller of the iPhone game: Andreas Illiger - Requirements for the iPhone game: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later
  • Shape Shift: The twist on the classic genre, players swap tiles of the same shape to match colors and clear the board. The mechanic is simple, but the strategy can take a lifetime to master! Try to eliminate all of the bombs in the action packed Classic Mode, or simply chill out and play endlessly in the peaceful Zen mode. Create mega-chains and unique combinations to gain tons of bonus points. Try to collect all the achievements or just relax and enjoy the beautiful effects. Shape Shift is addicting casual fun for gamers of any kind!
  • Price of the iPhone game :Free – Size of the iPhone game: 21.5 MB - Language of the iPhone game: English -  Seller of the iPhone game: Backflip Studios - Requirements for the iPhone game: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
  • Shibuya:Inspired by the bright lights and old-school arcades of Tokyo, Shibuya is an atmospheric, fast-paced, challenging, and deceptively simple puzzle game. Its addictive, original design pays tribute to the past but is only possible with modern touch-based interfaces. Players match colors by tapping blocks as they fall, planning chain reactions and massive groups of color for maximum points. An advanced stat tracking and achievement system steadily ramps up the difficulty and rewards intelligent play. Featured at PAX 2010 as one of the PAX 10 indie games.
  • Price of the iPhone game :$1.99 – Size of the iPhone game: 17.9 MB - Language of the iPhone game: English -  Seller of the iPhone game: Nevercenter Ltd. Co. - Requirements for the iPhone game: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
  • Strategery:Strategery is a fast-paced game of world domination, designed and built from top to bottom for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Play against the computer or your friends in an epic battle of strategy and risk.
  • Price of the iPhone game :$1.99 – Size of the iPhone game: 6.6 MB - Language of the iPhone game: English -  Seller of the iPhone game: Affogato LLC - Requirements for the iPhone game: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later
  • geoDefense:geoDefense is a Thinking Man’s Action Tower Defense.  Though the controls are familiar, the gameplay is decidedly different:   You have to develop a strategy and, at the same time, execute in real-time when things are moving fast.
  • Drop7:Area/Code’s first iPhone game, Drop7 takes the simple and addictive fun of a casual puzzle game and injects it with a unique logical twist to create the first digital smart drug.Drop numbered discs into the grid. Whenever the number on a disc matches the amount of discs in its row or column it disappears. Keep the board open to keep scoring, and survive as long as you can. Clear the board or set off huge chains for big bonus points.
  • Price of the iPhone game :$2.99 (Costliest of them all) – Size of the iPhone game: 9.5 MB - Language of the iPhone game: English -  Seller of the iPhone game: Zynga Inc.( Zynga bought this). - Requirements for the iPhone game: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later


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PhoneTap lets you record your outgoing phone calls

PhoneTap lets you record your outgoing phone calls, giving you a record library. Plays both parties a notice that the call is recorded at the start of each call.

Most Common iPhone Passcodes

The blogger Daniel Amitay published a list of 10 passwords commonly used on a sample of over 200 000 users. To collect these statistics, so “completely anonymous” says it, he inserted in his free iPhone App Security Camera Big Brother , widespread, a line of code that saves the password to those who used it.

1234 takes the cake

Unsurprisingly, the password “1234″ ranks first, followed by “0000″, two passwords already widespread. Most of these codes in the top 10 following a typical pattern: sometimes it is aligned with the 4-digit phone, like “2580″, or they will play on repetition, as “1212″. The most amazing thing to be analyzed is 5683 which is the key code used to write LOVE.

This top 10, says the developer, represents 15% of all users. Besides the years 1990-2000 are each in the top 50 and the years 1980-1989 in the top 100. What does this mean? In the event that the password used for this application is the same as that of the telephone, it would mean that a thief would have 1 chance in 7 of the release without any problem – and its success rate would be even greater s it knows the year of birth or marital status of the owner. Top 10 by frequency of use:

- 1234

- 0000

- 2580

- 1111

- 5555

- 5683

- 0852

- 2222

- 1212

- 1998


 

Apple exceeds Nokia with record profits

Apple has become the largest manufacturer of mobile phones in terms of value according to statistics provided by the firm Strategy Analytics.

Apple has announced a turnover of over 24.67 billion dollars, the company has exceeded 23.38 billion expected. An exceptional performance is due mainly to sales of iPhone, which generated profits of over $ 11.9 billion. Smartphones have sold 18.65 million units instead of the 16 million forecast. This is an increase of 113% of phones sold by the company Curpertino compared to the first three of 2010.

Nokia has sold over 108.5 million mobile phones that has unfortunately generated 9.4 billion revenue.

Apple reorganizes forums

Apple has kicked nine to its technical support forums, renamed ” Apple Support Communities “. Open to all, they can exchange experiences and advice when something is wrong with the hardware or software. Although several nationalities meet there, there are exchanges in English. And you can subscribe to RSS contextual son to follow the evolution of a discussion.

The topics have been rearranged so that their presentation and gateways between other similar exchanges. Conversations have adopted a presentation to iChat, some messages can be described with a system as Facebook (a button “I”) and the tools to participate are (slightly) more sophisticated. With the backing of a text editor with formatting options and the ability to attach a picture about it to better describe the problem (an icon is also provided for video, but it is disabled).

Most titles have been aligned, sometimes curiously, and the “Your stuff” … and other details on the iPad , the main column that contains the major categories for each hardware or software can be scrolled, the elevator does not appear in Mobile Safari … But there is still the IOS in the air with menus that look the same on the mobile OS.


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